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More than Thirty Young Boxers Take Gold Medals at the First-ever USA Boxing Prep National Championships
by Julie Goldsticker
June 12, 2015

(CHARLESTON, W. VA.) – Thirty-two young boxers closed their run in the first-ever Prep National Championships with gold medal victories on Friday afternoon in Charleston, W. Va. While the youngest champions boxed in final round competition, top athletes in the junior age group faced off in semifinal round action.

Two Junior World Champions made their first appearance of the 2015 Junior Olympic National Championships on Friday, boxing in semifinal round competition. Both light flyweight Heaven Garcia (El Monte, Calif.) and Lupe Gutierrez (Sacramento, Calif.) picked up where they left off at the World Championships in Taiwan, taking convincing victories.

The junior men's division boasted several action-packed bouts in the day's early action. Featherweight Joseph Adorno (Philadelphia, Pa.) and lightweight Harley Maderos (Brooklyn, N.Y.) advanced to Saturday's final round with back-to-back victories in the center ring at the Charleston Civic Center. Junior Open champion Brandun Lee (Coachella, Calif.) moved on to final round competition in short order, taking a TKO win in the first round of his welterweight bout. Heavyweight Richard Torrez (Tulare, Calif.) defeated fellow California native Roland Lemus (Los Angeles, Calif.) in their match-up to move on to a championship round match-up with Kashaun Davis (Pearl, Miss.).

Five peewee and bantamweight division athletes received Outstanding Boxer awards in their respective divisions at the close of Friday's action. Mason Vela (Laredo, Texas), Jesus Martinez (San Antonio, Texas), Isabell Vasquez (Orlando, Fla.), Randi Griffith (Gouvernour, N.Y.) and Tyshawn Denson (Akron, Ohio) all received won top boxer honors.

Twenty-one bouts of final round action will close the event on Saturday at the Charleston Civic Center with 20 contests taking place in the junior division and one match in the intermediate age group.  Saturday's championship round competition will begin at noon and tickets are available at the door for only $10.

USA Boxing’s Junior Olympic program is a critical developmental pipeline for the organization and has consistently produced future Olympians and professional world champions. The last two Olympic gold medalists from the United States, Claressa Shields and Andre Ward both took part in the event before going on to Olympic glory. 

Friday's Results Championships

Peewee/9-10/60 lbs: Ranulfo Bocanegra, San Antonio, Texas dec. Juan Rivera V, Philadelphia, Pa., 2-1

Peewee/9-10/75 lbs: Kenneth Morales, Springfield, Mass., dec. Malachi Davis, Albany, N.Y., 2-1

Peewee/9-10/65 lbs: Jesus Martinez, San Antonio, Texas dec. Richard Dodson, Capitol Heights, Md., 3-0

Peewee/9-10/70 lbs: Michael Crockett, Toledo, Ohio dec. Andre Dodson, Jr., Cleveland, Ohio, 2-1

Bantam/65 lbs: Yahir Calderon, Kansas City, Kansas dec. Richard Fernandez, San Antonio, Texas, 2-1

Bantam/70 lbs: Preston Tiffany, Ogden, Utah dec. Randy Canaday, Jr., St. Louis, Mo., 2-1

Bantam/75 lbs: Tyshawn Denson, Akron, Ohio, dec.  Tyrek Williams, Capitol Heights, Md., 2-1

Bantam/80 lbs: Quincey Williams, Washington DC dec. Angel Rivera, Orlando, Fla., 3-0

Bantam/85 lbs: Emilio Garcia, Laredo, Texas dec. LaQwan Scott, Crowley, La., 2-1

Bantam/90 lbs: Jonathan Lopez, Orlando, Fla., dec. Joel Irriarte, Bakersfield, Calif., 2-1

Bantam/95 lbs: Jalil Hackett, Washington DC dec. Treyvean Beard, Baton Rouge, La., 3-0

Bantam/101 lbs: Trinidad Vargas, Grand Prairie, Texas dec. Jayson Johnson, Detroit, Mich., 2-1

Intermediate/75 lbs: Raghaleak Bartee, Washington DC dec. Jose Luis Sauceda, Corpus Christi, Texas, 2-1

Intermediate/80 lbs: Jesus Gallegos, Elsa, Texas dec. Eli Lankford, Jonesboro, Ga., 3-0

Intermediate/85 lbs: Jamie Jasso, Laredo, Texas dec. Da'Navion Neal, Toledo, OHio, 2-1

Intermediate/90 lbs: Oliver Badillo, Mesquite, Texas dec. Jesus Flores, 2-1

Intermediate/95 lbs/female: Roxonie Verduco, Sylmar, Calif., won on TKO over Lakandra Watson, Lubbock, Texas, TKO-2

Intermediate/95 lbs: Garrett Rice, Flint, Mich., dec. Jabin Cholet, San Diego, Calif., 3-0

Intermediate/101 lbs: Jeremy Adorno, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. Kevan Bonilla, Bridgeport, Conn, 2-1

Intermediate/101 lbs: Jolene Bottini, Los Lunas, N.M., dec. Angela Murillo, Riverside, Calif., 2-1

Intermediate/101 lbs: Anthony Valdovinos, Hanford, Calif., dec. Jerimiah Perales, Omaha, Neb., 3-0

Intermediate/106 lbs: Xavien Ramirez, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. Joseph Landeros, Riverside, Calif., 2-1

Intermediate/110 lbs: Antonio Perez, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. Elijah Rios, Ridgewood, N.Y., 2-1

Intermediate/114 lbs: Damien Basulto, Maywood, Calif., dec. Michael Garcia, Florida, 3-0

Intermediate/119 lbs: Joreckson Galiza, Waianae, Hawaii dec. Luis Ybarra, Jr., 2-1

