Both teams coming to today's Kentucky High School Athletic Association Class 2A State Track & Field Championship will be well represented in relays as Fort Campbell and Trigg County have a combined 10 teams.

The Falcons are sending 25 athletes to today's meet at UK while Trigg County is sending 14 in Matt McMain's second year at the helm.

Fort Campbell's Austin Keeling hopes to bring home a championship in his senior season as he's seeded fifth in the triple jump with a seed mark of 44-02.50.

Keeling will also compete in the long jump and the high jump for the Falcons.

Doryan Hall is seeded

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sixth in the long jump with a mark of 21-00.50. The Class 2A leader is Boyle County's Marquise Kinley and his distance of 23-09.50.

Jahlyn Mincey will be key for the Lady Falcons as she's seeded seventh in the 200-meter dash, 11th in the 100-meter dash and is a member of the 4x200 and 4x100-meter relay.

The Lady Falcons come in at seventh in the 4x100-meter relay with a time of 51.71. Paducah Tilghman has the top time at 49.38.

For Trigg County, the Falcons' biggest hope for a state title comes from Jaquellus Martin as he's seeded fourth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 22.70. Boyle County's Chris Duffy leads the pack with a 21.98.

In the girls' 4x400-meter relay, DeDe Barbee, Trinity Cavanaugh, Iyanna Grubbs and Lexie Wright led the way for the Lady Wildcats as they seeded eighth.

Action starts at 10 a.m. at the University of Kentucky Track & Field Complex.

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