White River boys fourth, girls fifth | STATE POWERLIFTING

The White River High boys placed fourth and the girls were fifth at the 2013 Washington state powerlifting championships.

The competition took place May 4 in Shelton.

Lucus Doll, competing at 114 pounds, is now a two-time state champion, winning this year's title over Erik Warner of Montesano. Doll made his final 335-pound dead lift attempt to defeat Warner and ended up winning the men’s Overall Best lifter award. Austin Ross totaled 1,355 pounds to take the title in the 220 weight class.

Johnathan Valdez, Danielle Palmer and Cassidy Johnson all placed second at state.

Other state placers from White River were:

Third place: Morgan Shirey, 114 pounds; Justyna Shilts, 148; and Ashley Kendziora, unlimited.

Fourth place: Casandra Harris, 97 pounds; Tristan Knaus, 198; and McKinsie Shirey, 165.

Fifth place: Marcus Leahy, 114 pounds; Alex Pennington, 181, Cyruss Stensen, 220, and Siara Sanabria, 165.

Sixth place: Chelsea Weiman, 132 pounds.


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