Trinity Wilson of St. Mary's (Berkeley, Calif.) hurdled her way through an undefeated high school season and gold medals at both the World Youth and Pan American Junior Championships to top the 2011 All-USA girls track and field selections. She ranks No. 2 all-time on the world youth (30-inch low) hurdles list at 13.11 seconds and earlier set the USA age 16 record for the high school (33-inch) hurdles (13.15). Setting USA high school records in the field were Aviona Allgood of Legacy (North Las Vegas, Nev.) in the javelin throw, 176 feet, 8 inches, and Margan leLeux of Catholic (New Iberia, La.) in the pole vault, 14-2¾. Undefeated sprinter Octavious Freeeman of Lake Wales, Fla., led the 100 meter rankings for a second year. Ajee Wilson of Neptune, N.J., went undefeated in the 800 meters, culminating in gold at the World Youth Champs in France, ahead of National Federation record breaker Amy Weissenbach of Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood, Calif.).

Sprints (100, 200, 400)

Athlete, Yr.; School (location); Performances

*Kendall Baisden, So.; Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills, Mich.); 52.87, 400

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*Dezerea Bryant, Sr.; Bradley Tech (Milwaukee); 11.38, 100; 23.01, 200

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*Octavious Freeman, Sr.; Lake Wales, Fla.; 11.21, 100; 22.96, 200

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Precious Holmes, So.; Hillhouse (New Haven, Conn.); 3.16, 400

*Myasia Jacobs, Jr.; Paramus (N.J.) Catholic; 11.47, 100

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Kyra Jefferson, So.; Cass Tech (Detroit); 23.53, 200

Akawkaw Ndipagbor, Sr.; Long Beach Poly; 23.35, 200; 53.38, 400

Courtney Okolo, Jr.; Smith (Carrollton, Texas); 53.03, 400

Robin Reynolds, Jr.; Jackson (Miami); 52.72, 400

Keilah Tyson, Sr.; Western Branch (Chesapeake, Va.); 11.39, 100; 23.53, 200

Trackings: Undefeated Freeeman led the 100 rankings for a second year. The Central Florida-bound speedster added the top spot in the 200 this year, ranking just ahead of also unbeaten Wisconsin champ Bryant at both distances.

Distances (800, 1,500, 1,600, mile, 3K, 3,200, 2 mile, 5,000, steeplechase)

Athlete, Yr.; School (location); Performances

Kayla Beattie, Sr.; Woodstock, Ill.; 9:16.39, 3K; 9:56.96, 3,200

Mary Cain, Fr.; Bronxville, N.Y.; 2:06.44, 800; 4:17.84, 1,500

Camille Chapus, Jr.; Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood,Calif.); 4:17.12, 1,500; 4:40.88, 1,600; 4:42.71, mile

*Aisling Cuffe, Sr.; Cornwall Central (New Windsor, N.Y.); 4:19.83, 1,500; 4:40.56, 1,,600; 9:13.57, 3K; 9:54.22, 2-mile

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Wesley Frazier, So.; Ravenscroft (Raleigh, N.C.); 10:10.86, 2 mile; 16:24.83, 5K

Hannah Meier, So.; Grosse Pointe South (Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.); 2:07.37, 800; 4:20.65, 1,500; 4:42.60, 1,600

*Madeline Meyers, Jr.; The Northwest School (Seattle); 6:29.20, 2K steeple

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Waverly Neer, Sr.; Culver (Ind.) Academy; 9:16.23, 3K

Haley Pierce, Jr.; Tatnall School (Wilmington, Del.); 4:41.19, 1,600; 9:16.35, 3K

Amy Weissenbach, Jr.; Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood,Calif.); 2:02.04, 800

*Ajee Wilson, Jr.; Neptune, N.J.; 2:02.64, 800

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Trackings: Wilson became the first U.S. athlete to win gold in the 800 meters at the World Youth Championships and beat Weissenbach, who set a National Federation record of 2:02.04 at her state meet. Chapus and Weissenbach keyed Harvard-Westlake to an all-time high school distance medley relay record. Meyers broke the high school steeplechase record twice. Stanford-bound Cuffe became the first girl to run under 10 minutes for 2 miles outdoors. Meyers is an added distance selection after breaking the high record in the steeplechase — an event not recognized by most state high school associations.

