Holding the Cats to single digits in the second and third quarter, Trinity’s offense took advantage of the opportunities they had offensively to come away with a 67-55 win.
Junior Braden Wall helped Edmonson County get off to a scorching hot start in the first quarter, as he rattled off 11 points. He accounted for half of the Cats’ points, as they took a 22-15 lead into the second.
Wall and Edmonson County didn’t have the same luck in the second quarter, as the Raiders held Wall to two points and the team to nine points.
Taking advantage of the offensive slump for the Cats, Trinity exploded for 20 points as they held a 35-31 lead at halftime.
The Raiders picked up right where they left off in the third quarter, stifling Edmonson County’s offense once again. Staying consistent offensively, they took a 53-40 lead into the fourth.
The Cats came back alive in the fourth, but it was too little too late as Trinity matched their 14-point quarter to finish with a 67-55 win.
Junior Landon Huff led all scorers with 15 points on the night, while senior Bailey Wright had 14 points and junior Landon Smith had 11 points.
The win snaps a two-game losing skid for the Raiders, as they now sit at 5-7 overall going into a road matchup with Foundation Christian Academy on Monday at 7:30 p.m.