2nd Annual Connellsville Classic winner PMAA
Pennsylvania Martial Arts Alliance claims team title at second Warriors United Tournament of the year
More than 30 schools competed in the tournament, bringing in excess of 200 martial artists to battle in breaking, weapons, kata, sparring, 1-point sparring and continuous sparring.
''The competition was amazing, and victory was very difficult to come by,'' said tournament circuit director and PMAA owner/director Steven Morrissey.
Dragon's Den Mixed Martial Arts, which won the team title in the season-opening Karate Classic in Morgantown, WV, on Feb. 20, slipped to second place in the tournament circuit standings.
Culver Karate Club currently sits in third place after showcasing 21 competitors at the Connellsville Classic.
In fourth place is the Fairmount School of Martial Arts, based in Fairmont, West Virginia. Powers Martial Arts of Wintersville, Ohio occupies the No. 5 spot.
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