Christ Centered Martial Arts students recently competed in the 36th Annual Mid-South Karate Championship held in Ellijay. Pictured, standing from left, are Sensei Robert Leamon, Ethan Greene (first, continuous fighting; third, weapons; fourth, katas; third, point fighting), Mason Holland (second, point fighting; third, katas), Ryan Cloer (first, forms; first, point fighting), Tony Lewis (first, point fighting; second, katas), Jeremy Holland (first, point fighting; third, forms; fourth, weapons), Donnie Ensley (third, point fighting; first, forms; fifth, weapons) and Sensei Lisa Leamon. Kneeling is Riley Greene (fourth, katas; fifth, point fighting; fifth, weapons).
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