Baker, Union girls weightlifters break records at state meet

Baker, Union girls weightlifters break records at state meet

Records fell on Friday at the Class 1A girls weightlifting state championship.

Union County’s Mahailya Reeves broke her own state record with a 375-pound bench press to win the unlimited division. Reeves added a 225-pound clean and jerk for a 600-pound total.

She beat Baker County’s NaDesha Davis, who broke a state record of her own with a 275-pound clean and jerk. Davis finished with a 520-pound total.

Clay’s Lindsey Brooks won the 199-pound class, going 185 in the bench, 180 in the clean and jerk for a 365 total.

Suwannee’s Mattilyn Marsee won the 110-pound class with a 290 total (145 pound lifts in each).

Class 1A


1. Mahailya Reeves, Union County, 375/225/600

2. NaDesha Davis, Baker County, 245/275/520

4. Kailah McKean, Clay, 220/205/425

199 pounds

1. Lindsey Brooks, Clay, 185/180/365

169 pounds

2. Courtney Comer, Union County, 190/160/350

4. Marleah Dampier, Fernandina Beach, 170/145/315

5. Lauren Prosuch, Menendez, 150/155/305

139 pounds

2. Tyra Kalandyk, Suwannee, 170/165/335

129 pounds

2. Aysia Hill, Ridgeview, 175/150/325

110 pounds

1. Mattilyn Marsee, Suwannee, 145/145/290

3. Samantha Migliore, Clay, 125/135/260

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