GLENWOOD — Bryant football athletes swept the top two spots in the senior high division and won three weight classifications on the junior high/middle school level at the 6th annual Big Press (bench press) Competition at Centerpoint High School.
Bryant’s Cody Wallace won the high school Pound-for-Pound award, weighing in at 171 lbs., he lifted 295. Aspen Trevino earned the Most Weight Lifted award at 350 lbs.
Bryant also won the Pound-for-Pound and Most Weight Lifted team trophy when four lifters combined for 1,090 lbs.Individually, Justin Rauch (275) and Chris King (225) finished as the top two lifters in the 275-plus division. Trevino (350) and Josh Hampton (270) were at the top in the 242-to-275 division.
In the 198-to-220 division, Marcus Harris (270) and Dustin Grimmett (250) came out on top. Brett Clemons (275) and Collin Chapdelaine (240) were 1-2 in the 181-to-198 weight division, while Wallace (295) and Dylan Chism (275) topped the Up-to-181 division.
In the junior high/middle school competition, Blue Smith took the Pound-for-Pound award, weighing in at 184 lbs., and lifting 265. He also won the 182-to-205 weight division with that lift.
Austin Dunnahoo (255) won the 162-to-182 weight division and, in the Up-to-162 group, Blake Thomas (195) and Anson Caddy (195) topped the field.