PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - This weekend, Arnold High School is hosted the FHSAA Girls' Weightlifting State Championships.
It began Friday with the 1A portion, which included our local schools, including Arnold, Mosley, Bozeman, Port St. Joe, Vernon, and Holmes County.
It is estimated that over 2500 people will attend the Championships.
"To be able to have this at our home school - there's a lot of school pride and in the community as well," Arnold Weightlifting coach Josh Flaig says, "A lot of people have been supportive in the community - business owners and all the teachers and staff are here with the students. We're very proud of Arnold to have the State Championship here."
Athletic Director Rick Green adds, "This is probably as loud as I've ever heard this gym. We counted up this morning, and think we had somewhere in the neighborhood of 1,250 people here just looking around at what was going on."
Results from Friday can be found here.
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