National Boys Performer Of The Week (12/30-1/5) (Poll Closed)
Laurenz Colbert, Eleanor Roosevelt (MD): The Maryland athlete scored his third straight sub-22 effort spanning from his last outdoor race, winning the Hispanic Games 200m in 21.64.
Jaden Price-Whitehead, Upper Dublin (PA): He had a US No. 1 leap of 24-2.75 in the long jump this past weekend -- his second mark over 24 indoors and third overall.
Sean Dixon-Bodie, Bloomfield (CT): Bodie had the top triple jump performance of the weekend, and a new US No. 1 mark with his 51-6.5 mark -- his second mark over 50-feet indoors and third overall.
Michael Bourne, Cosby (VA): He won a competitive 55mH final at the Bulldog Invite, crossing the finish with a new US No. 5 time of 7.36.
Cameron Rose, Hickory Ridge (NC): Rose continued his ascent into the elite ranks, setting his third US No. 1 with a 33.79 in the 300m at the Bulldog Invite -- he also won the 55m in 6.45, a US No. 16 mark.
Ben Greene, Falmouth (ME): What a PR. Greene took 8 seconds off his indoor PR and 9 off his outdoor best to win the 800m in 1:56.73 at the SMAA: West meet -- that set a new senior division record and was a US No. 8 time.
Kwamere White, Henninger (NY): He sported a 2-inch PR with his 6-9 leap in the high jump at the John Arcaro Memorial Session, which is a new US No. 1.
Nathan Cooper, Dothan (AL): Cooper set a US No. 2 mark in the shot put with his 59-7.5 mark at the Ice Breaker Invite -- a 6-inch PR compared to his best from the last indoor season.
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