VOTE: Class 2A Girls Top State Performance

With the 2023 KTCCCA Indoor State Championships in the books, we have sorted through the amazing performances to choose a handful of top marks for voting! Pick your favorite and share the news that we want to know who should be crowned the Top State Performer for Class 2A Girls! The ballot is at the bottom of this page!

Compete KTCCCA Indoor State Championship Coverage

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Mercer County senior Jai Maria Piazza put 26 points on the board for the Lady Titans on Saturday. She won both the 60m Hurdles and the Long Jump. Her time of 9.28 and jump of 17-01 both ended up as the second-best performances for all classes. She also finished third in the 200m Dash with a 26.90.

North Oldham sophomore Lily Harper took home two individual titles in the 60m and 200m dashes. She ran 7.89 and 25.86 to take home the victories. Those times ranked 5th overall for all the classes. She was also on the third place 4x400m Relay team for the Lady Mustangs. Her 21.5 points helped North Oldham to the overall title in the Class AA Indoor Championship.

Lincoln County 9th grader Abigail Bastin won the 800m Run with a 2:18.91 and finished third in a loaded 1500m Run with a 4:47.42. Both were top six on the weekend for all classes.

Lexington Catholic sophomore Caroline Beiting won the 1500m Run with a 4:40.16 which ranked third out of all the classes on the weekend. That time is currently the fastest run by a Class AA runner in the last 10 years at the KTCCCA Indoor Championship. She also ran a leg on the winning 4x400m Relay team.

Mason County 9th grader Lexi Young scored in four events including a win in high jump finishing up at 5-00. She was second in the Long Jump at 16-10, fourth in the 60m Dash, and sixth in the 200m Dash. She was third overall in both jumps out of all classes.


Class 2A Girls Indoor State Best Performance

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