Here it is! The last weekly poll for the month of March. The finalists who wins this week's poll will adavance to the MileSplit LA Athlete of the Month poll. This poll will close on Saturday at 9pm.
BRYAR MADDEN (RUSTON)- Ran the second fastest time in the state in the 800m at the "Hoss" Garrett Relays on Saturday with a 1:56.05. Loyola's Tripp Roemer made Madden earn the gold in an epic finish which ended with a dive-and-roll across the finish line.
MALIK WORD (AIRLINE)- Scored 18 points at the "Hoss" Garrett Relays by winning the discus (125-2) and finishing second in the shot put (43-5.5).
JAXSON PARKER (NEVILLE) - Parker ran a 48.77 to win the 400m at the "Hoss" Garrett Relays. Only five 400m runners in the state have run faster.
CAMREN HARDY (EDNA KARR)-Hardy ran a state-leading 47.39 at the Ronnie Doyal Memorial on Friday.
RICHARD SEYMOUR (ST. THOMAS MORE)- Seymour won the Beaver Club Parish Relays on Thursday at Carencro. The throw is No. 1 in Louisiana. Seymour is undefeated (3-0) on the season.
JERMAINE BROWN (KENTWOOD)- Brown is on a three-race win streak after the sophomore won the 100m at the Ponchatula Invite with a 10.74. His season best of 10.67 at the John Williams Relays on March 16 ranks No. 8 in the state, and ranks No. 18 nationally among sophomore boys.
CALEB CURRY (RUMMEL)- Scored 16 points in the hurdles at the Ronnie Doyle Memorial meet. He finished second in the 110m hurdles (16.19) and third in the 300m hurdles (38.730)
HENRY MENSMAN (CATHOLIC) - Mensman is one of the best 400/800 runners in Louisiana and ranked among the nation's best in the freshman class. His 49.78 at the Pete Boudreaux Invitational was good enough for second place in the meet. It was close to his season best--and personal record--of 49.69 which he ran at the Catholic Tiop Off meet. That time ranks No. 5 nationally among all freshmen. His 1:58.93 from the Brothers of Sacred Heart Invite ranks No. 10 in the nation among all freshmen.