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Quarterfinal Results From the 2013 National Golden Gloves Championships in Salt Lake City



(SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH) – Forty amateur boxers moved on to the medal round with victories on Thursday at the National Golden Gloves Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah. All of the quarterfinalists took the ring this evening at the Salt Palace Convention Center with all of the victors moving on to Friday’s semifinal round.

Full quarterfinal results are listed below.

Thursday’s Quarterfinal Results

108 lbs

Damian Charles, Mid-South dec. Deric Slater, Tri-State

Tyrone Arzeno, Pennsylvania dec. HamzahAljahmi, Detroit

Nico Hernandez, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Norberto Torres, Florida

Pablo Ramirez, Texas dec. Saul Cano, Chicago

114 lbs

Cristian Williams, Chicago dec. Phillip Acuna, Iowa

Stephen Fulton Jr., Pennsylvania dec. Thomas Huitt-Johnson, Kansas City

Hector Tanajara, Texas dec. Hector Colon, Florida

Javier Padilla, California dec. Mikhail Montogomery, Knoxville

123 lbs

Francisco Martinez, Texas dec. Jerrell Barbour, Nevada

Ja’Rico O’Quinn, Detroit dec. Isaac Aguilar, Rocky Mountain

Gary Antonio Russell, Washington DC dec. Israel Mercado, California

Misael Reyes, Kansas City dec. Alex Barrientos, Toledo

132 lbs

Lamont Roach Jr., Washington DC dec. Hector Rendon, Nevada

Cresendo Ramos, Texas dec. Jahbril Jauregui, New Jersey

Dennis Galarza, Florida dec. Edgar Javalera, Kansas City

Maliek Montgomery, Knoxville dec. Josue Lopez, New England

141 lbs

Nicholas Torrance, Knoxville dec. William Madera, Buffalo

George Rincon, Texas dec. Alfonso Olvera, Nevada

Eddie Ramirez, Chicago dec. Sonny Fredrickson, Toledo

Julian Rodriguez, New Jersey dec. Tahree Carroll, Pennsylvania

152 lbs

Erickson Lubin, Florida dec. Ronnie Austion, Detroit

Tony Losey, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Brian Mendoza, Colorado-New Mexico

Kareem Martin, Washington DC dec. Larry Gomez, Rocky Mountain

Ardreal Holmes Jr., Michigan dec. Devin Williams, Pennsylvania

165 lbs

Deandre Ware Jr., Toledo dec. Ian Green, New Jersey

Martin Schuh, Iowa dec. Christopher Galeano, New York Metro

Marquis Moore, Colorado-N.Mexico dec. Kameron Jones, Texas

Kyrone Davis, Pennsylvania dec. Troy Moody, Knoxville

178 lbs

Randy Foster, Knoxville dec. Geremias Torres, New England

John Phillips, Hawaii dec. Brevan Woydziak, Kansas-Oklahoma

Anthony Campbell, Mid-South dec. Arman Sargsyan, California

Steven Nelson, Colorado-New Mexico dec. Tyshan Murray, New Jersey

201 lbs

Demarkus Minter, Cleveland dec. Sardius Simmons, Michigan

Darnell Price II, Washington DC dec. Bryan Daniels, New England

Earl Newman, New York Metro dec. Eddy Guillen, Kansas City

Joshua Temple, St. Louis dec. Donald Cobb Jr., Colorado-New Mexico

201+ lbs

Jermaine Franklin, Michigan dec. Frankie Bolton, Knoxville

Stephen Shaw, St. Louis dec. Alvin Davie, Florida

Kent Brinson, Texas dec. Jesse West, Rocky Mountain

Cam F. Awesome, Kansas dec. Marion Steen, Cleveland

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).