Key team grabs 12 titles


Key Karate winners (front row, l-r) Kaytlyn Hammond, Yovany Delgadillo, Cristo Hernandez, (back row) Cindy Key, Michael Garner, Rachel Gonnella. Key Karate winners (front row, l-r) Kaytlyn Hammond, Yovany Delgadillo, Cristo Hernandez, (back row) Cindy Key, Michael Garner, Rachel Gonnella. HOUSTON—Cindy Key’s Karate Team, Team Ultimate Force, recently competed at the UMAHOF Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame held at the Marriott.

Key was awarded her Master 5th degree rank in Jon Sa Mu Sul at the awards Banquet by Grand Master Mike Fillmore.

Key has been training 21 years in the martial arts.

The team won 12 World Titles. Results as follows:

• Master Cindy Key 1st in 18+ traditional Kata, 1st in 35+ Womens Kata, 1st in 45 + Men and Women’s Kata and 1st in 45+ women’s Sparring.

• Michael Garner 1st in Men’s
Sparring.
• Rachel Gonnella 1st in Women’s 18+ sparring, 1st in 18+
Traditional Weapons and 2nd in
18+ Women’s Kata.
• Kaytlyn Hammond 1st in
15-17 beginner girls Kata and
Sparring.
• Yovany Delgadillo 1st in 8-9
year old beginner Kata and Sparring. • Cristo Hernandez 2nd in 8-9
year old Kata and Sparring.
• Not pictured Chris Tenner 1st
in 12-13 year Sparring and 2nd
in Kata.


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