The following are the results of the 25th Annual K.O. Drugs Boxing Championships held at St. Lucy's Palermo Center in Campbell on Monday night:
Underclass Division (9th and 10th graders):
Bantamweight – Mikey Fasline (Hubbard, 2-0) def. Kobe Hayden (Campbell Memorial, 1-2), TKO, round two (:57).
Featherweight – Addison Richards (Home School, 2-0), won by default.
Lightweight – Devan Trehorn (Liberty, 2-0), won by default.
Welterweight – Aaron Jenkins (Canfield, 3-0) def. Austin Gibson (Home School, 1-2), TKO, round two (:39).
Middleweight – Khalil Sheridan (Chofin, 2-1) def. John O'Toole (Keystone, 1-2), unanimous decision.
Cruiserweight – James Bauer (New Wilmington, 2-0) def. Terrell Neeley (Campbell Memorial, 1-2), unanimous decision.
Heavyweight – Zamari Leonard (Warren Harding, 2-1) def. Colten Nitzsky (Jackson Milton, 1-1), TKO, round two (:36).
Super Heavyweight - Tyreck Daniels (Hubbard, 3-0) def. vs. Tyler Sayers (Lakeview, 0-2), TKO, round three (:22).
Junior Middleweight – Jonah Ortiz (Struthers (2-1) def. Brock Garretson (Howland, (1-1), TKO, round three (:49).
Female Division (9th-12th graders):
Featherweight - Brindza Davidson (New Castle Union, 1-0) def. Aubreanna Hayden (Campbell Memorial, 0-1), TKO, round two (:20).
Lightweight – Erica Barone (Struthers, 1-0) def. Amy Scarnecchia (Howland, (0-1), split decision.
Upperclass Division (11th and 12th graders):
Featherweight – Justin Griffin (Marlington, 3-0) def. Robbie Elmakbah (Home School, 1-2), unanimous decision.
Lightweight – Joe Sofranko (Poland, 2-1) def. Ryan Patterson (Poland, 1-2), unanimous decision.
Middleweight – Mike Sullivan (Struthers, 3-0) def. Josh Mango (Niles McKinley, 2-1), unanimous decision.
Super Middleweight – Zane Henricksen (Home School, 2-0-1), won by default.
Light Heavyweight – Jesse Burkey (Lakeview, 2-1) def. Andre Henderson (Warren Harding, 1-1), Retirement, round one.
Cruiserweight – Tyler Tabor (Canfield, 2-0) def. Hayden Smith (Canfield, 1-1), TKO, round one (:59).
Heavyweight – Nick Lardas (Niles McKinley (2-0) def. Tommy Kaleel (Canfield, 1-2), unanimous decision.
UPDATE: A shooting suspect, and possibly two suspects, managed to get away from police after a shooting just before 10 p.m. Monday.
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