Okay, I went to look this up, too, because a lot of it is blank. But it seems to be that way for all the participants. I’ll do my best to explain.
In a standard weightlifting meet, all weights are done in kilograms. If you want to get a rough idea of the weights in pounds, take the weight in kilos and multiply by 2.2. All lifters are weighed before the meet to determine what weight class they’re in. There are two lifts: the snatch and the clean & jerk. For each lift, they get three attempts. The athlete decides what weights they want to attempt to lift. The weights can either stay the same, or they can go up, but never down. (Example: if she attempts a 20 kg snatch on her first attempt and fails, she can reattempt that weight, or she could go up to at least 21kg, but she cannot try and attempt 18kg instead). Lifters are scored by adding the weight from their heaviest successful snatch with their heaviest successful clean & jerk, provided they make at least one successful lift of each. There are three judges watching the lifts: one to the left, one in the center, and one to the right. There is usually a light or paddle system that they use to indicate a good lift or no lift, based on the sport’s established standards. At least two judges must indicate a good lift for it to be deemed successful.
Typically, the scoresheets indicate the weights for all of their lifts attempted. If it was an unsuccessful lift, the number has a minus sign in front of it. For some reason, this one only shows the best lift from each athlete.
Numbers in pounds
Bodyweight: 334.84 lbs.
Best snatch: 55 lbs.
Best clean & jerk: 90.2 lbs.
Total: 145.2 lbs.
What I don’t understand is why she was competing at a STATE championship meet. Looking at her competitors in her weight class, the person that ranked the next place up had more than twice her total. I mean, if you want to get your feet wet with competing, do it at a small, local meet. Her home gym (Heavy Metal Barbell) HOSTED a meet in early November, which she did not participate in. And that would make sense to me to do first.
Edited to add: the link I provided for the meet at Heavy Metal Barbell is more of an expected scoresheet. All lifts, good and bad are recorded there.