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2011 National Golden Gloves Preliminary Results

(COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – The 2011 National Golden Gloves Championships kicked off the 2011 edition of the event tonight at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over 50 bouts of competition opened the annual event with boxing taking place in the light flyweight, bantamweight, light welterweight, middleweight and heavyweight divisions.

Golden Gloves preliminary round action will continue on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Indiana Convention Center.

Monday’s Preliminary Results

108 lbs: Thomas Yang, Upper Midwest dec. Richard Johnson, Colo.-New Mexico

108 lbs: Leroy Davila, New Jersey stopped Marko Johnson, St. Louis, RSC, 3

108 lbs: Santos Vasquez, Nevada dec. Anthony Taylor, Mid South

123 lbs: Kiun Evans, Mid, South dec. Ernesto Garza, Michigan

123 lbs: Travon Smith, Toledo dec. Emilio Ruiz, Kansas City

123 lbs: Aaron Hollis, Cincinnati dec. Eduardo Martinez, Chicago

123 lbs: Jerrell Barbour, Nevada dec. Vidal Rivera, Pennsylvania

123 lbs: Antonio Nieves, Cleveland dec. Julien Wyant, Knoxville

123 lbs: Kendo Castaneda, Texas dec. Juan Enciso, Kansas, Oklahoma

123 lbs: Tyshawn Jones, New Jersey dec. Luis Feliciano, Wisconsin

123 lbs: Gary Antonio Russell, Washington DC dec. Brad Heroff, Upper Midwest

123 lbs: Ricky Rodriquez, Colo.-New Mex. dec. Juan Rijo, Buffalo

123 lbs: Jaime Estrada, New York Metro dec. Kyle Klus, Rocky Mountain

141 lbs: Cristino Ceballo, New York Metro dec. Josh Ross, Mid, South

141 lbs: Preston Freeman, St. Louis dec. Samuel Valentin, Florida

141 lbs: Samuel Teah, Pennsylvania dec. Alemeo Carter, Kansas City

141 lbs: Thomas Mattice, Cleveland dec. Presley Salas, Hawaii

141 lbs: Thomas Hill, Wisconsin dec. Steven Perry, Indiana

141 lbs: Michael Reed, Washington DC dec. Duran Caferro, Rocky Mountain

141 lbs: Zachariah Ramsey, New England dec. Willie Jones, Knoxville

141 lbs: Kevin Kruz, Iowa dec. John King, Tri, State

141 lbs: Javonn Barnes, Michigan dec. Jimmy Martinez, New Jersey

141 lbs: Amir Iman, Buffalo dec. Andy Vences, California

141 lbs: George Rincon, Texas dec. Dylan Henry, Omaha

141 lbs: Andre Keys, Nevada dec. Dervon Moore, Cincinnati

141 lbs: Manuel Lopez, Colo, New Mex dec. Erique Davis, Detroit

141 lbs: Robert Easter Jr., Toledo dec. DeLorien Caraway, Upper Midwest
165 lbs: Ivey Nixon IV, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Guillermo Maldonado, Nevada

165 lbs: Daquan Arnett, Florida dec. Jesse Cook, Kansas City

165 lbs: Peter Reyes, New York Metro dec. Deandre Ware, Toledo

165 lbs: Luis Arias, Wisconsin dec. Matt Breslin, Upper Midwest

165 lbs: Dale Davis, Cincinnati dec. Jarvis Williams, St. Louis

165 lbs: Terrell Gausha, Cleveland dec. Edgar Alarado, California

165 lbs: Paul Littleton, Chicago dec. Antone Pereira, Hawaii

165 lbs: Jesse Hart, Pennsylvania dec. Anthony Bailey, Colorado-New Mexico

165 lbs: Anthony Campbell, Mid South dec. Martin Schuh, Iowa

165 lbs: Kenton Sippio Cook, Texas dec. Dane Henry, Omaha

165 lbs: Lawrence King, Buffalo dec. Gerald Schifone, New England

165 lbs: Leandre White, Detroit dec. Germaine McKinney, Michigan

165 lbs: Antoine Douglas, Washington DC dec. Ethan Curry, Tri, State

165 lbs: Marcus Chapman, Indiana dec. John Magda, New Jersey

201 lbs: Joseph Williams, New York Metro dec. Josh Temple, St. Louis

201 lbs: Jake Sahlaney, Detroit dec. Andrew Tabiti, Nevada

201 lbs: Josh Hime, Pennsylvania stopped Oliver Rivera, Omaha, RSC-1

201 lbs: Terry Carter, Buffalo dec. Jason Bush, Cleveland

201 lbs: Charles Saunders, Iowa dec. Zakki Scott, Washington DC

201 lbs: Jonathan Thrasher, Knoxville dec. Shamarian Snider, Texas

201 lbs: James Shorter, Indiana dec. Michael Hilton, New Jersey

201 lbs: Michael Hunter, Colo, New Mex stopped Victor Gomez, Rocky Mountain, RSC-1

201 lbs: Bryan Daniels, New England dec. Danny Calhoun, Cincinnati

201 lbs: Vardan Khachatrian, California dec. Glen Sommers, Upper Midwest

* Please note that the geographical descriptors following the athlete names note the boxers’ Golden Gloves franchises rather than the hometowns.

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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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by -EX- on 04-26-2011

At 123 lbs I'd deff watch Gary Antonio Russell (believe he's related to Gary Allan Russell) and Tyshawn Jones...also Jaime Estrada he is young but he comes to fight and is real aggressive... 141 I think Amir Imam will win…

Comment by Frye on 04-26-2011

201 lbs, Josh Himes from PA maybe a sleeper. Good athlete/great kid with some pop. Just started boxing this year but has been very active while learning on the fly. Very raw! If his lack of experience don't catch up…

Comment by PhooLzRUs on 04-26-2011

anybody know who the better names are in this one? I don't follow amateur boxing all that much.

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