Trigg County's Lynease Byers qualified for the state cross country meet after finishing seventh at the Class 2A, Region I Meet Saturday at Webster County. Byers was the only Trigg County runner to qualify for the state meet.
Hopkinsville's Aunye Christian won the meet with a time of 20:40 over the 3.1-mile course. Ashley Baker finished eighth, Frankie Mullen ninth. Rebekah Talbert finished 18th for Hoptown, followed by Caroline Pinson in 22nd; and Sarah Pinson in 39th.
Kameo Bingham was the only other runner for Trigg County, finishing 43rd.
For the guys, Ethan Dossett was Trigg's top runner with a 33rd place finish. J.B. Hendricks finished 40th; Garrett Brown 42nd; Regan Hyde 45th; Landon Sumner 51st; and Sebastian Skinner 52nd.
Hopkinsville finished third and qualified for the state meet as a team. Leading the way for the Tigers were Kenny Longstreath in 8th place and James Northcutt in 13th place.
In Class 3A, Christian County's Sean Hurd took third place in the Region I Meet and qualified for the state meet along with teammate Jeff Binienda, who finished in 10th place.
In the girls' race, Katie Manzanares was Christian County's top runner with a 44th place finish.
In the Class A meet, Fort Campbell edged Murray to win the girls title. Seventh grader Katie Lever won the race, while sister Alli Lever was third. Hannah Densmore finished fourth for Dawson Springs.
Fort Campbell took third place in the boys race and will qualify for the state meet. Levi Gibson took third place for Fort Campbell, while Brandon Blair was 13th. Colton Chappel led Dawson Springs with a fourth place finish.