Trimble County’s cross country teams wrapped up the season with strong finishes in the KHSAA Class A State Finals at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Saturday.

The Trimble girls finished 11th overall with 296 points while the boys, who won the regional title last week, placed 14th overall with 382 points.

Freshman Kinley Kunkel led the Trimble girls, coming in 19th overall in 20:56.60. Eighth-grader Rebecca Kainer was 41st in 21:48.96, junior Eliza Weston was 44th in 21:52.05, junior Meagan Kainer was 90th in 23:06.95, and seventh-grader Addison Pipes was 167th in 25:40.28.

Freshman Jessup Smith finished 26th in 17:45.78 to lead the Trimble boys. Sophomore Matthew Craig was 33rd in 17:58.34, junior Alex Seward was 54th in 18:23.64, senior Michael Kainer was 102nd in 19:12.03, freshman Brayden Taylor was 217th in 20:46.78, sophomore Keegan Congleton was 241st in 21:30.23, and freshman Luke Mullins was 253rd in 21:45.84.

Louisville Collegiate scored 96 points to win the girls team championship with Bishop Brossart second with 111. Lexington Christian sophomore Anna Rupp won the individual state championship in 18:58.46.

Louisville Holy Cross won the boys state championship with 55 points and Pikeville was second with 125. Holy Cross junior D.K. Schnieders won the individual championship with a time of 16:04.22.