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The Aquinas Institute ofRochester'is a Catholic, coeducational high school that has been a Rochester, NY tradition since 1902. The mission of the Aquinas Boxing Program is to provide a positive influence in the physical and emotional development of each student participating in the program. History has it that the program began 73 years ago as a result of two students fighting on school grounds. A priest stopped the fight and had the two boys come after school and settle it in the ring. They did, and the students who showed up to watch paid 5 cents each, which went to Catholic missions. Today, the program raises between $4,000 to $,5,000 for Basilian F:.~ther :Nlissions in Mexico and Columbia.

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The Aquinas program is run by Dom Arioli , Joe Inclema, and Chris Schwab.

Chacigo Leo Leo is a Catholic, all boys high school located on the south side of Chicago. It was founded in 1926 by the Irish Christian Brothers. Current enrolment is 350 Students. Leo competes in the Chicago Catholic League. It used to be known primarily as a football school, but now has a strong tradition in many areas including basketball and track. The President is Robert Foster (Leo 1958 Graduate) Coach Mike Joyce (1986 Leo Grad) s tatted the Leo boxing program to give students an opportunity to learn amateur boxing while representing their school. Leo has had boxers compete on the high school level and in community shows. Coaches: Eddie Perkins- World Junior Welterweight Champion 1963-67; Luther Rawlings #1 ranked lightweight 155; Herman Mills 78 years old European Theatre Champion U.S. Army WWII.over 150 Pro Fights;

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Travis Braig

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Evan Ackner Moeller

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Roger Robach quinas

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David Ki eegan

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Anthony Bomba Aquinas

Peter F~rnarola

Alex Fead

Joey DiCecco

Charles VanWinkle

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Nick Tonery

Chris Randolph

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Andrew S~ecksgoor Aqumas

Lucas Washington

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John Benson

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Don Bringley

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BOXING EQUIPMENT

Cincinnati has a strong tradition in amateur boxing so it is no surprise that students from all over our dty are learning the sp::>tt of Olympic-style ooxing.

CINCINNATI HIGH SCHOOL BOXING

The ooxing program started at Moeller High School in 1996 vvith 5 athletes and has since grovvn to 50 l:x:>xers from 5 different high schools.

8568 Bethany Lane Cincinnati, 0 H 45255 Phone: (513) 474-6342 Fax; (513) 474-0488

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The objective is to provide a safe ~mel orgmized forum fron1 which to leatn Olympic-style ooxing. The boxing season statts in mid-November ::mel culrninates with the Cincinnati Golden Gloves Tourruunent in April. We have had boxers who have competed in an1ateur bouts aroLmd the state ::mel at the Golden Gloves tourrurunent on the novice level. CHSB is coached by Neal Ry.m, Kenny Christo, Eric Uhll1orn, Eric Braig, Tim Back, ::mel Greg MaLmtel. 1


RULES Amateur (Olympic) vs. Professional Boxing

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Geared to protect the health and safety of the athlete

Different set of rules depending on jurisclidion and location

To vvin on p=>ints by landing more scoring blow;. Knockdowns do not result in extra p=>ints and are not an objective

To \\lli on aggressiveness, knock-dovvns, "Marking" the opp=>nent. Knockdowns are ~m objective

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Tyler- Kc"ep your feet moving and duck • Grandma I-I udey

Chris- protect yom nose • Mom

Go l\llarcus- from Pippa

Jorch:m, pretend he's your sister!

Go Tyler - - Zach:'Uy Sand

Go Rocky!

Mom says "hit hun before he hits you!"- Jorcl~m

Dubs , ... You're a hum~m punching bag!

Bcm Dude- We're proud of you! Keep up the great work!

We're rooting for you Tyler!

Tyler- Keep yotu· gloves up! • Motn

]orrum: there's always the WWE Smackdovvn

Go Big Moe!

