The hardest thing to learn is your only competition is yourself, not anyone else in your weight class.
Sure, you can win a 2 dollar trophy at the end if you get most in your weight, but all that matters is that you crushed your previous PR.
I trained for a bout a year before I competed. Not to get strong enough for my weight class, but to get strong enough for me. I'm a SHW, tossing out a 1300 total is absolutely shit compared to many other people / weight classes, but I did it, and it was the best time I've ever had. I hope to get 1500 next meet, and that is all that matters, not where I place, but what I get. I will win my weight class probably, but just because I'm the only fat ass in the SHW class lol.
Your numbers at your weight are great, very respectful, and plenty good.
Put it this way. One kid grinded a 400 lb squat at my meet, really grinded it, the crowd went absolutely nuts, cheering loud, yelling, etc. The next kid weighed less, squated more, but not one cared all that much. Why? Because it was easy for him, you could tell it wasn't his PR, it wasn't his 3rd lift, it wasn't his best. The other guy, he grinded it, the weight wasn't high, but it was for him, so everyone got into it hard.