8/17/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

With the season nearing an end we have just a few updates on this week’s performance list. Read more

8/10/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

This week’s national performance list features a new leader with the collegiate 16-pound hammer. Brothers Michael Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) and Steven Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) made their season debut with the implement over the weekend and took over the national lead. Michael had the best mark, adding 14 feet to the previous national lead. Steven was also more than 10 feet over the old mark. Read more

8/3/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

As the season draws to a close, this week’s national performance list featured fewer improvements at the top of the high school lists. However there were many notable improvements overall. Leading the way was Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI), who improved his personal best and national lead with the international under-18 5-kilogram hammer. Read more

7/27/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

This week’s national performance list features a new national lead with the international 6-kilogram junior hammer. Michael Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) took over the national lead with the high school hammer earlier in the month, but it was his brother Steven Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) who beat him and took the national lead with the international hammer. His throw of 213’4″ claimed the national lead by one foot. Read more

7/20/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

A new national lead highlights this week’s national performance lists. Michael Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) took make the national lead with his winning throw at the latest New York Hammer Series meet. His brother Steven Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) also improved and sits in fourth position. Out west in the Centralia Hammer Series an improvement from Ian Frost (Mary M. Knight, Elma, WA) moved him up the rankings to 11th. Read more

7/13/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

There were many changes to the national list this week after the various Junior Olympic regional championships took place across the country. The most movement took place on the boy’s list, where there were two improvements in the top 10. Jacob Slate (Chandler, AZ) broke the Arizona state record to move up to third in the nation at the Region 10 championship. Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) moved up to seventh in the nation with a new national freshman class record at the Region 13 championship. Read more

7/6/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

It was a relatively quiet holiday weekend, and as a result this week’s national rankings have few improvements. Among the top performers was Ian Frost (Mary M. Knight, Elma, WA) who improved his best with the senior 16-pound hammer at the latest Centralia hammer meet and now sits just two feet off the national lead. Read more

6/29/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

One again there were some major changes in the girl’s national rankings this week, including three improvements among the top seven throwers. Leading the way was Alyssa Wilson (Donovan Catholic, Toms River, NJ) who moved up to fourth nationally with her win at the USATF Junior National Championships. Molly Leppelmeier (McComb, OH) and Shelby Moran (Sherwood, OR) also had substantial improvements at the meet to move up to sixth and seventh rank nationally. Read more

6/22/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

A pair of spectacular season debuts at New Balance Nationals highlight this week’s rankings. Jordan Geist (Knoch, Saxonburg, PA) jumped into the national lead in his first hammer meet ever. On the girl’s side Alyssa Wilson (Donovan Catholic, Toms River, NJ) made her season debut in fifth position nationally. Read more

6/15/17 U.S. High School Hammer List

Competing as a guest at the New England High School Hammer Championship, Jill Shippee (Shenendehowa, Clifton Park, NY) closed in on the national lead and became the fifth thrower ever to break 200 feet in high school. Makenli Forrest (Woodward Academy, College Park, GA) also jumped up the rankings with an improvement of nearly 20 feet over her old season’s best. Her new best of 188’0″ now ranks third in the country. On the boy’s side, Silas Hurst (Santiago Corona, Corona, CA) was one of two new boys to break 200 feet, bringing the season total to 19 athletes over the barrier. Read more