Barren County hosted a five-team track meet on Tuesday and ran away with wins in both the boys’ and the girls’ competitions.

The Trojans posted 113 points, nearly 50 points ahead of the second place Cumberland County Panthers. Glasgow finished fourth in the boys meet with 58 points. Adair County was third and Allen County placed fifth.

Barren County had four individual wins and it won three of the four relay races in the boys meet. The Trojans collected a number of their points from their No. 2 athletes in many of the 17 events. They had multiple competitors score points in six events.

Glasgow, meanwhile, had five event winners, but did not have athletes in all events.

Daniel Honeycutt had a solid day for the Trojans. He won the 300 hurdles in 44.50 and placed second in the 110 hurdles. Teammate Cody Edwards was third in the 300.

Campbell Beals won the 1,600 run in a time of 5:21 and he finished second in the 3,200.

Sidney Holman won the 400 dash in 57.06 and the Trojans swept the pole vault as they had the only two vaulters in the event. John Bennett Alexander won with a height of 8-feet, while Ryan Metzger was second.

Other Trojans who finished in the top 3 of their respective events were Ryan Conover (second, 800 dash), Josh Komar (third, discus), J. Groce (third, 100 dash), Bo Edwards (third, long jump) and Matt Mitchell (third, triple jump).

The Trojans won the 1,600 relay in 4:02.78, the 3,200 relay in 9:43 and the 800 relay in 1:41.19. They did not field a 400 relay team.

Pat Stuart led the way for the Scotties by winning both the discus (100’11”) and the shot put (43’4”).

C.J. Buford won the triple jump with a leap of 41-feet and he finished third in the high jump. Adrian Groves won the high jump with a clearance of 5’6” and he finished second in the long jump.

Donmetrias Stone won the 100 dash in 11.75 and E.L. Myers was second in the 400 dash. Glasgow fielded no relay teams.

The Trojanettes were nearly as dominant in the girls’ competition as they posted 148 points. Allen County was second with 101, while Glasgow finished third with 26. Adair County was fourth and Cumberland County finished fifth.

Jessica Jolly carried a strong day for Barren County. She won the long jump with a leap of 14’5.5” and she won the triple jump (31’5”). Jolly also finished second in the 100 dash.

Julie Wilson won the 100 hurdles with a time of 18.2 and she was second in the 300 hurdles.

Jessica King won the 400 dash in 1:11 and she was second in the high jump.

Cassie Radish won the 3,200 in 14:15 and Lauren McDaniel was the lone competitor in the pole vault. She cleared 5’6” and scored eight points.

Other top 3 placements for Barren were Catherine Beals (second, 1,600 run), Heather Claywell (second, 800 run), Brittany Billingsley (second, triple jump), Courtney Kinslow (second, discus; third, shot put), Cheyenne Groce (third, 100 dash) and Lindsey Trowbridge (third, 400 dash).

Barren won the 1,600 relay and the 3,200 relay and finished in both the 800 relay and the 400 relay.

Most of the Lady Scotties’ points came from competitors who finished outside of the top 3 in their respective events.

The lone exception was the 200 dash where Kylie Foushee finished second and Katherine Rogers placed third.

Glasgow also finished third in the 800 relay.

Barren County is scheduled to host another meet on Thursday at 4 p.m. Glasgow will also participate in that meet.


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