American Tae Kwon Do competes in South Carolina tournament


Contributed photo American Tae Kwon Do, of Rockingham, recently participated in the “Terry Gore’s Super Kicks” Tournament at Conway Christian School in Conway, South Carolina. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are Paytan Keyes, Mitchell Newton and Jordan Wood. Standing in the second row are Master “J” James Jeter Sr., Thomas Lampley, Justyn Woolard, Brandon Woolard, Thomas Keyes and Larry Bordeaux. Brandon Woolard, Newton and Bordeaux finished first in both sparring and kata in their respective divisions.


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American Tae Kwon Do, of Rockingham, recently participated in the “Terry Gore’s Super Kicks” Tournament at Conway Christian School in Conway, South Carolina. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are Paytan Keyes, Mitchell Newton and Jordan Wood. Standing in the second row are Master “J” James Jeter Sr., Thomas Lampley, Justyn Woolard, Brandon Woolard, Thomas Keyes and Larry Bordeaux. Brandon Woolard, Newton and Bordeaux finished first in both sparring and kata in their respective divisions.

Contributed photo American Tae Kwon Do, of Rockingham, recently participated in the “Terry Gore’s Super Kicks” Tournament at Conway Christian School in Conway, South Carolina. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are Paytan Keyes, Mitchell Newton and Jordan Wood. Standing in the second row are Master “J” James Jeter Sr., Thomas Lampley, Justyn Woolard, Brandon Woolard, Thomas Keyes and Larry Bordeaux. Brandon Woolard, Newton and Bordeaux finished first in both sparring and kata in their respective divisions.
http://yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_045-1-.jpgContributed photo American Tae Kwon Do, of Rockingham, recently participated in the “Terry Gore’s Super Kicks” Tournament at Conway Christian School in Conway, South Carolina. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are Paytan Keyes, Mitchell Newton and Jordan Wood. Standing in the second row are Master “J” James Jeter Sr., Thomas Lampley, Justyn Woolard, Brandon Woolard, Thomas Keyes and Larry Bordeaux. Brandon Woolard, Newton and Bordeaux finished first in both sparring and kata in their respective divisions.
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