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Six Cheney students get double win at Red Deer tournament

Six members of the Cheney Karate Studio were double winners at the Memorial Martial Arts Tournament in Red Deer during the weekend.

Brianna Thomas won the 12-13 year-old white-yellow belt forms and the intermediate team forms.

Jason Ramons captured the sparring and forms titles in the 12-13 year-old blue-brown belt division while Jade Von Hollen took both titles in the 8-9 year-old white-yellow belt division.

Michael Marr (men’s white yellow belt), Charles Mowat (men’s green-brown belt) and Hector Jordan (junior black belt) won both sparring and forms.

Samuel Abijero won the advanced team forms title while Grace Lemus took the 8-9 year-old white-yellow belt sparring crown and was second in forms.

Lucas Proteau was first in the 10-11 year-old orange-green belt forms and second in sparring with Hayley Gordon first in intermediate team forms and second in the 13-14 year-old white-yellow belt sparring.

Brody Hornett won the 6-7 white-yellow belt sparring and placed third in forms with Max Proteau taking second in the 6-7 year-old white-yellow belt forms and third in sparring.

Madison Von Hollen was second in the 11-12 year-old blue-brown belt sparring and third in forms with Kaleigh Thomas taking second in the eight-and-under team forms and Jesmervin Ramos third in junior black belt forms.

l Nick Marchuk had four firsts and a second in the Medicine Hat Open Martial Arts Championship.

Marchuk won the junior black belt forms, sparring, weapons forms and weapons sparring and was second in musical forms.

Tori Marchuk won the 8-9 year-old white-yellow belt forms and sparring and was third in the white-green belt musical forms.

Jack Marchuk took first in the 10-11 year-old blue-brown belt sparring, was second in the forms and third in weapon sparring.

The 12-13 year-old blue-brown belt sparring title went to Raven Cheney, who was third in the forms.

Shaylea Richardson placed second in the 14-15 year-old blue-brown belt sparring.

The Winter Warfare Kickboxing and Muay Thai Championships will be held Saturday at the Sheraton Events Centre.



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