Cedar and Sage Martial Arts students
bring home medals at Purcell tournament
Competitors from Cedar and Sage Martial Arts attended a Senshi Ryu Tournament on Saturday, June 16 in Purcell, OK. Pictured (left to right back row); Cedar and Sage lead instructor Ricky Settle, Braden Hill: placed 1st in point sparring and 1st in continuous sparring, Charlie Rodriquez: 1st in forms, 1st in point sparring, and 2nd in continuous sparring, Thomas Whiteeagle: 2nd in point sparring and 1st in continuous sparring. Front Row (left to right), Breanne Peterson: 2nd in forms (10-11 year old group), Olivia Peterson: 2nd in forms (8-9 year old group).
Cedar and Sage Martial Arts student McKinsey Lowe competed in the Senshi Ryu tournament April 14, 2018 in Cushing, Oklahoma. McKinsey placed 1st in fighting, 1st in forms, and 3rd in open sparring.
JFA Academy in Purcell is hosting a tournament June 16th at 10 AM. Events will include point sparring, continous sparring, katas, and weapons. The school will also draw for a custom built smoker being raffled at 2 PM the same day.
Cedar and Sage Martial Arts Students will get the chance to demonstrate their knowledge and skills at the Cedar and Sage Martial Arts semi-annual belt best on June 9th. The test will be held at 10 AM at the Cedar and Sage Martial Arts Dojang located 115 N. 1st Street in Anadarko. Candidates will have the opportunity to advance to their next belt color rank. Judges for the testing are expected to include at least one martial arts Grand Master from this area.
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