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USA Boxing’s Future Stars Open 2015 Competition at the 2015 Junior Open and Youth National Championships in Reno, Nevada
by Julie Goldsticker
January 6, 2015
     
   
   

(JAN 6) (RENO, NEVADA.) – For the third straight year, USA Boxing’s future stars are kicking off the domestic calendar in Reno, Nev. The 2015 USA Boxing Junior Open and Youth National Championships opened preliminary round competition on Monday at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nev., with a full day of boxing action. The 2015 event boasts the largest turnout in the tournament’s history with over 300 athletes vying for gold medals and a berth on USA Boxing’s junior and youth national teams.

The junior division athletes will compete in early session action throughout the week and the younger age division competed in 19 bouts on Monday. Two returning champions earned preliminary wins in the first session of the tournament at the Grand Sierra Resort. 2014 featherweight champion and outstanding boxer Diana Estrada (Hillsboro, Ore.) won a unanimous decision over Jeimy Flores (Houston, Texas) in her 2015 event opener. Fellow champion Keyshawn Davis (Norfolk, Va.) took a first round win on Monday as well. Davis defeated Jaycob Ramos (Dallas, Texas) in light bantamweight competition to advance in the tournament.

Two-time World Champion Shakur Stevenson (Newark, N.J.) stepped in to the ring for the first time since winning gold at the Youth Olympic Games on Monday night, but the 17-year-old showed no signs of ring rust in his bantamweight bout with Fabian Canales (Houston, Texas). Stevenson took a TKO victory in the second round to set up a showdown with fellow Junior World Championships medalist and two-time Junior open champion Daniel Gonzalez (Moreno Valley, Calif.) on Tuesday.

Two-time Junior Open champion Devin Haney (Las Vegas, Nev.) enjoyed his first win in the youth division, taking a 3-0 decision over Daiyaan Butt (Havertown, Pa.) in the lightweight division.

In flyweight action, 2014 champion Nicholas Sullivan (Norfolk, Va.) won a unanimous decision over Angel Moreno (Los Angeles, Calif.) to move on in tournament competition.

2015 Junior Open and Youth National Championships preliminary competition will continue on Tuesday with junior division bouts at noon and the youth division action at 5 p.m. For full tournament brackets, bout sheets and results, go to usaboxing.org.


Monday Results


Youth Division

108 lbs/male: Alejandro Dominguez, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Rasheen Brown, Philadelphia, Pa., 3-0

108 lbs/male: Kawelo Alcos, Waipahu, Hawaii, dec. Jessie Mandapat, Anaheim, Calif., 2-1

108 lbs/male: Dylan Price, Sicklerville, N.J., dec. Jordan Aguilar-Sanchez, Las Vegas, Nev., 2-1

108 lbs/male: Jefrey Thomas, Toledo, Ohio, dec. Jose Acosta, Houston, Texas, 3-0

108 lbs/male: Geovany Santiago, Los Angeles, Calif., dec. Ulises Aguilar, Houston, Texas, 3-0

108 lbs/male: Nicholas Sullivan, Norfolk, Va., dec. Angel Moreno, Los Angeles, Calif., 3-0

114 lbs/male: Shon Mondragon, Commerce City, Colo., dec. Pete Tavares, Gilroy, Calif., 3-0

114 lbs/male: Derek Ochoa, Sanger, Calif., dec. Angel Ruiz, Yonkers, N.Y., 2-0

114 lbs/male: Fernando Martinez, Phoenix, Ariz., dec. Timothy Longoria, Palacios, Texas, 2-1

114 lbs/male: Aaron Perez, Albuquerque, N.M., dec. Mathias Radcliffe, Reseda, Calif., 3-2

114 lbs/male: Jonathan Zavala, Greeley, Colo., dec. Jordan White, Landover, Md., 2-1

123 lbs/male: Max Ornelas, Las Vegas, Nev., stopped Edgar Osorio, Beaverton, Ore., TKO-3

123 lbs/male: Ruben Villa, Salinas, Calif., dec. Logan Yoon, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2-1

123 lbs/male: Adan Ochoa, Downey, Calif., dec. Jordan Pace, Irving, Texas, 3-0

123 lbs/male: Duke Ragan, Cincinnati, Ohio dec. Jose Montoya, Henderson, Nev., 3-0

123 lbs/male: Shakur Stevenson, Newark, N.J., won on TKO over Fabian Canales, Houston, Texas, TKO-2

123 lbs/male: Victor Morales, Vancouver, Ore., dec. Gabriel Quijada, Phoenix, Ariz., 3-0

123 lbs/male: Luis Melendez Escobar, Miami, Fla., dec. Desmond Lyons, Augusta, Ga., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Carlos Nava, Pasadena, Calif., dec. Adolfo Alanis, Edinburg, Texas, 2-1

132 lbs/male: Gabriel Chairez, Salt Lake City, Utah, dec. Jose Tirado, Roxbury, Mass., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Andres Cortes, Henderson, Nev., dec. Daniel Silva Ayala, 3-0

