Tuloso-Midway High School hosted their 4th annual Warrior Classic Powerlifting Championships Sat Jan. 16, bringing 26 schools from around the state to the event.

Throughout the day, students competed in squat, bench press and deadlift against each other under their designated weight class. After combining the best lift in each event, the top five lifters of each class were awarded points that went towards their team totals.

Teams received seven points for a first place finish, five for second place, three for third, two for fourth and one point for fifth place.

In the boys competition, Calallen High School took second place with a total score 29 points. Gabriel Longoria finished in first place in the 181-pound weight class with a total combined weight of 1,340 pounds lifted. Zach Garza took first place in the 165-pound weight class, lifting 1,425 pounds in total combined weight. Given McClure received first place in the 132-pound weight class with 980 pounds in total weight lifted.

Brandon Castillo took third place in the 165-pound weight class, lifting 1,175 pounds. Ryan Gomez and Thomas Soto both finished in fourth place. Gomez lifted a total weight of 1,050 pounds in the 148-pound weight class, while Soto competed in the 114-pound weight class, lifting 745 pounds.

In the super heavyweight class, Steven Rodriguez took fifth place with a total combined weight of 1,150 pounds lifted.

The Tuloso-Midway High School boys team finished in sixth place with 13 points. Four T-M lifters received third-place finishes, starting with D'Marco Smith in the 275-pound weight class with a total weight of 1,310 pounds lifted. Andres Castellanos took fourth in the 220-pound weight class, lifting 1,335 pounds.

Andy Mohl and Matt Buentello also placed fourth in their classes, with Mohl lifting 1,085 pounds total weight in the 148-pound weight class and Buentello lifting a combined weight of 775 pounds in the 123-pound weight class.

Steven Leal finished in fifth place in the 148-pound weight class with a total weight of 1,005 pounds lifted.

Banquete High School received ninth place with seven points on a first-place finish by Justin Breland in the 123-pound weight class for a total of 845 pounds lifted.

Bishop High School finished in 17th place with one point. Bruizer Del Bosque received fifth place in the 114-pound weight class, lifting 680 pounds in total combined weight.

Robstown High School took 19th place with one point on Daniel Gonzales's fifth-place finish in the 275-pound weight class where he lifted a total weight of 1,160 pounds.

In the girls competition, Tuloso-Midway finished in third place with 21 total team points. Chelsea Rodriguez finished in first place in the 132-pound weight class with a total combined weight of 630 pounds lifted.

Samantha Carabajal and Eva Saenz both finished in second place. Carabajal lifted 705 pounds combined in the 148-pound weight class and Saenz lifted a total weight of 525 pounds in the 97-pound weight class.

With fourth place finishes were Jessica Garcia and Mercedes Esquivel. Garcia lifted a total combined weight of 655 pounds in the 148-pound weight class and Esquivel finished in the 132-pound weight class with a combined 555 pounds lifted.

Calallen took sixth place with a total of 18 points. Shelby O'brien finished in first place in the 181-pound weight class with a total combined weight of 895 pounds lifted. Briana Brunner placed second in the 123-pound weight class, lifting 685 pounds in total combined weight.

In the 220-pound weight class, Alexis Wiser lifted a combined 435 total pounds for third place. Cassandra Sanchez placed fourth in the 198-pound weight class with a total combined weight of 775 pounds lifted.

Marina De La Paz finished in fifth place in the 114-pound weight class, lifting a combined 395 pounds total weight.

Bishop tied with West Oso and Carrizo Springs for ninth place with two points. Gizel Morales took fourth place in the 220+ pound weight class, lifting 815 pounds total weight.

Banquete tied with George West in 12th place with one point. Jackie Bourlon finished in fifth place in the 148-pound weight class with a total combined weight of 625 pounds lifted.

Robstown did not compete in the girls competition.