National Girls Performer Of The Week (4/10-4/16)

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

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There are two girls in high school history who cleared 15-0 in the pole vault.

Over the weekend, Hana Moll joined her twin sister Amanda on the all-time list.

At the Arcadia Invitational, Moll cleared her first attempt at 15-0 this outdoor season and set a new national high school record. The Washington recruit became the first girl in history to clear 15-0 during the spring season and broke the record by half of an inch. 

During the week, Moll earned 33-percent of the total votes to be named the 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 second 100m of the season, Brahe-Pedersen sprinted to 11.27 (+2.0) to win the Laker Classic Invitational. 

Lauren Lewis, Prosper (TX): Going into this weekend, Lewis had the nation's fastest time in the 400m with a 52.52. At the UIL 6A District 5 Championships, Lewis improved her mark to 52.19. So far this outdoor season, Lewis is the only girl who has broken the 53-second barrier in the quarter. 

Myla Greene, Bullis School (MD): The Tennessee recruit won three titles at the Bullis Bulldog Invitational. She set a new meet record in the 100mH in 13.57 and was 0.09 seconds off her personal best. She clocked 40.96 in the 300mH to be US No. 2. In the 400mH, she another meet record and a lifetime best of 58.17, which is the second-fastest time in the nation this year. 

Sadie Engelhardt, Ventura (CA): The sophomore clocked her seventh sub-4:40 mile performance in her high school career, At the 63rd Mt. SAC Relays, she won the title in a meet record of 4:38.53. 

Leah Stephens, Our Lady of Good Counsel (MD): The FSU signee clocked a 10:03.58 to win the Bullis Bulldog Invitational. 

Mensi Stiff, Brentwood Academy (TN): Stiff threw 52-11 in the shot put to win the Doug Hall Relays title. 

NPOTW Outdoor Season Winners:

NPOTW Indoor Season Winners