Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Arkansas high school athlete of the week for May 3-9 as nominated by coaches, readers and fans. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m. If you would like to make a nomination in a future week, email email@example.com or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveark.
Raghan Allen, Conway girls track: Allen PR’d in the 100 (12.17) and 200 (25.26) at the 6A state championships, finishing in first place in both events. She also was part of Conway’s winning 4×100 relay.
Sophia Allen, Sheridan girls track: Allen’s personal-best mark of 11-7 made her a 5A state champion in the pole vault.
Clare Barger, Harrison girls soccer: Barger recorded a hat trick in the first half and added a fourth goal in the second half to power Harrison to a 6-0 win over Dardanelle and the 4A-West Conference championship.
Chance Broussard, Booneville baseball: Broussard homered, doubled twice and drove in three in Booneville’s 27-2 rout of Lincoln.
Ta’Nya Burnett, West Memphis girls track: Burnett won 5A state championships in two events — the long jump (17-11.5) and triple jump (37-7).
Woyn Chatmon, Little Rock Central boys track: Chatmon won 6A state championships in the 100 (10.60), 200 (21.82) and 400 (48.18).
Patrick Elliott, Pea Ridge boys track: Elliott helped Pea Ridge claim the 4A state crown by winning the 100 (11.23), 200 (22.55) and 400 (50.72). He also was part of the winning 4×400 relay.
Hannah Estes, Fayetteville girls track: Estes won 6A state titles in the 100 hurdles (14.97), pole vault (11-2) and 4×200 relay.
Kaleigha Fielstra, Magnolia girls track: Fielstra PR’d in the discus (109-10) in winning the 4A state title.
Peyton Goldschmidt, Ozark Catholic baseball: Goldschmidt had two hits, drove in three runs and struck out 10 in five innings to lead Ozark Catholic to a 19-4 win over Ozark Mountain.
Jadyn Hart, Paris softball: Hart fired a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts to lead Paris to a 3-1 win over Valley Springs in a regional semifinal. In the final against Booneville, she earned the win again and belted two home runs in Paris’ 8-4 victory.
Sam Hurley, Fayetteville boys track: Hurley won state titles in the high jump (6-5), pole vault (13-10) and long jump (23-2), helping Fayetteville earn the 6A team championship.
Jamarious Johnson, Arkansas boys track: Johnson won 5A state titles in the 110 hurdles (14.50) and 300 hurdles (39.63).
Beck Jones, Harrison baseball: Jones hit a grand slam and finished with eight RBIs in Harrison’s 22-17 win over Shiloh Christian in a 4A North Regional semifinal.
Paige Lambert, Sylvan Hills girls track: Lambert won 5A state titles in the 100 hurdles (15.67) and 300 hurdles (47.12).
Tyrell Lambert, Hot Springs boys track: At the 5A championships, Lambert triple jumped a personal-best 46-3, claiming the state title.
Mia Loafman, Rogers girls track: Loafman PR’d in the 3200 meters (11:19.18) at the 6A championships, winning the state title.
Cedric Pearson, Bentonville West boys track: Pearson won 6A state titles in the shot put (56-4.5) and discus (165-8).
Olivia Pielemeier, Lake Hamilton girls track: Pielemeier won 5A state titles in the 800 (2:20.47, a personal best) and the 1600 (5:13.90). She also was part of Lake Hamilton’s winning 4×800 relay.
Reuben Reina, Har-Ber boys track: Reina won the 6A title in the 1600 meters at 4:14.60 and set a meet record in the 3200 with a time of 9:22.89.
Emily Robinson, Bentonville girls track: Robinson helped Bentonville claim the 6A team championship by winning the 800 (2:20.28) and the 1600 (5:11.43). She also was part of Bentonville’s winning 4×400 and 4×800 relay teams.
Kelsey Ross, Bentonville girls track: Ross won the shot put (41-8) and discus (124-8) at the 6A state championships, helping Bentonville claim the team title.
Jace Sutulovich, Siloam Springs boys track: Sutulovich won the 5A state shot put title with a personal-best mark of 52-1.5.
Anna Woolsey, Ozark girls track: Woolsey claimed 4A state titles in the 200 (26.25) and 400 (59.42).
Madison Holloway, Conway girls track: Holloway won the long jump at the 6A state meet with a personal-best 18-9.25, which set a school record. She also holds the school’s high jump record (5-7). She placed third in the high jump and second in the triple jump at the state meet.