Trigg County's Abigail Torian swept the sprint events and helped Trigg County to a fourth place finish at the Kentucky Class A State Track and Field Championships at Owlsey Frazier Cardinal Park on the campus of the University of Louisville.
The Trigg junior won the 100-meter dash in a time of 12.77, which was nearly a quarter-second faster than Fulton County's Sharika Smith.
Torian won the 200-meter dash in a time of 25.89, which was nearly 1.5 seconds faster than her time in the prelims. Fulton County's Sharika Smith, who had won four straight state titles in the 200 meters, finished third.
Shelby Grubbs was sixth in the 200 meters in 27.33.
Trigg's girls also swept the sprint relay events and tied a school record in the process.
The 400-meter relay team of Janada Acree, Khadijah Grubbs, Abigail Torian, and Shelby Grubbs tied the state record of 50.16 in the preliminary round. The state record was held by the 2002 relay team from Trigg County.
In the finals, Trigg ran a 50.43 and finished more than a second ahead of the team from Bardstown.
The 800-meter relay team of Janada Acree, Khadijah Grubbs, Abigail Torian, and Shelby Grubbs finished first in a time of 1:45.30, which was a full second ahead of second place Bishop Brossart.
Janada Acree finished third in the high jump with a height of 5-feet, 2-inches, just two inches behind the winner, Catherine Claywell of Murray.
The 3200-meter relay team of Amanda Lawrence, Diasia Acree, Ellie Jolly, and Lenease Byers finished 14th in a time of 11:04.67.
As a team, Trigg County finished fourth with 49 points. St. Henry (98) won their fourth consecutive Class A state title, with Newport Central Catholic (89) second, and Danville (58) third. Fort Campbell, who beat Trigg County for the region title, finished 11th.
On the boys' side, the 800-meter relay team of Scotty Mayes, Dustin White, Brandon Bridges, and Jalik Alexander took first place in a time of 1:31.68, beating the relay team from Fort Campbell by nearly three-quarters of a second.
The 400-meter relay team was disqualified in the preliminaries.
Scotty Mayes finished fourth in the 100-meter dash in a time of 11.66 seconds. Somerset's John Cole won in a time of 11.30.
Mayes also finished sixth in the long jump with a distance of 20-feet, 4-inches. Lyon County's Timmy Perdue was fourth at 20-feet, 10-inches.
Ryan Acree finished 10th in the 110-meter hurdles in a time of 17.50, just missing qualifying for the finals by six-tenths of a second.
Jalik Alexander finished 14th 400-meter run in 56.39, and was disqualified for a lane violation in the 200-meter dash after running the sixth fastest time in Friday's preliminaries.
Dustin White finished 10th in the triple jump with a distance of 40-feet, 7-inches.
Javin Grubbs finished 11th in the discus throw with a toss of 109-feet, 8-inches.
Trigg County finished in 14th place with 18 points. Ballard Memorial, who won their first-ever Region I title last week, finished second with 59 points. Bardstown (119) crusied to their fourth consecutive Class A state title.
Trigg County moves up to Class 2A in track and field next year and will be competing against one of the state's top programs in Paducah Tilghman. The Tilghman boys' team won their eighth straight Class 2A title last year, while the Tilghman girls' saw their streak of seven straight state titles come to an end.