SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION, USA BOXING, INC.
Joe Zanders – President – 310-638-1669 Ray Morales – Vice President – 909-348-3857 Delilah Rico-Ponce – Reg. Chair – firstname.lastname@example.org Richard Jones – Treasurer – 714-960-5915
Delilah Ponce-Rico – Chief/Officials – 213-798-2224 (text only) Dominic Serna – JO Chair – 760-289-2161
Michelle Serna – Asst. Chief/Officials – 760-396-7539 Pat Zanders – Secretary – 310-638-1669
Call: 714-960-5915 for weekly listing of shows and tournaments.
Email: email@example.com or call 714-960-5915 for a copy of this schedule.
Call: Joe Zanders for Private and Pro-Am sanction information.
Go to: usantidoping.org for current list of banned substances.
Go to: SoCal website: (lost sponsor – currently working on a new website)
Go to: usaboxing.org for on-line registration of boxers, coaches, clubs and sanctions.
Go to: https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/coach.html for state concussion course required by CSAC for all
coaches. Email Delilah Ponce-Rico a copy of the completed certificate with your full name and member ID number
Monthly Schedule is now being emailed out to all currently registered boxers and coaches using USA Boxing email list.
The objectives shall be to foster, develop, promote, and coordinate recreational and competitive amateur boxing opportunities for all member athletes and supportive participants, and to supervise boxing matters as may properly come within its purview and shall be consistent with those of the USA Boxing Bylaws.
Policies and Procedures:
USA Boxing is an organization of volunteers who, at the local level, use their homes and telephones to further the sport of amateur boxing. We love what we do, but most of us hate calls before 8 AM and after 9 PM.
1 The LBC has a one show per day policy with member tournaments taking precedence over shows.
2 If show details have not been received, then schedule information will be taken from the club’s last show.
3 Sanctions must be submitted on-line to USA Boxing at least 10 days prior, or USA Boxing will add a $50 late fee.
4 Sanctions are given out in a lottery at the LBC annual meeting in December.
5 When no open dates are available, registered clubs requesting sanctions will be put on a published waiting list.
6 Clubs are responsible for providing a doctor (MD or DO), licensed in California, to do the pre-bout and the post-bout
physicals, and to be in attendance at ringside during all the bouts.
7 A show must have at least five registered & certified (volunteer) officials. Sanction holder is responsible for contacting
the Chief of Officials and verifying the availability of officials in their area. It is the host club’s responsibility to provide a
doctor, USA Boxing approved gloves, an ambulance. and encourage enough volunteer officials to come to their show.
8 The JO tournament is mandated by USA Boxing and has no entrance fee. All other tournaments have an
entrance fee that varies from $3 to $35 per boxer. Clubs usually ask for a $5 to $10 donation at the door at shows.
9 Boxers with braces must have, attached to their passbook, a Release to Compete with Orthodontic
Braces/Appliances form signed by their dentist. If they are under eighteen, the form must also be signed by their
parent or legal guardian.
10 Boxers must have a current yearly physical with a Physician’s address & signature and “fit to box” indicated on form.
11 Yearly physicals expire one year after they are signed by a doctor.
12 An ambulance is now required for all shows and tournaments per State Athletic Comm. (CSAC)
13 A Financial Statement for Competition is required within ten days for each show and tournament.
14 A travel stipend (gas money) for the volunteer officials is always appreciated.
Matchmaking is a club responsibility but will be supervised by the Chief of Officials or her designated representative.
1 Weigh-ins will typically be done from 9 to 10:30 AM on weekends and from 4 to 5:30 on Fridays.
2 Matchmaking will typically start after the weigh-ins.
3 The club matchmaker will match all the host club’s bouts and pre-matches that are within USA Boxing Matched Bouts
(Club should not take more than half of the matches for themselves (including pre-matches) unless the show was
listed on the schedule as a pre-matched show)
4 The host club will make matches between the clubs, making every effort to give every registered club at least one bout.
