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IR'S GIRLS PRE-SEASON ALL-STATE!

1. Lily Cridge – junior - Chatard


Inccstats.com ranking: 1


State Meet History: 8th in ’19 (18:21)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: Did not compete


2021 Track Tournament: 1st at Lawrence Central Sectional 3200 (10:15), 1st at Ben Davis Regional 3200 (10:10), 1st at IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:03)


Outlook: Cridge was dominating the state as a sophomore last fall and looked well on her way to earning her first state championship. Her adjusted ratings from her first two races of the season (17:23 and 17:25) would have put her around Anna Rohrer and Ashley Erba for the best individual season of all-time. Cridge was absent from the tournament in cross country, but bounced back well in the track season (to put it mildly). Her season wasn’t a total romp: she was eighth at the Flashes Showcase and second at the Carmel Showcase. By the tournament, though, she proved unbeatable over 3200 meters, culminating in a phenomenal 10:03 in blazing hot conditions in her second race of the day. Cridge’s 10:03 ranks second all-time. If she’s competing at that same level in October, it will be difficult but not impossible for anyone in the field to finish before Cridge in Terre Haute.


2. Karina James – senior - Lowell


Inccstats.com ranking: 5


State Meet History: 36th in ’18 (19:14), 4th in ’19 (18:04), 1st in ’20 (18:00)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Hebron Sectional (18:19), 1st in Crown Point Regional (18:02), 1st in New Prairie Semi-state (18:08), 1st in IHSAA State Finals (18:00)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st at Lowell Sectional 1600 (4:54), 1st at Lowell Sectional 3200 (10:48), 1st at Portage Regional 1600 (4:53), 1st at Portage Regional 3200 (10:58), 6th at IHSAA State Finals 1600 (4:52), 4th at IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:38)


Outlook: Tough to rank the defending champion second, though we have James ranked higher than the advanced stats. In 39 years of state finals in girls cross country prior to last year, the individual state championship had been won by a non-senior 22 times. Of those instances, the previous winner successfully defended her title seven. This is also the strongest year for individuals in state history, but James will still be a difficult contestant for anyone. She does not have the single performances that many others on this list do; she does not appear on any of the top 25 lists, and she enters this season ranked fifth on inccstats. James is perhaps the best racer of anyone in Indiana, though. She was undefeated through the state meet last fall in a season that started and ended by outsprinting competition on the last, long stretch in Terre Haute. At the state meet in track, she turned a remarkable 1600/3200 double in 4:52 and 10:38 (both PRs) in tough conditions.


3. Addison Wiley – senior – Huntington North


Inccstats.com ranking: 3


State Meet History: 10th in ’19 (18:28), 6th in ’20 (18:25)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Marion Sectional (18:22), 1st in Marion Regional (17:56), 4th in New Haven Semi-state (18:26), 6th in IHSAA State Finals (18:25)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in New Haven Sectional 800 (2:17), 1st in New Haven Sectional 1600 (4:54), 1st in Marion Regional 800 (2:10), 1st in Marion Regional 1600 (5:00), 1st in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:08), 1st in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (4:45)


Outlook: A well-known favorite of our committee (of one), Wiley’s performances really skyrocketed this spring with a more exclusive concentration on running. Already the premiere mid-distance runner in Indiana after winning the state championship in the 1600 as a freshman. Since that surprising (at the time) race, Wiley has finished twice in the top ten at the state cross country meet in as many seasons and set all-time state bests over 800 and 1600 meters (plus number six in the 3200). A continued focus on running—she has split time between soccer and cross in the past—could vault her to the level of our top two.


