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!
Aly Doyle of West Jessamine was a point scoring machine coming home with 28 overall. She won the 60m Hurdles with a 9.25 and the Long Jump with a 17-05. She also finished second in the Triple Jump with a 35-07. Her two victories were the best on the weekend and her long jump was second in all the classes. Her 28 points helped lead West Jessamine to the Class 3A Indoor State team title.
Addison Moore of Woodford County won the 800m Run with a 2:13.53 which ranked as the best 800m of the weekend. It also places her fifth all-time in Kentucky history. She also finished second overall in the 1500m with a 4:40.47.
Tula Fawbush of Oldham County won the 1500m Run with a 4:34.32 which ranks #1 All-Time in Kentucky history for indoor. She was also third in the 800m with a 2:16.55 and part of the third place 4x800m Relay team.
Lillian Hodge of West Jessamine won the Pole Vault and High Jump Saturday. Her winning marks of 12-08 and 5-04 were both the best of the weekend. She also in her spare time finished fourth in the Triple Jump with a 33-11.25. Her 25 points scored helped West Jessamine win the Class 3A Girls Indoor team title.
Central Hardin's Serena McNeilly won the triple jump with a 36-07.25 and finished second in the High Jump with a 5-02. Her triple jump mark was the best out of all the classes.
Tates Creek thrower Trinity Gottler tossed a 39-01 to win the Shot Put. This was the best toss in Kentucky this season for all of indoor season.