Victoria Perrow, Nathan Mountain Land Big Brooks PR Wins

* Victoria Perrow secured an impressive Brooks PR win on Friday in Seattle

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Anywhere Victoria Perrow went this spring, she won. 

There were meets in South Carolina and Virginia and Georgia and New York.

It never mattered. The Bullis School senior always found a way to secure wins in the 100m or the 200m. 

And so Friday provided another opportunity for Perrow to show just what she was made of at Brooks PR in Renton, Washington.  

She didn't disappoint. 

Perrow earned a win in a star-studded 100m, running a U.S. No. 4 time of 11.37 seconds to take down a field that included Kenondra Davis, Autumn Wilson, Raven Nunnery and Hannah Douglas

Davis was second in 11.38 and Wilson was third in 11.39.

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Perhaps just as impressive, though, was the boys 800m, where Canfield's (OH) Nick Plant continued his spectacular junior campaign. 

Plant moved up to US No. 3 with his winning effort of 1:49.39, while The Woodlands graduate Joshua English was second in 1:49.52 and Old Bridge's Nicholas Medeiros was third in 1:49.75.

Over in the boys 2-mile, some truly exhilarating racing took place. But while Cherry Creek's Parker Wolfe set the tone early, it was Cincinnati St. Xavier's (OH) Nathan Mountain who waited for the right moment to strike. 

Mountain raced off Wolfe's shoulder for roughly six laps until the final 200 meters, ushering one final surge as he won in a US No. 2 time of 8:42.16. Wolfe was second in 8:43.91. 

Two others broke 8:50, with Jesuit's (CA) Ajani Salcido finishing third in 8:46.32 and Larry Josh Edwards scoring a fourth-place nod in 8:46.32.

In the girls mile, fresh off her U.S. Olympic Trials performance in the 800m, Juliette Whittaker ran a US No. 2 time of 4:38.65. Cherry Creek's Riley Stewart was second in 4:40.66 and Crescenta Valley's Mia Barnett, who led for much of the way, was third in 4:42.00.

Michigan's Udodi Onwuzurike ran a career best and wind-legal 10.23 in the 100m, while Aaron Bell followed in 10.33 and Anthony Smith was third in 10.45.

The boys mile featured a wild last lap that saw a 56-second 400m kick from Borah's Nathan Green, who won in 4:01.76. Indiana's Lucas Guerra dropped five seconds off his PR to finish second in 4:04.74 -- which also was the No. 2 time in Indiana history, too. Gary Martin was third in 4:04.93.

In the boys 110mH final, Dillard's Jerry Philippe lowered the nation's No. 1 time down to 13.45, in doing so beating Leonard Mustari, who had defeated Philippe at the state championships. Mustari was second in 13.59 and Malik Mixon was third in 13.64.

The girls 100mH featured the same star power. Miami Northwestern's Eddiyah Frye ran a US No. 1 time of 13.35. Dunbar's Lucheyona Weaver was second in 13.55. Amanda Kinloch was third in 13.67.

The girls 800m featured another breathtaking run from Allison Ince, who ran the third-fastest freshman performance ever in 2:03.98. Addy Wiley was second in 2:04.40 and Allison Johnson was third in 2:05.20.

Justin Braun won the boys 400m in 46.56, Charlie Bartholomew was second in 46.66 and Markevus Jackson was third in 47.36.

Kennedi Sanders won the girls 400m in a US No. 2 time of 52.62, while Stevens Point junior Roisin Willis was second in 52.64. North Carolina's Kayla Davis was third in 53.06 -- securing her fastest time at the distance since 2019.

The girls 2-mile featured another dominant performance from Stanford signee Audrey Dadamio, who finished in 10:02.88. Charlotte Bednar was second in 10:06.14 and Chloe Scrimgeour was third in 10:06.22.