Francom cleared 13-feet, 6-inches to win the boys’ title. Casey Skillingstad of Yankton was second at 13-0.
Huron had a strong showing in the girls’ competition, claiming three of the top five spots.
Tessa Musil won the event for the Tigers with a vault of 10-0, while teammate Lexy Chase was second at 9-6. Kamelia Schneider was fourth for Huron at 9-0.
The Tigers also had several placewinners in the sophomore meet, which was held in conjunction with the varsity meet.
Katie Schoenfelder claimed the top spot in the shot put with a mark of 31-1.75. She also was sixth in the discus with a distance of 82-8.5.
Samantha Zell was third for Huron in the 100 hurdles at 18.2 seconds, while Michelle Johnson was fourth in the 800 at 2:43.0.
Trent Francom and Ryan Harvey finished second and third, respectively, for the Tigers in the sophomore boys’ pole vault using jumps of 10-6.
Thursday’s meet, which was not originally on the schedule, was the first for the Huron track teams since the Huron Invitational on April 5 at Tiger Stadium.
The Tigers will travel to Aberdeen today for the Al Sahli Invitational at 11 a.m.