National Girls Performer Of The Week (1/20-1/26) (Poll Closed)
Monique Hardy, Webster Thomas (NY): She earned the double-win in the shot put and weight throw at the Trent Jackson/Cedric Walker Invite, upping her US No. 1 in the weight to 63 feet.
Alissa Braxton, Commack (NY): The New York athlete shot up to US No. 2 in the triple jump after her leap of 41 feet, 2.5 inches at the Ocean Breeze High School Invitational, her first effort over 41-feet this indoor season.
Leah Pasqualetti, Orchard Park (NY): Leah become the ninth athlete to surpass 14-feet in the pole vault with her US No. 1 and career best 14-foot mark at the Trent Jackson/Cedric Walker Invitational -- a 9-inch PR!
Athing Mu, Trenton Track Club (NJ): It was a new US No. 1 for Mu in the 400m, a time of 53.14 at the Dr. Sander Columbia Challenge.
Sophia Gorriaran, Moses Brown (RI): The freshman made a statement this weekend, posting a US No. 2 in the 800m of 2:06.70 against collegians at the BU John Thomas Terrier Classic; she also posted a US No. 9 performance of 1:14.48 in the 500m.
Lucy Jenks, Newton South (MA): She won the girls mile title at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, going a US No. 2 mark of 4:47.83 and surging past Taryn Parks in the final meters.
Charlotte Bednar, Lawrenceville School (NJ): The young talent posted a US No. 1 in the 3,200m, going 10:22.64 at the Mercer-County Championships; she also won the 1,600m in 4:56.
Jayla Hollis, DeSoto (TX): She posted her third-consecutive sub-24 performance in the 200m this season, going 23.66 at the Texas Tech Under Armour High School Classic.
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