(COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO) – 2012 Junior Olympic National Championships moved into semifinal competition on the third day of the tournament in Mobile, Ala. Full results are below.
Article posted on 21.06.2012
Evening Session - 101 lbs.: Joshua Franco (San Antonio, TX) dec. Daniel Bailey (Miami, FL), 16-9
101 lbs.: Nico Hernandez (Wichita, KS) dec. Bruce Carrington (Brooklyn, NY), 24-13
110 lbs.: Isidro Ochoa (Fresno, CA) stopped Zachary Landru (Payallup, WA), RSC-2 (1:23)
110 lbs.: Shakur Stevenson (Newark, NJ) dec. Rudy Garcia (Los Angeles, CA), 17-10
114 lbs.: Jasmine Hampton (Ann Arbor, MI) dec. Neesha Khan (San Francisco, CA), 18-7
119 lbs.: Antonio Williams (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) won on disqualification by Efern Lopez (Fresno, CA), DQ-3 (1:20)
119 lbs.: Rogelio Cervantes (Kansas City, MO) dec. Anthony Zavala (Bellflower, CA), 17-8
125 lbs.: Akemi Collazo (San Antonio, TX) dec. Anna Crutchfield (Travelers Rest, SC), 15-4
125 lbs.: Melissa Archuleta (Lakewood, CO) dec. Evelyn Borja (Fresno, CA), 33-22
132 lbs.: Edgar Berlanga (New York, NY) dec. George Acosta (Santa Fe Springs, CA), 14-14, 34-30
132 lbs.: Maliek Montgomery (Macon, GA) dec. Thomas Velasquez (Philadelphia, PA), 15-12
145 lbs.: John Williams (Baton Rouge, LA) dec. Malik Hawkins (Baltimore, MD), 9-6
145 lbs.: Mark Reyes (Tampa, FL) dec. Marco Magdaleno (Las Vegas, NV), 18-10
165 lbs.: Jazavian Palmer (Lubbock, TX) stopped Gilbert Alvarez (Oakland, CA), RSC-1 (1:28)
165 lbs.: Jason Bell (District Heights, MD) dec. Cameron Grady (New Town, ND), 11-10
189 lbs.: Junior Younan (Brooklyn, NY) dec. Tiofilo Bueno, III (Tulane, CA), 16-9
189 lbs.: John Luna (Milwaukee, WI) dec. Patrick James (Tampa, FL), 12-3
201+ lbs.: Calvin Countess (Abingdon, MD) dec. Darmani Rock (Philadelphia, PA), 15-13
201+ lbs.: Elijaih Grady (New Town, ND) dec. Jonathan Rodriguez (Corpus Christi, TX), 15-14
Afternoon Session - 12:00pm
95 lbs.: Christopher Colbert (Brooklyn, NY) dec. Saul Bravo, Jr. (Santa Ana, CA), 21-17
95 lbs.: Keeshawn Williams (Washington, D.C.) dec. Slade Corvin (Chattanooga, TN), 22-13
106 lbs.: Marisol Lopez (Stratford, CA) stopped Marina Sierra (Tucson, AZ), RSC-2 (1:24)
106 lbs.: Hector Tanajara, Jr. (San Antonio, TX) dec. Jose Borges (Philadelphia, PA), 18-10
106 lbs.: Carlos Balderas (Santa Maria, CA) dec. Brandon Kapner (Gravette, AR), 28-12
110 lbs.: Melody Montes (Kissimmee, FL) dec. Kinsley McFerrin (Helena, MT), 17-3
114 lbs.: Da’Reece Crawford (Kansas City, MO) dec. Jose Moreno-Pesina (San Antonio, TX), 55-54
114 lbs.: Ruben Villa, IV (Salinas, CA) dec. Lawrence Newton (Delray, FL), 20-9
119 lbs.: Jajaira Gonzalez (Glendora, CA) stopped Victoria Carrizales (Quincy, WA), RSC-2 (1:20)
119 lbs.: Mariah Leon (Lubbock, TX) dec. Joselina Ortega (Fresno, CA), 23-8
125 lbs.: Christian Bermudez (Brooklyn, NY) dec. Carlo Martinez (Milwaukee, WI), 20-11
125 lbs.: Jalonte Cole (Washington D.C.) dec. Eduardo Garcia (Houston, TX), 14-9
132 lbs.: Isabella Nieves (Kenosha, WI) dec. Nancy Gutierrez (Sacramento, CA), 22-19
