Wednesday, January 22, 2003

Four advance in Silver Gloves



Cincinnati will send four junior boxers to the National Silver Gloves Championships Feb.5-8 in Lenexsas, Kan.

They each won their weight class last weekend at the regional Silver Gloves tournament in Pontiac, Mich.

They are: Rau'shee Warren, 15, 106 pounds; Adrian Bronner, 13, 85 pounds; Branden Bennett, 15, 119 pounds, and Keontey Leatherwood, 14, 125 pounds. Winning a bronze medal, which didn't qualify him for the nationals, was Jesse Carradine, 15, 112 pounds.

All box out of the Police Athletic League gym at the Mount Auburn Community Center and are coached by PAL's Mike Stafford.

Warren is seeking his sixth national Silver Gloves title. After the upcoming tournament, he will be moved to the "open class" and will attempt to qualify for the U.S. Olympic boxing team, beginning with the U.S. Olympic Boxing Trials in late May. Bronner is seeking his third national Silver Gloves title.




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