National Girls Performer Of The Week (6/5-6/11)

* Shawnti Jackson (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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As we wind down the final homestretches of the regular outdoor season, Shawnti Jackson of South Granville (NC) put everything together at the Music City Track Carnival.

Last weekend, she added the first outdoor national high school record to her resume.

In the 100m, the Arkansas recruit won the 100m in 10.89 (+0.9) against a loaded professional field. She took down Briana William's record of 10.94 (+0.6) from the 2019 Jamaican Senior Championships. 

Jackson is the only high school girl to have broken three national high school records in one season. She had record-breaking performances in the 60m and 300m as she clocked a 7.16 and 36.63.

During the week, Jackson solidified being named this week's National Girls Performer Of The Week by earning 52 percent of the votes. 

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:

Sianni Wynn, Pennsauken (NJ): At the NJSIAA Group Championships, the freshman won the 100m and 400m, and was the runner up in the 200m. She clocked all wind-legal personal bests of 11.82 (+0.0). 24.38 (-0.6) and was the fastest girl of the week nationwide in the 400m with a 53.97. 

Angelina Napoleon, Alleghany-Limestone (NY): For the second time this season, Napoleon lowered her national high school record in the 2K steeplechase at the NYSPHSAA State Championships. She lowered her personal best from 6:19.75 to 6:18.41 to win the title. The NC State recruit also won the 800m with a US No. 3 time this season with a 2:03.97 lifetime best.

Kate Putman, Cicero-North Syracuse (NY): The NC State signee finished second at the NYSPHSAA State Championships in the 800m with a lifetime best of 2:05.25. In the 1,500m, she set a nation-leading time of 4:19.27.

Ruth White, Orono (ME): The junior from Maine won the 3,200m title at the New England Interscholastic Outdoor Track and Field Championships with a personal best of 10:30.49. She also finished fourth in the 1,600m with a lifetime best of 4:58.65. 

Gloria Guerrier, West Hempstead (NY): En route to her 400mH NYSPHSAA State Championship title in the 400mH, Guerrier became the fifth girl this spring to break 60 seconds in this event. She clocked a 59.74 in the prelims and won the state title in 59.76. 

Sofia Condon, Anoka (MN): At the MSHSL State Track and Field Championship, Condon defended her pole vault title with a 13-0 clearance. The University of Minnesota recruit cleared 13-3 at the Northwest Suburban Conference Championships, which is the No. 3 best jump in Minnesota history. 

NPOTW Outdoor Season Winners:

NPOTW Indoor Season Winners