National Girls Performer Of The Week (2/3-2/9) (Poll Closed)

  • Marlee Starliper, Northern (PA): Check off another crazy race for Starliper. She ran the fifth-fastest girls high school mile time ever, going 4:37.76, and it was sixth-fastest all-time through 1,500 meters in a time of 4:19.40.
    118 votes

  • Makayla Paige, Tewksbury Memorial (MA): The prep from Massachusetts kept her national lead in the 600m safe with another big win this one coming at the Millrose Games, with a new US No. 1 lowering of 1:30.28.
    11 votes

  • Chanice Spicer, Brewbaker Tech (AL): Spicer won two AHSAA Class 4A-5A indoor state titles, claiming wins in the 60m (7.65) and 400m (56.09).
    1,435 votes

  • Jasmine Jones, Greater Atlanta Christian/ATL Zoom: Tied for the eighth-fastest 60mH time in history, going 8.12 seconds at the South Carolina Invitational.
    310 votes

  • Athing Mu, Trenton TC (NJ): She posted her second fastest indoor 800m ever, going 2:04.08 against a round of professionals at the Camel City Elite Invitational, finishing third overall with a No. 6 all-time effort of 2:04.08
    15 votes

  • Shawnti Jackson, Wakefield (NC): The fast-rising freshman sprinter beat a stacked 60m field in the high school girls field at the Millrose Games, winning in a time of 7.40 seconds -- she came through the 55m in a US No. 1 time of 6.87 seconds.
    20 votes

  • Monique Hardy, Webster Thomas (NY): US No. 2 all-time in the weight throw, Hardy went 66-11.25 at the Millrose Games on Thursday.
    239 votes

  • Tess Stapleton, Fairfield Ludlowe (CT): She had two national-level performances in the 55mH (US No. 13 8.08) and the LJ (18-11.75, a top 20 jump) at the FCIAC Indoor Championships.
    19 votes


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