National Girls Performer Of The Week (1/18-1/24)

* Brewbaker Tech's Chanice Spicer is a nominee for Week 7 of the NPOTW

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Eddiyah Frye, our Week 6 National Girls Performer of the Week winner, was nearly flawless in her hurdles victory at The VA Showcase last week. 

In the 55mH, Frye won the title in a new personal best of 7.81 seconds to become the fastest girl in the nation at the distance. 

In the finals, the UNC commit faced stiff competition from around the country such as Lucheyona Weaver of Dunbar (FL) and Zariyah Black of Eastern Guilford (NC). But Frye blasted out of the blocks and was the first sprinter to clear the first hurdle. From there, no one in the field was able to catch her. 

Her race ties for the top 40 performance on the national high school all-time list in this event. 

After a stellar weekend, Frye earned a total of 317 tallies, which led to over 56-percent of the votes. Congratulations Frye on a strong 55mH race at the VA Showcase.

Now it's time to vote for this week's poll.

Vote for whom you think should win this week's national honor following this most recent week of action. Voting will end Friday, and we'll recognize the winner every Monday during the unveiling of the newest poll.

Vote below in the poll and let us know your thoughts in the comments. For reference, check our Top 250 Performances of the Week. You can also vote in our National Boys Performer of the Week poll