National Girls Performer Of The Week (10/21-10/27) (Poll Closed)

  • Kate Wiser, Pomperaug (CT): It was a meet record and a massive confidence-boost for Wiser this weekend, who won the CIAC Divisional L Championship in 17:39.00
    1,793 votes

  • Parker Valby, East Lake (FL): The recent Florida commit won the FHSAA District 4A-3 race in 17:29.10
    12 votes

  • Mattalyn Geddes, Twin Falls (ID): Watch out for the returning NXN All-American, who dropped her first sub-18 of the season at the Idaho Class 4A District Championship, a race she won in 17:27.60
    3 votes

  • Caroline Mcleskey, Highland (AZ): Leo Daschbach isn't the only star on the Highland High team; Mcleskey won two big races over four days, winning the Gilbert District Championship in 17:40.10 before responding with another win on Oct. 26 at the Eye of the Tiger Invitational in 17:26.00.
    1,016 votes

  • Kylie Hartnett, Helena (MT): The sophomore won Montana's Class AA state championship race, dropping a time of 17:49.68, the only mark under 18 minutes in the girls field.
    11 votes

  • Lauren Ping, Desert Vista (AZ): It's been an uber-successful seaosn for Ping, and she won the D1/D2 Team Sweepstakes race at Mt. SAC, posting a time of 16:47.00.
    341 votes

  • Margot Appleton, Portsmouth Abbey (RI): Appleton's breakthrough race came at the Mayor's Cup, where the high school junior put down a career best 17:14 for 5K
    26 votes

  • Eliza Arrington, Lone Peak (UT): Arrington has been one of Lone Peak's best assets in 2019, and she helped lead the squad to a team title on Wednesday with an individual state championship, winning the Class 6A race in 17:55.7
    15 votes


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