Ellison kicker Cayden Triggs

Ellison kicker Cayden Triggs kicks during an Aug. 24 scrimmage against Marshall. Triggs was perfect Friday, making a field goal and three extra points in a 30-20 win over rival Killeen.

Most of the time the Eagles scored this year, they went for a 2-point conversion, but Friday night was a different story.

Ellison senior kicker Cayden Triggs worked all season to earn head coach Todd Wright’s trust in his leg and it all paid off in probably the most important game of Triggs’ life — the rivalry game against Killeen, which the Eagles won 30-20.

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