5 Boxers who weigh-in at an open show, but do not get a bout, are entitled to free admittance to that show.
6 Officials’ children are allowed free admittance to any show where their parents are asked by the Chief of Officials to
7 Clubs that want all the bouts for their club must list their show on the schedule as: “All bouts will be pre-matched”
8 Shows are limited to 12 bouts on Friday and 20 bouts on Sat./Sun unless approved by the Chief of Officials.
9 Outdoor shows, without a tent covering the ring, are prohibited without the express approval of the Chief of Officials.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION SHOWS AND TOURNANMENTS
FOR A SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Phone: Richard Jones at 714-960-5915 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an emailed copy of this schedule.
Mail: Monthly schedule is emailed to all registered coaches and boxers.
Internet: SoCal website: (lost sponsor – currently working on a new website)
Shows and tournaments: Available from Richard Jones or Delilah Rico at boxing shows.
Latest Female Boxer List: Contact Mary Lara at 714-336-3361 or email her at email@example.com
USA Boxing is a Non-Profit Corporation and the term Donation must be used to describe entry fees at shows and tournaments instead of admission. Any profit from the events must be used for the host club’s boxing program.
A Financial Statement for Competition is required for each show and tournament. Failure to complete this form within ten days after the event will result in suspension. Clubs suspended for failure to submit a report: Western Pro, Pure Potential, BC Boxing Club. Suspension is in force until the clubs appeal their suspension through the State Athletic Commission and the USA Boxing National Office.
Insurance deductible is now $1000 with primary insurance and $2500 without primary coverage.
2019 Fee Schedule Fee schedule and 2019 registration will begin on November 1, 2018. New Registration done in November and December will be good for November & December and all of 2019.
Athletes $70.00 includes Internet fee. Go to www.usaboxing.org for on-line registration
Non-Athletes $85.00 includes Internet fee . Go to www.usaboxing.org for on-line registration
Non-Athletes $25.00 fee for background check if needed.
Clubs $205.00 includes Internet fee. Go to www.usaboxing.org for on-line registration
Sanctions – Club shows $330.00 includes Internet fee. Go to www.usaboxing.org for on-line registration
Sanctions – Tournaments & shows $330.00 plus $200 per tournament/show day after the first day.
Sanctions – Silver Gloves $330.00 plus $200 per tournament/show day after the first day
Sanctions – Golden Gloves $330.00 plus $150 per tournament day after the first day.
Sanctions – Private shows $1,755.00
Sanctions – Pro/Am shows $1,005.00 + $100 per bout
Sanctions – Added or special $1,505 Min. to $20,000 Max. – Police shows, unscheduled shows.
Sanctions –Third Party Charity $1,505 Min to $20,000 Max. – Third Party and Charitable Fundraising Events
Athletes & Coaches – Duplicate book 10.00 (proof of current registration is required)
1 Outdoor shows, without a tent covering the ring, are prohibited without the prior approval of the Chief of Officials.
2 Beginning Aug 1, 2014 all sanctions and liability certificate requests must be done on-line at least 10 days before the
show or tournament. Go to www.usaboxing.org to LBC events, click on submit event sanction then click submit club
sanction, Fill out info., and pay with a credit card. For help, call Betsy McCallister at 719-866-2323 and she will walk
you through it, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A $50 fee will be charged by USA Boxing for a sanction
submitted less than 10 days before the show or tournament.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SHOWS AND TOURNAMENTS – REVISED 8-26-19
An ambulance is now required for all shows and tournaments per State Athletic Comm. (CSAC)
Register on–line at usaboxing.org before you come to a show. Do not plan on registering at a show and boxing that day. The lines are long and we will stop registration at 11:00 AM. You must have a credit card to register – no cash or checks. Except for boxers that have already registered on-line, registration at shows will be available only if an official has a computer and an internet connection.
Thursday August 29 6 PM (if needed) 2019 Annual Blue & Gold Tournament will be held at the Compton YAL
Friday August 30 6 PM at 700 North Alameda St., Compton, CA 90221. This tournament is for all
Saturday August 31 12 Noon & 6 PM registered boxers, age 8 to 75. Age determination date is 12-31-18.
Sunday Sept. 1 11:00 AM There is a novice and open division in all male and female age groups.
