Red Oak High School girls powerlifting advances three to State Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Powerlifting on March 04, 2015 by Staff Report Photo courtesy Red Oak ISD. Red Oak High School girls powerlifting finished in second place at the Region 3 Powerlifting Meet on March 2. Bottom (left to right): Haley Lord, Shannon Halbert, Michaela Braly Top (left to right): Brooke Coy, Lauren Konrardy, Juana EscarenoRED OAK — The Girls Powerlifting Team had a great performance at the Region 3 Powerlifting Meet on March 2. The team finished in second place with 21 points. Several student-athletes qualified for the State Powerlifting Meet in Corpus Christi that will be held on March 19 and 20.Individual results are as follows:Shannon Halbert – 1st Place –State QualifierHaley Lord – 2nd Place –State QualifierMichaela Braly – 2nd Place –State QualifierLauren Konrardy – 4th PlaceJuana Escareno – 4th PlaceBrooke Coy – 12th PlaceGirls powerlifting coach Bryce Haugh said, "These girls did a tremendous job competing and representing Red Oak High School. I am proud of the girls for their dedication and work ethic throughout the season. It has been an honor to get to coach this group of girls and I am looking forward to seeing Shannon, Haley, and Michaela compete at the state meet." You may also be interested in readingMidlothian Heritage HS announces new girls soccer coachRed Oak High School Senior Alizah Mendoza signs with Cisco CollegeFerris ISD clarifies details about employee accused of touching childROHS senior baseball player signs with Hill CollegeRed Oak ISD Parents of the Year named at annual eventRed Oak Robotics team finishes 3rd in San Antonio Regional EventAvalon ISD names new field in honor of former superintendentEnnis Lions Parade of Champions set for Jan. 17For Matt Authier WISD TrusteeTornado damage to Donald T. Shields Elementary causes district to move classes ← CARTOON: A.F. Branco – Doomed to Repeat ItRed Oak High School Senior Alizah Mendoza signs with Cisco College → You must log in to post a comment.