Mason County's boys' track and field team defended its Buffalo Trace Conference title and the Lady Royals knocked off defending girls' champ and host Fleming County to complete a clean sweep at the conference meet on Wednesday night in Flemingsburg.
In boys' competition, Mason County scored 127 points to outdistance Fleming County's 47. Lewis County totaled 40 and Bracken County notched 25.
The Lady Royals totaled 140 points to the Lady Panthers' 94. The Lady Bears amassed 13 points and the Lady Lions totaled nine.
Mason County's Jacob Tompkins and Jaylin Jones took the top two spots in the boys' 100-meter dash, both clocked at 11.4 seconds. Fleming County's Maverick Burnett was third, a half-second off their pace, the Royals' Andrew Kouns posted a 12.4, and the Panthers' Jacob Hitch ran a 12.8.
In the 200, Tompkins won in 23.1 seconds. Mason County's Austin Tuel ran it in 23.5 seconds, Lewis County's Tanner Barton was third in 23.6 seconds, the Royals' Carson Fearis placed fourth in 24.2 seconds, the Lions' Bud Burriss posted a 24.8, Mason County's Montez Johns ran a 26.5 and Fleming County's Tyler Leming posted a 26.6.
Barton won the 400 in 51.1 seconds. Mason County's Shawn Johnson ran a 51.9, Burriss ran a 55.8, the Royals' Cory Childers ran a 56.3 and Fleming County's Jordan Pollitt posted a 57.2.
In the 800, Mason County's Nick Robinson was victorious with a time of 2:03. Bracken County's Logan Holleran ran it in 2:07, Conner Holleran posted a 2:08, Steven Cummins ran it in 2:09 and Nick Ware got a 2:14. Fleming County's Savon McAdams ran a 2:18, the Polar Bears' Arthur Wallace ran a 2:26 and the Panthers' Winston Reeder was the final point scorer in 2:31.
The Royals' Alex Robinson took the 1600 with a pace of 5:04. Lewis County's Joshua Heininger ran a 5:17, Mason County's Tanner Kirkland posted a 5:26, Fleming County's Brandon Thomas ran a 5:28 mile and Reeder ran it in 5:37.
Heininger nipped Kirkland in the 3200, running an 11:24 to Kirkland's 11:35. Bracken County's Troy Dunagin ran a 12:23, the Panthers' Cody Kissell ran a 14:28 and Daniel Kissell completed the event in 16:01.
In the 110 hurdles, Logan Holleran was victorious with a time of 16 seconds. Mason County's Donovan Hylander ran a 17.5 and the Royals' Garret Appelman came home in 22.9 seconds.
Hylander won the 300 hurdles in 47.3 seconds. Appelman placed second in 53.1 seconds, and Mason County's Mathew Simpson was four seconds off Appelman's pace.
Mason County was victorious in all four boys' relays. Its "A" team ran the 4x100 relay in 45.5 seconds to Fleming County's 47.0 and the Royals' "B" team's 50.2.
The "A" Royals ran the 4x200 in 1:35. Fleming County posted a 1:37, Lewis County ran a 1:40 and the "B" Royals came around in 1:51.
In the 4x400, the Royals ran a 3:40. Bracken County was three seconds back and Lewis County four seconds back. The "B" Royals ran it in 3:45 and Fleming County in 3:58.
Mason County's "A" team ran the 4x800 in 8:48. The "B" team came around in 9:08.
The Royals' Alex Stahl won the high jump, reaching 6 feet even.
Fleming County's Robert Conway won the pole vault, clearing 10 feet, 6 inches. Mason County's Andrew Kouns posted 8 feet, 6 inches, the Royals' Kane Neal cleared 8 feet, and Leming recorded 7 feet, 6 inches.
In the long jump, Tompkins won with 18 feet, 6 inches. Stahl leapt 18 feet, 4.5 inches, Burnett notched 18 feet, 4 inches, and the Panthers' Ethan Duncan jumped 17 feet, 4.5 inches.
Stahl claimed the triple jump title with a mark of 38 feet, 10 inches. Fleming County's Wilder Williams jumped 35 feet, 3 inches, and the Panthers' Henry Cho cleared 33 feet, 3 inches.
The Lions' Jordan Hunt won the shot put at 36 feet, 10 inches. Kouns and Mason County's Andrew Jefferson each threw it 36 feet, 6 inches, Bracken County's Devon Coleman had a throw of 36 feet, 3 inches, the Royals' Sam Felice threw it 35 feet, 6 inches, and Fleming County's Carmelo Puente checked in at 35 feet even.
Hunt also won the discus crown with a throw of 109 feet, 6.5 inches. Mason County's Jay Stanley threw it 98 feet, 7 inches, Coleman had a toss of 96 feet, 6 inches, Fleming County's Josh Hitch threw the discus 89 feet, 4.5 inches, and Felice had a throw of 86 feet, 4.5 inches.