19-33-27029 A mandatory registration will be held on Wednesday, August 28 at the
Compton YAL from 3 to 6 PM. All athletes must be present to receive their
credentials and be placed in the draw. The draw and bracketing will follow
the registration on Wednesday, August 28. Last day for applications is
Monday, Aug., 26 Mail applications and fee to: Joe Zanders, PO Box 4414,
Long Beach, CA 90804. Sessions are subject to change, depending on
the number of applications received. For information contact Joe Zanders
at 310-638-1669 or 310-920-1809 cell.
Saturday Sept. 7 8 AM Rules Review & Discussion with live scoring for all interested coaches
For information contact Joe Zanders at 310-638-1669 or text Delilah
Ponce-Rico at 213-798-2224. Note: Clubs that want to host a clinic should
contact Joe Zanders at 310-638-1669.
Sunday* Sept. 8 1:00 PM Century Sheriff* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 7116 Makee
19-33-25546 Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90001. Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM. For
information contact Martin Noriega at 213-305-5706 or Deputy Jose
Marin at 323-586-6691
Saturday* Sept. 14 1:00 PM Cops 4 Kids* Boxing Club is holding a Car and Boxing show at the
19-33-______ Recreation Center at 43935 Acacia Ave., Hemet, CA 92544.
Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM. For information contact Mike Ortiz
Sunday* Sept. 15 1:00 PM TG* Boxing Club is holding a show at an outdoor location next to their club
18-33-_______ at 8607 S, Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90003. Weigh-ins are from 9 to
10:30 AM at TG Boxing club. For information contact Rudy Garcia
Saturday Sept. 21 1:00 PM Raincross Academy* Boxing Club is holding a show at a site to be
18-33-_______ determined. Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM
For information contact Henry Romero at 951-334-1815.
Sunday Sept. 22 1:00 PM Sportscene* Boxing Club is holding a show at Compton YAL at
18-33-_______ 700 N. Alameda St., Compton, CA. 90221. Weigh-ins are from 9 to
10:30 AM. For information contact Joe Zanders at 310-920-1809.
Friday Sept. 27 8:00 PM Fabela Chavez* Boxing Club is holding a Dinner and Boxing Event .
(Dinner at 7 PM) 19-33-23501 at Carson Civic Center at 801 East Carson St., Carson, CA 90745.
(Boxing at 8 PM) Weigh-ins are from 4 to 5:30 PM. Note:there is limited seating and standing
room for the boxing-only audience For information contact Jermaine
Lefeiloai at 310-678-2621.
Saturday Sept. 28 1:00 PM TKO* Boxing Club is holding a show at the Salgado Community Center at
19-33-26296 706 N. Newhope St., Santa Ana, CA 92703. Weigh-ins are from 8:30 to
10 AM. For information contact Andrew Mejia at 949-294-6448.
Sunday Sept. 29 1:00 PM Grampa’s* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 7686
19-33-_______ Garden Grove Blvd., Westminster, CA 92707. Weigh-ins are from
9 to 10:30 AM. For information contact Jessica Rangel at 714-622-4874.
Friday Oct. 4 6:00 PM Central Coast* Boxing Club is holding a Pro-Am Show at Santa Ynez
19-33-______ Casino. All bouts will be pre-matched. M SERNA COO
For pre-matching contact Carlos Ruiz at 805-868-9875
Saturday Oct. 5 1:00 PM Eddie Heredia* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 5127
19-33-______ E. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90022. For information contact
Staff at 323-267-24134.
Sunday Oct. 6 1:00 PM Foothill Jeopardy* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 11844
19-33-______ Glenoaks Blvd., San Fernando, CA 91340. Weigh-ins are from 9 to
10:30 AM. For information contact Gary Sarmiento at 818-485-0636
(Sat-Sat Oct 5-12 Eastern Elite Qualifier, Columbus, Ohio)
Saturday Oct. 12 1:00 PM LB4LB* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 1110 S. La Cienega
19-33-______ Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035. Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM. For
information contact Miesha or Terry Claybon at 310-652-5011.
Sunday Oct. 13 1:00 PM Coronel Jr* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 12341 Foothill
19-33-_______ Blvd., Sylmar, CA 91342. Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM. For
Information contact Ismael Coronel at 818-624-4675.
Friday* Oct. 18 7:00 PM Brigade Elite* Boxing Club is holding a show at the Thompson Teen Ctr.
at 651 N. Mount Vernon Ave., Colton, CA 92324.
