Martial arts students compete


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Provided photo Kelly Journell, 7, and a first-grade student at Concord Elementary, competes at the Stone Tiger Challenge Benefit Martial Arts Tournament.

Provided photo Kelly Journell, 7, and a first-grade student at Concord Elementary, competes at the Stone Tiger Challenge Benefit Martial Arts Tournament.


TROY — Students at Troy Martial Arts on Sunday competed at a cancer benefit tournament in Rockford, Ohio, called the Stone Tiger Challenge Benefit Martial Arts Tournament.

Troy Martial Arts not only won for the school that sent the most competitors — 27 — but also had eight students get first place and many seconds and third places, according to Chris Journell, head instructor. He said they had

The students ranged from 6 to 34 years old.

Troy’s pparticipation roughly counted for 10 percent of the total tournament donation of more than $1,000 to the Mercer County Cancer Association, Journell said.

Provided photo Kelly Journell, 7, and a first-grade student at Concord Elementary, competes at the Stone Tiger Challenge Benefit Martial Arts Tournament.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2018/05/web1_Kelly.jpgProvided photo Kelly Journell, 7, and a first-grade student at Concord Elementary, competes at the Stone Tiger Challenge Benefit Martial Arts Tournament.
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