132 lbs/male: Teofimo Lopez, Davie, Fla., dec. Reshat Mati, Staten Island, N.Y., 2-1

132 lbs/male: Kelvin Garcia, Bethlehem, Pa., dec. Jacob Ponce, Phoenix, Ariz., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Alfredo Escarcega, Avondale, Ariz., dec. Freudis Rojas, Fallon, Nev., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Devin Haney, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Daiyaan Butt, Havertown, Pa., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Alejandro Guerrero, Irving, Texas dec. Gerardo Navar, Jr., San Antonio, Texas, 3-0

132 lbs/male: Ryan Garcia, Adelanto, Calif., dec. Vergil Ortiz, Grand Prairie, Texas, 2-1

132 lbs/male: Antonio Williams, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., dec. Alejandro Campa, Phoenix, Ariz., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Victor Santiago, Los Angeles, Calif., dec. Pedro Cruz, Adelanto, Calif., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Michael Dutchover, Midland, Texas dec. Evan Sanchez, Parlier, Calif., 3-0

132 lbs/male: Desmond Lucas, Bronx, N.Y., dec. Keeshawn Williams, Washington DC, 3-0

141 lbs/male: Isaac Lujan, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Alexis Martinez, Dallas, Texas, 2-1

141 lbs/male: Eben Vargas, Mesa, Ariz, dec. Jonathan Rodriguez, McKinney, Texas, 3-0

141 lbs/male: Humberto Guillen, Reno, Nev., dec. Steven Galeano, Bronx, N.Y., 2-1

141 lbs/male: Julio Herrera, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Charlie Sheehy, Brisbane, Calif., 2-1

141 lbs/male: Jonathan Jarabek, Brighton, Colo., dec. Braulio Meraz, Milwaukee, Wis., 3-0

141 lbs/male: Xavier Martinez, Sacramento, Calif., dec. Aaron Lopez, Commerce City, Colo., 3-0

141 lbs/male: Noel Temores, Gilroy, Calif., dec. Diego Elizondo, Carson City, Nev., 3-0

152 lbs/male: Saleem Kelly Red Bank, N.J., dec. Kevin Torres, Bellingham, Wash., 3-0

152 lbs/male: Ferdinand Kerobyan, N. Hollywood, Calif., won on TKO over Rumhan Stapleton, Lancaster, N.H., TKO



Junior Division


106 lbs/male: Robert Rodriguez, San Antonio, Texas dec. Javier Arellano, Dallas, Texas, 3-0
106 lbs/male: Gage Mendoza, Denver, Colo., dec. Elijah Morales, Kissimmee, Fla., 2-1
106 lbs/male: Adrian Benton, Cincinnati, Ohio dec. Jorge Ramos, Jr., 3-0
106 lbs/male: Angel Martinez, Rockford, Ill., dec. Derry Noble, Vacaville, Calif., 2-1
114 lbs/male: Keyshawn Davis, Norfolk, Va., dec. Jaycob Ramos, Dallas, Texas, 3-0
114 lbs/male: Anthony Reyes, Coachella, Calif., dec. Emanuel Contreras, San Diego, Calif., 3-0
114 lbs/male: Rogelio Ortega, Pasadena, Texas dec. Treston Domingo, Aiea, Hawaii, 3-0
114 lbs/male: Angel Alejandro, Grand Prairie, Texas dec. Aaron Rivera, Manor, Texas, 3-0
114 lbs/male: Ronnell Johnson, Westerville, Ohio dec. David Marfil, Sun Valley, Texas, 3-0
119 lbs/male: Rodolfo Silva, Galena Park, Texas dec. Destyn Hopkins, Grand Island, N.Y., 2-1
125 lbs/male: Joseph Adorno, Allentown, Pa. won on TKO over Frank Prado, Hampton, Va., TKO-1
125 lbs/male: Rommel Caballero, Coachella, Calif., dec. Brandon Huesias, Commerce, Calif., 3-0
125 lbs/male: Gabriel Flores, Stockton, Calif., dec. Nathan Gonzales, Palmdale, Calif., 3-0
125 lbs/male: Ameer Brown, Upper Marlboro, Md., Allen Medina, Fresno, Calif., 3-0
125 lbs/female: Diana Estrada, Hillsboro, Ore., dec. Jeimy Flores, Houston, Texas, 3-0
125 lbs/female: Zhane Crockett, Toledo, Ohio, dec. Destiny Jasso, Dallas, Texas, 3-0
132 lbs/male: Branden Pizarro, Philadelphia, Pa., won on TKO over Alex Hughitt, Beaverton, Ore., TKO-2
132 lbs/male: Harley Maderos, New York, N.Y., dec. Cristian Roman, Mercedes, Texas, 2-1
132 lbs/male: Eric Puente, Carlsbad, Calif., dec. Wesley Diana, Las Vegas, Nev., 2-1

 

 
     
     
   
 
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