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Trigg County Blitzes Marshall County 42-21



Brandon Wilson and Tyreke Wilson each accounted for three touchdowns as Trigg County beat Marshall County 42-21 Friday night at Perdue Field.

Tyreke completed 14-of-34 passes for 247 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 58 yards on 13 carries.

Brandon Wilson had touchdown catches of 44 and 14 yards and returned an interception 25 yards for a score.

After Marshall County scored on the first drive of the game, Trigg County responded with 27 straight points to lead 27-7 at halftime.

Skylar Pool had a touchdown run of two yards, and Colton Livingston later added a 13-yard run.

Brandon Wilson had TD catches of 14 and 44 yards, and Deteveon Day added a 27-yard TD catch.

Wilson capped off the scoring with a 25-yard interception return in the fourth quarter.

Trigg County outgained Marshall County 403-274 and had 24 first downs in the contest.

Marshals’ quarterback Lane Roberts was 16-of-29 for 214 yards and three touchdowns.  He was also picked off four times.

Jared Robinson had eight catches for 143 yards and two touchdowns for the Marshals.

Head coach Coby Lewis talked about the Wildcat win:
 
 
 
Trigg County (1-1) will host Hancock County Friday in the second game of the Kentucky Machine and Engineering David Sadler Bowl at Perdue Field.  The Hornets (1-1) beat Ohio County 43-0 on Friday.

The first game of the bowl night pits Calloway County (0-1) against Hopkinsville (0-1) at 5:30pm.  Both games of the David Sadler Bowl will be broadcast on WKDZ 106.5 FM and online at wkdzradio.com.

WKDZ PLAYER OF THE GAME: Senior Brandon Wilson had four catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns; 16 yards rushing; and a 25-yard interception return for a score.

EXTRA POINTS: The win over Marshall County is the second straight for Trigg County, something they haven’t accomplished since 1975-76….Marshall County leads the all-time series 7-6….Trigg County ran 75 plays in the game – 41 rushing, 35 passing – the most since running 71 plays vs. Fort Campbell in 2012…Tyreke Wilson accounted for 305 yards of total offense (247 passing, 58 rushing), the most since Jayven Jones had 309 vs. Hopkinsville last year…Trigg County is 14-6 all-time vs. teams from Marshall County…Six different Wildcats caught passes.

 
 

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