Brian Hanson set an Oak Ridge High School record on Saturday at the King/Gilbert Track and Field Invitational at Granite Bay High School. Hanson won the pole vault with a vault of 14 feet, 7 inches, which broke Alek Hoffman’s school record by one inch on a vault that he made last year. Hanson’s vault, despite cool and windy conditions, is the area’s top vault so far this spring. Hanson was just one of many athletes who won events for the Trojans. The freshman-sophomore girls’ team won the meet and had several standout performers, including Shannon Trumbull, who won three events including the 100-meter dash (13.46 seconds), 100-meter hurdles (15.76) and the 300-meter hurdles (50.93). Maxine Goyette and Jessica Emde also did well for the freshman-sophomore girls, each winning three events. Emde won the high jump (5’3”), the long jump (15’2.5”) and ran on the winning 4x400-meter relay with Goyette, LeeAnn Hold and Taylor Ashby in 4:38.80. Goyette also won the 800 meters (2:32.91) and the 1,600 meters (5:31.86), while Hold placed first in the 3,200 meters in 12:05.75. The varsity girls had four winners, including Samantha Ralstin and Hayley Scott, who won the 800 meters and 1,600 meters, respectively. Ralstin’s winning time was 2:19.46, while Scott posted a time of 5:15.39. Sarah Vaughn won the high jump with the bar at 5’6”, while Timery Mueller took first in the long jump with a leap of 16’6”. Oak Ridge faces Union Mine in a dual meet today at 3:30 p.m.