Poll: Who is the best girls track athlete in the area?



Last week Strafford's Blake Alexander was voted the best boys track athlete in the area, this week it is the girls' turn. Who do you think is the area's best girls track athlete? Vote now!

Who is the best girls track athlete in the area?
Dorthy Adams - Waynesville
( 0% )
Allison Bailey - Kickapoo
( 2% )
Kailey Chapman - Spokane
( 41% )
Moriah Dapprich - Branson
( 0% )
Emilyn Dearman - Stockton
( 26% )
Lauren Franz - West Plains
( 0% )
Erin Roebuck - Catholic
( 2% )
Hannah Smith - Hollister
( 6% )
Brooke Stanfield - Republic
( 14% )
McKenzie Wright - Camdenton
( 8% )
 


Dorthy Adams - Waynesville
Adams is a key part of Waynesville's area-leading 800 and 1600-meter relay teams. Individually she is fifth in the 400-meter dash and 11th in the 100.

Allison Bailey - Kickapoo
Bailey leads the area in the 400-meter dash by over a second at 57.57. She is also at the top of the 800-meter run list with a time of 2:24.32.

Kailey Chapman - Spokane
Chapman's best events are the hurdles where she is No. 1 in the 300 hurdles and No. 2 in the 100 hurdles for the area. She also is a force in the short sprints with the area's second-best 100-meter dash time and 12th-best time in the 200.

Moriah Dapprich - Branson
Dapprich is unmatched in the discus throw in Southwest Missouri as she leads the event by almost eight feet with a throw of 144'01". She also is a factor in the shot put where she sits at No. 6 in the area.

Emilyn Dearman - Stockton
Dearman and Chapman have quite the hurdle rivalry going as Dearman has the area's best 100 hurdle time just ahead of Chapman and second-best 300 hurdle time just behind Chapman. She is tied for second in the high jump at 5'2". The Stockton stand out also runs a leg on the 1600-meter relay team that sits at No. 2 in the area behind only Waynesville.

Lauren Franz - West Plains
Franz tops the area's 1600-meter run leaderboard with a best performance of 5:24.03 for the metric mile. She also is a key factor in the Zizzers' area-leading 3200-meter relay squad. Her time in the 3200-meter run is good enough for eighth in that event.

Erin Roebuck - Catholic
Roebuck is solid in all of the sprints, but it is the 200 where she ranks the best with the second-best time in the area. She has the fourth-best 400-meter time and checks in at No. 20 on the 100-meter dash list. The Catholic stand-out is also the anchor for the area's third-fastest 1600-meter relay squad.

Hannah Smith - Hollister
Smith leads the 100-meter dash by a wide margin in a time of 12.35 and sits at No. 9 in the 200, but her talents aren't limited to just the track. She holds the second-best long jump in the area and won the COC Small long jump title last week despite jumping with a strained quad.

Brooke Stanfield - Republic

Stanfield shows up in the top 15 of four individual events. She leads the 200, is second in the 400, sits at fourth in the 100 and is 11th in the high jump.

McKenzie Wright - Camdenton
Wright is the jumping queen of the Ozarks. She leads the high jump by two inches at 5'6" and the triple jump by almost two feet at 38'04". In the long jump she is third.

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