4. Sophia Kennedy – junior – Park Tudor


Inccstats.com ranking: 2


State Meet History: 5th in ’19 (18:09), 5th in ’20 (18:22)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Brebeuf Sectional (17:53), 3rd in Brebeuf Regional (17:49), 3rd in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:07),


2021 Track Tournament: 2nd at Lawrence Central Sectional 3200 (10:27), 2nd at Ben Davis Regional 3200 (10:14), 3rd at IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:26)


Outlook: Kennedy has finished fifth in consecutive seasons, the first time a bit of a surprise and the second a logical conclusion to a consistently great season. She ran multiple races under 18 minutes, a barrier for many of the state’s elite distance runners. Kennedy took another leap forward, breaking five minutes at the Flashes Showcase where she finished fifth and running 10:25 in winning the Carmel Showcase. She continued to improve throughout the season, eventually going 10:14 in the 3200 in May, the fourth best performance in state history. Kennedy is an individual contender; she has beaten every athlete on this list in a race at some point in her first two years of high school. She is also a threat to advance individually to either of the national championship races.


5. Nicki Southerland – sophomore - Delta


Inccstats.com ranking: 4


State Meet History: 9th in ’20 (18:30)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Delta Sectional (18:17), 1st in Delta Regional (17:59), 2nd in New Haven Semi-state (18:04), 9th in IHSAA State Finals (18:30)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in Delta Sectional 800 (2:18), 1st in Delta Sectional 1600 (5:30), 1st in Ben Davis Regional 800 (2:11), 1st in Ben Davis Regional 1600 (4:56), 3rd in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:10), 3rd in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (4:50)


Outlook: Southerland could absolutely be a contender this fall. Her talent is undeniable after a freshman year in which she ran top 25 all-time performances over 800 and 1600 meters and finished well at the state meet despite reportedly being limited with an injury to end the fall season. With more experience, Southerland should be even more of a force as a sophomore, though it comes at a time with multiple athletes just as talented and accomplished as her that are a little older.


6. Gretchen Farley – junior – Park Tudor


Inccstats.com ranking: 7


State Meet History: 12th in ’20 (18:39)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Brebeuf Sectional (18:21), 4th in Noblesville Regional (17:54), 2nd in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:07), 12th in IHSAA State Finals (18:39)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in Lawrence Central Sectional 800 (2:19), 2nd in Ben Davis Regional 800 (2:16), 4th in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:11)


Outlook: Farley was the breakout star of last year, going from a varsity runner at a small school to one of the state’s best. She was 12th at the state meet after finishing second in the semi-state and followed that up with a big PR in the open 800 at the state finals in track to finish fourth. Her PR in the 800 ranks her just a few tenths outside of the top 25 of all-time. She’s also got a great teammate for daily training.


7. Kendall Martin – senior - Brebeuf


Inccstats.com ranking: 12


State Meet History: 60th in ’19 (19:23), 10th in ’20 (18:34)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 4th in Brebeuf Sectional (18:30), 5th in Noblesville Regional (18:14), 5th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:22), 10th in IHSAA State Finals (18:34)


2021 Track Tournament: 3rd in Lawrence Central Sectional 1600 (5:22), 4th in Lawrence Central Sectional 3200 (11:04), 2nd in Ben Davis Regional 1600 (5:08), 4th in Ben Davis Regional 3200 (11:02), 8th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:51)


Outlook: Martin had two awesome seasons as a junior, tenth in cross country and eighth in the 3200 at the state finals. She raced very competitively at both showcase meets with a 5:04 equivalent at the Flashes Showcase and 10:47 at the Carmel Showcase, right around the rest of those on this list in this range. If anything, our committee (of one) gives Martin bonus points for performing so well in the state finals, a knack that has shown itself to be repeatable in the past with other elite runners.


8. Kaylie Politza – senior – Valparaiso


Inccstats.com ranking: 13


State Meet History: 11th in ’20 (18:36)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in New Prairie Sectional (18:37), 2nd in Chesterton Regional (18:39), 3rd in New Prairie Semi-state (18:44), 11th in IHSAA State Finals (18:36)


2021 Track State Tournament: 1st in Chesterton Sectional 800 (2:12), 1st in Chesterton Sectional 1600 (5:02), 1st in Portage Regional 800 (2:12), 2nd in Portage Regional 1600 (5:04), 2nd in IHSAA State Finals (2:10)


Outlook: Politza has perhaps more range than anyone in the state other than Addison Wiley, the girl she finished second to in her primary event (the open 800) at the last state meet. Politza ranks 13th in the 800 all-time. Like Wiley, Politza was also All-State in cross country last fall, demonstrating much more than an ability to run a good 800. She was also third at the Flashes Showcase, running the equivalent of 4:54 for 1600 meters, just outside the top 25. This is a very strong year among individuals, and Politza will be right in the mix of that.


