Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Beltway Youngsters Perform Well at Junior Golden Gloves!

Congratulations to a number of junior Beltway Boxers who brought back medals from this past weekend's Junior Golden Gloves Championships in Mesquite, NV.

Dusty Harrison won the Boys 13-14 90-pound championship by points over Carlos Suarez of Ohio.

Nate Davis captured gold in the Boys 15-16 132- pound class with a points victory over Fidel Maldonado of New Mexico.

Emanuel Taylor won the Boys 15-16 138-pound class with a points victory over Corey Walker of Missouri.

Nick Kisner followed up his recent Junior Olympic championship with a gold medal in the Boys 15-16 201-pound championships at the Junior Golden Gloves. Kisner defeated Justin Novaria of Ohio by points.

Also winning a gold medal in the Boys 15-16 201+ division was Hasim Rahman, Jr., now fighting out of Nevada. Rahman defeated Blayton Watson of Tennessee to win the title.

Two other locals won gold unopposed; Brady Sensibaugh (Boys 13-14 70 pounds) and Lawrence Singh (Boys 13-14, 75 pounds)

Congratulations also to Joshua Davis who won a silver medal in the Boys 13-14 138-pound class.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

brady keep up the good work and keep training the road will get better and your fights will come trust what i say I BELIEVE IN YOU LONNIE

Anonymous said...

Nick you are thhe best that ever came out of south atlantic and we are so proud of you
Thak you
Jake Smith

Prs. of South Atlantic

Anonymous said...

A special congratulations to Potomac Valley boxers Dusty Harrison (Old School), Nate Davis (Old School), Brady Sensibaugh (Old School) and Lawrence Sighn (Headbangers) for a job well done. Keep up the great work! Remember the boxing gloves can be your ticket into any city of the world!

Candy Jacobs
President of Potomac Valley

Bradford Boxing said...

WOW!!! Thats great! I hear all of the winners from PVA and SAA had to box every single night. They sure earned those belts. I have not seen the belts yet, but I hear they got spinners in the middle of them for the center piece. I do know that most young men who win the Jr. National Golden gloves, do go onto a sucessful pro career.
Goog luck to all of you, and keep up the hard work. Its the only way to get to the top.

Hard Cuts Barber Shop said...

Good Job guys: Brady Sensibaugh
Larry Shing
Dusty Harrison
Manny Taylor
Nickl Kishner
Nate Davis
Bring the belts by so we can take pictures for the shop.

Gabbie said...

Even though Larry Shing and Brady Sensibaugh won on walk-over. They both are still champions in my eyes. They went to Las Vegas hoping to box, and they trained very hard to get there. You boys will get matches fasters than you know. Both of you will gain weight within a year or two and your day will come-trust me.

Anonymous said...

Are they in the 60 and 65 pound class? If so, we have boxers for them at Books & Boxing

Hank said...

your guys are not ready for them boys.

Anonymous said...

Congrats, Nick! You make Club One Fitness look good!
Keep up the hard work, champ.

MLG said...

you coaches are fighting these kids too much. i know some of these kids have over 100 fights.
their brains need a rest after each match. its not normal to get hit in the head like that once much less every damn week.

KELLER HIGH SCHOOL said...

Brady 33 fights
Nate 47 fights
Nick 52 fights
Dusty 153 fights
Manny 202 fights and all of them are doing just fine. good grades in school, very healthy kids. So it is you that is punch drunk-not them...

Anonymous said...

dAMN!i SEE WHY THEY WIN SO MANY TOURNAMENTS. kEEP GOING sTRONG!

Rodney said...

Are those kids all from the same boxing gym? If so, what gym?

Anonymous said...

They are ffom PVA boxing-metro

Anonymous said...

Nick and all the rest of you guys
congradulations and keep chasing
your dreams.
The Farmer family.

Anonymous said...

SETH MITCHELL RULES MARYLAND!

Anonymous said...

seth mitchell can beat any local heavyweight out there right now-pro or amature

Anonymous said...

bullshit!

Swain said...

he is 3-2 and has not been tested yet

Gary Digital Williams said...

How do people get the idea that Mitchell has lost bouts?

Here is his record to date:

First Bout - March 3, 2007: Mitchell defeated Collado Gray by stoppage 1:26 into the 1st round.

Second Bout - March 24, 2007: Mitchell defeated James Love by stoppage 2:00 into the 2nd round.

Third Bout - March 30, 2007: Mitchell defeated Bernard Adams by stoppage :37 into the 1st round.

Fourth Bout - April 13, 2007: Mitchell defeated Andre Brickhouse by stoppage at 1:30 into the 3rd round.

Fifth Bout - June 22, 2007: Mitchell defeated Kevin McMillan by stoppage at 2:20 into the 1st round.

Sixth Bout - July 20, 2007: Mitchell defeated Kevin Johnson by stoppage 2:39 into the 3rd round.

S J Grinder said...

Mitchell has fought twice in Delaware and lost both before getting a new USA boxing book.
719-866-4506 call for yourself

Anonymous said...

BUSTED! BUSTED! BUSTED! BUSTED! BUSTED!!!!!!

Franklin said...

Oh Shit! Someone Lied to everyone...

Anonymous said...

i heard that before about delaware, but he was a beginner then. what counts is whjat Seth is doing now

R.W.L. said...

We all tell lies every now & then.

Brandywine James said...

We still love you SEth

Anonymous said...

Great job to all of these fighters. Nick is getting a lot of well deserved publicity. I heard that he was interviewed by Channel 2 News yesterday at Club One Fitness.