An official rank examination was conducted April 26 for karate practitioners at Central Minnesota Karate headquarters in St. Cloud.
This examination is the process students go through to advance in rank.
Yellow belt (8th Kyu)
Brainerd, Dawn Imgrund, Rhonda Lovell, Deloris Aubol.
Orange belt (7th Kyu)
Brainerd, Becky Cook-Blue, Josh Marcum, Toni Terwilliger.
Purple belt (5th Kyu)
Brainerd, Megan Tschida, Brantley Tyson, Ciara Pritschet, Katrina Paschelke; Aitkin, Karen Storlie, Kelly Anderson.
Purple belt (4th Kyu) second level
Brainerd, Kaleb Buttenhoff; Aitkin, Breanna Storlie
Brown belt (First level)
Aitkin, Amanda Anderson.
JV tennis team wins
The Brainerd Warriors junior varsity tennis team defeated the Sartell Sabres 8-1 Tuesday.
Winning in doubles matches were the teams of Matt Smith-Brett Severson, Jason Houle-Conrad Kragness, Chad Johannessohn-Justin Vogt, Brian Seipp-Josh Holbrook, John Gillert-John Franzen, Jeff Smith-Shawn Steinkraus, Robbie Mitchell-Kyle Solstad, Jeremy Bock-Andy Lotzer.
Pequot Lakes sets all-sports banquet May 14
The Pequot Lakes Patriots All-Sports Banquet will be 6:30 p.m. May 14 in the high school.
Tickets cost $9 per person. For tickets and information contact activities director Scott Shafer (218) 568-9213.
Audree Goodew was incorrectly listed as the most valuable athlete of the Brainerd Warriors girls' cross country running team in Tuesday's Dispatch. Jenna Roberts was voted the most valuable athlete on the team.
The Dispatch regrets the error.
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