Both Grove track teams finished in second place at Friday’s meet at Collinsville.

The boys collected 11 medals in all to finish with 93 points, while Owasso won the team title with 195 points.

Josh Friend captured the only gold medal of the day for the Ridgerunners, winning the shot put title with a throw of 46’11”. Friend also finished fourth in the discus.

The Ridgerunners collected four silver medals. Rocky Jefferies finished second in the discus with a throw of 122’7”, while Chad Rainbolt finished second in the 300-meter hurdles and Dallas Sorrels finished second in the 400-meter run. The boys also earned a silver medal in the 1600-meter relay.

Other medals included: Ryan Wheatley, third in the 800 meters, Derek Pigsley, fifth in the 3200 meters, Jesse Sills, sixth in the 300-meter hurdles, and William Clark, sixth in the discus. The Ridgerunners also earned a third place medal in the 400-meter relay.

The Lady Ridgerunners claimed a total of 17 medals in finishing second behind host Collinsville. The Grove girls finished with 130 points, nine points behind the Lady Cardinals.

The Grove girls won five gold medals, led by a win in the 1600-meter relay in which the Lady Ridgerunners finished 27 seconds ahead of second place Collinsville.

Caitlin Bales also claimed another first place in the 100-meter dash, running the event in 12.92. Ashleigh Tramel won the 400-meter run in a shade under 64 seconds, while Emily Iverson had her highest jump of the year in the high jump, cleaing 5’10” to claim the title. Kat Johnson rounded out the gold medalists with another title in the discus, throwing 114’7”.

Bales also claimed second place in the 300-meter hurdles, while Blair Thomas nabbed a silver in the 800 meters. The Lady Ridgerunners also claimed second in the 3200-meter relay.

Other medalists include: Peri Lane, fifth in the 800 meters, Michaela Werner, third in the 3200 meters, Erin Swartz, sixth in the 100-meter hurdles, Ashley Hampton, fourth in the 300-meter hurdles, Blair Thomas, sixth in the long jump, and Braleigh Bechtol, fourth in the pole vault.