National Girls Performer Of The Week (5/15-5/21)

* Victoria Cameron (left) won this week's NPOTW poll; Akala Garrett (right) is a nominee for this week's Performer Of The Week

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At the UIL 4A Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Stephenville's (TX) Victoria Cameron shocked the spectators in the 100m final in Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Once the starting gun went off, the Tarleton soccer recruit sprinted down the straightaway and clocked an 11.35 (+1.5) to grab her second 100m title in her career. Her performance was less than a tenth of a second off Sha'Carri Richardson's class record of 11.28 which she set back in 2017. In addition to her 100m performance, Cameron started the day by finishing fifth in the long jump with an 18-0w mark.

Throughout the week, Cameron earned 48-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.

* Victoria Cameron wins the 100m title at the UIL 4a Outdoor Championships in 11.35

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

Shawnti Jackson, South Granville (NC): Jackson earned the sprint trifecta over the weekend at the NCHSAA 2A State Championships. She won the 100m in 11.33, 400m in 53.02 and she sprinted to a 22.70 (-0.2) in the 200m to be US No. 2 this season. In the process of winning the 200m title, Jackon broke Gabby Mayo's 22.88 state record which was held for over a decade. 

Amelia Everett, Newton South (MA): In her season opener, the senior won the 800m race presented by MileSplit at the Track Night NYC with a 2:07.94, which puts her at US No. 14 this event. 

Tatum David, Onley Richland County (IL): The University of Virginia recruit raced to top performances in the 1,600m and 3,200m at the IHSA 2A Girls Track and Field Championships. In the 3,200m she clocked 9:53.96 for a new state meet record and solidified the victory with a 20-second win over the rest of the field. In the 1,600m, David cruised to a 4:49.37 to win the title by nearly an 11-second margin. 

Emma Stutzman, Pomona (CO): The NAU recruit had the 5A state championships she was looking forward to all season. She swept the  1,600m and 3,200m titles while she was the runner up in the 800m in 2:11.32. To kick off the championships on Friday, she won the 3,200m title in 10:12.68. Her 1,600m effort shocked the fans as she clocked 4:39.84 to eclipse Riley Stewart's 4:44.13 Colorado state record which she set two years ago. 

Camden Bentley, Gah. Lincoln (OH) - Bentley won the 100mH title in 13.29 in the 100mH (+2.1) at the OHSAA Divison 1 District 2 meet. This is the sixth-fastest 100mH time under all-conditions this spring. 

Akala Garrett, Albemarle (NC): The Texas recruit celebrated a major victory and milestone at the NCHSAA 1A State Championships. In the 300mH, the World U20 champion hurdled to victory in 40.26. Her performance shattered the overall North Carolina 300mH state record, earned the 1A title and was the seventh-fastest performance in high school history. Garrett also earned victories in the 100mH (13.52), 100m (24.25) and she helped the team's 4x400m to a victory to close out the competition. 

Ryan Lewis, Sandy Creek (GA): At the Wingfoot Night of Champions, the senior leaped 40-9 (+0.2) to win the title. 

NPOTW Outdoor Season Winners:

NPOTW Indoor Season Winners