Boxers By School Moeller EvanAckner Chris Bode Scott Bottenhorn Matt Deufielcl Austin Emerick Ale'< Feacl Alex Frohlick Matt Hercirik Brandon Hoyt KrisJamcs Kevin Kamphaus ZachKaylor Nick K ul1lman

Ben Madden Patrick McDonougl1 Jonath~m Paquette Danial Pfinnan Clu·is Randolph Travis Reidel Kenny Ri&gan Tyler Sand Lucas W~L<>hint,Jton M~u·cus Wilson J orclan \Xfinterm~m J~myel Wynn

Elder Bm. Burrhimcr Sha\Vn Hartm~m Jon Mmtin Dominic Heming Tim Higgins Drew Mattingly

LaSalle David Bob Joe Costello Andy Gallo Nick Halpin Ryan Hartinger Michael Price Keith Ruter Steve Sepate

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The referees tonight are Andy M ustacchio and Tom Cleary. Both have many years of experience with amateLu· J::x)xing including state, nation.:'ll, <:mel internation.:'ll arnateur boxing toLUn;:unents. Their number one job is the safety of the boxers.

The Officials USA Boxing - Ohio Ja.ors Brock and Judy David m·e the officials for tonight's show. They m·e expe--rienced timers and judges for amateLu· boxing.

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Tonight's trainer will be Ctaig Linlsey. Mr. Lindsey is the school trainer for Moeller High School.

A Vety Special Thinks to: N OJ.'tbiide Armteur Boxing Schx>l run by] ohn Falcone

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Northside Amateur Boxing School

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CINCINNATI . Cincinnati has a long traclition of w:>rld-class amateur ~mel professional boxing including past World B<.mtatnvveight Chmnpion and Olympic Bronze Medalist Tionny"The Cincinnati Kid'' Austin, Olympic Silver tneclalist and CLUTent professional, Ricardo Williatns Jr., and past \Vorld Chatnpions Heavy Weight Ezzanl Chutes <.mel Middleweight AaronPl)Uf. Top local cunateur boxer Ron Siler Jr. <:mel Watrnn Rashide repre:;entecl the Unitecl State:; in the 2004 St1111111er Olympics in Athens, Greece.

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AGES 10-16 years are welcome

Athletes from our gym have competed in the:

Olympics, Goodwill Games, Pan-American Games, World Championships, U.S. Championships, National Golden Gloves, Junior Olympics, and National Silver Gloves.

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A BOXING WISH LIST Thank you for coming to our show and to the many of you that have dedicated time'and resources to making this program a success. We are a club program and open to students from any school so .;, ' ' access to funding is limited. ,4

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Thursday December 16, 2004

Price Range (ea.) Ring Canvas 20'x20'c ..

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Ring Padding 20'

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Ring Wood Planks 1O'x12" (8)

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Gloves 16 oz Safety & Training (26)

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Gauze Ultimate 50 rolls (2)

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Protective Belts Stomach & Kidney (10)

$15

$55

Head Gear Full Face (8)

$40

$70

Heavy Bag Standing (5) -

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Double End Bag Standing (3)

$80

Uniforms Jerseys (20) & Trunks (20)

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Stop Watch (2)

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Equipment Bags (2)

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If you have comments, or wish to support our program, please contact Neal Ryan at 791.1680 x329

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Matt Ross Moeller

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Matt Ross Moeller

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Dan Pfirman Moeller

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Steve Sepate LaSalle

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Austin Emerick Moeller Jordan Winterman Moeller

Jay Paquette Moeller Kevin Kamphaus Moeller

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Alex Frohlick Moeller

Joe Costello LaSalle Joe Costello LaSalle

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Andy Gallo LaSalle Dan Pfirman Moeller

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Brandon Hoyt Moeller Matt Dearfield Moeller

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Scott Bottenhorn Moeller Ben Madden Moeller Ben Madden

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Mike Prevey Indian Hill

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Mike Price LaSalle Travis Reidel Moeller Travis Reidel Moeller

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Blake Bucci Indian Hill

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Mike Price LaSalle

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Chris Randolph Moeller

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Chris Bode Moeller

Nick Halpin LaSalle

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Drew Mattingly

Jonathan Godby Lakota West Tim Higgins Elder Charlie VanWinkle Lakota West

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Ryan Hartinger LaSalle Ryan Hartinger LaSalle Jarryd Wynn Moeller

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