Jacqueline Guerra had the best day of her powerlifting career and added to her impressive resume along the way.

The Alice powerlifter took first place in the 181-pound Teen Division at the Battle On The Bay Fit Expo in Corpus Christi Saturday.

Guerra had a 450-pound squat, a bench press of 210 pounds and a deadlift of 425 pounds for a total of 1,085 pounds. Her bench press and deadlift totals were personal bests, and her 450-pound squat matched a personal best.

Guerra also won the Wilks Award. Wilks is a formula used to measure the strength of a lifter against other lifters despite different body weights. The award came with a $100 prize.

Guerra is entering her senior year at Alice High School. As a junior, she played a keep role in the Lady Coyotes playing in the Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association’s state meet in March. She won a silver medal in the 181-pound weight class.

Guerra only began lifting competitively as a sophomore.