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

* Sophia Gorriaran (left) won this week's NPOTW poll for the indoor season; Shawnti Jackson (right) is a nominee for week four of the season

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The star from Rhode Island left her statement early this indoor season.

Last weekend, the Moses Brown senior clocked her fourth US No. 1 time this season. And this time, it was in the 1,500m. At the RIIL Girls - Week 1 meet, Sophia Gorriaran crossed the finish line at 4:36.38 and she currently leads the country in this event by nearly two seconds. 

Throughout the week, Gorriaran earned 64-percent of the votes to be named this year's National Girls Performer Of The Week. 

It's time to vote for this week's indoor NPOTW. 

The poll will end on Friday and winners will be announced the following Monday. It's now time to vote for our next winner. 


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

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

Shawnti Jackson, South Granville (NC): The Arkansas signee left a statement at her indoor season debut at the FIA Holiday Indoor Classic. To bring in the new year, Jackson clocked two US No. 1 performances in the 60m and 400m. She sprinted to a 7.34 and a new personal best in the 400m with a 53.47. 

Elise Cooper, McDonogh School (MD): At the Armory HS Holiday Classic, the sophomore sprinted to a 23.74 in the 200m for a US No. 1 performance. 

Zariel Macchia, William Floyd (NY): The sophomore clocked a 10:33.22 to win the Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival in the two-mile. This was not only the fastest time of the year so far, but she also became the 26th fastest sophomore in history in this event. 

Kaleigh Higgins, Shaker (NY): The Providence College signee clocked a new personal best at the CNY Holiday Classic in the 1,500m. She ran the fastest time of the weekend with a 4:38.75. 

Taylor Cox, Union Catholic (NJ): At the Armory HS Holiday Classic, Cox sprinted to a US No. 3 time of 8.01 in the 55mH to take the victory. 

Myla Greene, Bullis School (MD): The Tennessee signee won the FIA Holiday Indoor Classic in the 60mH with an 8.65 to be US No. 5. 

Kourtney Rathke, Peak To Peak Charter School (CO): The junior cleared 13-6.5 in the pole vault at the ATB 550 Pole Vault Meet #3 and moved up to No. 2 on the national rankings. 

NPOTW Winners