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Junior Division Competition Rules the Afternoon - Day Four
by Julie Goldsticker
October 8, 2010

     
   
   
   
   

                                                                                  
(OCT 8)  (SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS) – The junior division stole the show in the opening session of Thursday’s competition at the National PAL Championships, which showcased quarterfinal action in the junior and female divisions at the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio, Texas.

The 11 and 12-year-old division made its first appearance in San Antonio with seven bouts in the junior competition. After the youngest participants kicked off the day’s action, the intermediate division (13-14-year-old) contestants stepped into the ring for 10 bouts of competition. Twenty-five senior JO division (15-16-year-old) bouts closed the junior division action with all of the victors moving on to Friday’s semifinal action.  

 

Female open division action closed the afternoon session with 14 hotly-contested bouts in the quarterfinal round. Former national champion Cynthia Moreno (Phoenix, Ariz.) pulled out a 13-12 decision over 2010 USA Boxing National Championships silver medalist Tyrieshia Douglas (Baltimore, Md.) in their flyweight quarterfinal showdown. Lightweight Stephanie Han (El Paso, Texas) enjoyed the upset of the day, taking a 15-7 decision over 2009 National Champion Patricia Manuel (Long Beach, Calif.) in afternoon action.

 

The men’s open division will take over the three rings in San Antonio’s Municipal Auditorium on Thursday evening with 56 bouts scheduled in three rings. All of the men’s weight classes will be contested in the evening session, which will begin competition at 6 p.m. CST.

 

Thursday, October 7, 2010 Quarterfinal Bouts
Noon Session

Male Junior Division/11-12-year-old
70 lbs/junior: Caleb Wilkes, Ft. Myers, Fla.,  dec. Jose Cora,  Abilene, Texas, 13-10
70 lbs/junior: Brandon Limonez, Beeville, Texas, dec. Xuan Machado, Minatare, Neb., 9-3
70 lbs/junior: Jody Gauthier, Opelouses, La., dec. Justin Coffman, Karnes City, Texas, 2-1
80 lbs/junior: Isaac Cuellar, Paterson, N.J. dec. Leonel Tuerina, La Blanca, Texas, 11-4
80 lbs/junior: Hugo Tovar, McAllen, Texas,  dec. Benito Renia, San Antonio, Texas, 12-4
85 lbs/junior: Vergil Ortiz, Grand Prairie, Texas  dec. Steven Galeano, Bronx, N.Y., 9-4
85 lbs/junior: Francisco Villa, Midland, Texas dec. Christopher Martinez, San Antonio, Texas, 3-1

Male Intermediate Division/13-14-year-old
80 lbs/intermediate: Jordan White, Waldorf, Md. Dec. Jacob Perez, Denver, Colo., 9-3
85 lbs/intermediate: Hector Tanjara, San Antonio, Texas dec. Isaiah Tafoya, Cheyenne, Wyo., 16-3
90 lbs/intermediate: Keoni Adric, Waipahu, Hawaii dec.  Harry Collazo, E. Los Angeles, Calif., 14-4
95 lbs/intermediate: Teofimo Lopez dec. Luis Delgado, Jr., San Antonio, Texas, 10-6
101 lbs/intermediate: Fernando Vasquez, Dallas, Texas dec. Victor Trevino, Jr., San Antonio, Texas 11-3
106 lbs/intermediate: Andres Cuevas, San Antonio, Texas dec. LaJuan Bright, Atlantic City, N.J., 13-8
106 lbs/intermediate: Isaac Rodriguez, San Antonio, Texas, dec. Christian Garcia, Albuquerque, N.M.,  10-0
106 lbs/intermediate: Gary Antwuan Russell, Capitol Heights, Md., stopped Cornelius Powell, RSC-2 (:33)
110 lbs/intermediate: Jonathan Loera, Albuquerque, N.M., dec. Diego Garcia, Aurora, Colo., 10-8

