Corbin 2nd in shot for Carroll Co.’s top finish
Trimble 8th grader Long scores lone local title at NCKCs
Thursday, April 20, 2017 3:02 PM
Trimble County’s Ryan Long won the 100-meter dash at the North Central Kentucky Conference track and field championships on Wednesday at Lloyd Memorial.
Long, an eighth grader, won the race with a time of 12.01 seconds — a mark that was still .24 seconds off his personal best — and was the only local athlete to claim a conference championship. Long was also second in the 200 dash in 23.89, a mark just .11 off his personal best.
Overall, Trimble and Carroll runners accounted for nine top three finishes in both the boys and girls meets.
Other top finishes for the Trimble boys were: Quentin Huff, third, 1600-meter run, 5:07.38; 400-meter relay, third, 48.69; 800 relay, third, 1:41.63; 1600 relay, fourth, 3:59.36; Ryker Mathews, fourth, shot put, 37-9.5; Jace Ogburn, fifth, triple jump, 32-2.25; and Paris Steffen, fifth, turbojav, 17:37.
Top finishes for Carroll’s boys were: Malachi Corbin, second, shot put, 39-4.5 and fourth, discus, 104-7; Darrius Watson, sixth, 200 dash, 25.14 and eighth, 100 dash, 12.67; and Guillermo Cruz, eighth, 800 run, 2:28.28 and eighth 400 dash, 59.89.
Top finishes for the Trimble girls were: Destiny Louden, third, 100 dash, 14.28, third, 200 dash, 30.02 and fifth, 400 dash, 1:11.54; Eliza Weston, third, 1600 run, 6:06.27; Madison Jones, fourth, 100 dash, 15.18; Kayla Jones, fourth, discus, 66-11; and Daniella Tebib, fifth, 100 hurdles, 20.83 and fifth, 300 hurdles, 59.48.
Top finishes for the Carroll girls were: Lauren Cox, sixth, 100 dash, 15.54; and Kacey Ogburn, eighth, discus, 63-7, ninth, shot put, 21-5.5 and 10th, 100 dash, 16.73.
Walton-Verona scored 224 points to win both the girls and boys team championships. Lloyd was second in the girls with 129 points, Owen was third with 128, Trimble was fourth with 36 and Carroll was fifth with one.
Lloyd was also second in the boys meet with 92 points, Owen was third with 74, Williamstown was fourth with 70, Trimble was fifth with 52, Henry County was sixth with 23 and Carroll was seventh with 14.
Carroll County returns to action on Saturday when it competes in the Tyson Gay Invitational in Lexington. Trimble’s next meet is the Lloyd Memorial Invitational on Saturday, April 29.