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July 21, 2010 The Julian News 7 Lift-A-Thon Made Not all of the booming and rain on Thursday was a result of the two nice little thunderstorms that briefly visited on Thursday afternoon. There was a lot of rumbling and steaming action in the Eagles Gym as members of your Eagles Football Eagles team, cheered on the by the Eagles Cheerleaders, lifted tons of iron in their Fourth Annual Lift-a- thon. Affter a delicious dinner, prepared and served by the Eagles Cheerleaders, 18 members of the Eagles Football team put on quite an exhibition of strength with each team member setting a personal lifting record. Sophomore Clint Southcott posted the largest gain when he raised his bench press personal best by 65 pounds to 175 pounds. Juniors Justin Flores and Josh Ernst raised their bench weights by 55 pounds each. The average increase for the entire team was 30 pounds. Dakota Savage, in town for the summer from the South Dakota School of Mines and Engineering Hard Rock Miners, easily lifted 265 pounds. Saving the best for last, Mason Baay, an incoming 7th grade Wolfpacker and participant in Coach White Summer Conditioning and Football Camp, set his personal record of an 80 pound bench lift. The boys have two weeks of camp left, then it's into "Hell Week" and then back to school. It's Own Thunder Thursday Johnny Hake joins the 200 pound club Each of the young men has been going throughout their neighborhoods and town signing up sponsors for the event. We'll list the boys records, so if you were lucky enough to sponsor one or more of them, you'll know what you owe. Hunter McConnetl freshman 90 Ibs. Austin McConnell freshman 85 Ibs. John Beresford freshman 110 Ibs. Alex Duey freshman 115 Ibs. Cole Southcott freshman 120 Ibs. Zach Hoyle freshman 135 Ibs. Tah Beresford sophomore 120 Ibs. Mike Ludtke sophomore 120 Ibs. Cameron Gannon sophomore 135 Ibs. 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