Male Senior Division/15-16-year-old
106 lbs/senior: Brent Venegas III, Elk Grove, Calif., dec. Travell mazio, Del Valle, Texas, 12-6
106 lbs/senior: Angelo Calvillo, Sacramento, Calif., dec. Justin Guerrero, Edinburg, Texs,  8-2
106 lbs/senior: Ernesto Delgadillo, Dallas, Texas dec. Destyne Butler, Chicago,Ill., 13-4
110 lbs/senior: Moses Aguilar dec. Leopoldo Martinez, Laredo, Texas, 14-13
110 lbs/senior: Norberto Torres, Orlando,Fla., dec. Oscar Torres, LeHigh Acres, Fla., 10-5
110 lbs/senior: Epi Soto, Laredo, Texas stopped David Navarro, Kansas City, Mo., RSC-1
110 lbs/senior: Christian Williams, Chicago, Ill., dec. Rico Diaz, Philadelphia, Pa., Chicago, Ill.
114 lbs/senior: Josue Siler, Abilene, Texas dec. Fernando Cordaway, Karnes City, Texas, 5-3
114 lbs/senior: Samuel Villareal, Jr., Laredo, Texas dec.  Blake Eureste, Kyle, Texas, 4-0
119 lbs/senior: Gevonta Davis, Baltimore, Md., dec. Luis Castro, Edinburg, Texas, 8-3
119 lbs/senior: Jarren Saldana, San Marcos, Texas, dec. Francisco Esparza, Las Vegas, Nev., 5-3
119 lbs/senior: Cresencio Ramos, Jr., San Antonio, Texas dec. Marcos Delgado, El Paso, Texas, 9-6
119 lbs/senior: Javier Rodriguez, San Antonio, Texas dec. Alexander Hipilito, Lubbock, Texas, 14-2
125 lbs/senior: Charles Clark, Dallas, Texas dec. Felipe de los Santos, Texas City, Texas, 12-4
125 lbs/senior: George Naclerio, East Haven, Conn., dec. Jesse Duran, San Antonio, Texas, 9-5
125 lbs/senior: Lamont Roach, Jr., Upper Marlboro, Md., stopped David Walker, Austin, Texas, RSC-1
125 lbs/senior: Kendo Castaneda, San Antonio, Texas dec. Elijah Gonzalez, Houston, Texas, 21-3
132 lbs/senior: Joey Bryant, Memphis, Tenn., dec. Jesus Renteria, Concord, Calif., 9-3
132 lbs/senior: Julian Rodriguez, Paterson, N.J., dec. Jamontay Clark, Cincinnati, Ohio, 15-0
132 lbs/senior: Joe Lamas, Houston, Texas dec. Christian Santibanes, Natalia, Texs, 13-2
138 lbs/senior: Kareem Martin, Clinton, Md., dec. Jose Alday, Jr., Odessa, Texas,  11-4
138 lbs/senior: Cristino Ceballo, Brooklyn, N.Y. dec. Ramiro Montes, Reno, Nev., 9-2
138 lbs/senior: Israel Quintero, Houston, Texas, dec. RG Garcia, Beeville, Texas, 6-5
138 lbs/senior: Nicholes Chamoun, Daly City, Texas dec. Adrian Bermudez, Gatesville, Texas, 4-2

Open Division Female
106 lbs/female/open: Amy Sowers, Bozeman, Mont., dec. Jalyn Janvier, New York,  N.Y., 20-3
112 lbs/female/open: Christina Cruz, New York, N.Y. dec. Ashlee Reyes, San Antonio, 14-5
112 lbs/female/open: Alexandra Love, Monroe, Wash., dec. Marina Ramirez, Las Vegas, Nev., 11-2
112 lbs/female/open: Tiffany Perez, Hammond, Ind., dec. Nicole Pasillas, Aurora, Colo., 7-1
112 lbs/female/open: Cynthia Moreno, Phoenix, Ariz., dec. Tyrieshia Douglas, Baltimore, Md., 14-13
125 lbs/female/open: Elizabeth Leddy, Portland, Maine dec. Angela Loera, San Antonio, Texas, 28-4
125 lbs/female/open: Alicia DeFrank, Port Richey, Fla., dec. Tiffany Griffin, 5-1
132 lbs/female/open: Selina Barrios, San Antonio, Texas won on retirement over Madeline Guzman, Perth Amboy, N.J., RET-3
132 lbs/female/open: Melanie Costa, Norton, Mass., dec.  Micaela Arce, Reno, Nev., 9-6
132 lbs/female/open: Stephanie Han, El Paso, Texas dec. Patricia Manuel, Long Beach, Calif., 15-7
141 lbs/female/open: Kymmberli Stowe, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. Lakia Johnson, Houston, Texas, 10-5
141 lbs/female/open: Brittany Inkrote, Red Lion, Pa., dec. Jaliyla Muhammad, Philadelphia,Pa., 7-4  

 

 

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Julie Goldsticker
President, Goldsticker Public Relations

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