National Boys Performer Of The Week (5/27-6/2) (Poll Closed)

  • Noah Malone, Hamilton Southeastern (IN): Set a Para Athletics World record in the 200m, winning Indiana's state title in 21.33 seconds; he also was second in the 100m (10.73) and anchored the team's fourth-place 4x100 finish
    0.93%
    8 votes

     
  • Langston Jackson, Lexington Henry Clay (KY): Set a state record in the 100m in his final regular season meet, going 10.23 seconds, then also won the 200m in 20.73 seconds.
    0.58%
    5 votes

     
  • AJ Green, Eastview (MN): Green was the first athlete in the country to go under 1:50 in the 800m this season, hitting 1:49.83 on the clock in his sectional race
    1.63%
    14 votes

     
  • Jaren Holmes, Riverbend (VA): He won the Group 6A TJ, LJ and HJ -- though no performance was better than his wind-legal TJ of 50-1.5 (+0.6)
    90.21%
    774 votes

     
  • Justin Braun, Thomas Worthington (OH): Just a freshman, Braun beat out state favorite Zarik Brown in the 400m and ran a US No. 10 mark of 46.76 seconds to win his first state outdoor title
    0.93%
    8 votes

     
  • Cole Sprout, Valor Christian (CO): The Colorado athlete was all-in on the mile at the Music City Distance Carnival, winning in 4:04.19, a US No. 1 time
    4.43%
    38 votes

     
  • Kashon Harrison, Kirtland Central (NM): Finishing out his high school career, Harrison scored his first sub-9 race in the 3200m in winning the high school second at the Music City Distance Carnival in 8:55.27
    0.7%
    6 votes

     
  • Cayden Spencer-Thomas, Mattanawcook Academy (ME): How about a triple to finish out his high school career: He won the HJ (6-11), LJ (23-2.75) and TJ (48-3.75)
    0.58%
    5 votes

     

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