Here are some of the results from the Christian County Cross Country Invitational Saturday in Hopkinsville.
In the Boys' Varsity race, Christian County's Sean Hurd easily won the race by 46 seconds over Webster County's Jon Ashby.
Christian County's Jeff Binienda finished sixth, and Logan Hurd was 19th.
Trigg County's Romaine Cunningham finished 11th in 17:51. Brien Dossett was 84th, Clark Adams 88th, and Garrett Brown 110th.
Levi Gibson paced Fort Campbell with a ninth place finish.
Hopkinsville was led by Kenny Longstreath's 20th place finish. James Northcutt was 28th.
Webster County edged Muhlenberg County to win the team title. Christian County was third, and Marshall County fourth. Hopkinsville was 11th, and Fort Campbell finished 13th out of 18th.
In the Girls' Varsity race, Muhlenberg County's Lindsey Mathis won the race in a time of 19:53.
Hopkinsville's Aunye Christian finished fourth in 20:24, while Fort Campbell's Katie Lever was sixth.
Hoptown's Frankie Mullen was 15th, and Ashley Baker was 30th.
Alli Lever took 17th for Fort Campbell, and Belinda Young was 50th.
Megan Powell was Christian County's top runner in 56th place.
Kameo Bingham was Trigg County's only runner in 92nd place.
Muhlenberg County won the team title ahead of Graves County. Hopkinsville finished fifth, Fort Campbell sixth, and Dawson Springs was seventh out of 12 schools.
In the Elementary Girls race, Christian County's Kaylea Johnson won the one-mile race in 7:23, while Trigg County's Emma Ray Staples was second in 7:45.
Trigg's Anna Morgan was eighth, followed by Elizabeth Redd in ninth, second grader Phelan Dossett in 12th, Hannah Colbert in 18th, and Carlee Adams in 27th.
Meghan Adams was seventh for Christian County, and Julie Stagner was 14th.
In the boys' race, Christian County's Logan Scott won in a time of 6:30.
Stuart Boyd led Trigg County in second place, followed by Daniel Martin in third, Caleb Martin was fourth, Alex Skinner was 11th, and Kyle Bleidt was 16th.
Trigg County's teams won both the elementary girls and boys races.
In the middle school girls' race, Christian County's Rachael Snyder finished second behind Graves County's Sydney Anderson.
KeKe McGregory finished 10th for Christian County. Trigg's top runner was Kayla Bingham in 24th.
In the boys' middle school race, Trigg County's Ethan Dossett finished fifth, with Regan Hyde taking 19th, Sebastian Skinner 31st, and J.B. Hendricks in 37th.
Eric Powell was Christian County's top runner in 12th place.