In addition to having members take home first-, second- and third-place individual awards, Wais Academy was named best school for the tournament and received the top award from the association president, William Kim.
Alondra Mirada took first place in forms in her division, and local first-place winners in the sparring divisions were Jorge Mata, Michael Calderon and Rita Barrera.
Alinna Madina took second place in forms, and Rafael Sierra placed second in sparring.
Kevin Barrera placed third in forms, and third-place finishes in sparring went to Osvaldo Cuellar, Izaiah Mejia, Samir Amin and Damon Robertson Sr.
Wais Marital Arts Academy will mark its one-year anniversary Dec. 19. The school shares space with Tiffany Dance Studio, 563 W. Clover Road, and offers six months of free classes for the first people to sign up. The school offers taekwondo, self-defense and kickboxing classes.
For information: www.waismartialartsacademy.com.