Asia Cole led a strong showing in the field events that boosted Fort Osage’s girls track and field team to second place in Thursday’s Suburban Middle Seven Championships at Belton High School.

Staley won with 145.5 points, five more than Fort Osage. North Kansas City (96), Raytown (63.5), William Chrisman (58), Oak Park (54.5) and Belton (34).

Staley’s boys also won with 176 points, followed by Raytown with 107, Oak Park 96.5, Fort Osage 70, Belton 66.5, Chrisman 57 and North KC 26.

Cole won the shot put and discus with throws of 44 feet, 4 inches and 148-3, respectively. Sonia Faitau (38-5) and Paige Bunn (37-10 1/2) added a 3-4 finish in the shot, and Paige Bunn (127-6) and Miche’la Lemons (103-11) placed 2-5 in the discus.

In the pole vault, Jessy Leavell (10-0) led a 1-3-4 finish for Fort Osage, and Raven Bunn took second in the triple jump (34-1), fourth in the high jump (5-0) and fifth in the long jump (15-10 1/2).

Fort Osage’s 4x400 team of Samantha Trimmer, Madyson Monday, Meagan Kelly and Allison Stevens won in 4:13.4, and the 4x800 team took second in 11:28.63. Another second came from Monday in the 400 (1:02), Stevens took third in the 200 (27.7) and 400 (1:03.1), Robertson claimed fourth in the 1,600 (5:59) and fifths came from Monday in the 200 (28.6), Trimmer in the 400 (1:05.1).

Chrisman got second-place finishes from Elizabeth Straub in the 1,600 (5:56), the 4x100 of Kyana Mason, Sarah Daniels, Deja Hall and Sydney Carter (51.6), Chrisa Riley-Anderson in the high jump (5-2) and Mason in the pole vault (9-6). Thirds went Carter in the 100 (13.27) and Straub in the 800 (2:43.4) and fourths to Alliyah Mayweather in the 200 (28.2) and the 4x200 (1:52).

In the boys meet, Fort Osage’s Elijah McGill won the long jump (22-4 1/4) and claimed second in the 100 (11.4), while Josh Alt took second in the 300 hurdles (40.9) and fourth in the 110 hurdles (16.53). Another second came from Dalton Miller in the shot put (45-9 1/2), thirds went to the 4x100 (43.6) and 4x400 (3:32.2) relays and Mitchel Cochran in the pole vault (11-6), fourths to the 4x800 (9:10) and Koida Ejire in the long jump (20-8 1/2) and a fifth to Trenton Roller in the discus (132-10).

Chrisman’s Dalvin Wilkerson won the 100 in 11.3 and the 200 in 22.4, anchored the 4x100 to victory in 42.6 and started the winning 4x200 (1:32.9). Bret Wolf, D’Vontae Brown and DeVante Wilkerson joined in the 4x100, and Wolf, RaSean Ellis and Deontay Lapsley followed in the 4x200. DeVante Wilkerson tied for fifth in the tight 100 field (11.4), Tim Paxton took third in the 400 (52.7), Wolf cleared 5-10 for fourth in the high jump and the 4x400 took fourth in 3:34.3.

SUBURBAN MIDDLE SIX CHAMPIONSHIPS: Ben Sander and Lexi Hart led the way for Truman in the Suburban Middle Six meet at St. Joseph Central Thursday.

Sander took third in the 200 meters in 23.1 seconds and fifth in the 100 in 11.55 and ran with Dean Clemons, Landon Rogers and Zion Piper on the fifth-place 4x200 relay team timed in 1:36.45.

Kyron Mitchell was sixth in the 400 (52.26), David Frazier sixth in the 3,200 (10:15.57) and seventh in the 1,600 (4:47.03), Edgar Renteria third in the 3,200 (10:01.46) and the team of Clemons, Elijah Stewart, Alex Overbay and Piper fifth in the 4x100 relay (47.46) and Clemons sixth in the long jump (18-2 3/4).

Lee’s Summit West was the titlist with 172 points. Park Hill totaled 226, Park Hill South 124, Ruskin 64, Central 34 and Truman 31.

Hart won the girls long jump at 17-5 1/2 and the triple jump at 38-2. Allie Webb was second in the discus (133-4), Tolbert, Katrina Shepard, Smith and Lillian Schakenberg fifth in the 4x100 relay (53.8), Shepard seventh in the 100 (13.98) and Schakenberg eighth in the 300 low hurdles (53.77).

West rolled up 242 points in easily taking first place. Central had 95, Park Hill South 87, Park Hill 74, Truman 42 and Ruskin 9.