Marissa Meandro, 12, Bradley Chaput, 13 and Juliana Meandro, 10, are members of the Xtreme team. They were happy with their placings in their respective divisions, said a release from Benoit's Martial Arts.
Marissa, in the girls black belt 12 and under division, was able to capture a gold in traditional kata, a bronze in traditional weapons, as well as a bronze in open weapons. She also earned a spot to take part in the tournament's night show in the elite junior kata division, where she finished in second place.
Bradley, in the 13-14 boys black belt division, earned a gold medal in traditional kata and a silver in traditional weapons.
Juliana competed in the 9-10 girls advanced belt division and was a finalist in her three events.
Bradley will be attending the Amerikick Internationals, which take place in Philadelphia from March 28-29.
Marissa and Juliana will competed in the USA Open and Junior International Cup being held in Las Vegas in April.