* Cady McPhail (left) won this week's NPOTW poll for the indoor season; Shawnti Jackson (right) is a nominee for week six of the season
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For the second time this season, Chelsea's (AL) Cady McPhail has earned the National Girls Performer Of The Week.
In her third meet of the season, the Auburn signee put together a 4:44.93 in the 1,600m to set a new personal best at the Ice Breaker Invitational. Her performance was the fastest time recorded so far this season while she lowered Alabama's state record.
Over the week, McPhail earned 56-percent of the votes to be the National Girls Performer Of The Week.
It's time now time to vote for this week's winner.
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:
Micayah Holland, Montverde Academy (FL): The Texas signee made a statement at the VA Showcase in the sprints as she raced to the sprint double in the 60m and 200m. She debut her indoor season with new personal bests and No. 1 times of 7.21 and 23.53.
Shawnti Jackson, South Granville (NC): At the VA Showcase, Jackson produced her second national high school record-breaking performance. In the 300m, Jackson took down Sydney McLaughlin's record from 36.82 to 36.63. She also ran a No. 11 all-time 500m with a 1:11.94 to finish second at the meet.
Sophia Gorriaran, Moses Brown School (RI): In one of the most anticipated races of the weekend, Gorriaran won the VA Showcase Invitational 500m with a No. 1 time of 1:11.35. She also won the 800m in a solo effort of 2:03.16.
Paityn Noe, Ballard (IA): At the Arkansas HS Invitational, the Arkansas signee clocked a US No. 3 performance of 9:35.14 in the 3K.
Akala Garrett, Albermarle (NC): The Texas signee and World U20 400mH champion faced the short hurdles at the VA Showcase. Over 5 barriers, Garrett set a new US No. 1 time in the 60mH of 6.28.
Amanda Moll, Capital (WA): The reigning indoor and outdoor national record-holder in the pole vault became the first girl to clear 15 feet. At the National Pole Vault Summit, she cleared 15-1.5.
India Alix, Klein (TX): The current US No. 1 long jumper had another big jump at the Carl Lewis Invitational. The Florida recruit leads the nation with a 20-11.75 from earlier this season. This weekend she jumped to a 19-11.5 and 40-0 in the triple jump.