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

  • Kendall Kramer (AK): The Alaskan star went 17:32.99 on September 7, which is roughly 31 seconds faster than she was at this point last season
    271 votes

  • Brooke Rauber, Tully (NY): She ran the fastest overall time at the V-V-S Invitational over the weekend, hitting 18:11.60 on the clock to win the last race of the day for girls
    9 votes

  • Brynn Brown, Denton Guyer (TX): In her season opener, Brown won the Southlake Carroll Invitational in a time of 17:17.19
    6 votes

  • Kelsey Harrington, Virginia (VA): She posted a big win at the Knights Crossing XC Invite, securing a personal record of 17:13.50
    14 votes

  • Marlee Starliper, Northern (PA): Starliper set a new US No. 1 mark for 5K, going 16:30.00 at the LVC Invitational
    98 votes

  • Katelynne Hart, Glenbard West (IL): Hart posted a course record and US No. 1 mark for 3-Miles at the Hornet/Red Devil Invitational, going 16:28.70 to win -- despite a missed turn toward the end
    58 votes

  • Eliza Arrington, Lone Peak (UT): She scored a big win at the Murray Invitational, hitting 17:17.00 on the clock for slightly less than 3-miles
    9 votes

  • Sydney Thorvaldson, Rawlins (CO): Fired out the gate with a time of 16:40.60 at the Liberty Bell Invitational; she's one of just two girls under 17-minutes for 5K thus far this season
    232 votes


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