Missouri Boys Performer Of The Week (April 22-27)

It's time to vote for the Missouri Boys Performer Of The Week! This is the 6th poll for the 2024 season.

2024 Results

Congrats to last week's winner Asher Buggs-Tipton from Green City, who got 72% of the votes. The Gophers' standout put up quite a showing in the hurdles at the Kansas Relays, winning both the 110- and 300-meter hurdles on April 20. The Wichita State signee won the 110 in 13.77 and the 300 in 37.68 -- both No. 1 on the state leaderboard this year and both his best efforts.

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

There was...

Jacobi Oliphant, St. Louis University High (pictured above)

He set a new school record for the Jr. Bills in the 110-meter hurdles, running 14.22 at the Dale Collier Invitational on April 26. The future Oklahoma State football defensive back also added a second-place finish in the 300-meter hurdles with a 39.76. His 14.22 110 hurdles mark puts him 3rd on the state list

Jacob Fieberkorn, Lutheran St. Charles

He set new school records at the Dale Collier Invitational on April 26 at Kirkwood. He won the 100-meter dash in a MO#9 mark of 10.66 and added a superlative in the 200 by running 21.75.

Ben Speaks, New Bloomfield

At the Show Me Conference meet on April 25, the senior won the 100 (11.61), 200 (23.40), triple jump (12.99 meters), and was a runner-up in the 400.

Alex Kinslow, West Platte

He broke the school record in the 300-meter hurdles twice, first at the Bishop LeBlond Invitational and later the KCI Conference championship at 40.85. He was also part of the 4x100-meter relay team that set a new school and conference mark with a time of 43.67.

Voting ends at 10 p.m. on May 8!