138 lbs.: Erickson Lubin (Kissimmee, FL) dec. Jonathan Navarro (Los Angeles, CA), 17-6
138 lbs.: Robert Jiles, Jr. (Rochester, NY) dec. Anthony Rodriguez (Humble, TX), 49-43
154 lbs.: Alexis Rocha (Santa Ana, CA) dec. Derrell Gibbs (Columbus, OH), RSC-3 (1:55)
154 lbs.: Trent Laider (Pahokee, FL) dec. Daniel Garcia (Good Year, AZ), 20-16
176 lbs.: Elvis Figueroa (New Haven, CT) dec. David Gaitan (North Highlands, CA), 23-13
176 lbs.: DaQuan Johnson (Capitol Heights, MD) dec. Luciano Stoica (Glendale, AZ), 18-10
201 lbs.: Alberto Fundora (Tampa, FL) dec. Oscar Leon (Reno, NV), RSC-1 (1:43)
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).
RAUL CARRILLO “READY FOR WAR” VS. JOSH TORRES ON JUNE 30TH IN LONGMONT, COLORADO
LONGMONT, COLORADO, (June 21, 2012) Hometown favorite Raul “EL Chino” Carrillo is “ready for war” next Saturday night, June 30th as he returns to battle against Josh “Pitbull” Torres in the main event of WARRIORS CONQUEST at the Boulder County Fairgrounds, thirty miles northwest of Denver, Colorado.
Undefeated in his first nine professional bouts, Carrillo, 9-1-0 (6KO’s), looks to get back in the win column following a hard fought ten round battle against the much more experienced Robert Frankel on February 17th in Sheridan, Colorado.
“The fight against Frankel was a very good learning experience, he was a much more experienced fighter and this was my first bout of more than six rounds” said Carrillo who lost by scores of 97-93, 98-92 and 99-91. “I thought it was a much more even fight and my performance was not properly reflected on the scorecards.”
Torres, fighting out of Albuquerque, New Mexico enters the ring against Carrillo with a record of 7-1-1 (4KO’s), and is riding a two-bout winning streak.
Said Carrillo, “I’m a little familiar with him Torres, he had much more amateur experience than I did and we’ve both beat Joel Vargas. I’m sure he’s coming up here ready to fight and I’ll be ready for war.”
About fighting back in Longmont, Carrillo stated, “This is my home and I’m really looking forward to putting on a terrific performance for the local fans along with my friends and family.”
Although not looking past Torres, Carrillo spoke of his goals for the future, “Of course I want to be a world champion but first I need to get past Torres. There is no one specifically I want to fight, just keep getting better and keep winning.
“The fight against Frankel was at 140, but right now I want to stay at 147.”
Presented by EL Muneco and Ghost Town Promotions, advance tickets for WARRIORS CONQUEST, priced at $45, $35 and $25 can be purchased by calling (720) 296-6176. VIP Tables are also available.
The Boulder County Fairgrounds is located at 9595 Nelson Road in Longmont, Colorado. Doors will open on the night of the event at 6pm with the first bell scheduled for 7pm.
The public weigh-in for WARRIORS CONQUEST will take place at 5PM on Friday, June 29th at Las Palmeras, 199 S. Main Street in Longmont, Colorado 80501. Phone (303) 848-0103. Boxing fans are encouraged to attend, as all fighters will be available for photos and autographs.