JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================LK" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?M26#͚M>8&7s1h̀ 1?kL)m˚mbdKݕ`T} 𬤙Rw8}gO{}kJtR)8Oʶ5-^Y!庂pPs:ⴵy4{XLl ׄ<,,NXUY C]Y&/! VΩ*^434JlTO.o<;xnnPk,a~tV0>ea(툷@JAXcҧǶKG4Aǿ\W?7%O&e }[(!eZvq.aH]3Dv5"^^9rYݸ-u"ȁd 4[epmdFrSZ-]8/Vٽ "stIf3G2F t1ypef'P+`H\IZ5E#9⿒(X.YS~6v9VIݘҚqWL^R(N#n_ztOV7[c[kdyvގ[ɼ{e8 FOcUOkXqg[P<xRNKQUneu[?\'6}kt[T&-$*ޗ޾%.dmWk_AV ;vlsHv< 99jd񛤅E81ӬbT;|2n;Xr M);]#.XlOPp2(9+w{\q#dv#SӣҮ4Ɉ*0I?.^=Bu[";M= Vk&l?ּMԮ|HkfmkpGLtӶv٧m[[iML=~pEb耍HҴuSr׏\ei qިkp4 F>ZRߙJ~U܁:֟fxRѡޣ1Uk N1iVؙTwgQoZj7#}r$%Î#eˡ[l.OS[|=Egj!^Z \cT[T.<|jVDťWMAui^:}i-ҭB{כi>'}W& 6N0æ:Usw"fpd&l{zZ m'1eHڧ=cM+^Nwi\3qpk=4?E;ͷkg$g&k{e(ȯD81ǭmueNd%ڷ>D-+*tn[KC0jnS]\>kfaz0Ǩeo>_:u$f*>C9_J΃TH%VSݿqWܴ- 3F#bdt {=FT 6~\89; Tm+u${꥖5ȷtP;7֢oyG"q ǎuϖ89{R҅Hj)x=6s were full of desire and ready to take on the world. By the fall of 1997 three of Keith's girls qualified for and competed in the American Open. This competition is a National, Olympic style, weightlifting event in which the lifters have to make qualifying totals in the Snatch and Clean & Jerk lifts prior to the event just to be allowed to compete. Ash Fork High's Erika Acosta (Jr.), Evelina Acosta (Sr.), and Kristal Raney (Sr.) made up one half of the entire State of Arizona team.<br>Later, in June of 1998, Lacey Campbell accompanied Erika Acosta to the Arizona State Games on the Ash Fork weightlifting team. They both performed superbly. Lacy competed in and won the gold medal in the 69 kilo class in the 16 and under division. Her best snatch lift was 45 kilos (99 lbs.) and her best clean and jerk lift was 60 kilos (133 lbs.) For a 105 kilo (231 lb.) total. Erika was also in the 69 kilo class, but participated in and won the 17-20 age group. She had a 52.5 kilo (115 lb.) snatch and a 65 kilo (143 lb.) Clean and jerk for a 117.5 kilo (259 lb.) total.<br>With the help of Lacey and Erika, the Ash Fork Spartan Weightlifting Team was able to win that portion of the Arizona Olympics. Coach McGee explains, "to understand the immensity of this accomplishment, one must see the whole picture. There were over twelve thousand athletes in the Grand Canyon State Games and nea