On Saturday, June 10, 2017, the Dogwood Ridge Tokoshi Martial Arts Dojo in Wheelersburg had eleven students compete at the 2017 Karate for Christ Smoky Mountain Classic in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The students, along with their placings, are: Chase Wagner, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), Kumite (second place); Alexander Thomas; fighting (third place); Tanner Baldridge, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), fighting (third place); Victoria Thomas, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Jessica Howard, Kata and fighting (first place) and weapons Kata (second place); Sydney Warnock, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Brady Warnock, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Nicholas Sylvia, Kata and weapons Kata (first place); Megan Conley, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Jonathan Bailey, fighting (first place) and Kata (third place); and Sydney Little, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place).


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On Saturday, June 10, 2017, the Dogwood Ridge Tokoshi Martial Arts Dojo in Wheelersburg had eleven students compete at the 2017 Karate for Christ Smoky Mountain Classic in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

The students, along with their placings, are:

Chase Wagner, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), Kumite (second place); Alexander Thomas; fighting (third place); Tanner Baldridge, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), fighting (third place); Victoria Thomas, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Jessica Howard, Kata and fighting (first place) and weapons Kata (second place); Sydney Warnock, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Brady Warnock, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Nicholas Sylvia, Kata and weapons Kata (first place); Megan Conley, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Jonathan Bailey, fighting (first place) and Kata (third place); and Sydney Little, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place).

On Saturday, June 10, 2017, the Dogwood Ridge Tokoshi Martial Arts Dojo in Wheelersburg had eleven students compete at the 2017 Karate for Christ Smoky Mountain Classic in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The students, along with their placings, are: Chase Wagner, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), Kumite (second place); Alexander Thomas; fighting (third place); Tanner Baldridge, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), fighting (third place); Victoria Thomas, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Jessica Howard, Kata and fighting (first place) and weapons Kata (second place); Sydney Warnock, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Brady Warnock, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Nicholas Sylvia, Kata and weapons Kata (first place); Megan Conley, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Jonathan Bailey, fighting (first place) and Kata (third place); and Sydney Little, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place).
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2017/06/web1_Tokoshi.jpgOn Saturday, June 10, 2017, the Dogwood Ridge Tokoshi Martial Arts Dojo in Wheelersburg had eleven students compete at the 2017 Karate for Christ Smoky Mountain Classic in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The students, along with their placings, are: Chase Wagner, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), Kumite (second place); Alexander Thomas; fighting (third place); Tanner Baldridge, Kata and weapons Kata (first place), fighting (third place); Victoria Thomas, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Jessica Howard, Kata and fighting (first place) and weapons Kata (second place); Sydney Warnock, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place); Brady Warnock, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Nicholas Sylvia, Kata and weapons Kata (first place); Megan Conley, Kata and weapons Kata (first place) and fighting (second place); Jonathan Bailey, fighting (first place) and Kata (third place); and Sydney Little, Kata, weapons Kata and fighting (first place). Submitted Photo