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Competition Opens at the 2011 National PAL Championships
by Julie Goldsticker/
USA Boxing
October 4, 2011

     
   
   
   
   

(COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – 2011 National PAL Championships first round action kicked off in the men’s and women’s open division on Monday at the SeaGate Convention Center in Toledo, Ohio. The 2011 National PAL Championships will be the final qualifying tournament for the first-ever U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Women’s Boxing, tentatively slated for February.

First round action was contested in all three women’s Olympic weight classes on Monday night with bouts being taking place in the flyweight (112 lbs), lightweight (132 lbs) and middleweight (165 lbs) divisions as well as four men’s weight classes.

The top three boxers in each of the women’s Olympic weight divisions will earn berths in the Olympic Trials. Should an Olympic Team Trials qualified athlete finish in the top three at the National PAL Championships, the next highest finisher will win the Trials berth until there are eight qualified boxers in each Olympic weight division.

Preliminary action will continue at 6 p.m. ET on Tuesday with a full night of action on tap in Toledo. Tuesday’s bout sheets are attached.

Female

112 lbs: Virginia Fuchs, Kemah, Texas dec. Nicole Pasillas, Aurora, Colo., 5-0

112 lbs: Maryquenn Vellinga, Salt Lake City, Utah dec. Dascia Cilla, Mesquite, Texas, 4-1

112 lbs: Ayanna Vasquez, Las Cruces, N.M. dec. Rianna Rios, Alice, Texas, 5-0

112 lbs: Tyrieshia Douglas, Baltimore, Md., dec. Marina Ramirez, Las Vegas, Nev., 5-0

132 lbs: Vanessa Jackson, Columbus, Ohio stopped Caroline Barry, Fort Carson, Colo., RSCI-3

132 lbs: Bertha Aracil, Yonkers, N.Y. dec. Kymmberli Stowe, Red Lion, Pa., 5-0

132 lbs: Patricia Manuel, Long Beach, Calif., stopped Talanee Tillery, Capitol Heights, Md., RSC

132 lbs: N'yteeyah Sherman, Barberton, Ohio dec. Mikaela Mayer, Los Angeles, Calif., 4-1

132 lbs: Elizabeth Leddy, Portland, Maine dec. Ariel Beck, Helena, Mont., 4-1

132 lbs: Nakarri Jones, Tampa, Fla., won on walkover Amorena Baca, Denver, Colo.,W/O

132 lbs: Ishika Lay, Jacksonville Beach, Fla., dec. Alycia Baumgardner, Freemont, Ohio, 3-21

165 lbs: Dara Shen, Annandale, Va., won on walkover Allana Huggins, Fort Worth, Texas, W/O

165 lbs: Maria Dominguez, Wauchula, Fla., dec. Tacra Hughes, Cleveland, Ohio, 4-1

Male

132 lbs: Robert O'Quinn, Detroit, Mich., dec. William Flenoy, Cleveland, Ohio, 3-2

132 lbs: Moses Molina, Bridgeton, N.J. won on walkover over Steven Lawrence, Albemarle, N.C, W/O

132 lbs: Sonny Frederickson, Toledo, Ohio dec. Zachary Purdy, Indianapolis, Ind., 5-0

141 lbs: Steve Belmontes, Corpus Christi, Texas dec. Thomas Mattice, Cleveland, Ohio, 4-1

152 lbs: Samuel Vasquez, Colorado springs, Colo., won on walkover over Kirk Bills, Park Forest, Ill., W/O

152 lbs: Verbain Curry, Wellington, Fla., dec. Moshea Aleem, Richmond, Va., 16-12

152 lbs: Richard Gorham, Indianapolis, Ind., dec. Jose Aviles, Howell, N.J., 5-0

152 lbs: Leshawn Rodriguez, Shirley, N.Y. dec. Thomas Hill, Milwaukee, Wis., 5-0

152 lbs: Wesley Tucker, Toledo, Ohio dec. Nick Delomba, Cranston, R.I., 18-14

152 lbs: Sammie Millhouse, Bamberg, S.C., won on walkover Jesse Nares, Oxnard, Calif., W/O

165 lbs: Lamont Johnson, Raddock, Pa., dec. Russell Gaskins, Washington DC, 18-11

165 lbs: Obafemi Bakare, Staten Island, N.Y., dec. Joaquim Lebron, Columbus, Ohio, 27-6

165 lbs: Jermaine Howlett, Chicago, Ill., dec. Rick Graham, Detroit, Mich., 15-6

USA Boxing, as the national governing body for Olympic-style boxing, is the United States’ member organization of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) and a member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).

 
     
     
   
 
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