Bantam And Intermediate Champions Crowned On Day 4 Of 2017 Eastern Elite Qualifier

Thursday, October 19, 2017
24 bantam and intermediate champions were crowned at the Chattanooga Convention Center in Chattanooga, during the fourth day of the 2017 Eastern Elite Qualifier and Regional Open Championships. 

The noon session was filled with excitement as the young boxers put up hard fought bouts in hopes of taking home the title. The noon session also served as the youth male’s quarterfinals, which did not disappoint the enthusiastic crowd. They will be back in the ring during tomorrow’s semifinals looking to secure their spot in Saturday’s championship bouts.


The evening session once again did not disappoint. With the pressure on for the elite boxers hoping to punch their tickets to the National Championships in Salt Lake City, they gave it their all and left nothing in the ring. Both World Champions in tonight’s session, Marc Castro (Fresno, Calif.) and Delante Johnson (Cleveland, Ohio), continued on to tomorrow’s semifinal bouts. Castro is making his elite debut this week, while Johnson is returning to the ring since his appearance at the 2017 Elite Men’s World Championships in Hamburg, Germany in August. The session also gave the junior division boxers the opportunity to box in the rings beside the elite boxers, as they fought to secure their spots in their finals during tomorrow’s competition.

The remaining boxers in the tournament will all box in tomorrow’s single session beginning at noon. The session will be filled with high intensity with the junior championship bouts, as well as the youth and elite male and female semifinal bouts. The session can be watched on USA Boxing’s free live stream here. 

For complete results, bout sheets for tomorrow’s session and other information in regards to the 2017 Eastern Elite Qualifier and Regional Open Championships, click here. 

Results

Championships Bouts designated by *

6:00 p.m. Session

Ring 1

Elite/123 lbs.: Aneudy Rios, Grand Rapids, Mich., dec. over Edward Richardson, Baton Rouge, La., 4-1
Elite/132 lbs.: Travon Lawson, Auburn, Ala., dec. over Dorrel Fore, Sacremento, Calif., 5-0
Junior/90 lbs.: Nikolas Martinez, Cedar Hill, Texas, dec. over Bleek Ashbrook, Oklahoma City, Okla., 4-1
Junior/106 lbs.: Xavier Montoya, Colorado Springs, Colo., dec. over Daryl White, Cincinnati, Ohio, 4-1
Junior/110 lbs.: Markel Hardy, Cincinnati, Ohio, dec. over Keith colon, Newark, N.J., 5-0
Junior/114 lbs.: Miguel Santana, Tampa, Fla., won by disqualification over Floyd Schofield, Alpharetta, Ga., DQ
Junior/119 lbs.: Jeremy Adorno, Allentown, Pa., dec. over Eric Tudor, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 5-0
Junior/125 lbs.: Robert Garcia, Austin, Texas, dec. over Christopher Gonzalez, Houston, Texas, 3-2
Junior/132 lbs.: Stacey Selby, Baltimore, Md., dec. over Elijah Rios, Ozone Park, N.Y., 5-0
Junior/138 lbs.: Marquell Bradford, Toledo, Ohio, dec. over Antwan Coach, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio, 4-1
Junior/145 lbs.: Adam Calixto, Tampa, Fla, dec. over Marco Capos, Omaha, Neb., 4-1
Junior/154 lbs.: Tristan Kalkreuth, Duncanville, Texas, dec. over Jonathan Montalvo, Omaha, Neb., 5-0
Junior/165 lbs.: Dante Benjamin, Shaker Heights, Ohio, dec. over Isrel Goldman, Snellville, Ga., 4-1
Junior/176 lbs.: Albert Ballard, Detroit, Mich., dec. over Matthew Rodriguez, Jr., Saginaw, Mich., 4-1
Junior/176 + lbs.: Donte White, Baltimore, Md., dec. over Tyree Chapman, Detroit, Mich., 5-0

