National Girls Performer Of The Week (9/9-9/15) (Poll Closed)

  • Tatum David, Richland (IL): The freshman produced the fastest overall time at the First To The Finish Invitational, winning the Class 2A girls race in a US No. 2 3-mile time of 6:37.00
    36 votes

  • Jenna Hutchins, Science Hill (TN): Hutchins scored a PR and her second straight win, winning the Eye Opener Invitational in a US No. 8 time of 17:14.10
    586 votes

  • Brynn Brown, Denton Guyer (TX): This is the second straight week Brown finds herself among the nominees. Her remarkable 16:12.00 effort is well deserving, as she rolled through the MileSplit Texas Invitational in a new US No. 1 time -- No. 2 on the books all-time for the 5K in XC.
    211 votes

  • Fiona Max, Summit (WA): The No. 1 runner on the nation's No. 1 team opened her season at the Northwest Classic, running for a PR and new US No. 9 time of 17:14.30, picking up the win
    14 votes

  • Bethany Graham, John Champe (VA): Graham won a competitive race at the Oatlands Invitational, scoring her second straight sub-18 time in 17:57.00
    19 votes

  • Zofia Dudek, Ann Arbor Pioneer (MI): In an elite race featuring some of the country's top runners, Dudek staked her claim among the ranked and won the MSU Spartan Invitational in a US No. 4 time of 17:08.60
    38 votes

  • Erin Strzelecki, Fort Wayne Bishop (IN): The senior from Indiana ran the sixth-fastest time of the weekend -- and the 12th nationally -- to win the Marion Invitational in 17:24.40
    10 votes

  • Sofie Matson, Falmouth (ME): The Maine standout went 17:29.36 at the Southern Maine Classic, which was a new PR and her first effort under 18 minutes
    112 votes


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