Cross County Bushido Karate Club raises $700 at 7th annual Coats for Kids Karate tournament at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School


Karate club raised $700

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In both photos members of the Cross County Bushido Karate Club pose with medals won at the seventh annual Coats for Kids Karate Tournament at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School.

In both photos members of the Cross County Bushido Karate Club pose with medals won at the seventh annual Coats for Kids Karate Tournament at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School.


Good-Hearted Martial Artists and their families converged at the Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School recently for the seventh Annual Coats for Kids Karate Tournament sponsored by the Cross County Bushido Karate Club.

Over $700 was donated from the proceeds of the tournament.

The Cross County Bushido Karate Club was led by Brown Belts Katelin Heizer and Ariel Kibbey who tied for second in weapons.

White Belts: Jared Morgan, first in Kata, first in Sparring and second in Grappling.

Noah Aronhalt- third in Kata and third in Sparring.

J.B. Knisley- second in Kicking Competition and second in Kata.

Jayce Cumberland- first in Grappling and third in Sparring.

William Harper- first in Kata.

Naomi Harper- first in Sparring, second in Kata and second in Kicking Competition.

Joey Jordan- third in Kicking Competition and third in Kata.

The Bushido Club is coached by Senseis Rick Ludwick, Earl Paul Jr., Nayomie Ludwick and Maxine Ludwick.

Submitted by Karen Ludwick on behalf of the Cross County Bushido Karate Club.

In both photos members of the Cross County Bushido Karate Club pose with medals won at the seventh annual Coats for Kids Karate Tournament at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/11/web1_Karate-Kids-1118.jpgIn both photos members of the Cross County Bushido Karate Club pose with medals won at the seventh annual Coats for Kids Karate Tournament at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School.
Karate club raised $700

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