Tri-Village girls place 3rd at home powerlifting meet


Arcanum boys finish 2nd in 7-team meet

By Kyle Shaner - kshaner@aimmedianetwork.com



NEW MADISON – The Lady Patriots placed third as Tri-Village hosted its sixth annual powerlifting meet on Saturday.

The Tri-Village girls lifted 3,340 pounds to place third out of six teams in the standings. Bluffton won the girls competition by lifting 5,530 pounds while Northeastern finished as the runner up by lifting 4,110. The Bradford girls lifted 2,055 pounds to place fourth, the Northwestern girls placed fifth by lifting 2,100 pounds, and the Kenton Ridge girls placed sixth by lifting 580 pounds.

Kenton Ridge won the seven-team boys competition by lifting 7,100 pounds. Arcanum’s boys finished second by lifting 7,090 pounds, Northeastern placed second by lifting 6,365, Bradford finished fourth with a total of 6,160 pounds lifted, Bluffton finished fifth by lifting 6,105 pounds, Northwestern lifted 5,745 pounds to place sixth, and Tri-Village placed seventh by lifting 5,515 pounds.

Bradford’s Hannah Shine placed third in the ninth-10th grade girls 125 pound class as she lifted 75 pounds in the bench press and 165 in the deadlift for a total of 240 pounds.

Bradford’s Cheyenne Parke placed second in the 11th-12th grade girls 125 pound division as she lifted 110 pounds in the bench press and 225 pounds in the deadlift for a total of 335 pounds. Tri-Village’s Katherine Banis lifted 80 pounds in the bench press and 205 in the deadlift for a total of 285 to place third.

Tri-Village’s Natasha Napier placed second in the ninth-10th grade girls 135 pound class by lifting 90 pounds in the bench press and 225 in the deadlift for a total of 315 pounds. Tri-Village’s Tabitha Watern lifted 80 in the bench press and 165 in the deadlift to place third with a total of 245 pounds.

Bradford’s Michelle Bixler finished third in the ninth-10th grade girls 145 pound class as she lifted 110 pounds in the bench press and 200 in the deadlift for a total of 310 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Courtney Banis finished second in the 11th-12th grade girls 145 pound class by lifting 80 pounds in the bench press and 215 in the deadlift for a total of 295 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Madison Taylor finished second in the ninth-10th grade girls 155 pound class as she lifted 95 pounds in the bench press and 205 in the deadlift for a total of 300 pounds. Tri-Village’s Holly Back finished third by lifting 85 in the bench press and 205 in the deadlift for a total of 290 pounds. Bradford’s Brycelyn Hoop placed fifth as she lifted 90 in the bench press and 190 in the deadlift for a total of 280 pounds.

Bradford’s Lillian Elleman placed third in the ninth-10th grade girls 195 pound class as she lifted 110 pounds in the bench press and 250 in the deadlift for a total of 360 pounds. Tri-Village’s Cassidy Ditty placed fourth by lifting 90 in the bench press and 215 in the deadlift for a total of 305 pounds. Tri-Village’s Lauren Banis lifted 95 in the bench press and 210 in the deadlift for a total of 305 pounds to place fifth. Tri-Village’s Marissa Roark lifted 90 in the bench press and 200 in the deadlift for a total of 290 pounds as she finished sixth. Tri-Village’s Brienna Dunlap placed eighth as she lifted 75 in the bench press and 175 in the deadlift for a total of 250 pounds.

Bradford’s Courtney Addington placed fourth in the 11th-12th grade girls 195 pound class by lifting 125 pounds in the bench press and 220 in the deadlift for a total of 345 pounds. Bradford’s Caroline Koslitzki placed sixth as she lifted 95 in the bench press and 190 in the deadlift for a total of 285 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Ashley Penny won the ninth-10th grade girls unlimited weight class as she lifted 85 pounds in the bench press and 290 in the deadlift for a total of 290 pounds.

Bradford’s Rebekah Lavey placed third in the 11th-12th grade girls unlimited class by lifting 125 pounds in the bench press and 300 in the deadlift for a total of 425 pounds. Bradford’s Rachel Lavey placed fourth as she lifted 135 pounds in the bench press and 285 in the deadlift for a total of 420 pounds. Bradford’s Tatyanna Cotrell placed sixth as she lifted 90 in the bench press and 250 in the deadlift for a total of 340 pounds.