Ring 2

Elite/123 lbs.: Marc Castro, Fresno, Calif., dec. over Aridis Duran, Bronx, N.Y., 5-0
Elite/132 lbs.: Kevin Montano, Concord, Calif., dec. over Desmond Lyons, North Augusta, Ga., 5-0
Elite/141 lbs.: Delante Johnson, Cleveland, Ohio, dec. over Deyshawn Williams, East Elmhurst, N.Y., 5-0
Elite/141 lbs.: Shamar Fulton, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. over David Fecteau, Westland, Mich., 3-2
Elite/152 lbs.: Jaquan McElroy, Flint, Mich., dec. over Dezmond Lucas, Bronx, N.Y., 4-1
Elite/152 lbs.: Raekwon Johnson, Columbus, Ga., dec. over Jamell Brown, Hamlet, N.C., 3-2
Elite/165 lbs.: Miguel Hernandez, Dallas, Texas, dec. over Sixto Suazo, Smyrna, Ga., 5-0
Elite/165 lbs.: Rahim Gonzales, Sylmar, Ga., won by KO over Quaseem Carter, East Orange, N.J., KO-1
Elite/178 lbs.: Khalil Coe, Jersey City, N.J., won by RSC over Salih Alhemoud, Oregon, Ohio, RSC-2
Elite/178 lbs.: Atif Oberton, Philadelphia, Pa., dec. over Edel Gomez, Fremont, Neb., 5-0
Elite/201 lbs.: Deangelo Leachmen, Memphis, Tenn., dec. over Dominic Okopie, Houston, Texas, 
Elite/201 lbs.: Marquise Williams, Newburgh, N.Y., dec. over Eric Berumen, Evans, Colo., 4-1
Elite/201+ lbs.: Leonid Grachev, Boulder, Colo., dec. over Derek Starling, Ocean, N.J., 
Elite/201+ lbs.: Ramel Clasablanca, Bremerton, Wash., won by RSC over Zachary Calmus, Gloucester, Mass., RSC

Ring 3

Elite/123 lbs.: Raymond Ford, Sicklerville, N.J., dec. over Elon Dejesus, Dunkirk, N.J., 4-1
Elite/132 lbs.: Keyshawn Davis, Norfolk, Va., dec. over Eric Puente, Vista, Calif., 5-0
Elite/141 lbs.: Jeremy Hill, New Orleans, La., dec. over Trey Alexander, Colorado Springs, Colo., 5-0
Elite/152 lbs.: Alexander Thiel, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. over Lazaro Lorenzana, San Diego, Calif., 5-0
Elite/152 lbs.: Sean Charleston, Riverdale, Ga., dec. over Josniel Castro, Portland, Maine, 5-0
Elite/165 lbs.: Joseph Hicks, Grand Rapids, Mich., dec. over Aaron Katzman, West Point, N.Y., 5-0
Elite/165 lbs.: Nikita Ababiy, Brooklyn, N.Y., dec. over Christopher Thompson, Flint, Mich., 5-0
Elite/178 lbs.: Antwan Jones, Toledo, Ohio, dec. over Darius Fulghum, Rosharon, Texas, 4-1
Elite/178 lbs.: Jorge Tovar, El Paso, Texas, won by RSC over Cody Cross, Ada, Mich., RSC-1
Elite/201 lbs.: Gaspard Pierre, Miami, Fla., dec. over Travonta Johnson, New Iberia, La., 5-0
Elite/201 lbs.: Demek Edmonds, Worcester, Mass., dec. over Bernard Oliver, Springdale, Ark., 5-0
Elite/201+ lbs.: Timothy Hartfield, Providence, R.I., dec. over Jesse Cervantes, Colorado Springs, Colo., 3-2

