Leading the way were Abigail Torian and the speed relay teams.
Torian won the 100-meter dash in 12.10 seconds, trailed by Trigg’s Shelby Grubbs, who took second with a time of :12.70.
Torian and Grubbs teammed with Janada Acree and Kadijah Grubbs to win the 4x100-meter (:52.10) and 4x200-meter (1:48.80) relays.
Other Lady Wildcat finishes include the following:
100-meter dash: Monica Jones, eighth (:13.90);
100-meter hurdles: DiAsia Acree, fourth (:18.60);
High jump: Janada Acree, second (5 feet);
Long jump: Jones, eighth (13-05); Terri Blane, 18th (12-03); Cameo Bingham, 20th (11-07);
Triple jump: Torian, fifth (29 feet);
Shot put: Elizabeth Torian, fourth (27 feet); Marjorie Tyler, ninth (23-06).
The Lady Wildcats finished the meet with 64 points, trailing the host Lady Marshals (79.5) and leading third-place Calloway County (61).
Sean Beebe had the Wildcats’ strongest finish of the day, taking second in the long jump (19-09.75). Ryan Acree finished third in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of :16.90.
Other Wildcat finishes are as follows:
100-meter dash: Roderick ware, 37th (:14.50);
1600-meter run: Jay Jolly, seventh (5:25.30);
4x200-meter relay: 11th, :54.20;
4x800-meter relay: fifth, 9:37.50;
Long jump: Ryan Briggs, 10th (17-07);
Shot put: Timmy McGee, 15th (35-01); Michael Parker, 25th (32-02);
Discus: Jayven Grubbs, seventh (106-06); Akeem Wilson, 17th (86-01); Alonzo Lewis, 29th (59-10).
The Wildcats finished in the middle of the pack with 22 points. Ballard Memorial scored 83.66 points to win, trailed by Murray (69.5) and Marshall County (66.33).
Trigg was scheduled to return to action Tuesday at Hopkinsville. Results were unavailable at press time. The next upcoming event is set for Thursday at Caldwell County.