Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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Several members from the Art Palmer's School of Isshinryu Karate competed and did very well in the Middle Tennessee Karate games June 8 a Watertown High School. Front are, from left, Ben Gibson, kata (second place) and weapons (third place); Addison Palmer, green belt, kata (fourth place) and kumite (second place); Ali Wilson, kata (fourth place) and kumite (fourth place; Kaylee Godsey, kata (second place) and kumite (second place); Jose Rodriguez, fighting (second place) and Marabella Rodriguez; and back row, Tim Sherrill, weapons kata (fourth place) and Marty Robbins, weapons (first place), kumite (first place), kata (fourth) and grand championship in both kata and kumite. Not present: John VanWinkle, kumite (third place) and kata (third place).

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