VOTE: Class 3A Boys 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 3A Boys! The ballot is at the bottom of this page!

Compete KTCCCA Indoor State Championship Coverage

Class 1A    |  Class 2A    |  Class 3A

Madison Central's Wyatt Stewart hit a new 2023 season best of 17-03 to win the Pole Vault for Class AAA. This mark ranks as the #1 vault in the United States for the 2023 indoor season.

Central's Jakoby Graves won the 60m and 200m Dash with the fastest overall times on the weekend. He ran a 6.93 and a 21.78 in the events. He was also a member of the winning 4x400m Relay with a 51 split.

Kameron Horton of Ballard won the 60m Hurdles with a 8.05 one event after he finished second in the 60m Dash with a 6.93.  His winning hurdle time was the best of the weekend with his 60m time being second overall.

Male's Myles Gentry won the Long Jump with a leap of 22-04.50. He showed his sprinting as well with a second place finish in the 200m Dash with a 22.72. He also placed fourth in the 60m Dash with a 7.05.

South Oldham's Samuel Reagan won the Triple Jump landing 46-05.25 from his take-off. He jumped out 21-11.75 in the Long Jump to finish second in it.

Apollo senior Thomas Ashby won the 1500m/3000m double with the two fastest times of the weekend. He started with a 3:59.52 and finished with a 8:36.68. His 3K time ranks as the third fastest time in Kentucky indoor history.

Greenwood's Cates Duncan won the 800m Run with a 1:57.79 and finished second in the 1500m Run with a 4:01.50. His 800m time was the fastest out all three classes. His 1500m ranked second overall.

South Oldham's Grayson Brashear made the biggest throw of the weekend to win the Shot Put with a toss of 56-07.50.


Class 3A Boys Indoor State Best Performance

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