Trigg County qualified two runners for the state cross country meet following their performances at the Class 2A, Region I meet Saturday in Russellville.
Lynease Byers finished second, some 33 seconds behind Paducah Tilghman's Aleja Grant, to make a return trip to Lexington. Alex Olin finished in 21st place (25:06), followed by Hannah Barnett in 39th (31:34).
Union County won the team title ahead of Webster County. Hopkinsville finished fifth and qualified two runners for the state meet -- Aunye Christian, who finished 10th and Frankie Mullen, who was 12th.
For the guys, Romaine Cunningham took fifth place to qualify for the state meet. Matt Savage finished 38th, Garrett Brown 43rd, Debo Mayes 48th, Jakelzie Martin 52nd, J.B. Hendricks 53rd, and Jake Mitchell 57th.
Webster County won the team title, while Hopkinsville finished sixth, and Trigg County was seventh.
For Hopkinsville, Kenny Longstreath finished 14th, and Irell Patterson was 15th to both qualify for the state meet.
In Class 1A, Dawson Springs' Amber Genseal won the girls' race to help the Lady Panthers finish second and qualify for the state meet. St. Mary won the team title, and Fort Campbell finished third. Ashley Gibson led Fort Campbell with a third place finish, and Alli Lever was sixth.
For the guys, St. Mary's James Maglasang won the region meet by more than a minute over Fort Campbell's Bryan Beeler. St. Mary won the team title, while Fort Campbell was second.
Colton Chappel of Dawson Springs finished fourth and qualified for the state meet.
In the Class 3A Region I Meet at Marshall County, Christian County qualified a pair of runners for the state meet. Sean Hird finished fourth, while Danny Johnson took 22nd. They helped the Colonels to a sixth place finish.
In the girls race, Christian County's Emily Holmes qualified for the state meet with a 20th place finish.
The state cross country meet will be run Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.