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U.S. Olympic Team Last Chance Qualifier Day 3 Results

(COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – After a full day of boxing on Tuesday, 50 bouts of action were contested on Wednesday at the Last Chance Qualifier in Cincinnati, Ohio. All 10 weight divisions boxed in Wednesday’s competition with seven weight classes competing in quarterfinal action and the light welterweight, welterweight and middleweight divisions all completing third round competition.

The flyweight division stepped through the ropes for the first time in the afternoon session with two quarterfinal contests. Shawn Simpson (Chicago, Ill.) kicked off the session with a strong performance in his quarterfinal bout with Gino Padilla (Las Vegas, Nev.). Simpson won a 24-10 decision over Padilla to move on to the semifinals.

2009 Lightweight National Champion Duran Caferro (Helena, Mont.) won his second bout of the tournament in Wednesday afternoon’s competition. Caferro pulled out a 15-12 decision over Ronnie Maurel Austion (Detroit, Mich.) to advance to the quarterfinal round in the packed light welterweight division.

In heavyweight action, 2010 Youth Olympic Games competitor Joshua Temple (St. Louis, Mo.) claimed a quarterfinal victory in a closely-contested bout with Michael Hilton (Trenton, N.J.). Temple won a 24-19 decision to earn a berth in the semifinals with Robert Jekabson (Chicago, Ill.)

The light flyweights made their event debut with four bouts in the evening session and Erros Correa (San Jose, Calif.) enjoyed a strong early day, winning a 33-9 decision over Kalen Sunller (Atlanta, Ga.) to advance to Thursday’s semifinals.

2009 Light Heavyweight National Champion Robert Brant (Oakdale, Minn.) moved on to the semifinals with his quarterfinal win on Wednesday night. Brant won a 28-16 decision over Linden Thomas (Columbus, Ga.) to move on to a semifinal showdown with fellow former National Golden Gloves champion Derae Crane (Fort Carson, Colo.) on Thursday.

The night ended with fireworks in the super heavyweight division as 2010 USA Boxing National Championships silver medalist Danny Kelly (Washington DC) faced off with hometown boxer Shawn Seymore (Cincinnati, Ohio). The action packed bout brought the crowd to the feet as Seymore pulled off the upset, winning a 28-20 decision to move on to the semifinals.

Last Chance Qualifier action will move to one session on Thursday with boxing beginning at 6 p.m. at the Taft Masonic Center. 

Wednesday Results

108 lbs: Daniel Ybarra, Texas dec. Leopoldo Martinez, III, Laredo, Texas, 24-20

108 lbs: Stephen Fulton, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa., dec. Rondarrius Hunter, Atlanta, Ga., 18-9
108 lbs: Lawrence Singh, Riverdale, Md., stopped Jeremy Morales, Norfolk, Va., RSC-1

108 lbs: Erros Correa, San Jose, Calif, dec. Kalen Sunller, Atlanta, Ga., 33-0 

114 lbs: Shawn Simpson, Chicago, Ill., dec. Gino Padilla, Las Vegas, Nev., 24-10

114 lbs: Ernesto Degadillo, Dallas, Texas dec. Juan Roman, Brooklyn, N.Y., 3-2 (paper scoring)

123 lbs: Edwin Sandoval, Bakersfield, Calif., dec. Demetrius Johnson, Mo., 25-18

123 lbs: Isaac Torres, Mission, Texas dec. Patrick Harris, Capitol Heights, Md., 20-17

123 lbs: Joe Perez, Fountain, Colo., dec. Tyshawn Jones, Newark, N.J., 25-17

123 lbs: Carlos Chavez, Hollywood, Calif., dec. Michael Stoute, Coram, N.Y., 44-21

132 lbs: Raynell Williams, Cleveland, Ohio dec. Raeese Aleem, Muskegon, Mich., 46-36

132 lbs: Kevin Rivers, Jr., Landover, Md., dec. Ryan Martin, Chattanooga, Tenn., 21-8

