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National high school top stars, best girls performances of the week (June 5-11)

Which high school girls turned in the best performances this week?

Each week, SBLive scours all corners of the country for the top high school performances.

Here are the best girls performances around the country from June 5-11.

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Sophia Bordi, Haddon Heights (New Jersey)

Bordi, a sophomore, threw a perfect game with 16 strikeouts as Haddon Heights defended its state title with a 3-0 victory over Jefferson in the Group 2 final. In last year’s title game, Bordi fanned 20 in a 4-0 win over Hanover Park.

Rachel Forsyth, Ann Arbor Pioneer (Michigan)

Forsyth won the 800 at the Michigan Champions of Champions Festival with a time of 2:06.88, the sixth-fastest mark in state history and just outside the national top 10 this spring.

Ciara Heffron, Knoxville (Iowa)

Heffron struck out 11 and hit a home run in a 4-0 victory over Albia.

Adaejah Hodge, Montverde Academy (Florida)

Hodge ran a wind-aided 11.08 100 at the Star Athletics Sprint Series, the third-fastest all-conditions time in the country this spring. The sophomore also holds the fastest all-conditions 200 time nationally at 22.31.

Erin Hoehn, North Posey (Indiana)

Hoehn, a Michigan signee, threw a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts and hit a walk-off three-run homer that lifted North Posey to a 3-0 victory over Andrean in the Class 2A state championship game.

Shea Hurley, Westfield (Massachusetts)

Hurley fanned 16 and didn’t allow a hit or an earned run in an 11-2 state round-of-16 win over Wakefield Memorial. In the state quarterfinals, the sophomore struck out 11 and surrendered just two runs on four hits in a 4-2 victory over Silver Lake.

Chloe Jackson, Kellam (Virginia)

Jackson, a sophomore, blasted a pair of home runs — the first two of her high school career — in a 4-2 Class 6 state quarterfinal victory over Colgan.

Addison Kleinke, Churchill (Oregon)

Kleinke set a new personal record in the pole vault with a clearance of 13-7.5 at the USATF Oregon Association Masters and Open Championships. The freshman owns the Oregon state record in the pole vault.

Sage Mardjetko, Lemont (Illinois)

Mardjetko fired a no-hitter in the state championship game for the second straight season, striking out 24 in a 12-inning marathon against Antioch. Lemont scratched across a run in the bottom of the 12th in the Class 3A title game for a 1-0 win. Mardjetko, a South Carolina signee, didn’t allow an earned run during her senior season.

Karly Meredith, Kaukauna (Wisconsin)

Meredith, a sophomore, threw a five-hit shutout as Kaukauna captured the Division I state championship with a 4-0 victory over Superior.

Angelina Napoleon, Allegany-Limestone (New York)

Napoleon, an N.C. State signee, set a new national record in the 2,000 steeplechase with a time of 6:18.41 to win gold at the state meet. She also placed first in the 800 by finishing in 2:03.97, the third-best time in the country this season.

Kate Putman, Cicero-North Syracuse (New York)

Putnam won the 1,500 by more than five seconds at the state meet, finishing in 4:19.27 — the third-fastest time in the country this spring. The senior also took second to Angelina Napoleon in the 800 with a nationally-ranked time of 2:05.25.

Keagan Rothrock, Roncalli (Indiana)

Rothrock, a Florida signee, struck out 17 and belted a home run in the Class 4A state championship game, but Roncalli fell to Penn, 2-1, in nine innings.

Sianni Wynn, Pennsauken (New Jersey)

Wynn captured a pair of state titles at the Group 4 track championships, winning the 100 (11.82) and 400 (53.97). Wynn was the first Pennsauken freshman to earn a gold medal at state in 24 years.