19-33-_______ Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM.
For information contact Kenny Finister at 951-445-6524
Saturday Oct. 19 1:00 PM The Rock* Boxing Club is holding a show at their club at 416 West
19-33- ______ Torrance Blvd., Carson, CA 90014. Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM
For information contact Elvis Arroyo at 310-341-9640.
Sunday Oct. 20 1:00 PM G2G* Pomona is holding a show at their club at 637 West Holt Ave.,
19-33-_______ Pomona, CA 91768. Weigh-ins are from 9 to 10:30 AM
For information contact Ernesto Mercado at 909-417-9504.
Thursday Oct. 24 (if needed) Silver Gloves District Tournament will be held at the Compton YAL
Friday Oct. 25 6:00 PM at 700 North Alameda St., Compton, CA 90221
Saturday Oct. 26 12:00 Noon This tournament is for males and females, age groups: 8, 9/10
Sunday Oct. 27 11:00 AM 11/12, 13/14 & (15/16 might be added this year).
There isn’t any separate novice division.
19-33-______ Age determination date is Jan. 1, 2019. Last day for applications is
Saturday, October 19. The draw will be held on Monday, October 21
Weigh-ins are at 3 PM on Friday and at 7 AM on Saturday & Sunday.
Mail entry forms and fee to Joe Zanders, PO Box 4414, Long Beach,
CA 90804. For applications go to www.coachjoezanders.com
Sat-Sun* Nov. 2-3 Registration for National PAL Last Chance Qualifier at Oxnard.
Mon* Nov. 4 MORE INFO COMING SOON 13/14 15/16 17/18 19/40 OPEN ONLY
Tues-Sat* Nov. 5-9 National PAL Last Chance Qualifier at Oxnard, CA
Sun* Nov. 10 National PAL recovery and get-away day
Friday Nov. 15 1:00 PM Arlanza* Boxing Club is holding a show.
Saturday Nov. 16 1:00 PM Highlanders* Boxing Club is holding a show.
Sunday Nov. 17 1:00 PM Coronel JR.* Boxing Club is holding a show
Sat Nov 23 Teamsters* Annual Thanksgiving Show 19-33-23377
Sun Nov 24 Chino* Annual Thanksgiving Show.
Sat/Sun Nov. 30/ Dec. 1 Thanksgiving Weekend – No shows
(Sat-Sat December – (to be announced) 2020 Olympic Trials. At a site to be determined)
Sat Dec. 7 Coach and Official’s Clinic and Annual Meeting and Sanction
Lottery at a site to be announced.
Sunday Dec. 8 1:00 PM Brigada Elite* Boxing Club is holding a show
Sat/Sun Dec 14-15 Silver Gloves State at Compton YAL, Compton, CA
WAITING LIST FOR SHOWS:
Club Days and Min. Notice Contact Phone Number
Arlanza Sat in Sept – 30 days Lucie Juarez 951-351-6450
Villegas Park Oct 26 – 120 days Veronica Cortez 951-826-2577
Pacoima Sat/Sun – 30 days Andres de la Hoya 818-378-6977
Coachella Sat/Sun – 30 days Marcos Caballero 760-601-0660
Jackie Robinson Pk. Sat – 30 days William Champion 661-210-9444
The Rock Nov 16 – 30 days Elvis Arroyo 301-341-9640
Brigada Elite Sat/Sun – 30 days Kenny Finister 951-445-6524
High Desert Sat/Sun – 30 days Javier Castro 760-2194940
Notes: 1. When a show is canceled, we call the first club on the list and give them 48 hours to OK the date.
If they don’t OK it in 48 hours, we continue through the list until it is taken.
2. Clubs that indicate that they only want a specific day, month or minimum amount of weeks to get ready
will not be called until a canceled show fits their needs
3 Clubs that do not return show calls in 48 hours will be moved to the bottom of the list.
Clubs must be registered, and have all LBC fees paid, to stay on the list.