132 lbs: Glenn Dezurn, Baltimore, Md., dec. Albert Bell, Toledo, Ohio, 15-8

132 lbs: Lavias Williams, Rochester, N.Y., dec. Adam Fiel, Vacaville, Calif., 49-28
141 lbs: Manuel Lopez, Aurora, Colo., dec. Tevin Alieu, Providence, R.I., 31-16

141 lbs: Domonique James, Brooklyn, N.Y., won on walkover

141 lbs: Javonn Barnes, Muskegon, Mich., dec. James Barber, Oklahoma, RSC-2 (1:28)

141 lbs: Ryan Karl, Milano, Texas dec. Michael Montgomery, Jr., Macon, Ga., 43-31

141 lbs: Duran Caferro, Helena, Mont., dec. Ronnie-Maurel Austion, Michigan, 15-12

141 lbs: Robert Easter, Jr., Toledo, Ohio dec. Glenford Nickey, Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y., 18-10

141 lbs: Donald Griffin, Pine Bluff, Ark., dec. Andy Vences, San Jose, Calif., 32-32
141 lbs: Aceson Leseure, Corpus Christi, Texas, dec. Shannon McCray, Missouri, 31-20

152 lbs: Tony Losey, Wichita, Kansas dec. Sammie Millhouse, South Carolina, 15-6

152 lbs: David Grayton, Washington DC dec. Shakor Jackson, Newark, N.J., 14-10

152 lbs: Amir Imam, Albany, N.Y., dec. Jeremy Fiorentino, New York, 24-19

152 lbs: Moshea Aleem, Richmond, Va., dec. Apollo Sample, Dallas, Texas, 15-5

152 lbs: David Thomas, Houston, Texas dec. Shaquel Jackson, Dallas, Texas, 32-16

152 lbs: Patrick Day, Freeport, N.Y., dec. Steven Hanao-Escobar, Bayonne, N.J., 37-21

152 lbs: William Williams, Conyers, Ga., dec. Thomas Miller, Huntington, W. Va., 24-8
152 lbs: Anthony Gangemi, Minehill, N.J., dec. Daniel Gonzales, Queens, N.Y., 19-12

165 lbs: Immanuwel Aleem, Richmond, Va., dec. Robert Serna, Beeville, Texas, 49-28

165 lbs: Kenton Sippio-Cook, Round Rock, Texas dec. Izaak Cardona, Colorado Springs, Colo., 20-17

165 lbs: Demond Nicholson, Laurel, Md., dec. Russell Lamour, Jr., Portland, Maine, 18-16

165 lbs: I.V. Anderson, Dallas, Texas dec. Quatavious Cash, Atlanta, Ga., 29-22
165 lbs: Luis Arias, Milwaukee, Wis., dec. Jamal Robinson, Cleveland, Ohio, 35-21
165 lbs: Akil Frederick-Auguste, Brooklyn, N.Y., dec. DeAndre Ware, Toledo, Ohio, 18-17
165 lbs: Jeff Camp, Dayton, Ohio dec. Jarvis Williams, St. Louis, Mo., 16-14
165 lbs: Kenneth McNeil, Birmingham, Ala., dec. Kevin Newman, Jr., Las Vegas, Nev., 19-13
178 lbs: Malcolm Jones, Indianapolis, Ind., dec. Charles Howard, Cincinnati, Ohio, 31-17
178 lbs: DeRae Crane, Fort Carson, Colo., dec. Raymond Lucies II, Lafayette, La., 27-11
178 lbs: Shaborn Ryals, Capitol Heights, Md., dec. David McGordon, Indianapolis, Ind., 20-7
178 lbs: Robert Brant, Oakdale, Minn., dec. Linden Thomas, Columbus, Ga., 28-16
201 lbs: Bryan Daniels, Boylston, Mass., dec. Josh Himes, Monaca, Pa., 18-14

