Lynease Byers (right) took second place in the girls' varsity race, finishing the 3.1 mile course in 20:23, which was 14 seconds behind the race winner Elizabeth Beach of Graves County. Beach became the first runner to repeat as invitational winner since Caldwell County's Miranda Meeks in 2004.
Macey King finished 20th in 23:37, followed by Rachel Cronin in 45th (28:04), and Monica Jones was 48th in 28:39.
Graves County easily won the girls team title for the fifth straight year with 29 points. St. Mary was second with 92 points followed by Calloway County (100), Clarksville Northwest (103), and Fort Campbell (103).
Christian County's Shawn Hurd pulled away from Fort Campbell's Thomas Wilson over the final mile to win the boys' varsity race in a time of 17:06 over the 3.1 mile course. Wilson finished ten seconds behind in second place. Hurd is the first Christian County runner to win the Trigg invitational since Dwight Bailey in 2004.
Jay Jolly (left) was Trigg County's top runner with a 17th place finish in a time of 18:53. Jonathon King was 33rd in 19:33, followed by Zeke Wright in 35th (19:35), Jakelzie Martin in 40th (19:53), and Jayven Jones in 65th (21:52).
Calloway County won the boys race for the second time in three years with 43 points. Northwest was second with 47 points, followed by St. Mary (135), Fort Campbell (141), Carlisle County (168), Trigg County in sixth (190), and Christian County (210).
Trigg County's Romaine Cunningham (right) finished second in the middle school boys' race in a time of 16:21 over the 2.4 mile course. Christian County's Daniel Johnson won the race in a time of 15:54.
Brian Dossett was Trigg County's second runner across the line in 10th place with a time of 18:46, followed by Raymond Cronin in 12th (18:57), Debo Mayes in 13th (19:06), Corbin Estes in 16th (19:14), Ethan Dossett in 17th (19:18), Landon Sumner in 20th (19:52), Adam Calhoun in 32nd (22:55), Austin Hendricks in 40th (24:49), Matthew Brokering in 41st (24:22), Hunter Allen in 46th (25:53), and Kyle Rivera in 51st (26:57).
Christian County won the middle school race with 36 points, followed by Graves County in second with 43 points, and Trigg in third with 53 points.
Graves County won the middle school girls division with 30 points, followed by Dawson Springs (37), and Christian County (137).
There were 233 runners in this year's race, which was just 10 fewer than last year.