Monday, December 01, 2014

Amateurs Win Big On Last Saturday In November!

A number of Beltway amateur results to catch up on.

A strong contingent of local amateurs were victorious on an amateur card in Caldwell, NJ on Saturday.  A team from the Potomac Valley Association of USA Boxing won six of 10 bouts on the card.

The winning boxers were: Rahgeleek Bartee, Quincy Williams, Tyreek Williams, Jalil Hackett, Ameer Brown and Keeshawn Williams.

Also representing PVA were: Lawrence and Lonzo Malcolm, Max Garland and Donnell Williams.

Baltimore boxer Lorenzo Simpson was also victorious as was Kavon Robertson from Virginia. VA's Troy Isley's bout was scratched at the scale.

Closer to home, Donald Wallace of the Baltimore Boxing club won the East Coast 165-pound championship in the main event of a card at Myers Pavilion in Brooklyn, MD on Saturday.  Wallace won a decision over Rashad Kilpatrick of Keystone Boxing.

In the co-feature bout, Joey Veazey of Baltimore Boxing won a decision over Jessie Singletary of Keystone at 165 pounds.

Here are the results from the rest of the card:

141 Pounds (Open): Jahmal Dyer over Corey Moore.

152 Pounds (Open): Dashan Jones over Michael Garrison.

100 Pounds (Novice): Chima Okoro over Tavion Davis.

165 Pounds (Novice): Tucker Lutz over Domenico Lubrano.

201 Pounds (Open): Stephon Morris over Ryan Watson.

85 Pounds (Novice): Thomas Coe over Erick Acosta.

152 Pounds (Novice): Allen Burris over Lamont White.

95 Pounds (Novice): Artaz Cotton over Okezie Okoro.

117 Pounds (Novice): Melad Attashy over Erin Williams.

152 Pounds (Novice): Yohanes Rezene over Esteban Sanchez.

165 Pounds (Novice): Edward Park over Darrion James.

We've also heard that during a pro-am card in Lebanon, PA Saturday, a Maryland heavyweight named Antonio Savage from Kicked-Up Fitness won a bout over Shawn Zimmerman of Lebanon.

This is a good springboard into the Silver Gloves Tournament that will begin on Saturday, December 6 at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD.  We will have the first matchups for you by the middle of the week.

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