Jefferson County was in second place with 360 medals. Other counties in the top 10 included Boone, 133; Franklin, 110; Woodford, 109; Kenton, 108; Bourbon, 99; Madison, 98; Scott, 87; and Jessamine, 84.
"In all, between individual and team sports, Kentucky athletes earned 8,436 medals," said George Milligan, executive director of the Bluegrass State Games.
Milligan said more than 14.250 athletes participated in the Games this year. They came from 89 of Kentucky's 120 counties.
The participant who won the most medals - 12 in all - was Jeff McClung, Scott County, who participated in track and field events.
Catherine Bishop, Woodford County, won a total of 10 medals, also in track and field.
Gene Siler, a Whitley County participant in swimming, and James Spivey, Madison County, who participated in shooting, each won eight medals. Three participants won seven medals each - Alexander Brown, Pulaski County, swimming; Brenda Burton, Powell County, track and field; and Mary Smoot, Fayette County, swimming.
A total of 738 individuals won two or more medals, Milligan said. The Games also attracted 614 teams from across the state, including 93 from Campbell County and 86 from Fayette County, the highest numbers of teams in the Games.
Locally, Colleen Johnson, a swimmer from Pike County, won six medals. Pike County swimmer Chance Robertson won three three medals.
Track and field athletes Steven Jones (Floyd County) and Arianna Doderer (Johnson County) each won three medals.