Rome closes out spring break
Rome High’s track and field team competed in its third meet over spring break Friday night at the Friday Night Lights event at Starr’s Mill High School.
The girls finished ninth out of 21 teams, while the boys were 18th out of 25.
“Our kids continue to work hard,” Rome coach Nick Bridges said. “We are still ironing out some wrinkles right now and getting the right folks in the right places for us to be successful. I’m very proud of our team and their commitment to being great.”
Jataria Jackson took s econd i n t he girls’ 100-meter dash and third in the 200, while Marquis Glanton finished second in the boys’ triple jump.
Rome will be back in action Thursday when it hosts the Floyd County Championships at Barron Stadium.