National Girls Performer Of The Week (5/27-6/2)

* Logan St. John Kletter was named last week's National Girls Performer Of The Week; Sadie Engelhardt (right) is nominated for this week's honor

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In her final race representing Mount Lebanon (PA), Logan St. John Kletter claimed her final two PIAA Outdoor Track and Field titles in Shippensburg.

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill commit successfully clocked a 4:38 in the 1,600m and 10:21 in the 3,200m to win double gold. At the time, her 1,600m was a new personal best and she was sitting as the fifth-fastest girl in the nation in this event.

Over the week, she earned nearly 61-percent of the votes to be named this week's National Girls 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. 

Michelle Smith, Montverde Academy (FL): The Georgia signee finished second to Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone in the 400mH at the Edwin Moses Legends meet over the weekend. Smith improved on her U.S. No. 1 time to a 55.96 and ran the fourth-fastest time in high school history. 

Shakayla Lavender, Oscar Smith (VA): As a sophomore, Lavender was able to successfully defend her VHSL Class 6 State Championship title with a U.S. No. 14 mark of 13.63 (+2.0). She's the second-fastest sophomore in this event this season. 

Sadie Engelhardt, Ventura (CA): At the HOKA Festival of Miles, Engelhardt set a new national high school record in the mile as she finished as the runner up in the professional field with a 4:26.77.

Allie Zealand, Pacers Homeschool (VA): The Liberty recruit won the high school HOKA Festival of Miles race with a 4:30.38 in the mile. Zealand ran the second-fastest time in high school history. 

Nicki Southerland, Delta (IN): After winning the RunningLane Track Championship mile last weekend, Southerland became the IHSAA state champion in the 800m and 1,600m just a few days later as she clocked a 2:06 and a 4:41. 

Lillie Bogdan, Frontier (NY): The junior ran the fastest time in the nation in the 2K steeplechase to win the Section VI Track and Field State title in 6:32.51. 

Adelaide Caron, Woonsocket (RI): With a toss of 176-8 in the hammer, Caron was not only able to grab the state title, but she set a new U.S. leading mark in this event.