Intermediate/125 lbs: Pedro Parilla, Manhattan, N.Y., dec. Lorenzo Soto, Sacramento, Calif., 2-1

Intermediate/132 lbs: Kevon Brown, Dyersburg, Tenn., dec. John Montalvo, Omaha, Neb., 3-0

Intermediate/138 lbs: John Medina, Lubbock, Texas dec. Ivan Romero, Yonkers, N.Y., 2-1

Intermediate/145 lbs: Jahosh Allen, Lima, Ohio dec. Pier Gauge, Greenville, S.C., 3-0

Intermediate/154 lbs: Aldan Espinoza, Parkville, Mo., dec. Leon Peters, Keshena, Wis., 3-0

Intermediate/165 lbs: Marco Cruz, Hoffman Estates, Ill., dec. Drewaundre Chatmon, Indianapolis, Ind., 3-0

Intermediate/176 lbs: Matthew Rodriguez, Saginaw, Mich., dec. Anthony Nieves, Bridgeport, Conn., 2-1


Junior/101 lbs/male: Jesse Rodriguez, San Antonio, Texas dec. Julian Newell, Oswego, Ill,. 3-0

Junior/101 lbs/male: Japthethlee Llamido, Norwalk, Calif., dec. Mario Roman, St. Cloud, Fla., 2-1

Junior/106 lbs/male: Santos Ortega, Coachella, Calif., dec. Abraham Perez, Albuquerque, N.M., 3-0

Junior/106 lbs/male: Angel Martinez, Rockford, Ill., dec. Alex De Luna, Bakersfield, Calif., 2-1

Junior/106 lbs/female: Heaven Garcia, S. El Monte, Calif., won on TKO over Lexie Tirado, Racine, Wis., TKO-2

Junior/106 lbs/female: Amy Salinas, Mesquite, N.M., dec. Vidalia Dickens, Crossville, Tenn., 3-0

Junior/110 lbs/male: Jonathan Rodriguez, Albany, N.Y., dec. Joseph Bargeman, Lafayette, La., 2-1

Junior/110 lbs/male: Angel Cordon, Martinez, Calif., dec. Rey Diaz, Las Vegas, Nev., 3-0

Junior/114 lbs/female: Romali Martinez, Houston, Texas dec. Amber Ramos, San Antonio, Texas, 3-0

Junior/114 lbs/female: Kaitlyn Pruitt, Clarksville, Ark., dec. Alicia Martinez, Phoenix, Ariz., 3-0

Junior/114 lbs/male: Anthony Reyes, Coachella, Calif., dec. Earleonta Evans, Lagrange, Ga., 2-1

Junior/114 lbs/male: Otha Jones III, Toledo, Ohio dec. Armando Chavez, Phoenix, Ariz., 3-0

Junior/119 lbs/male: Christopher Zavala, Bellflower, Calif., dec. Keshawn Davis, Norfolk, Calif., 3-0

Junior/119 lbs/male: Marc Castro, Fresno, Calif., dec. Dominqiue Frances, Opa-Locha, Fla., 3-0

Junior/125 lbs/male: Joseph Adorno, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. Gabriel Flores, Stockton, Calif., 3-0

Junior/125 lbs/male: Nathan Gonzales, Palmdale, Calif., dec. Anthony Garnica, Oakland, Calif., 2-1

Junior/125 lbs/female: Dianna Estrada, Hillsboro, Ore., dec. Jasmine Hernandez, National City, Calif., 3-0

Junior/132 lbs/female: Andrea Medina, Chula Vista, Calif., won on disqualification over Shardonay Billingsley, Cincinnati, Ohio, DQ-3

Junior/132 lbs/female: Lupe Gutierrez, Sacramento, Calif., dec. Destiny Jasso, Dallas, Texas, 3-0

Junior/132 lbs/male: Harley Mederos, New York, N.Y., dec. Branden Pizarro, Philadelphia, Pa., 3-0

Junior/132 lbs/male: David Kaminsky, Tarzana, Calif., dec. De'Sean Minor, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2-1

Junior/138 lbs/male: Andres Borrego, Arvada, Colo., dec. Nathaniel Rodriguez, Elgin, Ill., 3-0

Junior/138 lbs/male: Leon Lawson, Flint, Mich., dec. Ty Tomlin, Chapmansboro, Tenn., 3-0

Junior/145 lbs/male: Brandun Lee, Coachella, Calif., dec. Manuel Tarrango, Dade City, Fla., TKO-1 (:48)

Junior/145 lbs/male: Alejandro Wagner, Lincoln Park, Mich., dec. Christian Torres, Denver, Colo., 3-0

Junior/154 lbs/male: Joey Spencer, Linden, Mich., dec. Issac Ingram, Palatka, Fla., 2-1

Junior/154 lbs/male: Nicholas Gomes, Providence, R.I., dec. Erick Gainous, Denver, Colo., 3-0

Junior/165 lbs/male: Christopher Sanchez, San Antonio, Texas dec. Lavan Johnson, Detroit, Mich., 3-0

Junior/165 lbs/male: Muadh-Abdus Salaam, Irvington, N.J., dec. Joseph O'Donnell, Knoxville, Tenn., 2-1

Junior/176 lbs/male: Najee Lopez, Lithonia, Ga., dec. David Stevens, Philadelphia, Pa., 2-1

Junior/176 lbs/male: Daniel Gates, Dyersburg, Tenn., dec. Cristian Robles, Houston, Texas, 3-0

Junior/176+ lbs/male: Richard Torrez, Tulare, Calif., dec. Roland Lemus, Los Angeles, Calif., 3-0

Junior/176+ lbs/male: Kashaun Davis, Pearl, Miss., dec. Jared Anderson, Toledo, Ohio, 3-0


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