Trigg Middle track team second at Marshall
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The Trigg County Midcat boys and girls track teams finished second at the Marshall County middle school track meet.

The Midcat boys had a clean sweep in the boys 200m dash as Jordan Davis (26.30) finished first, Deonquez Nance (26.60) second and Austin Durham (27.50) got third.

Khadijah Grubbs (28.70) also brought home first place for the Lady Midcats in the 200m dash, Diasia Acree (30.80) finished fourth.

In the 100m dash Jordan Davis (12.20) finished second for the midcats as Khadijah Grubbs (13.40) got second for the Lady Midcats.

The Midcats finished first in the 4x200m relay with Jordan Davis, Deonquez Nance, Travis Derosher and Michael McGee (1:43).

The Lady Midcats also finished first in the 4x200m relays with Khadijah Grubb, Monica Jones, Diasia Acree, and Leonzerrae Grubbs (1:59).

The Midcat boys finished second in the 4x100m relays with Austin Durham, Jordan Davis, Michael McGee, and Deonquez Nance (according to the middle school record books, the 50.10 in the 4x100m relays was a middle school record).

In the 4x400m relays The Lady Midcats took home first place with Danielle Adams, Diasia Acree, Monica Jones, and Khadijah Grubbs (5:07), and the boys took second place with Deonquez Nance, Garett Brown, Austin Durham, and Jordan Davis (4:28).

Garrett Brown, Primal Patel, Keshawn Davis and Travis Derosher (11:34) finished 4th in the 4x800m relays.

Diasia Acree (18.01) also finished in first place for our Lady Midcats in the 100m hurdles, Monica Jones (11ft9in) placed third in the long jump.

Michial McGee (16ft9in) took first in the boys long jump and Gary Barker (33ft4in) got 4th in the shot put.

Teams competing at the meet were Paducah, Marshall, Mayfield, Fort Campbell, Heath, Ballard Memorial, Fulton County and Muhlenberg South.

(Information for this staff report was submitted by middle school track coach Rodney Davis.)
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