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PizDoff
7/23/2004 5:53pm,
West Point Karate School competes well



The West Point Karate School recently traveled to Pascagoula to compete in the Gulf Coast Classic Karate Championship. Like most of the other events for the West Point School, this one turned out to be a banner day, with the West Point School winning numerous awards and titles.

West Point Sensei Albert Lee took home the honor of overall Grand Champion in Pascagoula. Along with Lee, several members of the school competed very well. From Lee's class, Chris Humphries, Ni'Jual Coggins, Stephone Macon, Terry Macon, and Demarius Lee all won first place in their respective youth divisions. Mary Huggins also placed first in the women's yellow belt division.

Sensei Homer Cannon finished first in the senior men's division, and his class followed suit.

Black Belt C.J. Foster won the 15-year-old division, while Jamal Gray and Tidesha Wright both won their divisions. Darius Lenoir finished second in the 10-year-old division, while Shonna Decker came in third in the 9-year-old category. Jimmy Nash, a black belt, won the men's heavyweight division.

Ryan Phillips, a Brown Belt, won the men's lightweight division, while Ezekiel Randle won the lightweight division for the Blue Belts. Sedrick Williams and Lederrius Taylor both won their competitions, while Semaj Edwards placed third in the 8-9-year-old competition. Sensei Ken Poole finished second in the men's black belt division.

Trinity Huggins won the men's heavyweight division for blue belts, while Antonio Reese placed third in the boy's 7-9-year-old division.


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OMG OMG OMG ONE OF THEM IS TEH NINJA MOVING TOO FAST!!!!!

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Traditional Tom
7/23/2004 8:01pm,
how did that fat bitch win anything?
it was fixed