Trigg County won the Kentucky State Powerlifting title Saturday for the third straight year, marking the second three-peat in the school's history.
Trigg's total of 113 points was 15 more than second place Trinity. After winning five straight state titles, Trinity has finished second to Trigg County the past three years.
In all, Trigg County had 19 lifters place in the top six of their class, which scored them points.
Brandon Bridges won the 175-pound class, and Timmy McGee won the 250 pound class. McGee's total included a 700-pound deadlift, making him the first lifter in the history of the state meet to reach 700 pounds in the deadlift. The old record was 690 pounds held by former Eastern High School and Kentucky football player Myron Pryor in 2003. His total of 1,020 pounds also sets a new record for the 250-pound class.
Eric Keeler finished second in the 125-pound class with a total lift of 600 pounds, which was 55 pounds out of first. Toddrick Wilson (565 lbs.) finished fourth, and Josh "Juice" P'Pool (545 lbs.) was sixth.
In the 135-pound class, Phillip Cansler was third with a lift of 695 pounds, which was 20 pounds out of first.
Trigg County had two lifters place in the 145-pound class. Ryan Acree was fourth with a lift of 635 pounds, while Kody Blick was fifth just five pounds behind.
A.J. Oliver took second in the 155-pound class with a total of 790 pounds, which was 30 pounds out of first.
Jamus McAtee was third in the 165-pound class with a total of 785 pounds.
In the 185-pound class, Terrance Miller was third with a lift of 825 pounds.
Donald Bush took second in the 195-pound class with a total of 805 pounds.
Antonio Grubbs cleared 925 pounds in the 205-pound class, good for fourth place.
Akeem Wilson (915 lbs.) took second place in the 220-pound class, while Javin Grubbs (810 lbs.) finished third in the 235-pound class, and Jay Moore (775 lbs.) was fourth in the class.
It marked the 26th straight year Trigg has produced at least one state champion. Since 1984, Trigg County has had 67 individual state champions.
The state title is the tenth for Trigg County, which is four more than Christian County who has the second most titles. It marks the first time since 1993-95 that Trigg County has won three straight state titles.