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2013 National Golden Gloves in Salt Lake City - Day 5

(SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH) – 2013 National Golden Gloves Championships action moved into the semifinal round on Friday at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Twenty semifinal bouts were contested with all of the winners moving on to Saturday’s final round action.

The full semifinal round results are below:

Friday’s Semifinal Results

108 lbs

Tyrone Arzeno, Pennsylvania dec. Damian Charles, Mid-South

Nico Hernandez, Kansas-Oklhaoma dec. Pablo Ramirez, Texas

114 lbs

Cristian Williams, Chicago dec. Javier Padilla, California

Stephen Fulton Jr., Pennsylvania dec. Hector Tanajara, Texas

123 lbs

Ja’Rico O’Quinn, Detroit dec. Francisco Martinez, Texas

Gary Antonio Russell, Washington DC dec. Misael Reyes, Kansas City

132 lbs

Lamont Roach Jr., Washington DC dec. Cresencio Ramos, Texas

Maliek Montgomery, Knoxville dec. Dennis Galarza, Florida

141 lbs

Julian Rodriguez, New Jersey dec. George Rincon, Texas

Eddie Ramirez, Chicago dec. Nicholas Torrance, Knoxville

152 lbs

Erickson Lubin, Florida dec. Kareem Martin, Washington DC

Ardreal Holmes Jr., Michigan dec. Tony Losey, Kansas-Oklahoma

165 lbs

Marquis Moore, Colorado-N. Mexico dec. Deandre Ware Jr., Toledo

Kyrone Davis, Pennsylvania dec. Martin Schuh, Iowa

178 lbs

Steven Nelson, Colorado-New Mexico dec. John Phillips, Hawaii

Randy Foster, Knoxville dec. Anthony Campbell, Mid-South

201 lbs

Earl Newman, New York Metro dec. Demarkus Minter, Cleveland

Joshua Temple, St. Louis stopped Darnell Price II, Washington DC, RSC-1

201+ lbs

Jermaine Franklin, Michigan dec. Kent Brinson, Texas

Cam F. Awesome, Kansas City dec. Stephen Shaw, St. Louis

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