Bullard finished second as a team at the Girls Region 3 Division 2 Powerlifting Meet last weekend at Crandell High School, but more importantly qualified five young ladies for the Texas High School Womens Powerlifting Association State Meet, which takes place late next week at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi.
Kelsey Green finished first in the 105-pound division at regionals, lifting a total of 660 pounds of iron.
Taylor Spiller also came home with the gold medal, as she heaved a total of 850-pounds to win the 148-pound category.
Kennedy Key, lifting 825 pounds, finished third in the same category and will also be going to the state meet.
In the 165-pound division, Bullard's Tadasia Anderson had success with 745 pounds to finish in fourth place in Crandell, which was enough to put her on the list for the trip to Corpus Christi.
The Lady Panthers' final state qualifier was Olivia Rodriquez.
Rodriquez came in second in the 198-pound segment where she lifted a total of 860 pounds.
Canton chalked up 36 points to win the regional competition, with Bullard taking second with 25 points.