Trigg County had a good showing at the Christian County Invitational last Saturday in Hopkinsville. I apologize for the delay in getting the results posted, but I had to search for the results on the net.
In the boys' varsity race, Jay Jolly finished 69th out of 182 runners with a time of 19:30 over the 3.1-mile course. Owensboro Catholic's Willie Polio won the race in 16:47.
Jakelzie Martin finished 147th for Trigg County in a time of 22:27, followed by Grady Cofield in 152nd (22:59); and Landon Sumner in 171st (25:23).
In the girls' varsity race, Shakandace Malone led the Trigg runners with a 40th place finish in 22:45, which was 2:30 behind race winner Suzanne Holt of Muhlenberg South.
Macey King finished 100th in a time of 25:25, followed by Rachel Cronin in 156th (31:15) and Katelyn Sabero in 158th (31:20).
In the boys' middle school race, Romaine Cunningham was unable to defend his race title won last year, finishing fifth in a time of 17:29 over the 2.5-mile course. Justin House of Burns Middle School won the race in 15:46.
Hunter Allen finished 73rd for Trigg County in a time of 27:46, while Eric Huff was 74th in a time of 28:38.
Alex Olin came in sixth (11:59) for Trigg County in the girls' elementary race, while Alex Carr was 16th in a time of 13:12, and X'Zashea Mayes was 18th in a time of 13:18 over the 2.4-mile course.
In the elementary boys' race, Jayven Jones was eighth in 11:37, followed by Corbin Estes in 23rd (12:23); Caleb McIntosh in 43rd (13:44); and Duncan Mangels in 49th (15:03).
Trigg County will compete in the Meet of Champions Saturday at Masterson Station Park in Lexington -- the final regular season meet before next week's region meet in Murray.