National Boys Performer Of The Week (1/23-1/29)

* Quincy Wilson (left) earned eighth National Boys Performer Of The Week poll of the indoor season; Nicholas Hayden (right) earns a nomination in week nine for his 1,000m performance at the Bulldog Invitational.

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After a weekend full of not one but two national records for the young Bullis star Quincy Wilson, the freshman got to add another accolade to his haul -- the National Boys Performer Of The Week award.

Behind a historic performance at the U.S. Army Officials Hall Of Fame Invitational last week that saw him clock two freshman class all-time bests of 34.11 in the 300m and 1:02.63 in the 500m, Wilson came away with the weekly performer award in the eighth poll of the indoor season.

Wilson took home 80-percent of the votes to earn the first weekly performer honor of his high school career.

Now on our ninth poll of the season, the latest nominated athletes posted some all-time marks in their respective events and moved up the national event leaderboards over the past week of action on the indoor oval.

Below, vote for your National Boys Performer Of The Week from meets held Jan. 23 - 29.


VOTE: National Boys Performer Of The Week (Jan. 23 - 29)


Issam Asinga, Montverde Academy (FL): Clocked US No. 2 all-time 6.59 in the 60m to win at the Legends of Alachua County Meet. Asinga also finished second in the 400m with a PR of 48.19.

Alex Leath, Vestavia Hills (AL): Ran 1:49.60 for US No. 6 all-time in the indoor 800m at the Last Chance #1 meet. Leath re-set the Alabama state record and became the first boy this season to go under 1:50 in the 800m.

Maxwell Hardin, Auburn (AL): Posted a nation-leading 3,200m time of 8:58.87 at the Last Chance #1 meet for the first sub-9:00 race of his career in the event.

Maddox Hamm, Scottsboro (AL): Eclipsed 17-feet in the pole vault for the first time this season with a 17-2 mark to improve upon his US No. 1 ranking.

Nicholas Hayden, Millbrook (VA): Ran the country's second-fastest time in the 1,000m of 2:26.76 to win the event at the Bulldog Invitational.

Hunter Jones, Benzie Central (MI): Won the mile at the GVSU Bill Clinger Classic with a personal best and US No. 2 time of 4:05.48.

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