Karate tournament results announced


Courtesy photo Students of Howard Family Martial Arts competed in the seventh annual Battle of Cumberland Gap karate tournament in Middlesboro on Oct. 3. Nine students won 17 medals: Eian Caudill, third place in form; Kaydence Wynn, first in form and fighting; Andrew Hamm, second in form and third in fighting; Erica Stevens, second in form and first in sparring; Hunter Housley, first in form and second in fighting; Kaylob Stevens, third in fighting; Ethan Combs, third in form and first in fighting; Hanna Foster, first in form and fighting; and Hailey Foster, first in form and second in fighting. Master instructor Daniel Howard also competed and won first place in black belt form and black belt fighting as well as the 2015 black belt grand championship in fighting.


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Students of Howard Family Martial Arts competed in the seventh annual Battle of Cumberland Gap karate tournament in Middlesboro on Oct. 3. Nine students won 17 medals: Eian Caudill, third place in form; Kaydence Wynn, first in form and fighting; Andrew Hamm, second in form and third in fighting; Erica Stevens, second in form and first in sparring; Hunter Housley, first in form and second in fighting; Kaylob Stevens, third in fighting; Ethan Combs, third in form and first in fighting; Hanna Foster, first in form and fighting; and Hailey Foster, first in form and second in fighting. Master instructor Daniel Howard also competed and won first place in black belt form and black belt fighting as well as the 2015 black belt grand championship in fighting.

Courtesy photo Students of Howard Family Martial Arts competed in the seventh annual Battle of Cumberland Gap karate tournament in Middlesboro on Oct. 3. Nine students won 17 medals: Eian Caudill, third place in form; Kaydence Wynn, first in form and fighting; Andrew Hamm, second in form and third in fighting; Erica Stevens, second in form and first in sparring; Hunter Housley, first in form and second in fighting; Kaylob Stevens, third in fighting; Ethan Combs, third in form and first in fighting; Hanna Foster, first in form and fighting; and Hailey Foster, first in form and second in fighting. Master instructor Daniel Howard also competed and won first place in black belt form and black belt fighting as well as the 2015 black belt grand championship in fighting.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Karate.jpgCourtesy photo Students of Howard Family Martial Arts competed in the seventh annual Battle of Cumberland Gap karate tournament in Middlesboro on Oct. 3. Nine students won 17 medals: Eian Caudill, third place in form; Kaydence Wynn, first in form and fighting; Andrew Hamm, second in form and third in fighting; Erica Stevens, second in form and first in sparring; Hunter Housley, first in form and second in fighting; Kaylob Stevens, third in fighting; Ethan Combs, third in form and first in fighting; Hanna Foster, first in form and fighting; and Hailey Foster, first in form and second in fighting. Master instructor Daniel Howard also competed and won first place in black belt form and black belt fighting as well as the 2015 black belt grand championship in fighting.
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