9. Clara Crain – junior - Edgewood


Inccstats.com ranking: 9


State Meet History: 82nd in ’19 (19:46), 18th in ’20 (18:48)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Bedford North Lawrence Sectional (19:04), 1st in Bedford North Lawrence Regional (18:34), 2nd in Brown County Semi-state (18:20), 18th in IHSAA State Finals (18:48)


2021 Track Tournament: 2nd in Bloomington North Sectional 1600 (5:02), 2nd in Bloomington North Regional 3200 (10:53), 2nd in Bloomington North Regional 3200 (10:52), 5th in IHSAA State Finals (10:45)


Outlook: Crain enjoyed a huge sophomore jump in performance, ending each season with a medal. In both seasons as well, Crain improved greatly throughout the season all the way through to the state finals: in cross country her best race (per inccstats’ adjusted ratings) was the state meet and in the track season she equaled her PR in the blazing hot conditions of the state finals. Crain has consistently demonstrated an ability to compete with the very best in the state; expect that to continue into her junior year.


10. Jasmine Klopstad – junior – Carmel


Inccstats.com ranking: 10


State Meet History: 28th in ’19 (18:56), 33rd in ’20 (19:12)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Noblesville Sectional (18:09), 18th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:59), 33rd in IHSAA State Finals (19:12)


2021 Track Tournament: 2nd in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 800 (2:18), 4th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 800 (2:18), 21st in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:22)


Outlook: Klopstad was lights out for most of the fall, breaking 18 minutes at the Marion Invite in early September and outdueling teammate (and eventual third-place state meet finisher) Annie Christie at the MIC. She stumbled down the stretch at the semistate and state meet, which probably hurt her ratings, but our committee (of one) deem Klopstad a potential top five finisher this fall even in such a loaded year. Her track season was good, including 11:09 over 3200 meters in April, and her focus on the 800 in the tournament prevented us from getting a true gauge of her long-distance abilities in the spring.


11. Bailey Ranta – senior - Chesterton


Inccstats.com ranking: 15


State Meet History: 16th in ’18 (18:52), 92nd in ’19 (19:50), 160th in ’20 (21:00)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in New Prairie Sectional (19:11), 1st in Chesterton Regional (18:33), 2nd in New Prairie Semi-state (18:32), 160th in IHSAA State Finals (21:00)


2021 Track Tournament: 2nd in Chesterton Sectional 1600 (5:09), 1st in Chesterton Sectional 3200 (11:12), 3rd in Portage Regional 1600 (5:11), 2nd in Portage Regional 3200 (11:19), 9th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:52)


Outlook: Ranta has consistently been at the top of the state since her freshman year when she finished 16th at the state meet. Her past two state meets have been sub-par races by her own lofty standards, and her junior year was her best cross country state meet according to inccstats’ performance ratings. Ranta’s state finals performance in track illustrate an athlete at the absolute top of her game; she helped her team to a sixth-place finish in the 4x8 relay then doubled back to grab a medal in the 3200 in very challenging conditions.


12. Cara Naas – sophomore - Carmel


Inccstats.com ranking: 8


State Meet History: 20th in ’20 (18:56)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 6th in Noblesville Sectional (18:44), 12th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:44), 20th in IHSAA State Finals (18:56)


2021 Track Tournament: 3rd in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 3200 (11:09), 3rd in Lafayette Jeff Regional 3200 (11:06), 17th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:27)


Outlook: Naas demonstrated potential to be among the very best in the state as a freshman. Her 18:26 at the Marion Invite on a humid day and her improvement through each step of the tournament (based on inccstats performance adjustments) ended in a 20th place finish at the state meet. In the track season, she made the state meet in the 3200, no small task out of her regional. She also ran 10:45 at the Carmel Showcase ahead of many of those on this list.


