The lineman will compete in 10 different strength and conditioning events.
Forward Tire Throw - throw small tire forward for distance (5 man - total distance)
Bench - bench press total reps (185 lbs = 1 point, 205 lbs = 3 pts, 225 lbs = 5 pts) - (5 man total pts)
Farmers Walk - total time for 5 walking distance with Farmer's torpedoes
4-Way DB Stack - stack db's on plyo boxes (5 man total time)
Tire Flip Medley Relay - 5 guys rotate after 4 consecutive flips - 20 flip relay for total time
PowerDrive - 5 man relay for time
Wheel Walk - 5 man relay for total time with weighted wheel barrow
Sled Relay - (total time for 5) 1 guy push 10 yds, 1 push 15, 1 push 20 - spin it, 1 push 15, 1 push 10
Obstacle Course - total time for 5 participants
Monster Sled - 3 pushers, 2 riders (total time for 50 yd push (25 down and 25 back)
Tug of War - 5 man teams, single elimination (Only top 4 finishers awarded points)
Teams from all over the state have qualified for the event through regional competitions around the state and 40 teams in three different divisions will compete for the title of state champion.
All three reigning champions are back to try to defend their title. Arlington High won in Division I, Liberty Hill won in Division II and Coleman won Division III a year ago.
The event will begin at 9 am and will conclude around noon. Admission is free for spectators.
Abilene High, Arlington High, Abilene Cooper Red, Del Rio, Dripping Springs, Georgetown, LD Bell, Mesquite Poteet, Midland Lee, Odessa High, RL Turner, San Antonio Jay, San Antonio O'Connor, San Marcos
All Saints, Azle, Brownwood, Cuero, Gatesville, Liberty Hill, Life School, Navarro, Snyder, Sweetwater
Alvord, Anson, Clyde, Coleman, Cotulla, Dublin, Eastland, Grandview, Hamlin, Hawley, Itasca, Jim Ned, Marion, Merkel, Stamford, Stockdale
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