Here are the results --
In the girls' race, Lynese Byers finished in third place out of 34 runners in the Class A division with a time of 20:25 over the 3.1-mile course. Danville's Kaitlin Snapp won the race in a time of 19:26. Also for Trigg County, Rachel Cronin was 32nd in a time of 29:10.
In the boys' varsity race, Jay Jolly was 22nd in a time of 19:07. Zeke Wright finished in 33rd in a time of 20:39, and Grady Cofield was 53rd in a time of 25:00. St. Henry won the team title with 20 points.
In the middle school girls' race, Monica Jones finished 233rd in a time of 19:30 over the 2.4-mile course. Caitlin Beyea of North Oldham Middle bested 320 other runners to win the race in a time of 15:08.
In the middle school boys' race, Romaine Cunningham finished 22nd out of 398 runners with a time of 14:15 over the 2.4-mile course. James Brown of Bell County felt good enough to win the race in a time of 13:01. Other Trigg runners were Jakelzie Martin in 120th (15:44), Raymond Cronin in 310th (17:43), Landon Sumner in 339th (18:28), Kyle Rivera in 353rd (18:53), Matthew Brokering in 389th (22:00), and Hunter Allen in 390th (22:02). As a team, Trigg County finished 39th out of 50 middle school teams.
In the elementary school division, Alex Olin finished 23rd in the girls' race with a time of 13:13 over the 1.8-mile course, while Macey King was 62nd in 13:48. Trevor Prieskorn of Bowling Green Middle won the race in 11:56 as there were 315 runners in the race.
In the elementary boys' race, Brien Dossett led the way for Trigg County with an 84th place finish in a time of 12:50, followed by Jayven Jones in 88th (12:52), Ethan Dossett 99th (13:02), Debo Mayes 134th (13:24), Corbin Estes 163rd (13:42), Tyler Estes 186th (13:54), and Adam Calhoun was 282nd in a time of 15:06. Chase Geary of Muhlenberg North beat 352 other runners to win the race in 11:13.
As a team, Trigg County finished 15th out of 45 teams.
Trigg County will prepare this week for the Region I Meet in Paducah.