National Boys Performer Of The Week (1/9-1/15)

* Charles Perry (left) won National Boys Performer Of The Week in the season's fifth poll; Nyckoles Harbor (right) earns a nomination in week six for his 300m win at The VA Showcase.

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In the week five National Boys Performer Of The Week poll of the indoor season, UMS-Wright's (AL) Charles Perry took home the elusive win.

Perry made a statement at the Ice Breaker #2 meet on Jan. 7 with a 4:09.92 performance in the 1,600m, good for a personal best and US No. 1 at the time in the event.

The junior earned 35-percent of the vote en route to the weekly performer honor.

Now entering our sixth poll of the season, it may be one of the most star-studded lineups of nominees seen yet.

With action across the country at premiere meets, including The VA Showcase, Arkansas High School Invitational and more, a slew of nationally-ranked and all-time performances came from over the past seven days.

Vote below for your National Boys Performer of the Week for performances from Jan. 9 - 15.


VOTE: National Boys Performer Of The Week (Jan. 9 - 15)

Nyckoles Harbor, Archbishop Carroll (DC): Made his indoor debut at The VA Showcase where he clocked a US No. 1 33.90 to win the 300m. Harbor also contributed to a No. 4 all-time 4x200m relay performance of 1:26.42. 

Tinoda Matsatsa, St. Andrew's Episcopal (MD): Won both the 1,000m and the mile at The VA Showcase, clocking a new US No. 1 2:25.68 in the 1,000m and running 4:10.87 for a PR and third-best time nationally in the mile.

Zyaire Nuriddin, Montverde Academy (FL): Placed first in the 500m at The VA Showcase with a nation-leading time of 1:02.92, which also ranks him 13th all-time in the event. Nuriddin also finished second in the 300m with a US No. 2 mark of 33.92.

Jacob Cookinham, Bishop Stang (MA): Registered a PR of 67-4.5 to win the shot put at the East Coast Invitational by over 12 feet and move up to US No. 1 in the event.

 Zavien Wolfe, Memphis Central (TN): Won the triple jump and long jump at the Arkansas High School Invitational, and his win in the triple jump came thanks to a nation's best mark of 50-0.5. 

Micah Larry, Montverde Academy (FL): Logged a new PR and US No. 1 mark of 25-1.5 for a long jump win at The VA Showcase, which moves him into the top 25 all-time in the indoor event.

Abdoul Sy-Savane, ATL Zoom Athletics (GA): Clocked a US No. 1 7.78 to win the 60mH at the Arkansas High School Invitational. Sy-Savane also finished second in the 200m with a US No. 4 mark of 21.68.

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