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Thursday, 04 September 2014 09:55

By EARL WATT

• Leader & Times

Students for Rine’s American Freestyle Karate in Liberal traveled to Hays Aug. 23 and had a strong showing with several first place finishes.

In the Black Belt division, Krystain Piercy took first in sparring, cont. sparring, traditional forms and musical forms. Piercy was the Gran Champion in Back Belt Forms and Weapons.

Alejandra Prieto took first in sparing, traditional forms, musical forms and weapons in the Black Belt division.

Sheney Redmon took second in sparring and cont. sparring in the Black Belt division.

Jesse Olvera also competed in the Black Belt division and took first in sparring and traditional forms and second in weapons.

In the Junior Black Belt division, Dianna Olvera took first in traditional forms, sparring, and cont. sparring and second in traditional weapons.

Sandy Vo took second in musical weapons and sparring and third in traditional forms in the Junior Black Belt division.

John Vo took second in traditional forms and third in weapons in the Junior Black Belt division.

In the Under Belts 9 and under division, Dalton Bruton took first in traditional forms, traditional weapons and third in sparring. Bruton was the Grand Champion in Forms and Weapons.

Naomi Macias competed in the 10-11-year-old Under Belt division and took first in weapons, traditional forms and sparring.

Gus Hink participated in the 6-7-year-old advanced Under Belt division and took first in weapons and traditional forms and third in sparring.

Bryan Ortega took first in sparring and forms and fourth in weapons.

Kaylee Velazquez took first in traditional forms, and second in sparring and weapons.

Riddhi Bombaywala competed in the 10-11-year-old advanced Under Belt division and took first in traditional forms, third in sparring and fourth in weapons.

Kayle Corral participated in the 5-years-old-and-under Under Belt division and took second in forms and sparring.

Aaron Munoz took fourth in sparring.

Orlando Munoz participated in the 6-7-year-old novice Under Belt division and took first in forms and weapons and second in sparring.

Angel Munoz competed in the 8-9-year-old advanced Under Belt division and finished first in traditional weapons, second in traditional forms, and third in sparring.

Christopher Leatherman competed in the same division and took fourth in sparring and fourth in weapons.

Mario Munoz competed in the 18-35-year-old Under Belt division and took first in sparring and cont. sparring.

Bryant Olvera took first in traditional weapons, sparring and forms.

Phillip Bruton competed in the 35-and-over Under belt division and took first in sparring and second in traditional weapons.

 
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