The Trigg County Wildcats defeated the Ballard Memorial Bombers on Friday, Sept. 7 in their homecoming game for the season.

After a tough loss to Crittenden County the week before, the Wildcats seemed determined to come out and win when they entered the field on Friday night.

With three touchdowns in the first half of the game, the Wildcats had the momentum to take them through the second half. Jakobe Bridges made major plays for the team, intercepting two passes from Ballard to score for the Wildcats in the first half.

Head Coach Colby Lewis spoke about the change in attitude in his team from last week. “Most important is attitude and effort and we had it this week.� Lewis talked about how proud he was of the team for coming off of a tough loss and powering through this week.

The Wildcats came out on top with 49 to the Bomber’s 13 points for the game. This puts the Wildcats at 2-2 for the season.

The Wildcats head to Russellville to take on the Panthers next week.

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