Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Coach Casey Jeter said he was happy with his team’s fourth place finish at the Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Meet held Saturday (January 11). He said he was proud of his lifters who he said have put in a lot of hard work, some since September. Three Lady Cats competed: Addy Lamb, Rory Young and Sable Erdmier. Coach Jeter has especially high hopes for Erdmier who he thinks can be a top five finisher at the State Meet this year. He said Erdmier shocked a lot of people with her 350 pound dead lift and how easy she made it look. Coach Jeter said senior George Greenway and Jesse Carrillo were both currently in the top five in the state after Saturday’s lifting. He said Greenway lifted 1450 pounds Saturday besting the state qualifying total by 50 pounds. Coach Jeter said right now no one in the region is even close to Greenway and Carrillo. Carrillo’s brother Ryan also had a big lifting day Saturday as did Chad Maynard. Coach Jeter said newcomer Raydon McCormack also had a good meet Saturday. Being a first meet, Coach Jeter saw lots of his lifters with the potential to lift a lot more weight in weeks ahead. The next meet for Sulphur Springs is at Emory Rains on Saturday, January 25.
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