Longview Boys Win First Place at Thursday’s Tyler Lee Powerlifting Meet
TYLER -- Longview had four first-place finishers to lead a first place-winning performance Thursday at Tyler Lee's powerlifting meet.
Kendrell Wilson won gold in the 123-pound class, while Clayton Layman garnered first in the 181-pound division. Jaylon Jackson's 198-pound gold and Omar French's 220-pound gold rounded out the Lobos' first-place winners.
Two Lobos earned silver medals: Cornelius Zachary (165-pound class) and Marquies Hunter (242-pound class).
Broderick Washington claimed bronze in the super-heavyweight division. Decord Flanagan earned third in the 181-pound class and Bryan Gilliland got third in the 198-pound class. Austin Moore (275-pound class) added a fourth bronze for the Lobos, who got fifth-place finishes from Lance Cooper (148-pound class) and Stacy Nelson (220-pound class).
Longview also had two medalists on the girls side of the competition.
Aleesha Coffer won gold in the 165-pound division and was named the meet's best lifter in the 165-220 class.
Keri Duke garnered bronze in the 165-pound class.