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Bench Press Competition Continues To Grow

By Staff | Mar 31, 2009

BIG?LIFT - Tom Goeders of Ames prepares to lift 550 pounds in his second lift at the Northwest Iowa Bench Press Classic on Saturday, as spotter Dan Chism, on the left, and judge Tom McHugh, watch the lift. Goeders, who is a firefighter for the City of Ames, would lift 575 pounds in his final attempt on Saturday. -- Dan Voigt photo

The Northwest Iowa Bench Press Classic continues to grow in popularity, with 30 lifters turning out on Saturday for the competition at the Smith Wellness Center at Iowa Lakes Community College.

The competitors, as well as their hometowns, weight, and best effort, as listed as follows:

Unequipped Division

Clayton Willison, Cedar Falls, 123 95

Trenton Willison, Cedar Falls, 148 90

Scottie Yates, Emmetsburg 165 95

Andrew Garrelts, Emmetsburg 275 250

Tanner King, Fort Dodge 132 235

John Leinbaugh, Spirit Lake 181 280

Steven Landuis, Sheldon 198 260

Dillon Marlow, Uniontown, KS 242 450

Kyle Thompson, Des Moines 242 500

Shannon Micek, Ankeny 148 115

Jason Waldschmidt, Fort Dodge 220 345

Connie Alvarez, Estherville 220 365

Lino Vera, Emmetsburg 210 375

Terry Pratt, Nevada 220 380

Jerry Goeders, Ames 220 385

Jason Bailey, Ankeny 235 405

Eric Gober, Orange City 220 300

Brett Iwen, Bennigton, KS 220 315

Laurie Sorrell, Spencer 148`85

Equipped Division

Dillon Marlow, Uniontown, KS 242 450

Kyle Thompson, Des Moines 242 500

Jimmy Nichols, Bronson, KS 318 565

Jim Schon, Glidden 220 300

Wayne Hamas, Oskaloosa 275 410

Pat Thomas, Des Moines 275 505

Tom Goeders, Ames 275 575

John Hood, Otho 198 315

Lance Zimmerman, Estherville 220 345

Jason Bailey, Ankeny 242 525

Leonard Willison, Cedar Falls 355 600