ARMA — The Northeast High School track and field team closed out the season with a fourth place finish by the boys’ with a tally of 72 points, and a fourth place finish by the girls with a total of 52 points in the TRL Track Meet on Friday.

VIKINGS TAKE THIRD IN TRL

Northeast was led by Daniel Balk who won first in the Pole Vault, clearing a height of 8 feet and six inches.

Ramiro Rosete placed fourth in the 100-meter dash, closing in at a time of 11.18 seconds.

Rosete also took second in the 110 high hurdles with a time of 15:63, while his teammate Jasper Atchison placed fifth with a time of 17:46.

Atchison took fourth overall in the 1600, closing in at 5 minutes and 7.42 seconds.

Lucas Allen placed sixth in the 200 with a time of 24.7 seconds.

Rosete and Atchison won third and fourth in the 300 intermediate hurdles respectively, crossing at a time of 44.57 and 45.46.

Atchison represented the Vikings in the 3200, taking fourth with a time of 11:45.02.

The Vikings’ 4X100 relay team took sixth with a time of 52.13, while the 4X400 relay team took fourth with a time of 4:20.98.

Northeast’s 4X800 relay team placed third with a time of 9:35.54.

Kenneth Atchison took sixth in the 800, closing in at 2:24.56.

Jared Napier placed sixth in the discus with a throw of 100-9.

Ethan Balk won fourth in the high jump, clearing a height of 5’4.

Napier won second in the Javelin with toss of 131-7.

In the shot put, Byron Whitaker placed fifth in the shot put with a distance of 39-1 and Ethan Balk placed sixth in the triple jump with a leap of 35-7 ½.

NHS GIRLS TAKE FOURTH

Carlee Beard won first in the shot put, totaling a distance of 34-1 ½.

Kyla Zornes placed third in the 100 with a time of 12:93, while Sidney Masien placed third in the 100 high hurdles, finishing at 19.25.

Zornes also placed fifth in the 200 with a time of 29.16.

Masien represented the Vikings in the 300 low hurdles, placing third with a time of 55.36.

The Vikings’ 4X400 team placed third with a time of 4:52.84.

Beard also placed second in the discuss with a throw good for 96-3 ¾ and third in the javelin with a toss of 85-1.

Autumn Engalnd took fifth in the triple jump, totalling a distance of 26-2.

— Jordan Buckamneer is the sports editor of the Pittsburg Morning Sun. E-mail him at jbuckamneer@morningsun.net and follow him on Twitter @jbuckamneer.