Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - Updated: 2:05 AM
Savion Radford collected four hits in five at bats, as the Trigg County Wildcats defeated Todd County Central 13-6 on Saturday. Radford doubled in the first, doubled in the second, doubled in the fourth and singled in the sixth.
The 'Cats grabbed an early lead, and scored on a groundout by Will Allen in the first inning, a single by Nick Ahart in the second inning, and a double by Savion Radford in the second inning.
The Wildcats scored eight runs in the sixth inning. The big inning was driven by a error, a single by Justen Wease, a single by Benson Stallons, a single by Radford, a double by Riley Stallons and a double by Allen.
Weslee Choate earned the win for on the mound. He pitched seven innings, allowing six runs, eight hits, striking out seven and walking one. Clayte Weathers took the loss for Todd County Central. He tossed two innings, allowing three runs, six hits, striking out one and walking zero.
The Wildcats had 18 hits in the game. Radford, Wease, Allen, Jake Terrell, Stallons, and Stallons each collected multiple hits for the Wildcats.
Todd County Central collected eight hits. Dylan Hurt and Nick Tutor each collected multiple hits for Todd County Central.
Wildcats fall short to Madisonville North Hopkins
Despite a four-run deficit in the third inning, the Trigg County Wildcats almost came all the way back, eventually falling 7-6 to Madisonville North Hopkins on Friday. Trigg County Wildcats Varsity scored six runs in the failed comeback on a double by Benson Stallons in the fourth, a single by Justen Wease in the fourth, a single in the fourth by Nick Ahart in the fourth, a single by Will Allen in the seventh, and a groundout by Darrin Brown in the seventh.
The Wildcats were right in it until North Hopkins singled in the fifth inning.
North Hopkins took an early lead in the first inning. An error scored one run for the Maroons.
In the top of the fourth inning, the 'Cats tied things up at four. Nick Ahart's sac fly scored one run for the team.
The Wildcats scored four runs in the fourth inning. The Wildcats' big inning was driven by a double by Benson Stallons, a single by Justen Wease and a single.
Alex Gray earned the win for Madisonville North Hopkins. He tossed three innings, allowing two runs, three hits, striking out two and walking one. Ashton Plymale took the loss on the mound. He pitched four innings, surrendering six runs, ten hits, striking out two and walking zero.
Jacob Joseph started the game for North Hopkins. He tossed four innings, allowing four runs, five hits and striking out three.
The Wildcats had eight hits in the game. Allen and Stallons each collected multiple hits for the team. Allen, Wease, Darrin Brown, Stallons and Ahart each drove in one run to lead the team.
North Hopkins collected 12 hits. Cole Lawrence, Justin Hallum and Jon Hogart each collected multiple hits for North Hopkins.
Wildcats fall to Graves County
The Trigg County Wildcats stayed in it until the end, but Graves County pulled away late in an 11-6 victory on Thursday. Graves County trailed 6-5 in the top of the seventh inning when Zach Barnett singled off of Justen Wease, driving in two runs.
Despite the loss, the Wildcats did collect nine hits in the high-scoring affair. Graves County had 17 hits on the way to victory.
Graves County captured the lead in the first inning. Graves County scored two runs when Levi Nesler doubled with one out in the first inning.
The Wildcats scored four runs in the fifth inning; scores came on a groundout by Darrin Brown and a home run by Drake Oliver.
Lane Howell earned the win for Graves County. He tossed two and two-thirds innings, allowing one run, three hits, striking out three and walking one. Savion Radford took the loss on the mound. He pitched one inning, allowing two runs and zero hits.
Jordyn Narranjo started the game for Graves County. He threw four and a third innings, giving up five runs, six hits and striking out six. Jake Terrell started the game for the Wildcats. He pitched five innings, surrendering five runs, 12 hits, striking out five and walking one.
Brown and Riley Stallons each collected multiple hits for the Wildcats. Stallons and Brown each collected two hits to lead Trigg County Wildcats Varsity.
Drew Cooper, Brandon Richards, Clint Williams, Howell, Ryan Overby and Nesler each collected multiple hits for Graves County.
Information provided by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media.