Ring 4 

Elite/123 lbs.: Victor Medina, Hartford, Conn., won by RSC over Jaqeem Hutcherson, Temple Hills, Md., RSC
Elite/132 lbs.: Joseph Macedo, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. over James Browning, Las Vegas, Nev., 3-2
Elite/141 lbs.: Bryson Nuckles, Winfield, Kan., dec. over Felipe Ruvalcaba, Santa Ana, Calif., 3-2
Junior/101 lbs.: Eli Lankford, Jonesboro, Ga., dec. over Diego Bengochea, Meridien, Conn., 5-0
Junior/106 lbs.: Patrick Cody, Spokane, Wash., dec. over Fernando Vasquez, Dallas, Texas, 5-0
Junior/110 lbs.: Samuel Cosio, Kansas City, Mo., dec. over Angel Garcia, Conroe, Texas, 4-1
Junior/114 lbs.: Jamontae Jones, Toledo, Ohio, dec. over Xavier Nunez, Corpus Christi, Texas, 3-2
Junior/119 lbs.: Garrett Rice, Flint, Mich., dec. over Mykell Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio, 5-0
Junior/125 lbs.: Joricksen Galiza, Walanae, Hawaii, dec. over Alexander Horse, Lincoln, Neb. 5-0
Junior/132 lbs.: Juliano Castellano, Spring Hills, Fla., dec. over Isaiah Cruz, Springfield, Mass., 4-1
Junior/138 lbs.: Michael Garcia, Crescent City, Fla., dec. over Leonel Cardenas, Palmview, Texas, 3-2
Junior/145 lbs.: Obed Bartee-El, Huntsville, Ala., dec. over Alexei Pergrande, Mount Juliet, Tenn., 4-1
Junior/154 lbs.: Daishaun Bundrage, Detroit, Mich., dec. over Anthony Diaz, Orchard Park, N.Y., 4-1
Junior/165 lbs.: Bryce Edwards, Muldrow, Okla., dec. over Michael Hudson, Milton, Ga., 5-0
Junior/176 lbs.: Seuol Sykes, Southaven, Miss., dec. over Tristan Curvin, Chattanooga, Tenn., 4-1

Noon Session

Ring 1

Bantam/60 lbs.: Emmanuel Chance, East Orange, N.J., dec. over Emmet Villalpando, Weslaco, Texas, 5-0*
Bantam/70 lbs.: Ranulfo Bocangegra, Donna, Texas, dec. over Zabreon Brown, Oxon Hill, Md., 5-0*
Bantam/80 lbs.: Cornellio Phipps, Oxford, Pa., dec. over Izaiah Darden, Toledo, Ohio, 4-1*
Bantam/90 lbs.: Douglas Foggie, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio, dec. over Imari Williams, Syracuse, N.Y., 4-1
Bantam/101 lbs.: Raylin Williams, Toledo, Ohio, dec. over Zyrell Williams, Newburgh, N.Y., 5-0*
Intermediate/70 lbs.: Marcus Smith, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, dec. over Josue Feliciano, Detroit, Mich., 5-0*
Intermediate/80 lbs.: Xavier Bocanegra, Donna, Texas, dec. over Zachary Carter, County Clubs Hills, Ill., 5-0*
Intermediate/90 lbs.: Floyd Diaz, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. over Jeremy Neives, Avenel, N.J., 4-1*
Intermediate/101 lbs.: Tyshawn Denson, Akron, Ohio, dec. over Lehnox Rodriguez, Springfield, Mass., 5-0*
Intermediate/110 lbs.: Trinidad Vargas, Grand Prairie, Texas, dec. over Favian Lopez, Baytown, Texas, 4-1*
Intermediate/119 lbs.: Danilo Diez, Cape Coral, Fla., dec. over Jose Rodriguez, Springfield, Ill., 3-2*
Intermediate/132 lbs.: Nathan Lugo, Marietta, Ga., won by RSC over Alan Garcia, Ulysses, Kan., RSC-3*
Intermediate/165 lbs.: Donte Layne, Elmont, N.Y., dec. over Angel Biorata, Smyrna, Tenn., 4-0*

Ring 2

Youth/114 lbs.: Mario Roman, Saint Cloud, Fla., dec. over Earleonta Evans, LaGrange, Ga., 4-1
Youth/123 lbs.: Anthony Garnica, Oakland, Calif., dec. over Jay Stancil III, Clinton, Md., 5-0
Youth/123 lbs.: Ronnell Johnson, Columbus, Ohio, dec. over Cal Ashby, Brooklyn, N.Y., 5-0
Youth/132 lbs.: Adrian Benton, Cincinnati, Ohio, won by RSC over Isaiah Smith, Duluth, Minn., RSC-2
Youth/132 lbs.: Ramon Acosta, Victoria, Texas, won by RSC over Aramis Maldonado, Lynn, Mass., RSC-2
Youth/141 lbs.: Omar Juarez, Brownsville, Texas, dec. over Michael Williams, Jr., Fayetteville, N.C., 5-0
Youth/141 lbs.: Otha Jones, Toledo, Ohio, dec. over Messiah Snow, Cincinnati, Ohio, 5-0
Youth/152 lbs.: Francis Hogan, Weymouth, Mass., dec. over Israel Alvarez, Spokane, Wash., 5-0
Youth/152 lbs.: Alex Donis, Cypress, Texas, dec. over Shaheed Abdul-Rashid, Indianapolis, Ind., 5-0
Youth/165 lbs.: Alexis Chapparo, Ridgewood, N.Y., dec. over Jah-yae Brown, Schenectady, N.Y., 5-0
Youth/165 lbs.: Alejandro Wagner, Lincolnpark, Mich., dec. over Luis Carbajal, Cypress, Texas, 3-2

