National Girls Performer Of The Week (4/3-4/9)

* Rylee Hampton (left) won this week's NPOTW poll; Hana Moll (right) is a nominee for this week's performer of the week

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13.18 (+1.7).

That was the winning 100mH time that Rylee Hampton clocked at the Texas Relays. 

What's impressive about the 13.18 for Hampton was this was a major personal best for her, but it was also tied for US No. 13 all-time in this event. 

Throughout the week, Hampton earned 49-percent of the votes to be named this week's National Girls Performer Of The Week. 

From now until the end of the outdoor track season, winners will be awarded National Athlete Of The Week backpacks courtesy of TrackBarn. If selected as National Girls Performer Of The Week, please send mailing addresses to to receive your bag.

It's time to vote for this week's NPOTW. The poll will end on Friday and winners will be announced the following Monday.

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

Mia Brahe-Pedersen, Lake Oswego (OR): In her outdoor season debut, the junior sprinted to two nation-leading marks at Arcadia. Brahe-Pedersen clocked an 11.17 (+2.0) in the 100m and the 200m with a wind-legal mark of 23.01 (+0.7). 

Mackenzie Browne, J.W. North (CA): At Arcadia, the senior ran the fastest time in the country in the 800m with a 2:03.07 to set a new personal best. 

Irene Riggs, Morgantown (WV): Riggs ran a 9:52.66 to set a new West Virginia state record and a US No. 2 performance at Arcadia in the 3,200m. 

Layla Haynes, IMG Academy (FL): At the international stage in the Bahamas for the CARIFTA Games, Haynes, representing Barbados, clinched gold in the U20 1,500m. With an impressive 60 seconds last 400m, she moved from fourth to first and finished the race in 4:53.29.  

Michelle Smith, Montverde Academy (FL): The native of St. Croix won the CARIFTA Games U20 400mH title and improved on her US No. 1 mark with a 57.69. 

Gracelyn Leiseth, Hamlin (SD): At the Scott Underwood Invitational, Leiseth threw a US No. 4 mark of 50-2.75 in the shot put. 

Hana Moll, Capital (WA): On Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational, Moll cleared her first attempt at 15-0 to set a new outdoor national high school record in the pole vault. She became the second high school girl to clear 15 feet in high school history. 

NPOTW Outdoor Season Winners:

NPOTW Indoor Season Winners