National Girls Performer Of The Week (11/28-12/4)

* Lillie Bogdan (left) won this week's NPOTW poll for the cross country season; Irene Riggs (right) is a nominee for week 14 of the season

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Ahead of the Team Nationals, Frontier's sophomore Lillie Bogdan won her fourth 5K of the season at the New York Regional meet. 

When she faced a loaded region, she put the pieces together to clock an 18:24 for the victory. Her performance equaled a 143 speed rating.

Throughout the week, Bogdan earned 62-percent of the popular vote to be named this week's National Girls Performer Of The Week.

This weekend there were two national meets that took the stage while indoor season has begun in Virginia, Ohio and other states in the US. 

It's now time to vote for our next winner. 

We will recognize a winner every week in this poll, with nominations handed out on Monday. The poll will end on Friday and winners will be announced the following Monday. 


VOTE: National Girls Performer Of The Week (Nov. 28 - Dec. 4)

Here are the nominations for the National Girls Performer Of The Week Poll:

Irene Riggs, Morgantown (WV): Riggs won her first Team Nationals title with a 16:40 and earned a 165 speed rating. 

Payton Godsey, Oaks Christian (CA): Godsey won the RunningLane Cross Country Championships in 17:28 for 5K in Huntsville, Alabama. 

Sophia Gorriaran, Moses Brown School (RI): Gorriaran opened up her indoor season at the Boston University Sharon Colyear-Danville Season Opener with a 4:37.54 personal best in the mile. This was the sixth-fastest mile all-time performance. 

Madison Whyte, Heritage (VA): The USC signee won the VA Beach Opener with a 38.10 300m performance. 

Juliette Laracuente-Huebner, Mar. Highland (OH): The University of Cincinnati signee won the high jump and triple jumps with personal bests of 5-9 and 41-8.5 at the University of Findlay Dave's Running High School Series #1. 

Camden Bentley, Gah. Lincoln (OH): At the Malcolm Athletic Center, the University of Kentucky signee opened up her season with an 8.48 personal best in the 60mH. 

NPOTW Winners