Hopkinsville, Fort Campbell, Trigg County and Christian County cross country competed in the McCracken County Invitational Saturday in Paducah.
In the boys’ 5,000-meter run, Hopkinsville’s Blake Denkler recorded the fastest time for the Tigers with a 18:16.5 as he took 26th place. Max DuBois ran a 20:17.6 for Hoptown.
Fort Campbell’s Gabe Gamez ran a 18:37.8 for the fastest time by a Falcon, finishing in 31st place.
Trigg County’s Apollo Black Bear-Francis finished with a time of 18:52.3 to lead the Wildcats, placing 35th, while his teammate Austin Cavanaugh came in 41st place with a time of 19:09.6.
Nicholas Sanderson ran a 20:01.3 for Christian County’s fastest time, coming in 52nd place while his Colonel teammate Ethan Dooley finished with a time of 20:02.1.
As a team, Trigg County finished in seventh place with a total average time of 19:36.36.
Hopkinsville took ninth place with a time of 19:30.82.
Christian County recorded a time of 20:25.38 while Fort Campbell finished with a time of 20:58.00.
In the girls’ 5,000-meter run, Hopkinsville’s Allison Wood led the Lady Tigers with a time of 20:55.6, taking sixth place overall.
Fort Campbell’s Katie Guevara-Maldonado recorded the fastest time for the Lady Falcons with a 21:33.5, finishing in 12th place. Lilliauna Powers ran a 24:38.8.
Trigg County’s Lexi Ricks took 17th place with a time of 21:54.5 while Livi Ricks ran a 22:02.9, taking 18th place for the Lady Wildcats.
Emma Fleming ran the fastest time for Christian County, coming in 34th place with a time of 24:12.5. Fellow Lady Colonel Jackie Goza recorded a time of 25:26.0.
As a team, Trigg County finished in fifth place with a total average time of 23:11.32.
Fort Campbell came in seventh place with a time of 25:15.22 while Christian County recorded a time of 25:40.62.