Boys Performer Of The Week Presented By Firefly (1/22-1/28)

* Luke Himes set a big PR and kept on winning at the Warsaw Tiger Showcase over the weekend

Photo Credit: Nate Conkel / MileSplit Indiana

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Just as he has done all season, Bullis junior Colin Abrams won again, this time in the National Performer of the Week polls.

After a pair of wins at the Armory Officials Hall of Fame Invitational, where he clocked times of 2:27.63 and 1:28.84 for the 1,000m and 600m, Abrams racked up 43.9-percent of the nation's votes.

This week we've got five more nominees across five different event groups, all more than worthy of recognition for their stellar performances over the weekend. 

Just like last week, voting will close on Friday at 12:00 p.m.

Winners of our indoor NPOTW program will receive a Firefly Recovery starter kit from our presenting sponsor.

They will also receive a Track Barn back pack.

Email us at with your address. 

With that being said, have fun voting! 

This Week's Nominees:

Max Armstrong, Vestavia Hills (AL): There's never a bad day for a national lead! The senior led a Rebel 1-2 finish, winning the 800m in 1:52.17, shaving off nearly a third of a second off of the previous national lead. It was also a new indoor PR for Armstrong. Armstrong continues to be a mid-distance wrecking ball this indoor

Luke Himes, Heritage Christian (IN): Long story short, Himes is pretty good at this shot put thing. Throughout his high school career, Himes has posted a 48-11 record in the event, finishing outside of the top two just twice. He also hasn't lost in 723 days, winning again over the weekend with a national lead and PR throw of 67-5, the No. 25 mark all-time.

Yashahya Brown, Washington TWP (NJ): At the Olympic & Tri-County Conference Meet in Toms River, NJ, the senior kept his undefeated 55mH season alive, stopping the clock in 7.11, both a PR and the top time in the country this indoor season. Brown increased his win streak in the event to eight, as his NJSIAA Meet of Champions title defense continues.

Ethan Edgeworth, Cold Springs (AL): After a cross country season that saw the Tennessee commit pick up a state title, Edgeworth isn't wasting anytime on the indoor circuit. He clocked 4:10.53 in the 1600m over the weekend, both a PR and the fastest time in the country. He also leads the US in the 3200m as well. This is his second straight week posting a nation leading mark, and his second consecutive nomination for NPOTW.

Luke Stradley, Etowah (GA): The junior left Birmingham, AL with a pair of wins on Saturday, taking first in both the long and triple jump. He leaped his way to a lifetime best of 24-9.75 in the long, cementing himself as the No. 1 jumper in the country right now. He also jumped 47-3 in the triple, the 12th best mark in the country.

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