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Wildcats Jesse Carrillo and George Greenway Qualify For State Powerlifting Meet
Mar05

Wildcats Jesse Carrillo and George Greenway Qualify For State Powerlifting Meet

Wildcats’ powerlifters Jesse Carrillo and George Greenway qualfied for the State Powerlifting Meet in Abilene on March 28 at the Regional Meet held Wednesday (March 4) in Pine Tree. Carrillo, competing in the 148 pound weight class finished in second place Wednesday. Wildcats Powerlifting Coach Casey Jeter said Carrillo had personal bests in squat and bench press and had to lift 460 pounds in dead lift to reach the 1200 pound...

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Wildcats Senior Linebacker George Greenway Signs to Play Football at Kilgore College
Feb05

Wildcats Senior Linebacker George Greenway Signs to Play Football at Kilgore College

Wildcats inside linebacker George Greenway, who missed most of this football season season with a broken collarbone, was all smiles Wednesday (February 5) as he signed a letter of intent to play college football at Kilgore College. The signing, at the Multipurpose Building, drew a large number of high school students as well as quite a number of Greenway’s relatives. Greenway explained he has family in Kilgore so he contacted...

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Wildcats Tie for Third, Lady Cats Take Fourth at Emory Rains Powerlifting Meet Saturday
Jan28

Wildcats Tie for Third, Lady Cats Take Fourth at Emory Rains Powerlifting Meet Saturday

Wildcats and Lady Cats Powerlifting Coach Casey Jeter said his teams had a very good meet Saturday (January 25) at Emory. It was the second meet of the season for the teams. The Wildcats tied for third place and the Lady Cats, despite having only three lifters, placed fourth. All three Lady Cats lifters placed. Addy Lamb was second in the 123-pound weight class. Coach Jeter said she squatted 240 pounds, bench pressed 90 pounds and...

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Big Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Meet Takes Place Saturday At Multipurpose Building
Jan09

Big Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Meet Takes Place Saturday At Multipurpose Building

Sulphur Springs High School Powerlifting Coach Casey Jeter says the Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Meet is huge and one of the biggest in Texas. It takes place Saturday, January 11, in the Multipurpose Building on campus. He says this year’s meet will be ever bit as large as last year’s. Coach Jeter says he has already had more than 15 schools say they are coming. He says the number of female lifters equals male lifters for...

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Powerlifting Qualifies Two Girls for Regional Powerlifting Meet
Feb21

Powerlifting Qualifies Two Girls for Regional Powerlifting Meet

The Sulphur Springs High School Powerlifting Team will be sending two girls to the Girls Regional Powerlifting Meet held at Pine Tree in Longview on February 28. Qualifying are freshman Addyson Lamb, ranked #9 in the region in the 123-pound weight class and Sable Erdmier , ranked #4 in the region in the 165-pound weight class. Both girls had lifts that were personal records at a meet in Commerce Friday. In Commerce, Erdmier had a 250...

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Wildcats Powerlifting Places 3rd at Emory Rains Meet
Jan28

Wildcats Powerlifting Places 3rd at Emory Rains Meet

The Wildcats’ powerlifting team took third place at an Emory Rains meet Saturday (January 26). Powerlifting Coach Casey Jeter said 10 Wildcats earned medals and all lifters had at least one personal best lift. He said the lifters weight lifting totals went up as they competed much better than they did at their home meet on January 12. For the Wildcats, Jacob Semler finished 4th in the 114 pound weight class. Oscar Yanez was...

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SSHS Powerlifting  Meet Was Possibly Largest Invitationial In Texas
Jan14

SSHS Powerlifting Meet Was Possibly Largest Invitationial In Texas

Sulphur Springs High School Powerlifting Coach Casey Jeter said the annual Sulphur Springs Powerlifting Meet on Saturday (January 12) was as big as ever. He quoted Superintendent Michael Lamb saying it was probably the biggest invitational meet in Texas. Coach Jeter said no one doubts that. There were 10 platforms for 400 plus lifters both boys and girls inside the Multipurpose Building. Coach Jeter said the meet went smoothly. He...

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Wildcats Place First at Commerce Powerlifting Meet
Feb19

Wildcats Place First at Commerce Powerlifting Meet

The Wildcats’ powerlifting team took first place at the Raise The Bar Invitational in Commerce Saturday. The Wildcats had twelve of thirteen lifters medal and they racked up 60 points. Second place Lone Oak had 34 points. The Wildcats also had the best pound for pound big lifter and smaller lifter. D’Idrec Dugan was named the top big boy lifter as he finished first in the 242-pound weight class. Wildcats Coach Casey Jeter...

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Casey Jeter, Wildcats Powerlifting Coach, on Mount Pleasant Meet
Feb05

Casey Jeter, Wildcats Powerlifting Coach, on Mount Pleasant Meet

A 12-member Wildcats’ powerlifting team, made up mostly of freshmen and sophomores, finished seventh at a Mount Pleasant meet on Saturday. Wildcats Coach Casey Jeter said he wanted his young lifters to be featured while the veteran lifters had time off to heal up for future events. 220 lifters participated and Coach Jeter said six of his dozen Wildcats got medals for top five finishes. In the 114 pound weight class, Trenton...

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Wildcats Finish Second at Emory Powerlifting Meet
Jan30

Wildcats Finish Second at Emory Powerlifting Meet

The Wildcats’ powerlifting team, competing against 17 schools and 250 lifters, finished in second place at an Emory Rains meet last Saturday. Wildcats Coach Casey Jeter said he was proud of how the Wildcats competed. He noted that the Wildcats, with 35 points, missed out on first place by a single point. For the Wildcats, Ian Blanch took first place in the 242 pound weight class with a total lift of 1485 pounds. Alex Rodriguez...

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