EL RENO — Tasi Peter, Charles Reed and Brenden Foust brought home individual gold and Fairland claimed the Class A team trophy during Oklahoma Football Coaches Association state power lifting meets held here Friday and Saturday.

Peter became Miami’s first-ever state champ in powerlifting when he won the heavyweight title in the 4A meet Friday, March 15.

Peter had a winning total of 1,540 pounds — 130 more than the second place finisher.

He hoisted 625 pounds in the squat, 340 in the bench press and 575 pounds in the deadlift.

Reed and Foust helped the Owls bring home the Class A team title.

Both turned in individual firsts.

Fairland had a 1-2 finish in the 168-pound division.

Reed was the winner and Micheal Foust finished second.

Reed’s lifts were 480 in the squat and deadlift and he bench pressed 315 pounds for a 1,275 total.

Foust was 30 pounds behind, 470 in the squat, 315 in the bench press and 460 in the deadlift.

Brenden Foust had a winning total of 1,420 pounds 18 181. He had lifts of 535 in the squat, 365 in the bench and 520 in the deadlift for a 1,420 total.

The Owls also got a second from Micheal Foust (1,245 total at 168) and fourth-place finishes from Matt Gragg (123, 800) and Grant Harden at 220 (1,240).

Brandon Brown of Commerce and Afton’s Trevor Pendergraft also finished second, Brown at 181 (1,235 pounds) and Pendergraft as a heavyweight (1,485).

CHS’ Hayden Moss was third at 168 with a 1,125-pound total.

Hailee Sherrod of Afton was fifth at 123 with a total of 745 pounds.

Reed was the small school outstanding lifter in the bench press and Brenden Foust captured heavy weight lifter honors in the bench and total.

Also placing fifth was Miami’s Carson Folks at 132 (840 total) and Hayden Burkybile claimed seventh at 145 (905 pounds).

Fairland scored 96 points to claim the A team championship.

Crescent and Frederick tied for second with 47 points. Afton finished with 33 points, Commerce 27 and Quapaw 2.

Miami’s first-year program was fourth in Class 4A with 48 points.

Broken Bow rolled to the team title with 124 points and Poteau and Blanchard were second and third with 61 and 53 points, respectively.