Bradford’s Cole Gambill finished fourth in the ninth-10th grade boys unlimited class by lifting 175 pounds in the bench press and 310 in the deadlift for a total of 485 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Tyler Bragg placed fifth as he lifted 150 in the bench press and 330 in the deadlift for a total of 480 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Seth Earls won the 11th-12th grade boys unlimited class by lifting 335 pounds in the bench press and a meet record 625 pounds in the deadlift for a total of 960 pounds.

Arcanum’s Alex Weiss won the ninth-10th grade boys 250 pound class as he lifted a meet record 260 pounds in the bench press and 420 pounds in the deadlift for a total of 670 pounds. Tri-Village’s Harding Stevenson placed second as he lifted 195 pounds in the bench press and 400 in the deadlift for a total of 595 pounds. Tri-Village’s Ian Bailey placed third by lifting 190 in the bench press and 315 in the deadlift for a total of 505 pounds. Arcanum’s Caleb Harter finished fourth as he lifted 200 in the bench press.

Bradford’s Bailey Powell won the 11th-12th grade boys 250 pound class by lifting 260 in the bench press and 425 in the deadlift for a total of 685 pounds. Arcanum’s Maverick Hilderbrand lifted 235 in the bench press and 425 in the deadlift for a total of 660 pounds to place second. Tri-Village’s Nick Napier finished third as he lifted 235 in the bench press and 400 in the deadlift for a total of 635 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Dagan White placed third in the ninth-10th grade boys 225 pound class by lifting 175 in the bench press and 350 in the deadlift for a total of 525 pounds. Bradford’s Jarrett Boggs finished fourth as he lifted 175 in the bench press and 330 in the deadlift for a total of 505 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Jackson Plush finished third in the ninth-10th grade boys 210 pound class as he lifted 195 in the bench press and 315 in the deadlift for a total of 510 pounds. Arcanum’s Noah Scarberry lifted 140 in the bench press and 300 in the deadlift for a total of 440 pounds to place fourth.

Arcanum’s Pierce Lindemuth won the 11th-12th grade boys 210 pound class by lifting 250 pounds in the bench press and 425 in the deadlift for a total of 675 pounds. Bradford’s Brandon Mitchell placed second as he lifted 225 pounds in the bench press and 425 in the deadlift for a total of 650 pounds.

Bradford’s Cory Cotrell finished fifth in the ninth-10th grade boys 195 pound class by lifting 185 in the bench press and 320 in the deadlift for a total of 505 pounds.

Arcanum’s Isaiah Krauss won the ninth-10th grade boys 185 pound class by lifting 215 pounds in the bench press and 405 in the deadlift for a total of 620 pounds. Bradford’s Jacon McQuinn finished fourth as he lifted 135 in the bench press and 305 in the deadlift for a total of 440 pounds. Tri-Village’s Trevor Mote finished sixth as he lifted 160 in the bench press and 250 in the deadlift for a total of 410 pounds.

Arcanum’s Hunter Saunders finished second in the 11th-12th grade boys 185 pound class by lifting 255 pounds in the bench press and 430 in the deadlift for a total of 685 pounds. Tri-Village’s Charlie Bailey placed fourth as he lifted 160 in the bench press and 330 in the deadlift for a total of 490 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Dillon Holsapple placed third in the ninth-10th grade boys 175 pound class as he lifted 120 in the bench press and 225 in the deadlift for a total of 345 pounds. Dalton Barga finished fourth as he lifted 90 in the bench press and 245 in the deadlift for a total of 335 pounds. Brant Helman finished fifth by lifting 100 in the bench press and 195 in the deadlift for a total of 295 pounds. Bradford’s Ethan Reed finished sixth as he lifted 100 in the bench press and 180 in the deadlift for a total of 280 pounds.

Arcanum’s Logan Wilson finished third in the 11th-12th grade boys 175 pound class by lifting 240 in the bench press and 405 in the deadlift for a total of 645 pounds. Bradford’s Daryen Booker placed fourth by lifting 250 in the bench press and 370 in the deadlift for a total of 620 pounds. Bradford’s Dylan Cassel finished fifth as he lifted 185 in the bench press and 365 in the deadlift for a total of 550 pounds. Arcanum’s Milo Simpson placed seventh as he lifted 195 in the bench press and 330 in the deadlift for a total of 525 pounds. Bradford’s Dillon Reck finished eighth as he lifted 170 in the bench press and 295 in the deadlift for a total of 465 pounds. Tri-Village’s Kirk Bradley finished 10th by lifting 110 in the bench press and 220 in the deadlift for a total of 330 pounds.

