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Locals compete in martial arts tournament last weekend in OKC

April 3, 2014

COMBAT CHAMPIONS — Four martial arts athletes from Oklahoma Combat Sports competed last weekend in the Oklahoma State BBJ Championships in Oklahoma City. From left, coach Steve Young, L.J. Butler, Ethan Carey, Bret Butler, Garrett Butler and coach Duke Nobles. Photo by Elisabeth Butler

OKLAHOMA CITY — Last weekend, martial arts students from Oklahoma Combat Sports, Ethan Carey, L.J. Butler, Garrett Butler and Bret Butler, competed in the 2014 Oklahoma State BJJ Championships. This was these athletes' first-ever state championships appearance.
Carey won two gold medals, L.J. Butler took home a gold and two silver medals, Garrett Butler won two bronze medals and Bret Butler took home a bronze medal.
Their coaches are Steve Young and Duke Nobles.

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