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Day Two Results From the 2013 National Golden Gloves in Salt Lake City, Utah



(SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH) – Preliminary round action in the flyweight, lightweight, welterweight, light heavyweight and super heavyweight divisions highlighted day two of the 2013 National Golden Gloves in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Action will resume in all of the weight divisions on Wednesday at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Tuesday’s Results

114 lbs

David Carlton, Cincinnati won on disqualification over Ramon Rodiguez, New England

Hector Colon, Florida dec. Omar Brown, Wisconsin

Timothy Jarman, St. Louis dec. Matthew Griego, Colo.-N.Mexico

132 lb Class

Dennis Galarza, Florida dec. Jeremy Abram, Cleveland

Saquan Felton, Buffalo dec. Kaylyn Alfred, Mid-South

Joshua Jones, Pennsylvania dec. Francisco Lopez, Rocky Mountain

Antonio Perales, Omaha dec. Canton Miller Jr., St. Louis

Edgar Javalera, Kansas City dec. Titus Williams, New York Metro

Maliek Montgomery, Knoxvilled dec. Victor Saiz, Kansas-Oklahoma

Jousce Gonzalez, California dec. Javar Jones, Indiana

Lamont Roach Jr., Washington DC dec. Rodrigo Rubio, Iowa

Hector Rendon, Nevada dec. Dewone Johnson, Wisconsin

Cresendo Ramos, Texas dec. Julio Parra, Colorado-New Mexico

Jahbril Jauregui, New Jersey dec. Tavarus Roberts, Upper Midwest

Anthony Brown, Detroit dec. Devin Tomkins, Michigan

Austin Watkins, Toledo dec. Sean Scott, Cincinnati

152 lb Class

Brian Mendoza, Colorado-New Mexico stopped Samuel Ellsworth, Mid-South, RSC

David Gibson, Indiana dec. Julian Jones, Cincinnati

Steven Cardenas, Texas dec. Michael Montgomery, Knoxville

Nathaniel Rivas, New Jersey dec. Jonathan Gregory, Cleveland

Tony Losey, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Jeremiah Millett, St. Louis

Ardreal Holmes Jr., Michigan dec. DeLorien Caraway, Upper Midwest

Devin Williams, Pennsylvania dec. Dane Henry, Omaha

Larry Gomez, Rocky Mountain dec. Deandre Harris, Iowa

Ronnie Austion, Detroit dec. Thomas Hill, Wisconsin

Marcus Davidson, Kansas City dec. Keenen Moses, New England

Tavorus Teague, California dec. Marco Magdaleno, Nevada

Vernon Brown, Chicago dec. Charles Ingram, Tri-State

Luis Dejesus, Buffalo dec. Roy Barringer, Toledo

178 lb Class

Michael Reid, Wisconsin dec. Anthony Harris, Chicago

Anthony Campbell, Mid-South dec. Deantwon Jackson, Tri-State

Randy Foster, Knoxville dec. Lawrence King, Buffalo

Russell Scott, Cleveland dec. James Ballard, Detroit

Geremias Torres, New England dec. Edward Gray, St. Louis

Joacquin Legree, Florida dec. Nathan Kinsman, Rocky Mountain

Brevan Woydziak, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Muhammad Adams, Cincinnati

Vince Baccus, Kansas City dec. Deante Cole, Iowa

John Phillips, Hawaii dec. Joe Jones III, Washington DC

Estevan Roman, Texas dec. Tyler Bussell, Michigan

Steven Nelson, Colorado-New Mexico dec. Akheim Nurse, Pennsylvania

Tyshan Murray, New Jersey dec. Justin Becerra, Omaha

Dugan Lawton, Nevada dec. Leo Hall, Toledo

201+ lb Class

Aaron Chavers, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Derrick Durr, Chicago

Frankie Bolton, Knoxville stopped Lucas Downs, Tri-State, RSC

Jose Medrano, California dec. Raymond Bernt, Omaha

Alvin Davie, Florida dec. Michael Stillabower, Indiana

Owen Minor, New England dec. Erik Rogers, Buffalo

Stephan Shaw, St. Louis dec. Marquis Dacres, Pennsylvania

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).