National Boys Performer Of The Week (Feb. 17-23) (Poll Closed)
Myles Collins, Archer (GA): He ran the fastest 1,600m in February history, going 4:08.78 at the Big Mouth Signs Meet at Archer -- he also added a time of 1:57.53 in the 800m.
Johnny Brackins, Lee's Summit (MO): He scored two national weekend-leading efforts in the 60mH (8.06) and the TJ (47-5) and was second in the LJ (24-6.5) -- but it was that last one which finished as a US No. 2 effort.
Jevon Williams, Blanche Ely (FL): One of the country's top hurdlers won both the 110mH/300mH at the Cardinal Gibbons BCAA Meet, going 14.02 and 37.11, respectively -- the latter of which was a US No. 3 time.
Emanuel Joseph, North Rockland (NY): The hurdler went a new US No. 1 time of 7.21 seconds in the 55mH at his Section 1 State Qualifier.
Stephen Harris, Billerica Memorial (MA): Posted a US No. 11 performance of 34.27 seconds in the 300m at the MIAA All-State Championships.
Gavin Sherry, Conard (CT): The sophomore posted his best overall 3,200m effort, scoring a time of 8:54.47 at the CIAC State Open Indoor Championships.
Leo Dashbach, Highland (AZ): The Arizona distance standout went US No. 2 in the mile at the UW High School Invitational, posting a PR indoor time of 4:05.96.
Dylan Targgart, Coldwater (MI): He upped his US No. 1 in the shot put to 65-6 at the MITS State Indoor Championships.
Caleb Hagan, Sherwood (OR): Scored two wins in the 60m/200m at the UW High School Invitational, posting times of 6.78 and 21.82, which were US No. 9 and US No. 38 performances, respectively.
Jaden Price-Whitehead, Upper Duplin (PA): He became the first long jumper over 25-feet in 2020, going 25-feet flat at the TFCAofGP Meet of Champions.
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