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Hapkido Taekwondo Institute Students win at Keystone Games


October 06. 2013 5:37PM


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The Hapkido Taekwondo Institute’s competition team recently competed in the Keystone State Games of America in Harrisburg. The students won six gold, two silver and three bronze medals. Winning gold was Dakotah Manganiello (two golds), Amelia Lawrence (two golds), Matt Jesse, and Chance D’Agostino. Along with gold medals, they have each attained the title of national champions. The school’s competition team will be hosting the upcoming open martial arts benefit tournament “Kickin’ It For Joe” on Oct. 19, at the Wilkes University Henry Marts Gymnasium. For more details call Joe at 570-793-0309. Front row: Mathew Jesse, Amelia Lawrence, Chance D’Agostino. Back row: team instructor Joseph D’Agostino, Dakotah Manganiello, Josh Sipsky.




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