POLL RESULTS: Congratulations to Last Week's Poll Winners!

So many polls last week! It was hard to keep up, but we think we did it. The polls all ended last night and it's time to congratulate our winners.

MileSplit LA Athletes of the Month!

Boys' - Captain Shreve Marquez Stevenson. "Macho" may not have run Saturday at LSU's Last Chance Qualifier, that doesn't mean that his fans were putting in the work to bring him across the finish in first place. Stevenson is ranked No. 2 in the 60m dash this season with a 6.85. Only one other sprinter-Warren Easton's Germain Smith-Mata-has run faster. The two will battle it out in two weeks at the LHSAA State Indoor Meet. Of course the defending champion-Edna Karr junior Ra'hji "Roadrunner" Dennis will have something to as well. Stevenson received 41% of the vote in the poll, edging out David Thibodaux's Jackson Jarrett (31%). Stevenson will move on the MileSplit LA Boys Athlete of the Year Poll in late June.

Girls' - Louisie McGehee's Kali Magana. It was great to see Magana competing in her first La. High School track meet after having to sit out due to transfer rules. Magana has been tearing up the club meet circuit, running a 55.92 at the Elite Scholastic Meet in Virginia Beach, Virginia last month. But that was on a banked track. Magana adjusted well to the flat track at Carl Maddox, running a 56.60 edging out St. Louis Hannah Boullion (56.70), who continues to get faster with every meet. Magana received 42% of the vote. Lafayette's Destiny Hooper was second in the poll with 20%. Magana will advance and compete in MileSplit LA Girls' Athlete of the Year poll in late June.

Boys' Relay Team of the Month-St. Louis 4x800. The Saints received 34% of the vote in the MileSplit LA Boys' Relay Team of the Month poll, edging out Northside (29%). The St. Louis 4x800, which ran a season best yesterday of 8:38.38 and finished sixth at the LSU Last Chance Qualifier, will move on to compete for the MileSplit LA Boys' Relay Team of the Year poll in late June.

Girls' Relay Team of the Month- Lafayette 4x400 - received 28% of the vote, edging out St. Thomas Aquinas' 4x400 team, who had 23% of the votes.The squad made another podium appearance at the LSU Last Chance Qualifier by finishing second with a time of 4:03.76. The team will advance to compete for the MileSplit LA Girls' Relay Team of the Year poll in late June. 


Girls' Performer of the Week - Scotlandville's Sincere Wilson received an astonishing 79% of the vote. Zachary's Jaydan Jackson was the runner up. 

Boys' Performer of the Week - Westgate's Dedrick Latulas. Like Wilson, Latulas ran away with the the votes in the poll, getting 74%. Leesville's Keeton Johnson was second.

Girls' Relay Team of the Week - Parkway girls' 4x400 got a majority of the votes (53%). St. Joseph's girls' 4x200 was the runner-up.

Boys' Relay Team of the Week - Scotlandville 4x400. A deserving team on the ballot after defeating Catholic at the McNeese Indoor No. 2. The Hornets received 36% of the vote in the poll. Catholic's boys 4x200 was second in the poll. 

All performer of the week winners will move on the compete for MileSplit LA Athlete and Relay Team of the Month honors which will come out at the end of February. 

Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists. Also, we want to thank the MileSplit LA Community for sharing and participating in the our weekly polls!