13. Addison Knoblauch – sophomore – FW Homestead


Inccstats.com ranking: 6


State Meet History: 79th in ’20 (19:53)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in FW Northrop Sectional (19:01), 1st in West Noble Regional (18:39), 13th in New Haven Semi-state (19:14), 79th in IHSAA State Finals (19:53)


2021 Track Tournament: 2nd in New Haven Sectional 1600 (5:12), 1st in New Haven Sectional 3200 (11:36), 2nd in Marion Regional 3200 (11:07), 16th at IHSAA State Finals (11:17)


Outlook: Knoblauch had a successful freshman year, running under 18 minutes and ending the year ranked 14th on inccstats. Her semistate and state meets were sub-par, but her track season was reflective of someone in her position. We couldn’t get a glimpse into her potential at all distances since she was absent from both showcase meets in April, but her 11:07 over 3200 meters qualified for the state meet in track.


14. Bridget Gallagher – junior – Guerin Catholic


Inccstats.com ranking: 14


State Meet History: 13th in ’20 (18:41)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 4th in Noblesville Sectional (18:22), 6th in Noblesville Regional (18:18), 9th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:34), 13th in IHSAA State Finals (18:41)


2021 Track Tournament: 4th in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 1600 (5:13), 4th in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 3200 (11:27), 6th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 3200 (11:25)


Outlook: Gallagher had an incredible tournament in cross country, running well under 19 minutes each meet and finishing 13th at the state finals. Per inccstats ratings, her two best races last year happened on LaVern Gibson, a trend that can’t be ignored. Gallagher’s two track seasons have been interrupted; the first was cancelled due to Covid and she missed meets in April last year before ultimately running well but not fast enough to advance to the state meet in May.


15. Alivia Romaniuk – senior – Carmel


Inccstats.com ranking: 17


State Meet History: 90th in ’18 (19:52), 59th in ’19 (19:22), 15th in IHSAA State Finals (18:45)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Noblesville Sectional (18:21), 13th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:48), 15th in IHSAA State Finals (18:45)


2021 Track Tournament: 5th in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 1600 (5:13), 4th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 1600 (5:10), 13th at IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:13)


Outlook: Romaniuk has improved her finish at the state meet, and her inccstats rating, in each of her first three seasons. She also had a solid track season: 5:10 over 1600 meters and 11:10 over 3200 meters, including winning her heat at the Carmel Showcase. Romaniuk (and her teammates) also have an advantage that no one else on this list enjoys: she is one of three from her school on the top 25.


16. Andi VanMeter – senior - Jasper


Inccstats.com ranking: 20


State Meet History: 108th in ’18 (20:06), 50th in ’19 (19:13), 16th in ’20 (18:45)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Jasper Sectional (19:33), 2nd in Crawford County Regional (18:31), 3rd in Brown County Semi-state (18:26), 16th in IHSAA State Finals (18:45)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in Perry Central Sectional 1600 (5:13), 1st in Perry Central Sectional 3200 (11:26), 3rd in Evansville Central Regional 1600 (5:15), 1st in Evansville Central Regional 3200 (11:20), 26th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:57)


Outlook: VanMeter has steadily improved through high school, cutting her state meet finish in half or better each year. She’s very likely to run in her fourth state finals in cross country this fall, and she followed up her brilliant fall campaign with a great spring. VanMeter was a casualty of the heat at the state meet in track, but she ran two good doubles in the sectional and regional. Her 10:47 for the 3200 at the Carmel Showcase finished between the number nine and number seven on this list.


