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Halloween Karate Tournament

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The Annual Halloween Karate Tournament was held at Allen Sarac's Professional Karate Centers.

Halloween Table with Spooky Foods for Allen Sarac's Parofessional Karate Center's Annual Halloween Costume Party & Karate TournamentSppoky Foods!
Master Allen Sarac in costume at the Annual Halloween Karate Tournament in Las VegasGrand Master Allen Sarac in Costume
Halloween Treats were side splitting FunHalloween Treats were side splitting Fun

Congratulations to the Halloween Karate Tournament Participants

Students and family members of Allen Sarac's Professional Karate Centers of Las Vegas enjoyed a spectacular Spooky Halloween Tournament on October 29, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Students were able to practice their karate in a fun and friendly competition against fellow classmates and compete in their best Halloween costume.

Congratulations to the members of the Karate White Team for scoring 127 points and the Red Team for scoring 107 points.

After the tournament, all participants and their families gathered to enjoy our delicious pot luck lunch. Master Sarac would like to thank all the parents who brought in all of the yummy and scary looking food! We look forward to seeing everyone again at the next Holiday Tournament on December 10, 2016. 

The following students in Best Costume are as follows:

First Place - Jr. Barragon
Second Place - Malaika Brooks
Third Place - Brenden Hefner.

In the freaky food contest, Master Sarac would like to thank these parents who participated and placed in the Freaky Food Contest:

First place - Tanya Jacobs
Second Place - Teresa Falls.

Please visit our website at or visit Allen Sarac's Professional Karate Center on Facebook to view and share more pictures from our 2016 Halloween Tournament.

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