The Sunlake High School Seahawks kept some streaks alive, thanks to impressive postseason performances from some lifters.
Sunlake was crowned both Sunshine Athletic Conference and District champions for the eighth straight season, then went on to become Regional Champions for the fourth season in a row.
The Seahawks compete in Class 3A.
Sunlake also sent five lifters to the state tournament on Feb. 18 at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland. The team finished third overall in the Olympic Lifting and fifth in the Traditional Lifting.
Elena Kulubya was crowned state champion in the 169-pound weight class, performing a 165-pound snatch and a 215-pound clean and jerk.
Kulubya also was runner up in the traditional lifting side, performing a 215-pound clean and jerk and 200-pound bench.
Makiyah Nickerson was runner up in both Olympic and Traditional 139-pound weight class thanks to a 170-pound snatch/205-pound clean and jerk and a 205-pound clean and jerk/185-pound bench, respectively.
Carolina Crim, in the 183-pound weight class, finished third in both Olympic and Traditional, thanks to 135-pound snatch/190-pound clean and jerk and 190-pound clean and jerk/180-pound bench, respectively.
Additionally, Nicole Bouserhal (154-pound weight class) placed sixth in Traditional (160 pound clean and jerk/175-pound bench) and Jenifer Estrada (110-weight class) placed eighth (125-pound clean and jerk /130-pound bench).