On the girls' side, Mason County's Samantha Jones won the 100 in 13.3 seconds. Teammate Myla Downs-Perry posted a 14.3, as did Fleming County's Alondra Jackson. The Lady Panthers' Melanie Montgomery and Lewis County's Kelsey Hatton each ran it in 14.4 seconds.
Jones also won the 200 in 28.7 seconds. Mason County's Sarah Redmond ran a 29.1, Rebecca Wood ran a 29.3, Downs-Perry collected a 29.5 and Tea King ran a 29.9. Jackson ran a 30.2, the Lady Royals' Megan Pfeffer ran a 31.2, J'Ionaf Smith ran a 31.3, Hatton ran a 31.4, and Mason County's Lyanna Johns and the Lady Lions' Calli Howell each ran a 32.2.
Mason County's Cara Woods won the 400 in 1:07.4. Fleming County's Martina Lytle ran a 1:07.8, Mason County's Jordan Frodge posted a 1:08.0, the Lady Bears' Chelsea Stephenson ran a 1:15.0, Alexa Jenkins of the Lady Royals notched a 1:17.0, teammate Reagan Bierley ran a 1:22.7 and the Lady Panthers' Krishani Jackson ran a 1:23.0.
Julia Woods of Mason County won the 800 in 2:33. The Lady Panthers' Christen Reid ran a 2:47, Mason County's Raylee Kirkland ran a 2:50, and teammates Abigail Dawson and Sierra Anderson ran a 2:51 and a 2:53, respectively. Fleming County's Katie Pfeffer ran a 3:00.4 and Bracken County's Kamryn Sticklen was two-tenths of a second behind Pfeffer.
The Lady Royals' Rheagan Sizemore claimed the 1600 in 6:02. Fleming County's Olivia Leet ran a 6:13, teammate Julie Perkins was one second off her pace, and Mason County's Brittany Alley ran a 6:23.
The Lady Panthers' Abby Fearin won the 3200 in 12:39. Leet ran it in 13:17 and Alley posted a 14:21.
Mason County's Brittany Hardin claimed the 100 hurdles in 18.2 seconds. Teammate Whitney O'Mara ran the event in 18.5, as did Fleming County's Heather Humphries. The Lady Panthers' Mackenzie Purvis came home in 19.2 and Hatton ran a 19.9.
In the 300 hurdles, Fearin won in 52.2 seconds. O'Mara ran a 52.7, Mason County's Alissa Mason ran a 54.1, and Hatton and Purvis each collected 55.1 finishes.
Mason County again swept the relay titles. The Lady Royals' "A" team ran the 4x400 in 54.2 seconds, followed by their "B" squad in 55.1. Fleming County posted a 56.4, the "C" Lady Royals ran a 57.6 and Bracken County collected a 1:03.1.
The "A" and "B" Lady Royals ran the 4x200 in 1:59.1 and 2:02.4, respectively. Fleming County and the "C" Lady Royals each got home in 2:03.2, and Lewis County ran a 2:14.8.
In the 4x400, Mason County ran a 4.44, two seconds faster than the Lady Bears and seven faster than the Lady Panthers.
The Lady Royals finished the 4x800 in 10:43. Fleming County got home in 11:01 and Bracken County posted an 11:56.
Mason County's Alivia Bierley won the high jump by clearing 4 feet, 10 inches. Frodge and Lytle both leapt 4 feet, 6 inches.
Julia Woods and Raylee Kirkland each cleared 8 feet in the pole vault. Reid leapt 6 feet, 6 inches, and Perkins posted a mark of 6 feet.
Lytle won the long jump at 13 feet, 10 inches. Mason County's Marissa Scilley jumped 13 feet, 8 inches, and Johns cleared 12 feet, 9.5 inches.
Redmond won the triple jump in 30 feet, 4 inches. Lytle jumped 29 feet, 11 inches, Scilley posted a mark of 29 feet, 2 inches, and Mason County's Morgan Sargent and Bracken County's Lydia Myers each checked in at 29 feet.
Fleming County's Kelsey Jent won the shot put with a mark of 26 feet, 9 inches. Alivia Bierley threw the shot 26 feet, 5 inches, Mason County's Bri Lester threw it 22 feet, the Lady Royals' Leah Nelson notched a mark of 18 feet, 11 inches, and the Lady Panthers' Jessica Ramey posted 18 feet, 10 inches.
Jent also claimed the discus title with a throw of 96 feet, 0.5 inches. Lester tossed the discus 54 feet, 5.5 inches, and Raylee Kirkland checked in at 51 feet, 7 inches.