KING CITY — Boxing started for members of the San Ardo and King Metropolis Boxing Golf equipment on Monday on the Nationwide Junior Olympics and Summer season Competition that’s going down within the Lubbock Memorial Civic Middle in Lubbock, Texas.
Bryan Cruz of the San Ardo Boxing Membership was the primary South County boxer to enter the ring on Monday for a scheduled match in opposition to Joel Hernandez of Montclair, Calif., within the 70-pound weight class.
Brackets had not been accomplished for the remainder of the native boxers as of press time, however all six of the boxers which might be representing South Monterey County will battle the minimal of three to 4 matches.
“The occasions of fights are nonetheless to be decided,” mentioned Coach Rodolfo Tapia. “We are going to preserve coaching right here in Lubbock and attend the event. Aiden Almanza (King Metropolis) will battle his first match on Wednesday, and Kaleb Almanza (King Metropolis) and Grettell Cruz (San Ardo) will start on Thursday.”
Different native boxers competing embrace Miguelito Hernandez (San Ardo) and Andre Mosqueda (King Metropolis). Hernandez and Aiden Almanza are competing of their second Nationwide Junior Olympics.
The event will begin at 5 p.m. from Monday by means of Thursday, and the beginning occasions will change to midday from Friday to the remainder of the weekend.