By Bob Burrows on Dec 7, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. River Falls' Hailee Markey's successfully completes her deadlift pull that won her a national championship last season in Appleton. Photo courtesy of Jeremy Carlson Nearly 300 lifters from around Wisconsin, including some of the Isometric Exercises state's top lifters, will be competing at the first meet of the season hosted by the River Falls Powerlifting Club this Saturday, Dec. 8. Last year's River Falls girls' team placed second at the meet before going on to win the state team title. River Falls coach Jeremy Carlson said this year's team returns many of the top girls from last year, including state and national champion Hailee Markey, who set the state squat record in her weight class in 2017 with 374 pounds, and the state deadlift record with 412 pounds. "We have many returners from last year's girls' team, and overall just a team of young and hungry lifters that have seen what it takes to be great and have embraced the grind that it takes to achieve it," Carlson said. "Everyone has been working hard and pushing themselves to be ready for this meet and now we're ready to go out there and have some fun." Carlson called the meet a real confidence booster for many kids in the community, and a pleasure to be a part of. "You will see that in the litany of alumni who volunteer their time to help athletes because this sport has been such a positive influence in their own lives," he said. "We have received so much support from the community to put this meet on and we hope to see everyone out to cheer on our kids." The meet will begin at 9 a.m.
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