Top Minnesota Girls Athletes to Watch at All-Comers Meet #4


The track at Bethel Fieldhouse will be taken over again this weekend at the USATF Minnesota All-Comers Meet #4 where some of the top athletes will take to the track and to the "field" to compete!

Here we look at who some of the top girls athletes will be at the meet!

*Based on current entries. Entries subject to change.


Emelia Skistad (Monticello)

A sprinting state champion and decorated indoor track and field runner, Skistad has competed at every All-Comers meet so far in Minnesota, winning 6 of 8 titles along the way. She has set new PRs in the 60m (7.89) and 200m (26.16) this season and currently ranks #1 in Minnesota in both events. Skistad this past outdoor season was the Class AA state champion in the 200m and was the runner-up in the 100m. This highly decorated athlete will be favored in both the 60m and 200m at this meet. 

Addyson White (Prior Lake) 

A Penn State University commit, White will make her indoor track and field debut at this meet as she is entered in the 200m and 60m hurdles. White this past outdoor season was a state qualifier for Class AAA in the 100m dash and the 300m hurdles. She finished 6th in the 100m and 2nd in the 300m hurdles. She owns impressive PRs of 12.06 in the 100m, 15.36 in the 100m hurdles and 43.36 in the 300m hurdles. How that translates to indoors? We will find out shortly. 

Hattie Anderson (Minneapolis Washburn)

One of the breakout track stars of 2023, last time we saw Anderson compete for Washburn she was at the MSHSL State Championships as a freshman, competing in the 100m, 200m and long jump. Last we saw her this indoor season was at the All-Comers Meet #2, where she competed in the triple jump and finished 4th overall and 2nd in her age group. 

Here she is slated to compete in the 400m, long jump and triple jump. 

Macy Hanson (Fairmont)

Hanson only ran two indoor races last year and was impressive in both with her times of 5:19.69 in the 1600m and 5:12.30 in the mile. Her mile time ranks #8 all-time for the indoor mile among Minnesota girls all-time. Hanson has long been one of the most talented distance runners in Class AA, finishing in the top-ten of the state cross country championships the last three seasons and finishing 12th in the 3200m at state in 2023.