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As the Madison County High School weightlifting team headed to an invitational meet at Godby High School on Tuesday, March 3, they had two meet wins under their belt. Two weightlifters won their weight class for their first meet against Fort White High School on Thursday, Feb. 12. Zack Sprenkle won in the heavyweight class with a total of 720 pounds. Andrew Strom won the 139-pound weight class with a total of 405 pounds. The weightlifting team defeated Hamilton County High School and Suwannee County High School at their second meet of the year on Thursday, Feb. 19 in Hamilton. Five of the Madison lifters placed first in their weight class: Tinarus “Tank” Irvine won the 139-pound weight class; Marc Robinson won the 154-pound weight class; Kima McDaniel won the 169-pound weight class; Frankie White won the 199-pound weight class and Zack Sprenkle won the heavyweight class. The team went on to win their third meet of the season on Tuesday, Feb. 24 at Taylor County High School, with six team members winning their weight class. Zack Sprenkle won the heavyweight class with a total of 750 pounds. Orient Livingston placed third in the heavyweight class with a 485-pound total. Marcus Fleming won the 238-pound weight class with a 500-pound total. Frankie White won the 183-pound weight class with a total of 445 pounds. Kima McDaniel won the 169-pound weight class with a total of 455 pounds. Marc Robinson won the 154-pound weight class with a total of 490 pounds. Andrew Strom won the 139-pound weight class with a total of 425 pounds. “I am really proud of how well the guys are doing,” said Weightlifting Coach James Ertzberger. “They work really hard everyday during and after school.” The results of the invitational were not available as of press time on Tuesday, March 3.