National Girls Performer Of The Week (Poll Closed)

  • Tierra Hooker, Timber Creek (NJ): The high jumper scored a career best leap of 5-10 at the NSIAA Group Championships and also won the LJ with a mark of 19-0
    2 votes

  • Olivia Howell, Solon (OH): Doubled at Ohio's State Championships, running a PR of 2:08.60 in the 800m and a season best of 4:45.25 in the 1600m
    78 votes

  • Grace Stark, White Lake Lakeland (MI): After tearing her hamstring this year, Stark rehabbed and was back for her state meet, winning her second straight 100mH title in 13.43 seconds
    3 votes

  • Amari Brown, Milwaukee Rufus King (WI): Continued to tear up the track, doubling at Wisconsin's state meet with wins in the 100m (11.64) and 200m (23.40w)
    1 vote

  • Grace Boone, Pulaski County (VA): Scored a ridiculous triple at the Group 4A Championships, winning the 400m (56.62), 800m (2:11.48), 1600m (5:03.77)
    25 votes

  • Ramiah Elliott, Indianapolis North Central (IN): The freshman pocketed four state titles in the 200m (23.67), 400m (53.30), 4x100 and 4x400 to help North Central grab a state team title
    16 votes

  • Athing Mu, Trenton Track Club (NJ): Ran the No. 8 fastest 800m in high school history in 2:01.38 -- she's the sixth fastest female at the distance now all-time
    45 votes

  • Briana Williams, Oakland Park Northeast (FL): Ran the second fastest 100m performance of all-time at the JAC Open, going 11.10 (+0.2) seconds
    19 votes


Poll posted 4 months ago.

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