17. Jaydon Cirincione – senior – Floyd Central


Inccstats.com ranking: 21


State Meet History: 117th in ’18 (20:16), 194th in ’19 (22:03), 24th in ’20 (19:04)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Crawford County (19:08), 1st in Crawford County Regional (19:20), 5th in Brown County Semi-state (18:39), 24th in IHSAA State Finals (19:04)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in Corydon Central Sectional 1600 (5:19), 1st in Corydon Central Sectional 3200 (11:21), 1st in Evansville Central Regional 1600 (5:05), 2nd in Evansville Central Regional 3200 (11:24), 10th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:03),


Outlook: Cirincione demonstrated great improvement, running her two best seasons as a junior. She was All-State in cross country and just missed it in the track season over 1600 meters when she ran a PR of 5:03 and also qualified in the 3200 (but scratched it after the regional). In her senior year, Cirincione seems a probable All-Stater, though it is a rather strong year.


18. Ella DesJean – sophomore – Franklin Central


Inccstats.com ranking: 16


State Meet History: 21st in ’20 (18:56)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Mt. Vernon Sectional (19:15), 2nd in Rushville Regional (18:37), 16th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:54), 21st in IHSAA State Finals (18:56)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in Shelbyville Sectional 3200 (11:27), 4th in Franklin Regional 3200 (11:30)


Outlook: DesJean was All-State as a freshman, one of three girls to accomplish that last year. She should have a pretty similar experience in her sophomore year: a frontrunner with All-State potential on a possible podium team. DesJean’s track season was good; she just missed the state meet in the 3200 out of a pretty strong regional after giving her team a 4x8 leg, and she ran 11:15 at the Carmel Showcase earlier in the spring.


19. Lauren Klem – sophomore – Franklin


Inccstats.com ranking: 11


State Meet History: 27th in ’20 (19:05)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Franklin Sectional (18:42), 2nd in Franklin Regional (18:38), 7th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:26), 27th in IHSAA State Finals (19:05)


2021 Track Tournament: 3rd in Franklin Sectional 1600 (5:10), 3rd in Franklin Sectional 3200 (11:14), 4th in Franklin Regional 1600 (5:14), 5th in Franklin Regional 3200 (11:42)


Outlook: Klem had an awesome freshman year, just shy of an All-State finish after helping her team to its first ever state meet appearance. Based on the stats, her state meet was a below average performance so she may have a much higher ceiling than 19th as a sophomore. She attempted to double in the tournament so we don’t have a great glimpse of her potential in a single event while fresh. Given her freshman year performances plus the expected jump after gaining experience, Klem seems a probable All-Stater.


20. Gnister Grant – sophomore – Northview


Inccstats.com ranking: 19


State Meet History: 29th in ’20 (19:10)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Terre Haute North Sectional (19:51), 2nd in Bedford North Lawrence Regional (18:56), 4th in Brown County Semi-state (18:36), 29th in IHSAA State Finals (19:10)


2021 Track Tournament: 3rd in TH North Sectional 1600 (5:26), 3rd in Bloomington North Regional 1600 (5:15), 24th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:21)


Outlook: Grant had some really high moments as a freshman, and she nearly finished All-State in her first state finals. Her season started when she almost beat the eventual state champion in Terre Haute in the first week of the season. Her track season was solid; she progressed through the tournament in the 1600, the only event that she attempted. Grant has a very high ceiling; she may only be a scorer on a state meet team with Northview virtually a lock, but she could also be a top ten individual finisher.


21. Kiersten Hill – senior – Zionsville


Inccstats.com ranking: 26


State Meet History: 44th in ’20 (19:28)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Ben Davis Sectional (18:49), 1st in Ben Davis Regional (18:42), 11th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:35), 44th in IHSAA State Finals (19:28)


2021 Track Tournament: 3rd in Zionsville Sectional 1600 (5:12), 1st in Zionsville Sectional 3200 (11:18), 5th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 3200 (11:14), 14th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:15)


Outlook: Hill had a solid junior year, and our committee (of one) is really high on her chances as a senior. She is clearly better over longer distances, though she had good performances over both 1600 and 3200 in the track season. Her season culminated with a solid race at the state finals in the 3200, and her 11:09 at the Carmel Showcase placed her ahead of some of the girls ahead of her on this list.


