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2019 KHSAA Class A Track & Field State Championship

Trimble Co. and Carroll Co. results

Event by event results of 2019 KHSAA Class A State Track & Field Championships

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles High School:

18th Lily Young- Carroll County  18.64

 

Girls 100 Meter Dash High School:

21st Shawna McAlister- Carroll County 13.81

 

Boys 100 Meter Dash High School:

STATE CHAMPION: Ryan Long- Trimble County  11.02

 

Girls 1600 Meter Run High School:

 

7th Eliza Weston- Trimble County 5:33.86

 

Boys 1600 Meter Run High School:

 

15th Alex Seward- Trimble County 4:52.05

 

Girls 400 Meter Dash High School:

 

12th Eliza Weston- Trimble County 1:04.66

 

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles High School:

 

21st Makayla Abbott- Trimble County 55.63

 

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles High School:

 

5th Evan Stevens- Trimble County  43.23

 

Boys 200 Meter Dash High School:

 

2nd Ryan Long- Trimble County 22.55

 

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay High School:

 

21st Trimble County  4:45.00                        
     1) Makayla Abbott         2) Emma Horn                           
     3) Danielle Craig         4) Eliza Weston 

 

Boys 4x400 Meter Relay High School:

 

15th Trimble County  3:43.80                   
     1) Ryan Long              2) Jace Ogburn                    
     3) Matthew Craig          4) Tate Ogburn

 

Girls Discus Throw High School:

 

24th Kaci Huff- Trimble County  78-02   23.82m

 

Boys High Jump High School:

 

2nd Joshua Wille- Carroll County  6-04.00  1.93m

 

Boys Pole Vault High School:

 

19th Alex Seward- Trimble County  9-00.00  2.74m

 

Trimble Co. girls finish tied for 38th

Trimble Co. boys finish 13th and Carroll Co. finishes tied for 24th

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