* Taylor Cox (left) won this week's NPOTW poll for the indoor season; Madison Whyte (right) is a nominee for week five of the season
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Union Catholic's (NJ) Taylor Cox essentially picked up where she left off from last winter.
She ended her 2022 season with a personal best in the 55mH with an 8.02, which was en route to her victory at the New Balance Nationals Indoor where she clocked an 8.61.
This year, in her fourth 55mH race, she clocked an 8.01 to take the title at the Armory HS Holiday Classic and moved up to No. 3 on the national rankings. Her performance earned her this week's National Girls Performer Of The Week as she accumulated 31 percent of the popular votes.
It's time now 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.
Here are the nominations for the National Girls Performer Of The Week Poll:
Madison Whyte, Heritage Newport News (VA): At the Liberty Premier Invitational, Whyte clocked a No. 4 all-time performance in the 300m where she won the title in 37.17. She also won the 55m in 6.96 for a new season's best.
Makeriah Harris, Scotlandville (LA): At the LSU High School Classic, Harris sprinted to a 8.57 in the 60mH prelims for a new personal best and meet record before she won the title in 8.71.
Cady McPhail, Chelsea (AL): The Auburn signee clocked a new 1,600m personal best of 4:44.93 at the Ice Breaker #2 to be US No. 1 in this event.
Camryn Cole, Webster Schroeder (NY): Over the weekend, Cole cleared 5-11 in the high jump. This is the highest clearance of the year by two inches.
Elizabeth Tapper, Hempfield Area (PA): During the weekend, Tapper threw a US No. 1 throw in the shot put with a 49-1.5.
Karrie Baloga, Cornwall (NY): At the Armory Hispanic Games, Baloga ran a meet record and the second-fastest 3K in the country with a 9:25.64.
Abby Faith Cheeseman, The Webb School (TN): After coming off a fourth-place finish at the Champs Sports Cross Country National Championships, Cheeseman clocked a US No. 2 performance of 10:33.81 in the two mile.