National Girls Performer Of The Week (5/13-5/19)

* Oluwatosin Awoleye of South Cobb (left) was named this week's Girls National Performer Of The Week; Dana Wilson (right) won the sprint double at the NCISAA Division II State Championships and was nominated for this week's honor

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It's one thing to set a new personal best, but it's another thing to do that and win a state title.

Oluwatosin Awoleye of South Cobb (GA) successfully claimed back-to-back 800m titles at the GHSA 6A State Championships as she crossed the finish line this year with a 2:05.55. The junior's lifetime best moves her up to U.S. No. 5 on the leaderboard.

Throughout the week, Awoleye earned 81-percent of the votes to be named this week's National Girls Performer Of The Week.

This weekend was filled with state championship performances. Who gets your vote this week? Check out the nominees below and vote by Friday at 12:00pm CST. 


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    Dana Wilson, Greensboro Day School (NC): The junior ran a personal best of 11.26 (-0.1) to claim the NCISAA Division II State Championships title. This is the third-fastest 100m performance in North Carolina history and she moved up to U.S. No. 3 in the short sprint. Wilson also went 23.24 (-1.0) to move up to U.S. No. 7 in the 200m. 

    Tyra Cox, Miami Northwestern (FL): Cox won the sprint triple at the FHSAA 3A Outdoor Track and Field Championships. She dropped a U.S. No. 2 performance in the 400m to win the title in a 52.26. 

    Charlotte Bell, Cuthbertson (NC): At the NCHSAA 4A State Championships, the Georgetown recruit won the 800m-1,600m double in 2:08.78 and 4:32.92, which was good for U.S. No. 5. 

    Jane Hedengren, Timpview (UT): Hendengren pulled off the 800m-3,200m double at the Utah State Championships. She won the titles with new personal bests of 2:07.85 and 9:52.96. 

    Lilly Nichols, Broomfield (CO): The senior cleared 14-0 to win the Colorado State Championship in record-breaking fashion. 

    Cortnie Barker, Syracuse (UT): The senior cleared 6-0.25, good to be U.S. No. 2, in the high jump to win the Utah state title. 

    Eliza King, Aiken (SC): At the SCHSL State Championships, King threw a U.S. No. 1 mark in the javelin with a 167-6.25 toss.