Trigg County 61, Webster County 30

The Trigg County Wildcats snapped their three-game losing streak in a big way Friday after they dismantled Webster County 61-30 in Dixon.

Wildcat senior Cade Bleidt had the first and last touchdown of the night for Trigg County as he finished with four scores in the victory.

Bleidt had two touchdowns runs of five yards, along with a one-yard score and a 20-yard run to close out the Wildcat scoring.

Cam Jordan also had a rushing touchdown in the win as he threw for three scores.

Tayshaun Barker also had a big play when he started the second half with a 70-yard kick return for a touchdown.

The Wildcats (5-3) play at 7 p.m. Friday at home against Union County as TCHS plays at home for the final two weeks of the season.

McLean County 46, Todd County Central 20

The Todd County Central Rebels cruised by Butler County a week ago for their first district win of the season but the Rebs couldn't continue their strong play as they fell to McLean County 46-20.

Bryce Nolan found JaTwan Graham for the first score of the game but that would be the only lead the Rebels would have Friday.

The Cougars then went on a run and never let up as they grabbed their fourth win of the season.

Todd County Central (6-3) heads into its open week as they head to Crittenden County for its final regular-season game on Nov. 1.

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