Dakota Sanzana, middle, won two divisions and her sister Makayla, right, also won her class at a judo tournament in Seattle.

Sisters win gold at Seattle judo tournament

Between the two of them, Dakota and Makayla Sanzana won three divisions at a judo tournament last weekend in Seattle, Wash.

It was the third year the Comox sisters competed at the Seattle Dojo’s annual event sanctioned by the U.S. Judo Federation.

Dakota, 12, won two divisions, and Makayla, 14, took first place in her category.

Next up is the Canadian Nationals in Edmonton from May 15 to 22.

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