201 lbs: Robert Jekabson, Chicago, Ill., dec. Zachary Bunce, Las Vegas, Nev., 39-25

201 lbs: Christopher Campa, Ypsilanti, Mich., stopped Willie Jake, Jr., Indianapolis, Ind., RSC-2

201 lbs: Joshua Temple, St. Louis, Mo., dec. Michael Hilton, Trenton, N.J., 25-19
201+ lbs: Javonta Charles, Memphis, Tenn., dec. Roberto Morban, Bronx, N.Y., 5-5 (37-33)

201+ lbs: Shawn Seymore, Cincinnati, Ohio dec. Danny Kelly, Washington DC, 28-20

201+ lbs: Trevor Bryan, Jr., Albany, N.Y., dec. Hasim Rahman, Jr., Las Vegas, Nev., 26-20

201+ lbs: Brett Rather, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Edward Patimore, Pittsburgh, Pa., 38-33

Thursday Bout Sheets

108 lbs: Stephen Fulton, Jr. Philadelphia, Pa. vs. Daniel Ybarra, Texas
108 lbs: Erros Correa, San Jose, Calif. vs. Lawrence Singh, Riverdale, Md.
114 lbs: Rogelio Garcia III, Edinburg, Texas vs. Shawn Simpson, Chicago, Ill.
114 lbs: Ernesto Degadillo, Dallas, Texas vs. Carlos Suarez, Lima, Ohio
123 lbs: Edwin Sandoval, Bakersfield, Calif. vs. Isaac Torres, Mission, Texas
123 lbs: Carlos Chavez, Hollywood, Calif. vs. Joe Perez, Fountain, Colo.
132 lbs: Raynell Williams, Cleveland, Ohio vs. Glenn Dezurn, Baltimore, Md.
132 lbs: Lavias Williams, Rochester, N.Y. vs. Kevin Rivers, Jr.
141 lbs: Ryan Karl, Milano, Texas vs. Manuel Lopez, Aurora, Colo.
141 lbs: Duran Caferro, Helena, Mont., vs. Domonique James, Brooklyn, N.Y.
141 lbs: Donald Griffin, Pine Bluffs, Ark. vs. Javonn Barnes, Muskegon, Mich.
141 lbs: Aceson Leseure, Corpus Christi, Texas vs. Robert Easter, Jr., Toledo, Ohio
152 lbs: David Thomas, Houston, Texas vs. Tony Losey, Wichita, Kansas
152 lbs: Patrick Day, Freeport, N.Y. vs. David Grayton, Washington DC
152 lbs: William Williams, Conyers, Ga. vs. Amir Imam, Albany, N.Y.
152 lbs: Anthony Gangemi, Minehill, N.J. vs. Moshea Aleem, Richmond, Va. 
165 lbs: Immanuwel Aleem, Richmond, Va., vs. Kenton Sippio-Cook, Round Rock, Texas
165 lbs: Kenneth McNeil, Birmingham, Ala., vs. Demond Nicholson, Laurel, Md.
165 lbs: Luis Arias, Milwaukee, Wis. Vs. I.V. Anderson, Dallas, Texas
165 lbs: Akil Frederick-Auguste, Brooklyn, N.Y., vs. Jeff Camp, Dayton, Ohio
178 lbs: Shaborn Ryals, Capitol Heights, Md., vs. Malcolm Jones, Indianapolis, Ind.
178 lbs: Robert Brant, Oakdale, Minn. Vs. Derae Crane, Fort Carson, Colo.
201 lbs: Bryan Daniels, Boylston, Mass. Vs. Christopher Campa, Ypsilanti, Mich.
201 lbs: Robert Jekabson, Chicago, Ill., vs. Joshua Temple, St. Louis, Mo.
201+ lbs: Trevor Bryan, Jr., Albany, N.Y. vs. Javonta Charles, Memphis, Tenn.
201+ lbs: Shawn Seymore, Cincinnati, Ohio vs. Brett Rather, Las Vegas, Nev.

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