Missouri Girls Performer Of The Week (March 18-23)

It's time to vote for the Missouri Girls Performer Of The Week! This is the first edition for the 2024 track and field season, following the first full week of competition.

2024 Results

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

There was...

Brooke Beck, Pleasant Hill

She won the 200- and 400-meter dashes at the Ray-Pec Bob Thorpe Invitational on Friday in 25.32 and 58.65. Her time in the 200 was a school record and a MO#1 while 400 clocking was a MO#2 on the season performance list.

Margaret Wrigley, Jefferson (Festus)

The junior won the long jump at the McCullough-Douglas Invitational (Festus) with a jump of 5.59 meters/18-4 -- a personal best and MO#2 mark-- while adding top-three finishes in the 200-meter dash (2nd/26.31) and 100-meter dash (3rd/26.31).

Mariah Denney, Sullivan

The freshman had a time of 5:20.09 to take first place and break a school record that has stood since 1979 at the Early Season Sullivan Quad on Tuesday, and good for the MO#7 time. She then won the 1,600-meter run at the Festus McCullough-Douglas Invitational on Saturday with a solo 5:23 for an 8.5-second margin of victory, before a big homestretch kick to win the 800 in 2:20.99, the MO#2 performance

Elyse Wilmes, Father Tolton Catholic

The superstar junior took first place at the Blair Oaks Invitational in Wardsville on Friday in the 3,200-meter run with a 10:51.96, breaking a school record for the Trailblazers and giving her the MO#2 time

Voting ends at 10 p.m. on April 2!