Tracy's Ju-Jitsu students from the Yarmouth dojo recently took part in a tournament in Trenton, Maine. The students received trophies in both kumite and ju-jitsu throwing divisions.
Back row (left to right): Michael Shaw, Nash Holley, Cameron Sarchi, Rachel Spencer, Elizabeth McAleney, Quinn Holley, Kevin Lamberson.
Front row: Sensei Kristy Dawes, Justin Dawes, Milo Wiebus, Mason Woodward, Lauren Dawes, Patrick Shaw, Marshall Fowler, Kyle Lambertson.
Not pictured: Julia Gay, Matthew Hastings.
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