Left, Club Naha team member Michael Achorn and Huard’s Sport Karate team member Mikey Stewart with their awards after point fighting at the recent Maine Martial Arts Challenge, on April 10. Michael captured first place and Mikey, second place. (Photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography staff).
Below left, Alfond Youth Center CEO Ken Walsh with Waterville Cal Ripken baseball team member Keegan Dumais during opening day ceremonies at Fran Purnell Field, in Waterville. Photo by Carol Fredette, Central Maine Photography staff. Below, Participants in the 36th annual Battle of Maine Martial Arts championships at Sukee Arena, in Winslow, on March 19. Photo by Dawn Jacques, Central Maine
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