April 10, 2013 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Ramonica Jones

Strongman, Brian Pritchett, is a powerlifting, bocce, bowling and baseball competitor from Wichita Falls. Pritchett became a SOTX athlete 20 years ago and his family and friends couldn't be prouder of how far he's come as both physically and socially. Since he joined the organization, those who know Pritchett said his self esteem has skyrocketed and he enjoys the feeling of belonging to a team.

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