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VOTE: MileSplit LA Boys' Performer of the Week! (3/19-25)

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Here are the finalists for MileSplit LA Boys' Performer of the Week. Congratulations to all for making the ballot. The poll will close on Saturday at 9pm. The winner will move on to compete for MileSplit LA Athlete of the Month

SAMUEL HODSON (CENTRAL LAFOURCHE) - Pulled off an unheard of double winning the 1600m in 4:36 and doubling back to win the 200m (22.61) at the end of the Cardinal Relays. Hodson is ranked in the Top 25 in the state, but his best event is the 800m where he qualified for the 2022 LHSAA Class 5A Meet as a sophomore. 

MASON ABSHIRE (ST. LOUIS CATHOLIC) - Vaulted 5m (16-4.25) for a school record and a meet record at the 62nd Oil City Relays on Wednesday. He is currently the No. 1 in Louisiana by a foot and currently ranked No. 8 in the US.

MEKHI BOUTTE (WESTGATE) - Boutte earned MVP of the LA National Guard Zachary Track Invitational as he won the 100m (10.78), 200m (21.72), and was on the winning 4x200m relay (1:27.12). All the marks were set with him running into major headwind. The Saturday before he was No. 12  in the nation at New Balance Indoor Nationals in the 200m.

TYLER BLISSETT (HIGHLAND BAPTIST) - The fastest freshman distance runner in Louisiana was No. 9 in the Freshman mile at the New Balance Indoor Championships. He also went to New York for the Nike Indoor Nationals where he finished third in the same event with a time of 4:28. 

NICK DAVIS (MANSFIELD) - Remained undefeated in the 200m with his time of 22.12 at the Mansfield Wolverine Relays. Ranks No. 7 in the state with his week No. 1 performance of 21.93 at the Yellow Jacket Relays. 

CAMERON BRAZELL (CATHOLIC) - Picked up the first win of his high school career in the 200m (22.03) at the Brothers of the Sacred Heart Invite. He followed that performance up with a podium finish at the Louisiana National Guard Zachary Bronco Classic finishing third (22.64). He ranks No. 3 in the state among all juniors. 

MONTRELL MORRIS (DUTCHTOWN) - Morris leads the state in the long jump with a 23-7 which took first place at the Episcopal Knights Relays. Morris is ranked No. 15 in the nation. 

TRISTAN GOODLY (WESTLAKE) - Goodly has the best triple jump in the state by a two-foot margin with his 46-8 at the Sam Houston Bronco Relays. Goodly is at his best on the biggest state. He earned All-American honors with his 47-4.5 at the Nike Indoor Nationals in New York. In the same meet, he was also No. 14 in the long jump with a 22-0.75.