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Shark Fest no match for Club Karate students

Six Club Karate students and their instructor competed in the Shark fest karate tournament held in Myrtle Beach this past weekend. They all did a fantastic job.
Pictured at left, Front row, left to right: Ryan Giles — second in kata and second in fighting; Grayce Houchins — first in kata and second in fighting; Hunter Rast — first in weapons, third in kata and third in fighting. Back row: Emani Alston — first in weapons, first in kata and third in fighting; Sam Alston — first in weapons, third in kata and third in fighting; Chuck Elias and Faye Alston — third in kata.

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