National Boys Performer Of The Week (9/2-9/8) (Poll Closed)

  • Evan Bishop, East Grand Rapids (MI): Don't look now, but Bishop is on course to break 15-minutes for 5K after his PR of 15:06.37 at the Bret Clements Bath Invitaitonal
    14 votes

  • Peyton Geehrer, Fayetteville-Manlius (NY): The junior from F-M led the Hornets on the ground at the V-V-S Invitational, hitting 16:15.70 on the clock and bringing home a dominating team title (merge) for F-M
    7 votes

  • Anish Nanjappa, River Hill (MD): The Maryland athlete won the Seahawk XC Invitational with a 3-mile time of 15:00.60 -- giving him a new PR for the distance
    60 votes

  • Parker Wolfe, Cherry Creek (CO): It's only right to also give credit to Wolfe, who finished second to Sprout at Liberty Bell. But he rocked a major PR of 14:47.30 for 5K, a US No. 2 time and a 39-second improvement from his previous best at the distance
    62 votes

  • Jack Jennings, Mendham (NJ): Big wins do matter. And Jennings came away with the win at PTXC 11, hitting 15:46.20 on the clock -- does Mendham have another 'Jack' standout on their hands?
    15 votes

  • Cole Sprout, Valor Christian (CO): He was an absolutely stud at Liberty Bell, putting down a ridiculous (20 second) meet record and a US No. 1 time of 14:38.40
    212 votes

  • Thomas Boyden, Skyline (UT): It was a personal record effort for Boyden at the Murray Invitational. He went 14:04.00 for a slightly less than 3-mile course.
    99 votes

  • Caleb Brown, Shelby (OH): The Ohio standout broke 15 minutes at the Tiffin Invitational, going 14:56 on the clock
    554 votes


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