Missouri Girls Performer Of The Week (April 17-22)

It's time to vote for the Missouri Girls Performer Of The Week!

Congrats to last week's winner, Kadence Wallace of Skyline. She took home 65% of the votes to win easily. The junior ran the 400-meter run for the first time and finished in 1:01.21, setting a new school record, on April 12 at the Skyline Track & Field Invitational.


This week's Missouri standouts include some school records and other great performances!

There was...

Bailey Robinson, Cameron

Picked up the Daryl Lane Golden Spike Award for the most individual points at the Cameron Invitational by winning the 800-, 1,600-, 3,200-meter runs and the triple jump.

Jocelyn Haynes, Troy Buchanan

The freshman (pictured below) ran 5:20.83 -- nearly a 7-second drop from her previous best -- to set a new school record and take first place at the Ft. Zumwalt North Invitational on April 21.

Candra King, Palmyra

She won first place in the shot put and discus at the Montgomery County meet on Monday and then set a school record with a throw of 12.74 meters (41-9 3/4) in the Gary Ewing Invitational on April 21.

Kylie Scott, Lindbergh

A jump of 3.75 meters helped Scott take first place while adding a fifth in the 100-meter hurdles and third in the high jump on Saturday at the Ladue Brusca-Strohbach Invitational. Scott also placed 5th in the 100 hurdles and tied for 3rd in the high jump, as pictured at the top.

Voting ends at midnight on May 3!