National Girls Performer Of The Week (5/20-5/26)

* Dana Wilson (left) was named week 19's National Girls Performer Of The Week; Logan St. John Kletter (right) is nominated for this week's honor

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Dana Wilson of Greensboro Day School (NC) had herself a day at the NCISAA Division II State Championships.

Over the weekend, the junior clocked two personal bests, earned double gold and moved up the U.S. leaderboard as she went 11.26 (-0.1) and 23.24 (-1.0) in the 100m and 200m.

Her 100m performance ranks her the third-fastest sprinter in the nation and she currently sits at U.S. No. 7 in the 200m. 

During the week, Wilson successfully earned 54-percent of the votes and was named the National Girl's Performer Of The Week.

Who has your vote this week for this honor? Check out the nominees and vote by Friday at 12:00pm CST. 

Skyler Franklin, Montverde Academy (FL): Over the weekend, the 16-year-old continued to improve on her U.S. No. 1 time in the 400m with a 51.57 at the FSG Athletics Best Of The Best Memorial Weekend Championship. 

Nicki Southerland, Delta (IN): The Notre Dame recruit earned double gold at the RunningLane Track Championships in the 800m and mile ahead of the IHSAA State Championships. Southerland clocked a season's best of 2:05 and a new lifetime best of 4:40. 

Sadie Engelhardt, Ventura (CA): At the CIF Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Engelhardt lowered the meet record as she won her third straight 1,600m title in 4:32.06. In the 4x800m relay, Ventura dropped the baton and Engelhardt faced the challenge of closing a gap. She anchored her team to victory with an official time of 8:57.21. 

Logan St. John Kletter, Mount Lebanon (PA): At the PIAA Track and Field Championships Logan St. John Kletter grabbed her third and fourth set of state titles in the 1,600m and 3,200m. She dropped a personal best in the four-lap race with a 4:38, to move up to U.S. No. 5, while she crossed the finish line in the 3,200m with a 10:21. 

Adelaide Caron, Woonsocket (RI): In her season opener, Caron threw a U.S. No. 1 hammer throw with a 169-0 performance at the RIIL Northern Division Championships. The junior also finished third in the discus and javelin with throws of 101-7 and 88-5. 

Rosemarie Howard, Los Alamitos (CA): When it mattered most, Howard threw a lifetime best at the CIF State Outdoor Track in the shot put with a nation-leading performance of 57-4.25.