Milton's Elise O'Leary ranked No. 1 in the 400m and 400m hurdles for tenth-graders.
Wow! More than 4,400 votes were submitted for our last poll that asked for your vote on the top freshmen girls' performer of the outdoor season. In a tight race for most of the week, Old Rochester's Meg Hughes eventually pulled away and was our No. 1 vote-getter with 1,921 votes. Hughes was nominated for her state-leading time of 56.44 for the 400-meter run. Finishing second and third, also with more than 1K votes, was Boston Latin's two-miler Annie Jackson (1,291 votes) and Sharon's 400m hurdler Jada Johnson (1,093).
In this week's poll, we're asking who you felt was the top sophomore girls this spring? Check out the list below and check the circle next to the athlete you feel deserves to be on top. Voting ends Saturday at midnight.
|TRACK||TIME (W)||ATHLETE/TEAM||GRADE||MEET DATEPLACE|
|FIELD||MARK (W)||ATHLETE/TEAM||GRADE||MEET DATEPLACE|
|Triple Jump||38-0.25 0.0||2019|