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IB Sports Park Program, Inoue Ha Karate Do/Boys & Girls Club Class Wins 19 Awards in State Karate Tournament - Will Compete In National Championships in Reno!

Jun 07, 2018 12:36PM ● By Paul Spear

IB Sports Park Program Inoue Ha Karate Do/Boys & Girls Club Class Wins 19 Awards in State Karate Tournament Held at the Salt Creek Park on Saturday, June 2nd. 

6 of the students will compete In National Championships in Reno July 10thy through 15th 
and looking for sponsors from the community.

Inoue Ha Karate Do/Boys&Girls Club of Imperial Beach Tournament Results 

Under 5 years old                             Div 6-7 years Old
Ian Mateo Valenzuela                       Byron Valenzuela 
1 place sparring                                  1 place Sparring 
3 place Kata                                       3 place Kata
3 place Basics

Division 8-9 years                       División 10-11 years    
Esteban Villaruel                                Ernesto Villaruel 
2 place Kumite                                     3 place Kata 
4 place Kata                                        3 place sparring

                      Division 12-13 years                   

Rosa Alegre                                Alejandra Arreola 
1 place Kata                                 2 place Kata 
1 Place sparring                           2 place sparring 

Division 14-15 advance            Division 16-17 advance black belt 
Laisha Islas                               Luisa Islas 
2 place Kata                              1 place sparring 
2 place sparring                        3 place Kata


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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach 

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