Martial arts students medal at competition


Photos submitted Students from Howard Family Martial Arts recently competed at the Bluegrass State Games in Nicholasville with a total of 15 medals brought home by 10 competitors. “Every student went out there and did their best and they were all great ambassadors of Harlan County and great representatives of Howard Family Martial Arts. I am very proud of all of them,” stated Master Instructor Daniel Howard. Results include: Luke Cottrell, first in sparring; Ethan Combs, second in sparring; Hunter Housley, second in form; Dylan Collins, first in form and second in sparring; Dalton Ward, second in form and sparring; Eian Caldwell, second in sparring; Jace Noe, first in form and sparring; Erica Stevens, first in form; and Kaylob Stevens, third in form and first in sparring. Assistant Instructor Justin Howard (not pictured) also competed and placed first in both form and sparring in a very tough black belt division.


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Students from Howard Family Martial Arts recently competed at the Bluegrass State Games in Nicholasville with a total of 15 medals brought home by 10 competitors. “Every student went out there and did their best and they were all great ambassadors of Harlan County and great representatives of Howard Family Martial Arts. I am very proud of all of them,” stated Master Instructor Daniel Howard. Results include: Luke Cottrell, first in sparring; Ethan Combs, second in sparring; Hunter Housley, second in form; Dylan Collins, first in form and second in sparring; Dalton Ward, second in form and sparring; Eian Caldwell, second in sparring; Jace Noe, first in form and sparring; Erica Stevens, first in form; and Kaylob Stevens, third in form and first in sparring. Assistant Instructor Justin Howard (not pictured) also competed and placed first in both form and sparring in a very tough black belt division.

Photos submitted Students from Howard Family Martial Arts recently competed at the Bluegrass State Games in Nicholasville with a total of 15 medals brought home by 10 competitors. “Every student went out there and did their best and they were all great ambassadors of Harlan County and great representatives of Howard Family Martial Arts. I am very proud of all of them,” stated Master Instructor Daniel Howard. Results include: Luke Cottrell, first in sparring; Ethan Combs, second in sparring; Hunter Housley, second in form; Dylan Collins, first in form and second in sparring; Dalton Ward, second in form and sparring; Eian Caldwell, second in sparring; Jace Noe, first in form and sparring; Erica Stevens, first in form; and Kaylob Stevens, third in form and first in sparring. Assistant Instructor Justin Howard (not pictured) also competed and placed first in both form and sparring in a very tough black belt division.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Karate-1.jpgPhotos submitted Students from Howard Family Martial Arts recently competed at the Bluegrass State Games in Nicholasville with a total of 15 medals brought home by 10 competitors. “Every student went out there and did their best and they were all great ambassadors of Harlan County and great representatives of Howard Family Martial Arts. I am very proud of all of them,” stated Master Instructor Daniel Howard. Results include: Luke Cottrell, first in sparring; Ethan Combs, second in sparring; Hunter Housley, second in form; Dylan Collins, first in form and second in sparring; Dalton Ward, second in form and sparring; Eian Caldwell, second in sparring; Jace Noe, first in form and sparring; Erica Stevens, first in form; and Kaylob Stevens, third in form and first in sparring. Assistant Instructor Justin Howard (not pictured) also competed and placed first in both form and sparring in a very tough black belt division.

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