Ring 3

Youth/114 lbs.: Ray Ray Robinson, Cincinnati, Ohio, dec. over Jonathan Rodriguez, Albany, N.Y., 5-0
Youth/123 lbs.: Rajon Chance, East Orange, N.J., dec. over Japhethlee Llamido, Norwalk, Calif., 3-2
Youth/123 lbs.: Ezequiel Huaracha, Streamwood, Ill., dec. over Malik Nelson, Avenel, N.J., 5-0
Youth/132 lbs.: Malik Warren, Cantonsville, Md., won by walkover over Khalil Osaze, East Cleveland, Ohio, WO
Youth/132 lbs.: Dominique Francis, Opa Locka, Fla., dec. over Oscar Perez, Houston, Texas, 4-0
Youth/141 lbs.: Larvars Carter, Cincinnati, Ohio, dec. over Giovanni Marquez, Houston, Texas, 5-0
Youth/141 lbs.: Emmanuel Rojas, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. over Bre’yon Gorham, Houston, Texas, 4-1
Youth/152 lbs.: Marques Valle, Wesley Chapel, Fla., dec. over Jaydon Vigil, Lakewood, Colo., 5-0
Youth/152 lbs.: Juan Vasquez, Omahan, Neb., dec. over Micah Kuamoo, Kihei, Hawaii, 5-0
Youth/165 lbs.: Edwards Adams, Roseville, Mich., dec. over Rodney Miller, Jr., 5-0
Youth/165 lbs.: Emmanuel Jones, Newburgh, N.Y., dec. over Christopher Sanchez, San Antonio, Texas

Ring 4

Bantam/65 lbs.: Yu’Shore Williams, Toledo, Ohio, dec. over Elixian Carrillo, Wichita Falls, Texas, 5-0*
Bantam/75 lbs.: Curmel Moton, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. over Beishuan Johnson, Cincinnati, Ohio, 3-2*
Bantam/85 lbs.: Jasir Junior, Newburgh, N.Y., dec. over Michael Crockett, Toledo, Ohio, 4-1*
Bantam/95 lbs.: Jesus Martinez, San Antonio, Texas. dec. over Rueben Miranda, Staten Island, N.Y., 4-1*
Intermediate/75 lbs.: Devin Carswell, Detroit, Mich., dec. over Jahlyte Chance, East Orange, N.J., 5-0*
Intermediate/85 lbs.: Richard Fernandez, San Antonio, Texas, dec. over Akeem Cheatum, Las Vegas, Nev., 4-1*
Intermediate/95 lbs.: Abdullah Mason, Cleveland, Ohio, dec. over Jalmarionn Forte, Cincinnati, Ohio, 5-0 
Intermediate/106 lbs.: Daben Figueroa, Akron, Ohio, dec. over Nathan Ortega, Oklahoma, Okla., 5-0*
Intermediate/114 lbs.: Alan Panduro-Angulo, Omaha, Neb., dec. over Johnathan Gonzalez, Houston, Texas, 5-0*
Intermediate/125 lbs.: Devaughn Lucas, Fulshur, Texas, dec. over Khalil Abduallh, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 3-2*
Intermediate/138 lbs.: Kasir Goldston, Albany, N.Y., won by RSC over Brandon Solis, Grand Prairie, Texas, N.Y., RSC*
Intermediate/176+ lbs.: Adrian Oviedo, San Antonio, Texas, dec. over Emiliano Ortiz, Uvalde, Texas, 3-2


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