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Ashley Woolum compete for four state titles this weekend in Louisville.

The state track and field meet will get underway today at Owsley Frazier Cardinal Park at the University of Louisville.

North Laurel’s Ashley Woolum will be vying for four state titles, in the girls’ 100 and 300 hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump.

In the 100 hurdles, which will take place at 6:30 p.m. today, Woolum will be in heat two in the preliminaries. Her time of 16.33 is fourth fastest in her heat. The favorite is Lutisha Bowen of Ballard, who comes in with a region winning time of 14.82.

The 300 hurdles will take place at 8:15 p.m. with Woolum in heat two. She has the fifth fastest time in her heat (48.85) with the overall favorite again being Bowmen with a time of 45.77. Woolum’s teammate, Katie Corso, will be in the first heat with a time of 52.89.

The long jump will be held at 6 p.m. with Woolum in the second flight. Her jump of 16-02.50 is seventh best in her flight, with Nealy Williams of Bryan Station being the girl to beat with a jump of 17-04.50. The triple jump will be held on Saturday 5:30 p.m. with Woolum having the fourth best jump in flight two (34-10.00). A trio of girls could contend for the title: Nealy Williams of Bryan Station (35-05.50), Alyssa Frank of Ryle (35-06.00) and Lutisha Bowen of Ballard (35-08.00).

North’s Caleb Mosley will compete in the boys’ 110 hurdles at 6:45 p.m. in heat two. Mosley has the third best time in his heat with a 15.66. Brandon Bagley of John Hardin comes in with the best time of 15.01. Mosley will also compete in the 300 hurdles at 8:25 p.m. in heat two. His time of 42.76 is the sixth best in the heat, while Aubrey Carter of Dixie Heights is the favorite with a time of 39.74.

Andi Skiles of North Laurel will compete in the girls’ 100 at 7 p.m. today. Skiles will be in heat two, and her time of 13.01 is the fifth best in her heat. Chelsea Brown of Butler comes in with a time of 12.53. Skiles will also compete in the 200 at 8:35 p.m. She will be in heat one, and she comes in with a time of 28.02. Lutisha Bowen of Ballard is the favorite with a time of 25 seconds flat.

Meredith Johnson, also of North Laurel, will compete in the girls’ 1600 at 6:10 p.m. She comes in with a time of 5:37.89, while Anna Bostrom of Woodford County is the favorite with a time of 5:20.23. Johnson will also compete in the 800. She comes in with a time of 2:30.80, while the favorites are Maggie Mattingly of John Hardin with a time of 2:21.55, and Shelby Jenkins of Meade County with a time of 2:21.97.

South Laurel’s Elizabeth James will compete in the girls’ 400 at 7:55 p.m. James will be in lane eight in the first heat, as her time of 1:07.40 is the eighth best in the heat. Chelsea Brown of Butler, also in heat one, is the favorite with a time of 58.45.

Katie Hartney of North Laurel will compete in the girls’ shot put on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. She will be in the first flight, and comes in with a distance of 30-05.50. Amaski Kendall of Owensboro is the favorite with a distance of 41;05.50. Hartney will also compete in the discus on Saturday at 1 p.m. She has a distance of 92-01 and will be in the first flight. Kendall is again the favorite with a distance of 117-01.

Martin Jones of South Laurel will be in the boys’ discus Saturday at 2:30 p.m. He will be in the first flight and comes in with a throw of 118-10. Brad Wright of Apollo is the favorite with a throw of 163-01.

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