Trigg County swept a triangular cross country match with Caldwell County and Hopkinsville today in Princeton.
Trigg County had a perfect score in the girls' race as Lynease Byers won the race in a time of 25:50. Alex Olin was second in 26:42, followed by DiAsia Acree in third (29:14), Macey King in fourth (30:48), and Monica Jones was fifth in 30:49.
In the boys race, Trigg won with 23 points while Hopkinsville was second with 41 points.
Romaine Cunningham won the race in a time of 21:29. Jay Jolly was second in 21:31, while Depaul Hendrix was fifth in 25:50. Brien Dossett was seventh in 25:55, and Jayven Jones was eighth in 27:14.
In the middle school race, Ethan Dossett won the boys race, just ahead of Reagan Hyde in second place.
Kelcy Desrochers won the middle school girls race.
Trigg County will host Dawson Springs next Tuesday at the airport course.
For Hopkinsville, Paige Stallons finished fourth in the middle school girls race.
In the boys' race, Ryan Crossett was third in 24:39, followed by Carnell Croney in fourth place in 24:39. Jimmy Talbert finished 12th, followed by James Quinn in 14th, and Will May in 15th.
In the girls race, Paiton Kemp led Hoptown with a sixth place finish in 33:56, followed by Shikeya Miller (34:56) in 7th; Heidi Ramirez (35:50) in eighth; Natalie Majors (37:01) in 9th; and Leiandra Killebrew in 10th in 40:46.