The varsity boys tied for third overall with a total of 18 points. Dylan Scott captured third place in the 123-pound weight class; Nick Hernandez earned a fourth place spot in the 132-pound class, and Alex Rocha also claimed fourth place for the Bobcats in the 148-pound weight class.
Ryan Lakso was fourth as well in the 181-pound division. Jose Villarreal captured fifth place in the 275-pound weight class. In the same division, Trey Cantu brought home the third place medal.
Ryan Jimenez placed second in the Super Heavy weight class.
Charles Allard, Nick Avila, John Champion, Federico Flores, Kyle Gabbert and Valdemar Ramirez also competed for the Bobcats and did well in their divisions according to the S-T coaches.
In the girls division, Brianna Olivarez placed fourth in her weight class while Cassandra Soto earned a second place medal for her three lifts in her weight division. Felicia Ortiz finished seventh in her class.
“This is the first time that Skidmore-Tynan has hosted a powerlifting meet. We had a lot of young lifters that did well for their first meet,” said Athletic Director John Livas.