Camille Hanna of Milton won the high jump for the second straight meet, setting a personal record to take first place in indoor track and field at the University of Vermont on January 11.

Carson Bianchi earned a second in the 55-meter dash and was fourth in the 400 meters. In addition to clearing 5 feet, 2 inches for the first time, Hanna was part of a fourway tie for second in the pole vault.

The runners had a strong showing in the distance events at UVM, where Zach Popke was second and Mike Ferro third in the 1,000. Ferro also placed fourth in the 1,590 and Pople eighth in the 600.