22. Lily Baker – junior – Columbus North


Inccstats.com ranking: 29


State Meet History: 42nd in ’20 (19:10), 21st in ’21 (19:11)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Columbus North Regional (18:31), 6th in Brown County Semi-state (18:50), 31st in IHSAA State Finals (19:11)


2021 Track Tournament:1st in Franklin Sectional 800 (2:18), 3rd in Franklin Regional 800 (2:16), 20th in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:21)


Outlook: Baker was great as a freshman and awesome as a sophomore, cutting her state meet finish in half to earn All-State honors. She has a history of running well on LaVern Gibson; her two best races as a freshman took place there, and (excluding the unreliable week one ratings) her top performance rating as a sophomore was the state finals. Baker was 5:11 for a full mile at the Flashes Showcase, and she concentrated on the 800 in the track tournament.


23. Hannah Moore – sophomore - Northwestern


Inccstats.com ranking: 18


State Meet History: 22nd in ’20 (18:57)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Logansport Sectional (19:19), 2nd in Logansport Regional (19:15), 5th in New Prairie Semi-state (18:51), 22nd in IHSAA State Finals (18:57)


2021 Track Tournament: 1st in Western Sectional 800 (2:27), 1st in Western Sectional 1600 (5:15), 3rd in Western Sectional 3200 (12:25), 11st in Goshen Regional 1600 (5:45), 8th in Goshen Regional 3200 (12:06)


Outlook: Moore is tough to rank heading into the season. She progressed through the tournament individually and ran her best race to finish All-State. Given the typical freshman-to-sophomore improvement, the advanced stats are bullish on her outlook this season. The track season is hard to gauge; she was absent from the showcase meets, and she attempted to run a lot of races in the tournament which made advancement tough.


24. Brianna Newell – junior – Columbus North


Inccstats.com ranking: 31


State Meet History: 36th in ’19 (19:06), 83rd in ’20 (19:56)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Brown County Sectional (19:06), 2nd in Columbus North Regional (18:19), 22nd in Brown County Semi-state (19:25), 83rd, in IHSAA State Finals (19:56)


2021 Track Tournament: 2nd in Franklin Sectional 1600 (5:07), 3rd in Franklin Sectional 1600 (5:12), 19th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:19)


Outlook: Newell was awesome as a freshman and about equally as good as a sophomore. She had a sub-par state meet, but one bad race has no correlation moving forward. In fact, many of her better races have happened on the famed LaVern Gibson course, and her stats (5:07 over 1600 meters and 18:19 in cross country) are among the very best in the state. Newell’s place as a difference maker on a title contender has to help as well.


25. Lily Myers – junior – Bloomington South


Inccstats.com ranking: 32


State Meet History: 140th in ’19 (20:34), 35th in ’20 (19:15)


2020 Cross Country Tournament: 4th in Bedford North Lawrence Sectional (19:28), 5th in Bedford North Lawrence Regional (19:10), 9th in Brown County Semi-state (18:58), 35th in IHSAA State Finals (19:15)


2021 Track Tournament: 3rd in Bloomington North Sectional 3200 (11:37), 3rd in Bloomington North Regional 3200 (11:40), 21st in IHSAA State Finals (11:43)


Outlook: Myers was wildly improved in her sophomore season, 35th at the state meet in her best race of the season based on inccstats’ adjusted ratings. Her track season was equally as good. She made the state meet in the 3200. Though she trailed off a bit timewise in the tournament—remember it was close to ninety degrees the day of the state meet—she ran 5:17 for a full mile and 11:16 for 3200 meters in April.


Honorable mention: Elizabeth Barrett, Fishers; Jacquline Brasseale, Evansville Memorial; Brooke Hansen, FW Carroll; Madeline Keller, Brebeuf; Jamie Klavon, Carmel; Maggie Powers, HSE; Kaitlyn Stewart, Floyd Central; Lillian Zelasko, New Prairie

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