Hopkinsville, University Heights Academy, Christian County and Trigg County cross-country each competed in the Fast Cats Classic Saturday in Owensboro.

In the boys’ 5,000-meter run finals, Hopkinsville’s Chase Atkins came in 14th place with a time of 17:28.99. Max Dubois finished with a 20:21.41 for the Tigers.

UHA’s Tomas Duncan recorded the fastest time for the Blazers, finishing with a 18:10.06 while his teammate Walter Kunnmann ran a 19:07.95.

Ethan Futrell recorded a time of 19:41.55 for Trigg, as fellow Wildcat Austin Cavanaugh ran a 20:04.65.

Christian County’s Nicholas Sanderson finished with the fastest time for the Colonels with a 20:22.10.

In the girls’ 5,000-meter run finals, University Heights Academy’s Muki Kunnmann took 11th place with a time of 21:13.68.

Hopkinsville’s Allison Wood finished in 18th place, as the Lady Tiger ran a 21:28.37.

DeDe Barbie recorded the fastest time for Trigg with a time of 24:10.30 while her teammate Grace Hill finished right behind with a 24:14.03.

Daihla Price ran a 27:27.82 for Christian County while Jaynah Cady finished with a time of 29:34.37 for the Lady Colonels.

Trigg County placed 11th overall in the 5,000-meter run team finals with a 24:24.18.

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