There might be just two games remaining in the regular season for both clubs, but there is so much more soccer to be played for the Caldwell County Tigers (4-9-1) and Lady Tigers (10-5-2), and much more of it to come at Butler Stadium early next week.

Caldwell County is set to host the 7th District Tournament for both the boys and girls next Monday and Tuesday (Oct. 7-8) in Princeton, with the girls' game starting first at 5:30 p.m. and the boys game to follow at 7:30 p.m.

The Lady Tigers will face Hopkins County Central at 5:30 p.m. next Monday in the first of a District 5 semifinal doubleheader, followed by the Caldwell County Tigers and the Hopkins County Central Storm at 7:30 p.m. Monday evening.

Both Caldwell County teams will be playing for a spot in the Region 2 Tournament in mid-Oct. and a trip to Tuesday night's District 5 Championship games against No. 2 seed Madisonville-North Hopkins.

The Maroons and Lady Maroons locked up the No. 1 seeds respectively, and will have a first-round bye on Monday, Oct. 7, as they automatically advanced to a Tuesday, Oct. 8, title game.

Caldwell County's Lady Tigers defeated Hopkins County Central 3-1 back on Sept. 17 in Princeton, while the Tigers triumphed over Hopkins County Central 2-1 in an instant classic that took Penalty Kicks to win on the same night.

Madisonville North Hopkins is undefeated in District 7 play this season.

Caldwell County hosts their final double-header of the regular season on Tuesday against Paducah Tilghman at Butler Stadium, before the Tigers head to Russellville and the Lady Tigers travel to Calloway County in Thursday night's season finale.