National Girls Performer Of The Week (6/3-6/9) (Poll Closed)

  • Claudine Smith, Atlantic City (NJ): Popped a big TJ with a mark of 42-4 at the New Jersey Meet of Champions
    3 votes

  • Lindsey Butler, Corning (NY): Won her first individual state title in the 800m (2:06.88) and then helped pace Corning to a fifth-place in the 4x800 on a 2:05.7 split and a seventh-place in the 4x400 with a 55.1 split
    2,316 votes

  • Jan'Taijah Ford, Oakland Park Northeast (FL): She ran under 52 seconds for the first time in her career in the 400m, No. 14 all-time, for a time of 51.57 seconds
    6 votes

  • Michaela Hawkins, Roseville (MN): Won a state discus title in Minnesota with a mark of 156-0
    2 votes

  • Jada Kenner, Tapestry Charter (NY): Have to give a seventh-grader credit for earning a sprint double in a state as fast as New York. Kenner went 11.90 in the 100m and 23.83 in the 200m
    34 votes

  • Chloe Gonzalez, North Hunterdon (NJ): Took down Abby Loveys in New Jersey's Meet of Champions in the 1600m, going a personal best of 4:47.21
    15 votes

  • Briana Williams, Oakland Park Northeast (FL): Pulled off another remarkable double, hitting a wind-legal 11.02 on the clock in the 100m -- No. 2 all-time -- and coming back for a win in the 200m in 20.88.
    30 votes

  • Tyra Wilson, Rock Bridge (GA): Doubled at the Great Southwest Classic in the 100mH (13.52) and 300mH (40.79), running a US No. 2 time time on the latter distance
    2,606 votes


Poll posted 4 months ago.

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