Daviess County's girls and Owensboro and Apollo high school's boys will be in the mix for team championships in the Class 3-A Region 1 Track and Field Meet on Tuesday at Henderson County.

First events are set for 10 a.m.

"The girls' team will be in contention for the team title if everything goes really well," DC coach Mark Fortney said.

Daviess County's girls and Apollo's boys are top seeds in the 4x800-meter relays. DC has a 10:05.64 seed time. Apollo has an 8:25.89 seed time.

Apollo also has the top seed in the boys' 4x400 relay (3:29.93).

"The boys' strength this season has been our relays," Apollo coach Charlie Shoulta said.

DC's girls have the top two seeds in the 1,600. Karlee Hoffman is the top seed (5:25.70) and Emily Ann Roberts is the second seed (5:28.96).

Hoffman is also the top seed in the 3,200 (11:28.85).

The top two seeds in the girls' 800 are also from DC. Freshman Emily Rempe is top seed with 2:23.95 and senior Riliegh Owens is second seed with 2:26.40.

Amari Sanders from Apollo is the top seed in the shot put (33-9).

Aniyah Greer from OHS is the second seed in the girls' 100 (13.22).

Kyra Rowan from DC is the second seed in the girls' 400 by .02 seconds (1:00.59). Rowan is also the second seed in the 200 (26.70).

DC is the second seed in the girls' 4x400 relay (4:19.16).

Imonte Owsley from OHS is the top seed in the long jump (21-9.5) second seed in the boys' 100 (11.10).

"Hopkinsville is favored to win the boys (team title), followed by Owensboro and Apollo," OHS coach Drew Hall said.

Apollo's Justin Sandefur is the top seed in the boys' 300 hurdles (41.31).

Jadien Kendall from OHS is the top seed in the boys' discus (142-7).

OHS has the second-seeded boys' 4x200 relay (1:33.28), and the second seed in the 4x100 relay (44.16). Both of those teams are behind Hopkinsville.

Jaden Brown from OHS is the second seed in the triple jump (41-8.5).

Jonah Mitchell from Muhlenberg County is the top seed in the 3,200 (9:36.54).

Stephen Newman from Muhlenberg County is the second seed in the 1,600 boys' race by .17 seconds (4:22.97). Newman is also second seed in the 800 (1:59.04).

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