Ten of the local athletes brought home championship belts from the event.
First-place awards included:
Harlie Curiel, 14/15-year-old intermediate girls sparring.
Julian Salas, 14/17-year-old black belt boys traditional forms and sparring.
Noelia Meyers, 8/9-year-old intermediate girls division forms and sparring.
Austin Huff, 6/7-year-old advanced boys sparring, and 10-and-under open weapon forms.
Anthony Huff, 14/15-year-old novice boys forms.
Julio Castro, 18/39-year-old black belt sparring, which included a $1,000 award and belt.
Kenohe Leonor, 8/9-year-old advanced boys sparring.
Vanessa Sorro, 8/9-year-old novice girls forms and sparring.
Christopher Quintana, 6/7-year-old novice boys sparring and continuous sparring.
Eliana Wright, 5-and-under girls and boys sparring.
Robert Farkas placed second in the 6/7-year-old boys sparring.