National Girls Performer Of The Week (4/17-4/23)

* Myla Greene (left) won this week's NPOTW poll; Angelina Napoleon (right) is a nominee for this week's performer of the week

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This week's National Girls Performer Of The Week did it all at the Bullis Bulldog Invitational last weekend. 

Myla Greene, the Tennessee recruit, set two new meet records and brought home three gold individual medals for her efforts in the 100mH, 300mH and 400mH.

In the short hurdles, she crossed the finish line nine-hundredths of a second off her personal best of 13.48 which she set earlier this season. The new meet record stands at 13.57 with Greene's name next to it. In the 300mH, she clocked a US No. 2 performance with a 40.96. 

When it came to the 400mH, Greene debuted her season with a lifetime best and meet record of 58.17. This performance equals the second-fastest time in the nation so far this year.

During the week, the Bulldog had 61-percent of the votes to earn this week's honor. 

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): The standout junior produced wind-legal marks of 11.35 (-0.2) in the 100m and 23.01 (+0.7) in the 200m at Oregon Relays. 

Lauren Lewis, Prosper (TX): Lewis shattered the 400m record at the UIL 6A Districts 5&6 Area Championships. The formerly held state record stood for nearly 20 years when Fort Bend Marshall's Brandi Cross clocked a 51.96. Lewis, in the process, lowered her US No. 1 time from 52.19 to 51.83. Her new personal best is No. 9 all-time in high school history. 

Becca Heitzig, Lincoln (IL): At the Distance Night In Palatine, Heitzig clocked a US No. 14 performance and a new personal best in the 800m with a 2:09.21. 

Ciara O'Shea, Madison Central (KY): At Eastern Relays, O'Shea moved from fourth to first in the last 100m to win the 800m title in 2:15.20, just hours after winning the mile in 4:54.07. 

Ruby Broadbent, Parkland (PA): At Oregon Relays, the senior clocked a US No. 1 performance of 10:19.11 to win the two mile title.

Angelina Napoleon, Allegany-Limestone (NY): At the Olean Boosters Reid's Food Barn, the national high school record holder in the 2K steeplechase debuted her outdoor season in the event with a 6:29.40. She was nearly five seconds off her lifetime best.  

Alice Mihas, Chicago Latin (IL): The senior threw 153-0.25 in the hammer to be US No. 4 in the event. 

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NPOTW Indoor Season Winners