The Fort Osage girls track and field team used six individual victories to capture second place in the Suburban Middle Six Championships Friday at William Chrisman High School.

The Indians totaled 157 points to finish behind only Staley (176). William Chrisman (51) took fourth.

In the boys division, Chrisman finished third with 143 points behind Staley (155) and Ruskin (144). Fort Osage was fourth at 56.

Of the Fort Osage girls’ six individual victories, Emari Grimes had a win and two runner-up finishes. Allie Barrett, Dymon Preyor and Hailey Alvis each claimed a win and fourth-place finish.

Grimes won the 200 (26.47) and took second in the 100 (12.74) and 400 (1:02.91).

Barrett won the pole vault (10-6) and was fourth in the 100 (13.30). Alvis won the 1,600 (5:25.23) and was fourth in the 800 (2:36.79). Preyor won the 300 hurdles (50.40) and was fourth in the long jump (16-1).

Ardaysia Fenner prevailed in the high jump (5-2) and the 400 relay team also won in 50.21.

The Indians had four other runner-up finishes, including Samantha Mygatt (100 hurdles, 17.35, and 300 hurdles, 51.43), Miche’la Lemons (discus, 126-6) and Shonyea Lind (shot put, 34-2.75). Mariah Griffey took third in the javelin (90-6).

Camryn Holloman led the Chrisman girls, claiming a win in the triple jump (34-7), third in the long jump (16-4.5) and sixth in the 100 (13.57).

Seila Tali took second in the javelin (103-11) and fourth in discus (107-10). The 3,200 relay team finished second (11:39.69) and Reana Lagrone was third in the pole vault (8-6).

The Chrisman boys captured five wins, including a pair by distance runner Chris Bunce.

Bunce prevailed in the 800 meters (2 minutes, 5.95 seconds) and the 1,600 (4:42.72) while also finishing sixth in the 3,200 (11:05.03).

James Bailey claimed a victory in the discus (163 feet, 8 inches) and was second in the shot put (49-11.25). Daniel Carson won the shot put (53-6.5) and was third in the discus (139-5).

Derriq Moore topped the field in the high jump with a season-best leap of 6 feet, 6 inches.

The Bears also had eight other third-place finishes, including the 400 (44.46), 800 (1:32.96), 1,600 (3:36.79) and 3,200 (8:44.27) relay squads. Caleb Michell was third in the 3,200 (10:45.91), and Kishon Ho Chee took third in the 110 high hurdles (16.66). Zackary Flowers was third in the triple jump (42-3.5) and Jacob Bennett finished third in pole vault (12 feet).

The Fort Osage boys claimed three victories. Trevor Skaggs won the long jump (21-11) and Derick Krones topped the field in the javelin (144-3). Jacob Frazier triumphed in the pole vault (13 feet), edging teammate Collin Camerlynck (12-6).

Diego Rosales-Wallace took third in the javelin (134-7).