National Performer Of The Week (2/24-3/1) (Poll Closed)
Carly Strong, Sheridan (AR): Posted a triple win at Arkansas' Class 5A Indoor Championships, winning the 60m (7.59), 200m (24.78) and 400m (56.98). She was also third in the LJ.
Tess Stapleton, Fairfield Ludlowe (CT): Ludlowe continues to dominate her region and came away from the New England Championships with two wins and two PRs in the 55m (7.88, US No. 4) and the LJ (19-6.5, US No. 6).
Brooke Rauber, Tully (NY): First international race. First 6K. No problem. She won the women's race at the Pan American U20 Championships, finishing in 23:12.
Alyssa Jones, Miami Southridge (FL): The star high jumper cleared 6-0.75 at the Spartan Invitational, earning a new national lead.
Nylah Wiggins, Western Branch (VA): She surprised the 500m field at the VHSL Class 6 State Indoor Championships, winning the race in 1:15.25 against a talented field that included Aaliyah Pyatt.
Juliette Whittaker, Mount De Sales (MD): She was one of three girls to go under 2:04 in the 800m across the country on the weekend -- but she posted the best of them all, going 2:03.01, which is No. 3 all-time indoors.
Brynn Brown, Denton Guyer (TX): The Texan had a tremendous double at the Coppell Relays, winning the 1,600m/3,200m in times of 4:50.77 and 9:58.58, respectively.
Sydney Billington, Bentonville (AR): Talk about the jump of a lifetime. Billington improved by five inches to win the high jump at the Arkansas Indoor Championships with a clearance of 5-10 -- that was six inches higher than any previous performance by her in 2020.
Riley Ammenhauser, Neuqua Valley (IL): She finally connected, posting a US No. 3 triple jump of 41-3.75 at the Plainfield North Tiger Relays -- her effort was part of three wins on the day, including others in the LJ (19-5) and 55m (7.32).
Lea Hatcher, Morgantown (WV): She ran a US No. 3 effort in the 3,200m, posting a time of 10:13.81 at the Marshall University HS Invitaitonal.
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