Trigg County's girls swept the top eight spots in helping the high school team beat Logan County by 142 points.
Danielle Reddick won the female division with a score of 288 points, followed by Sloane Patterson (286), Emily Shipley (283), Ellen Shipley (280), Jennifer Hyde (278), Taylor Davis, Christi Wilson, and Brianna Messmer.
For the guys, Grady Cofield finished one point out of first place, taking second with 291 points. Timmy Blakeley finished third with 289 points, followed by Jordan Futrell (287) in fifth, Jeremy Alexander in sixth place, and Landon Sumner in eighth place.
In the middle school division, Trigg County had a score of 3,252, which was 101 points better than second place Lewisburg and third place Chandlers Middle.
Ryan McCloud won the middle school boys division with 284 points. Duncan Mangels finished third with 274 points, followed by Chance Lancaster in sixth place, Kendall Merrick in seventh, and Tyler Knight in 10th.
For the ladies, Shaye Patterson was second with a score of 284, six points behind the winner Marah Harris of Lewisburg Middle, who was also the overall girls winner.
Patsy Banister took third place with 278 points, followed by Kelsey Miller in fifth, Emily Holder in sixth, Lexie Hyde in seventh, and Shateanna Stewart in eighth place.
In the Elementary Division, Trigg County won with 3,137 points, followed by Adairville Elementary (3,006) in second and Lewisburg Elementary (2,989) in third place.
Kayla Bingham took second in the elementary girls division with a score of 265, followed by Alexa Agosto in fourth with 264, which was the same as Brooklyn Stevens in fifth place. Kaila Cunningham was sixth, Elizabeth Wagoner seventh, and Virginia Cundiff in eighth.
For the guys, Brent Jones finished second with a score of 270 points, which was 14 points off the lead. Devin Litchfield was sixth with 263 points, Brandon Schafer was eighth, followed by Austin Humphries in tenth place.
All three of Trigg County's teams advance to the state competition to be held March 17 in Louisville.