Trigg County didn't fare as well as they had hoped over the weekend at the Class A State Track and Field Meet in Lexington.
The Wildcats finished tied for 23rd with just seven points, while the Lady Wildcats were 13th with 17 points.
No surprise that the northern Kentucky private schools swept both sides of the state meet. St. Henry won the girls' side going away with 90 points compared to second place Bishop Brossart with 70 points.
Brossart returned the favor in the guys' meet, winning with 93 points to 73 for second place St. Henry. Fort Campbell finished fifth with 44 points.
Sophomore Abigail Torian finished second in the 100-meter dash in a time of 12.64 seconds.
Laquisha Boyd was sixth in the shot put at 29-feet, 9-inches.
Janada Acree was 10th in the high jump (4 ft.-6 in.) and 12th in the 400-meter run in a time of 1:06.
Melanie Want took ninth in the long jump with a distance of 15-1.
The 800-meter relay team of Acree, Melanie Want, Amanda Lawrence, and Torian finished sixth in a time of 1:50.59.
The 1600-meter relay team of Acree, Lawrence, Amanda Want, and Sarah Woodall also finished sixth in a time of 4:22.
For the guys, Scott Mayes was sixth in the 100-meter dash in a time of 11.52 seconds.
Xavier Brison failed to qualify in the 110-meter hurdles, finishing 12th in 17.37 seconds.
Robert Sholar missed qualifying for the finals of the 300-meter hurdles by .08 seconds. He finished ninth in 44.18.
Trigg's 400-meter relay team of Mayes, Brandon Bridges, Jalik Alexander, and Dhayna Cavanaugh took fifth in a time of 45.66.
The 800-meter relay team had a time fast enough to qualify for the finals but was disqualified for a handoff outside the zone.
The 1600-meter relay team also failed to qualify with a 10th place finish.
In the shot put, Ben Koenig finished 14th with a distance of 38-feet, six inches.