Campbellsville High School track teams recently competed in the Heartland Athletic Conference meet.
Overall, the girls’ and boys’ teams finished in fourth place.
In the girls’ 100-meter dash, Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Antaya Epps finished second. CHS junior Jasmine Coro was seventh.
In the 200, Epps was third and eighth-grader Whitney Frashure finished ninth.
CHS junior Zoe McAninch finished the 400-meter race in seventh place.
Christa Riggs, a senior, finished the 800-meter run in fourth place. McAninch was seventh.
In the 4×100 race, the CHS team finished second. Runners were Frashure, Epps, Coro and freshman Abi Brisko.
In the 4×200, the team finished third. Runners were Coro, Frashure, Epps and eighth-grader Alysa Howard.
The 4×400 team was fourth. Runners were McAninch, Brisko, Riggs and eighth-grader Amelia Christie.
McAninch competed in long jump and finished sixth.
In shot put, CHS senior Natalie Caldwell was first. Siera Owens, a junior, was eighth.
In discus throw, junior Haley Morris was seventh and Christie was eighth.
For the boys’ team, junior Lathan Cubit was sixth in the 100-meter dash.
CHS senior Davon Cecil finished the 200 in second place.
Joe Pipes, a senior, finished the 800-meter run in sixth place.
CHS senior Ian McAninch finished the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs in fourth place.
In the 4×100 race, the CHS team was fourth. Runners were seniors Charlie Pettigrew, Daesean Van Cleave and Davon Cecil and junior Malachi Corley.
In the 4×200, the team was second. Runners were Pettigrew, Van Cleave and Cecil and sophomore Reggie Thomas.
CHS senior Tristan Johnson was second in high jump.
Joe Pipes, a senior, was third in long jump.
CHS junior Mark Rigsby was sixth in the triple jump.
In shot put, eighth-grader Levi Dicken was fifth and freshman Ryan Milburn was eighth.
In discus, Dicken was sixth and seventh-grader Dalton Morris was seventh.
Katie Wilkerson and Steve Doss are the CHS track coaches.
Malique Spaulding and Tyler Abney are assistants.