Girls 1A Report Card: Week 8

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Heather Graham sits on top of the shot put and is No. 2 in the discus. 

Some events have their clear favorites, while others will look to be determined over the next month. We've got the leaders of every event in 1A here, and the Top-10 on the next page.

Zariah Mason has been a dominating figure among 1A sprints since her freshmen year, and with one month to go before state she's sitting on top of the sprints. She's got a dominating hold over the 100 and the 200. Likewise, Skyla Miller has got nearly half-a-second over her nearest competition in the 400.
Meanwhile, the 800 has three runner within a second of each other. But if state were today, it would be Leeann Wagner walking to the top of the podium.
In the distance events Emma Schaefer tops the charts and is a clear favorite to claim state titles in the 1,600, and the 3,200. She's holds the fastest time in the 1,600 by nine seconds, and in the 3,200 by 17 seconds.
The 100 hurdles appear to be more of a race, however, as the top-three are all within a tenth-of-a-second of each other. Currently leading the charge is Claire Carlson.
The 300 hurdles are where the name Faith Novess tops the charts for the first time on our lists, and it's not the last. Novess also holds the No.1 mark in the high jump.
Speaking of domination, Heather Graham is the No. 1 in the shot by a staggering five feet. Additionally, she's No. 3 in all-classifications, making her one tough competitor to beat within 1A. She's also No. 2 in the discus, just behind Mariah Smith, who holds the top mark by a foot.
In the long jump Skyla Miller is the lone competitor who has gone beyond 16 feet this season, while Carlson pops up again as a  No. 1 in the triple jump.
The favorite for next month's state meet in the pole vault is none other then Marina Flandrick, who holds the No.1 mark by over a foot.
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