Ethan Comer, a 3rd degree black belt in tae-kwon-do, and Jordan Comer, a Level 9 gymnast in trampoline and tumbling, earned top honors in recent competitions. Ethan competed in Columbia, S.C. at the Carolina Martial Arts Open. He placed 1st in musical weapons, 1st in traditional forms, 2nd in traditional weapons and 3rd in contemporary weapons. Ethan is a member of the National Black-belt League (NBL), which ranks athletes against other athletes throughout the world. Based on NBL standings, Ethan holds the following world rankings: 1st in traditional forms, 2nd in contemporary weapons, 1st in musical weapons and 1st in traditional weapons. Currently, he is collecting points in hope of receiving an invitation to the world championship tournament that will be held in California in December. Jordan, a member of the USA Gymnastics organization, earned two gold medals, one for her floor routines and one for her trampoline routines, at the T & T Explosion meet held in Hickory, N.C. Most recently, Jordan, winning 3 gold medals, was crowned the Tennessee state champion in all three disciplines (trampoline, double-mini trampoline and floor) at the Big Orange Bounce held in Knoxville. Her performance at the meet secured her an invitation to the Junior Olympics that will be held in July in San Antonio. Next up for Jordan is the regional meet where she will compete against athletes from 6 different states.