Arcanum’s Daniel Coats won the ninth-10th grade boys 165 pound class as he lifted 235 in the bench press and 415 in the deadlift for a total of 650 pounds. Bradford’s Hunter Penkal placed second as he lifted 180 in the bench press and 320 in the deadlift for a total of 500 pounds. Arcanum’s Jacob Osswald finished third as he lifted 135 in the bench press and 340 in the deadlift for a total of 475 pounds. Arcanum’s Dane Craport finished fifth by lifting 140 in the bench press and 315 in the deadlift for a total of 455 pounds.

Bradford’s Austin Buebeck finished sixth in the 11th-12th grade boys 165 pound class as he lifted 180 in the bench press and 330 in the deadlift for a total of 510 pounds. Bradford’s Kaleb Addington finished eight by lifting 145 in the bench press and 225 in the deadlift for a total of 370 pounds.

Arcanum’s Trevor Fry placed second in the ninth-10th grade boys 145 pound class as he lifted 140 in the bench press and 300 in the deadlift for a total of 440 pounds. Bradford’s Larkin Painter finished fourth by lifting 125 in the bench press and 300 in the deadlift for a total of 425 pounds. Bradford’s Clayton Layman finished sixth by finishing 150 in the bench press and 270 in the deadlift for a total of 420 pounds.

Bradford’s Bryson Canan finished second in the 11th-12th grade boys 145 pound class as he lifted 205 in the bench press and 325 in the deadlift for a total of 530 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Aaron Stewart won the ninth-10th grade boys 135 pound class by lifting 170 in the bench press and 300 in the deadlift for a total of 470 pounds. Tri-Village’s Diego Garcia finished third as he lifted 130 in the bench press and 240 in the deadlift for a total of 370 pounds. Bradford’s Dylan Mitchell finished fifth by lifting 90 in the bench press and 170 in the deadlift for a total of 260 pounds. Arcanum’s Paul Barga finished sixth as he lifted 100 in the bench press and 155 in the deadlift for a total of 255 pounds. Tri-Village’s Nick Varvel placed seventh by lifting 70 in the bench press and 165 in the deadlift for a total of 235 pounds.

Tri-Village’s Foster Brown finished third in the ninth-10th grade boys 115 pound class as he lifted 80 in the bench press and 185 in the deadlift for a total of 265 pounds. Bradford’s Dalton Bubeck finished fourth as he lifted 70 in the bench press and 115 in the deadlift for a total of 185 pounds.

In addition to meet records set by Arcanum and Tri-Village competitors, a number of other meet records were set on Saturday.

Bluffton’s Darby Prichard in the ninth-10th grade girls 175 pound class lifted a meet record 120 pounds in the bench press. Northeastern’s Angie Distil in the 11th-12th grade girls 175 pound class lifted a meet record 310 pounds in the deadlift. Upper Sandusky’s Betsy Young in the 11th-12th grade girls 195 pound class lifted a meet record 330 pounds in the deadlift.

Northwestern’s Landon Rohrer set a meet record in the 11th-12th grade boys 195 pound class by lifting 325 pounds in the bench press. Kenton Ridge’s Noah Baker set a meet record in the ninth-10th grade boys 195 pound class as he lifted 430 pounds in the deadlift. Kenton Ridge’s Ryan Richards set a meet record in the ninth-10th grade boys unlimited class by lifting 450 pounds in the deadlift.

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Tri-Village’s Ashley Penny competes in the deadlift at Tri-Village’s sixth annual powerlifting meet on Saturday in New Madison.
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Arcanum boys finish 2nd in 7-team meet

By Kyle Shaner

kshaner@aimmedianetwork.com

Kyle Shaner may be reached at 937-569-4316. Follow me on Twitter @KShanerAdvocate or get updates on Facebook by searching Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to dailyadvocate.com.

Kyle Shaner may be reached at 937-569-4316. Follow me on Twitter @KShanerAdvocate or get updates on Facebook by searching Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to dailyadvocate.com.