Northview's Shandra Kirby and Nikki Royer earned the right to move on to the Girls State Meet in Bloomington, IN on June 4 at 6 p.m.
Kirby recorded a persona best time of 2:23.95 in the 800 meters that was good for second place behind Evansville Central's Lauren Crick who ran a time of 2:20.88.
In the pole vault, Royer took home third place in the event by clearing 9-0 which also advances her to the state finals meet. Teammate Jenica Yocom just missed advancing, placing fourth in the meet in which the top-three move on. Yocom cleared 8-6.
Britt Hofmann had one of the busiest days for the Knights, placing seventh in the long jump by leaping 15-2 and crossing the line in 13th place in the 200 with a time of 28.71 and 16th in the 100 meter event with a 13.94.
Emily Pugh also had a full slate with her events.
Pugh ran a three event schedule that saw her take home a sixth place finish in the 1,600 meters, running a 5:32.18 and coming home 10th in the 3,200 race with a time of 12:32.88.
She was also a member of the 3,200 meter relay squad that placed 14th in 11:09.61. Other members included Mary Pugh, Brittney Spugnardi and Kim Deakins.
In the field events, freshman Ashley Davis recorded a throw of 32-1 1/2 in the shotput, good for eighth place. She placed 11th in the discus with a throw of 93-0.
In the boys regional held at Evansville Central High School this week, sophomore Nick Gebert and senior Logan Whitman had the best finishes of Clay County competitors.
Gebert recorded a sixth place finish in the discus event, throwing 136-7 and followed by placing ninth in the shotput with a throw of 46-2. Clay City's Roger Harden bested his seeded distance with his seventh place throw of 48-3.
Whitman came home fifth in the 110 meter hurdles for Northview, across the line with a time of 15.68 in the finals.
The Knights came home ninth with their 400 relay team, recording a time of 44.95 and the 1,600 relay team was 10th in a time of 3:35.95.
Matt McClellan missed advancing to the state finals with a 10th place finish in the 200 meters while Shawn Piatt placed seventh in the pole vault, clearing 12-6.
The Boys State Track Finals will be on June 5 in Bloomington.