The boys’ 400-yard freestyle relay team took first place at the meet, which was Trigg’s second since beginning the program this fall.
The boys’ 200-yard freestyle relay team and the 200-yard medley relay team also had strong showings, finishing fourth.
In the individual events, Tony Bryant took second place in the 100-yard freestyle and seventh place in the 50-yard freestyle.
Corey Harrison finished second in the 200-meter individual medley and was fourth in the 100-yard breaststroke.
Trigg County’s other top-five finishes came from Robert Gibson (fifth in the 100-yard freestyle) and John Reinick (fifth in the 100-yard breaststroke).
Other swimmers who placed for the Wildcats were Ben Choate, who was eighth in the 100-yard backstroke; Chris Jenkins, who was 11th in the 50-yard freestyle; and Garrett Clark, who took 14th in the 50-yard freestyle.
Over on the girls’ side, Trigg County took ninth place overall, with the 400-yard freestyle relay team recording the top finish of the day in third place.
Both the 200-yard medley relay and 200-yard freestyle relay teams finished ninth.
Individually, Ashton Fuller had Trigg County’s best finish of the day, coming in ninth place in the 200-yard freestyle.
Fuller also finished 13th in the 50-yard freestyle event.
Other swimmers who placed for Trigg County were Sarah Woodall (12th in the 200-yard individual medley and 18th in the 100-yard backstroke); Ashley Wiegand (10th place in the 50-yard freestyle and 11th place in the 100-yard backstroke); Emaly Birdsong (10th place in the 100-yard backstroke); Courtney Harrison (17th in the 50-yard freestyle); and Codie Flood (19th in the 100-yard backstroke).