Vote: Top girls track & field athlete of the week, June 4 (Poll Closed)

  • Cincinnati Country Day 4x200 relay team - The CCD team of senior Ayanna Kemp, sophomores Anushka Nair and Joely Virzi and freshman Kamryn Jordan ran a 1:44.90, good for fourth overall.
    32 votes

  • Jill Vogler, McNicholas – After having ACL surgery in the fall, the sophomore placed sixth in the state in the 400-meter with a time of 58.65.
    313 votes

  • Amaya King, Mason – She took home third place in the shot put with a heave of 44-04.75, while also placing seventh in the discus.
    26 votes

  • Samantha Bush, Turpin – She placed third in the 1,600-meter with a sub-five-minute time of 4:54.77.
    30 votes

  • J’Alyiea Smith, Withrow - Smith claimed the DI state title in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.83. The Arkansas signee won state titles in the 300 hurdles as a sophomore and a junior and helped Withrow claim three-straight team track championships in her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons. On Saturday, she also placed fifth in the state in both the high jump and long jump.
    52 votes

  • Lakota East girls 4x100 relay - The team of senior Abigail Stoughton, juniors Kaylyn Heath and Danni Stoughton and sophomore Serena Clark recorded a time of 47.21 to claim the state title in the 4x100 relay.
    37 votes

  • Angel Gazaway, Princeton - The Viking senior made her first trip to the state meet, winning the Division I 300-meter hurdles with a time of 42.44. She also placed seventh in the 100 hurdles (14.54) and helped the Princeton 4x400 relay place fifth in the state (3:51.08).
    84 votes


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