National Boys Performer Of The Week (12/26-1/1)

* Nicholas Frattina (left) earned performer of the week in week three for his US No. 6 performance at the Dick DeSchriver Invitational; Premier Wynn (right) earns a nomination in week four for his US No. 3 300m win at The Armory HS Holiday Classic.

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Leading into the holiday season, Mount Olive (NJ) talent Nicholas Frattina made a statement in the shot put ring.

A throw of 57-6.5 to win the shot put at the Dick DeSchriver Invitational on Dec. 22 moved Frattina into the top 10 on the national leaderboards.

It also earned the Cornell University signee National Boys Performer Of The Week in the third poll of the indoor season, taking home 87-percent of the vote.

In week four of the indoor season and moving into the new year, some new names emerged into the national spotlight as they came away with big wins and PRs at end-of-year invitationals.

Continue below to vote for your National Boys Performer Of The Week from meets contested from Dec. 26 - Jan. 1.


VOTE: National Boys Performer Of The Week (Dec. 26 - Jan. 1)


Tinoda Matsatsa, St. Andrew's Episcopal (MD): Ran a new US No. 1 1:51.78 to win the 800m by nearly nine seconds at the F.I.A. Holiday Indoor Classic.

Everton Muir, Newton North (MA): Clocked a personal best and US No. 6 6.38 in the 55m to win the event at the Boston Holiday Challenge.

Premier Wynn, Pennsauken (NJ): Won the 300m at The Armory HS Holiday Classic with the third-fastest time in the nation of 34.35.

Michail Rose, Landry Academy (VA): Placed first in both the 66mH and 200m at the F.I.A. Holiday Indoor Classic, clocking winning times of 8.25 and 22.49, respectively. Rose also contested the 60m and finished 11th.

Lucas Kehoe, Wakefield Memorial (MA): Won the high jump, long jump and 55m at the Middlesex Freedom League Block meet, and his high jump win came thanks to a new US No. 2 mark of 6-8.

Alexander Sadikov, Ocean Township (NJ): Ran a US No. 2 48.50 to win the 400m at The Armory Holiday HS Classic.