Students of the Knightdale Young Champions of America karate team show off the trophies they earned at a tournament in Knightdale on Nov. 8. The students are (front row, from left) Luis Ramos, Daniel Munoz, Dakota Rigda, Jack Walsh, Jaydan Woods, Caleb Watson, Brody Smith, Zachary Davis, Samuel Williams and David Winningham; (middle row, from left) Jason Watson, Savanna Earp, Martha Aguirre, Kaitlyn Davis, Daisy Aguirre, Alex Ricks, Jayden Covington, Victoria Winningham, Harmony Lucas, Alessia Crummy, Victoria Crummy and Prentice “PJ” Wilson Jr.; and (back row, from left) Kaitlyn Artero, Ryan Woodyard, Master Instructor Ann Keklak and Ashley Woodyard.
Students of the Knightdale Young Champions of America karate team show off the trophies they earned at a tournament in Knightdale on Nov. 8. The students are (front row, from left) Luis Ramos, Daniel Munoz, Dakota Rigda, Jack Walsh, Jaydan Woods, Caleb Watson, Brody Smith, Zachary Davis, Samuel Williams and David Winningham; (middle row, from left) Jason Watson, Savanna Earp, Martha Aguirre, Kaitlyn Davis, Daisy Aguirre, Alex Ricks, Jayden Covington, Victoria Winningham, Harmony Lucas, Alessia Crummy, Victoria Crummy and Prentice “PJ” Wilson Jr.; and (back row, from left) Kaitlyn Artero, Ryan Woodyard, Master Instructor Ann Keklak and Ashley Woodyard. COURTESY OF CHANDRA RIGDA
Students of the Knightdale Young Champions of America karate team show off the trophies they earned at a tournament in Knightdale on Nov. 8. The students are (front row, from left) Luis Ramos, Daniel Munoz, Dakota Rigda, Jack Walsh, Jaydan Woods, Caleb Watson, Brody Smith, Zachary Davis, Samuel Williams and David Winningham; (middle row, from left) Jason Watson, Savanna Earp, Martha Aguirre, Kaitlyn Davis, Daisy Aguirre, Alex Ricks, Jayden Covington, Victoria Winningham, Harmony Lucas, Alessia Crummy, Victoria Crummy and Prentice “PJ” Wilson Jr.; and (back row, from left) Kaitlyn Artero, Ryan Woodyard, Master Instructor Ann Keklak and Ashley Woodyard. COURTESY OF CHANDRA RIGDA

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