JMJC earns four bronze medals in Montreal

Glenville judo club also has gold medalist in Great Britain

Four members of the Glenville-based Jason Morris Judo Center won bronze medals at last weekend’s Quebec Open in Montreal.

Cammi Kaichi (57 kilograms), Hannah Martin (63kg) and Angela Woosley (52kg) placed third in their women’s division weight classes, while Ethan Stanley (+100kg) earned a bronze medal in the men’s division.

Jack Hatton added a pair of seventh-place finishes in Montreal. The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School student competed in both the boys 17-19 and men’s 66kg divisions. Brice Rudat also finished seventh in the men’s 90kg division.

In other international judo competitions, JMJC member Kyle Vashkulat placed seventh in the men’s 100kg division at the Azerbaijan World Cup last weekend. That per-formance came one week after Nick Delpopolo won the men’s 73kg division at the Great Britain World Cup in Liverpool, England.

Delpopolo — who re-cently rejoined the JMJC team — became the first American to win a division title at the Great Britain World Cup when he defeated Ghana’s Emmanuel Narety in the 73kg division final.

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