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2010 National Golden Gloves Quarterfinal Results, Notes

(LITTLE ROCK, ARK.) – Quarterfinal competition in all ten weight division was contested on Thursday evening at the 2010 National Golden Gloves in Little Rock, Ark. Forty boxers earned hard-fought victories to advance on to the semifinal round of the tournament, which is taking place at the Statehouse Convention Center.

Thursday, May 6 – Quarterfinal Results

108 lbs:
Louie Byrd, Denver, Colo. – Colorado-New Mexico dec. Kabir Rodriguez, Miami, Fla. – Florida, 5-0
Santos Vasquez, Sun Valley, Nev. – Nevada dec. Erros Correa, San Jose, Calif. – California, 5-0
Oscar Mojica, Dallas, Texas – Texas dec. Donald Smith, Philadelphia, Pa. – Pennsylvania, 3-2
Carlos Suarez, Toledo dec. Ricky Lacefield, Lincoln, Neb. – Omaha, 3-2

114 lbs:
Hector Colon, Orlando, Fla. – Florida dec. Adan Ortiz, Sterling, Ill. – Chicago, 5-0
Rau’shee Warren, Cincinnati, Ohio – Cincinnati dec. Oscar Cantu, Kingsville, Texas – Texas, 5-0
Gary Antonio Russell, Capitol Heights, Md. – Washington DC dec. Aurel Love, Cleveland, Ohio – Cleveland, 5-0
Leroy Davila, New Jersey dec. Oscar Vasquez, Sun Valley, Nev. – Nevada, 4-1

123 lbs:
Ernesto Garza, Saginaw, Mich. – Michigan dec. Edgar Javalera, Kansas City, Kansas – Kansas City, 5-0
Victor Pasillas, E. Los Angeles,  Calif. – California dec. Jermain House, Milwaukee, Wis.  – Wisconsin, 5-0
James Smith – Detroit dec. Paul Romero – Nevada, 4-1
Toka Kahn-Clary, Providence, R.I. – New England dec. Ruben Swain, Toledo, Ohio – Toledo, 3-2

132 lbs:
Damon Allen, Philadelphia, Pa. – Pennsylvania dec. Yahman Phelps, Cincinnati, Ohio – Cincinnati, 5-0
Duran Caferro, Helena, Mont. – Rocky Mountain dec. Eric Altamirano, Concord, Calif. – California, 5-0
Raeese Aleem, Muskegon, Mich. – Michigan dec. Derrick Murray, St. Louis, Mo. – St. Louis, 5-0
Erick DeLeon, Lincoln Park, Mich. – Detroit dec. Tommy Logan, Winter Haven, Fla. – Florida, 5-0

141 lbs:
Robert Easter, Jr., Toledo, Ohio – Toledo dec. Deondrae Malvin, N. Little Rock, Ark. – Mid-south, 5-0
Mohamed Adam, Dearborn, Mich. – Detroit dec. Ed Brown, Chicago, Ill. – Chicago, 3-2
Gary Allen Russell III, Capitol Heights, Md. – Washington DC dec. Abel Ramos, Eloy, Ariz. – Nevada, 5-0
Joshua Conley, San Bernadino, Calif. – California dec. David Craddock, Jr. – Tri-state, 5-0

152 lbs:
Leandre White, Detroit, Mich. – Detroit dec. Nicholas Delomba, Cranston, R.I. – New England, 3-2
Javonn Barnes, Muskegon, Mich. – Michigan dec. Anthony Campbell, Covington, Tenn. – Mid-south, 4-1
David Grayton, Washington D.C. – Washington DC dec. Louis Olivares, Glendale, Ariz. – Nevada, 4-1
Errol Spence, Desoto, Texas – Texas stopped Frank Gedeon, Rivera Beach, Fla. – Florida, RSC-2

165 lbs:
Ronald Ellis, Lynn, Mass. – New England dec. Chad Trahan, Lafayette, La. – Mid-south, 3-2
Terrell Gausha, Cleveland, Ohio – Cleveland dec. Luis Arias, Milwaukee, Wis. – Wisconsin, 3-2
D’Mitrius Ballard, Temple Hills, Md. – Washington DC dec. Wilmont Wood, Rochester, N.Y. – Buffalo, 4-1
Antone Pereira, Hawaii dec. Julius Butler, St. Louis, Mo. – St. Louis, 4-1

178 lbs:
Khalib Whitmore, Pennsylvania dec. Paul Parker, Toledo, Ohio – Toledo, 4-1
Craig Duncan, Apopka, Fla. - Florida dec. Bo Gibbs, Wetumka, Okla. – Kansas –Oklahoma, 4-1
Robert Brant, Oakdale, Minn. – Upper Midwest dec. Armando Pena – Chicago, 5-0

Marcus Browne, New York, N.Y. – New York Metro dec. Olijuwan Jones, Kansas City, Mo. – Kansas City, 5-0


201 lbs:
Jordan Shimmell, Hudsonville, Mich. – Michigan dec. James Shorter – Toledo, 5-0
Andrew Tabiti, Las Vegas, Nev. – Nevada dec. Joseph Williams – New York Metro, 4-1
Robert Jekabson – Chicago dec. Richard Odum, Indianapolis, Ind. – Indiana, 5-0
Steve Geffrard, Boca Raton, Fla. – Florida dec. Joshua Temple, St. Louis, Mo. – St. Louis, 5-0

201+ lbs:

Lenroy Thompson, Lenexa, Kansas – Kansas City stopped Joshua Butler, Sanford, Fla. – Florida, RSC-3

Craig Lewis, Detroit, Mich. – Detroit dec. Julian Pollard, Brockton, Mass. – New England, 5-0
Dustin Enriquez, Playa Rivera, Calif. – California dec. Jerry Forest, Newport News, Va. – Washington DC, 3-2
Roberto Morban, Bronx, N.Y. – New York Metro dec. Mark Rideout, Philadelphia, Pa. – Pennsylvania, 3-2

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