Hurdles (100, 300, 400)

Athlete School (location); Performances

*Kaila Barber, Sr.; Midpark (Middleburg Heights, Ohio); 41.01, 300; 58.40, 400

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*Amber Bryant-Brock, Jr.; McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.); 58.67, 400

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Melia Cox, Sr.; Long Beach Poly; 13.34, 100; 40.94, 300

Nnenya Hailey, Jr.; Mount Vernon Presbyterian (Atlanta); 57.93, 400

Dior Hall, Fr.; Washington (Denver); 13.18, 100

Keni Harrison, Sr.; Clayton, N.C.; 13.49, 100; 41.41, 300

*Leah Nugent, Sr.; Abington, Pa.; 41.10, 300; 57.72, 400

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Morgan Snow, Sr.; Southwest DeKalb (Decatur, Ga.); 13.51, 10H

*Kendell Williams, So.; Kell (Marietta, Ga.); 13.50, 100; 6-0, HJ

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*Trinity Wilson, Jr.; St. Mary's (Berkeley, Calif.); 13.15, 100

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Trackings: Wilson owns the high school age 14, 15, and 16 100 hurdle records and the sophomore class mark. The junior ranks No. 3 all-time and has been chasing the high school record of 12.95 set in 1979 by Candy Young in her junior year at Beaver Falls, Pa. Williams won the bronze medal in the 100 low hurdles at the World Youth Championships. This year she added the sophomore class record in the heptathlon, 5,169 points (to the freshman record she set in 2010). And Williams was No. 2 on the season high jump list at 6-0. Cox, the 300 hurdles leader, is headed to Southern California.

Jumps (high, long, triple, pole vault)

Athlete, Yr.; School (location); Performances

Ciarra Brewer, Sr.; James Logan (Union City, Calif.); 43-2½, TJ

*Taylor Burke, Sr.; Medina, Ohio; 6-1¼, HJ

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Nadia Eke, Jr.; Holy Names (Worcester, Mass.); 41-9½, TJ

Carla Forbes, So.; Newton (Mass.) North; 42-1½, TJ

DerRenae Freeman, Jr.; West Orange (Winter Garden, Fla.); 20-¾, LJ

Jena Hemann, Sr.; Central (Breese, Ill.); 6-0, HJ; 20-1½, LJ

Thea LaFond, Sr.; Kennedy (Silver Spring, Md.); 41-8½, TJ

*Morgan LeLeux, Sr.; Catholic (New Iberia, La.); 14-2¾, PV

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Madeline Morrow, Jr.; Hoover (North Canton, Ohio; 5-11, HJ

*Jenna Prandini, Sr.; Clovis, Calif.; 20-4½ LJ ; 11.51, 100; 23.75, 200

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Trackings: Georgia-bound LeLeux added 1 inches to the high school pole vault record set in 2007 by Tori Anthony of Castilleja (Palo Alto, Calif.) and won the gold medal at the Pan Am Junior Championships. Long jumper leader Prandini, also a champion sprinter, is headed to Oregon; triple jump pacesetter Brewer to Florida.

Throws (shot put, discus, hammer, javelin)

Athlete, Yr.; School (location); Performances

*Avione Allgood, Jr.; Legacy (North Las Vegas, Nev.); 176-8, JT

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*Shelby Ashe, Sr.; St. Pius X (Atlanta); 211-1, HT

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Tori Bliss, Sr.; Portage, Ind.; 50-9½, SP

*Kelsey Card, Sr.; Carlinville, Ind.; 50-8¾, SP; 164-8 DT

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*Hannah Carson, Sr.; Chandler, Ariz.; 170-9, JT

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Haley Crouser, So.; Gresham, Ore.; 173-0, JT

Christie Hillman, Sr.; St. Thomas More (Magnolia, Del.); 50-0, SP

Christine Kirkwood, Sr.; Othello, Wash.; 173-9, JT

Daina Levy, Sr.; Kennesaw Mountain (Kennesaw, Ga.); 198-10, HT

Shelbi Vaughan, Jr.; Legacy (Mansfield, Texas); 46-11, SP; 176-5 DT

Trackings: The year of the javelin produced four of the top six high school marks in U.S. history. Allgood broke the high school record and finished fourth among all of the USA's top throwers at the USA Track and Field Senior nationals. But Carson beat Allgood for the USATF junior national title a few hours later. Kirkwood was undefeated. Crouser was undefeated in U.S. high school competition and finished fourth at the World Youth Championships. Allgood capped her year with gold medals at the Pan Am Juniors and USATF National Junior Olympics. Only Texas Tech-bound Carson, who had her best mark of 173-7 in 2007, has graduated. Ashe, who set the high school hammer record of 214-4 in 2010, added the No. 2 all-time performance of 211-1 this season and won USATF Juniors.