Clubs on waiting list that are not registered as of 6-2-19:
BOUNCED CHECKS – 2012 – 2018
Check issued by: Ck# Date Memo on check Ck Fee $Due
Sandra Gonzalez 442 01-15-12 Coach registration 98 110
Jason Patterson 114 01-26-14 108 12 120
Jason Patterson 118 01-28-14 Steven Lugo Ath. reg. 18 12 30
Darryle Porter 1565 03-14-15 100 12 112 Jamora coach passbook & dup book fee 03-08-16 same-day mail fee 39 39
Crossroads, Bernie Valenzuela 7288 05-28-16 N/A,Club,San, 2day 714 12 726
Boxing 2000 – Illegal shows (AKA Castaneda, Counter-Point)
House of Champions – Illegal shows
Pure Potential/Western Pro – Financial Report for show on 1-14-14
Rise Above – Incomplete financial report for show on 6-8-19.
SANCTION FEES DUE:
High Desert Boxing Late cancellation fee for canceled show on 8-3-13 $50
Aztec Dragons Glove rental fee for show on 8-1-14 $25
Young Champions LBC fee for 2nd day for show on 8-8 & 10-14 – 2015 $25
Crossroads LBC fee for 2nd day for show on 9-19 & 11-14 – 2016 $25
NEW RULES FOR MATCHED BOUTS
FOR 2019 SHOWS AND TOURNAMENTS Revised 8-25-19
BASED ON USA BOXING RULES REFERENCE CHART – GUIDE FOR MAKING MATCHES AT THE LOCAL LEVEL (Feb, 13, 2019 USA Boxing Email)
AGE BASED ON DATE OF BIRTH – 24 MONTH MAXIMUM FOR JO’S
8 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 9 YEARS OLD
9 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 11 YEARS OLD AND DOWN TO 8 YEARS OLD (24 months max. diff)
10-15 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 2 YEARS OLDER AND 2 YEARS YOUNGER (24 months max. diff)
15 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 17* YEARS OLD AND DOWN TO 13 YEARS OLD (11/19/17 rule chg.)
16 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 17 YEARS OLD AND DOWN TO 14 YEARS OLD (24 months max. diff)
17 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 18* YEARS OLD AND DOWN TO 15* YEARS OLD (11/19/17 rule chg.)
18 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 40 YEARS OLD AND DOWN TO 17 YEARS OLD
19 YEARS OLD CAN BOX UP TO 40 YEARS OLD AND DOWN TO 18 YEARS OLD
MALE AND FEMALE WEIGHTS:
8-16 101 lbs and under 5 lbs max between boxers WEIGH-INS: Need current passbook
8-16 102 to 119 7 lbs max between boxers HEADGEAR: USA Boxing approved label
8-16 120 to 138 9 lbs max between boxers BRACES: Completed waiver in passbook
11-16 139 to 176 12 lbs max between boxers CLEAN SHAVEN: Yes, including mustache
8,9,10 125+ 9 lbs max between boxers FEMALES 18+ Must complete female waiver
11,12 138+ 9 lbs max between boxers FEMALES 18- Parent must complete waiver
13,14 – 154+ & 15,16 – 176+ 12 lbs max, & 15,16 No limit ALL BOXERS: Complete pre-bout physical
MALE WEIGHTS EXHIBITION BOUTS: Prohibited!
17-40 108 to 114 6 lbs max between boxers HEADGEAR: Open face or cheek protector
17-40 115 to 132 8 lbs max between boxers
17-40 133 to 165 10 lbs max between boxers
17-40 166 to 201 15 lbs max between boxers TOURNAMENT WEIGHTS
17-40 201+ No Limit PEE WEE BANTAM INTER
35 and up Masters Same as 17-40 Male 8, 9, 10 11, 12 13, 14
5 lbs increments 5 lbs increments 5 lbs increments
FEMALE WEIGHTS: up to 95 lbs up to 95 lbs up to 95 lbs
17-40 106 to 125 8 lbs max between boxers 101, 106, 110 101, 106, 110 101, 106, 110
17-40 126 to 152 10 lbs max between boxers 114, 119, 125 114, 119, 125 114, 119, 125
17-40 153 to 178 15 lbs max between boxers 125+ 132, 138, 138+ 132, 138, 145
17-40 178+ No Limit 154, 154+,
35 and up Master Same as 17-40 Female
ROUNDS AND TIME – MALE & FEMALE: JUNIOR YOUTH MEN ELITE MEN
8-12 3 – 1 Minute 15, 16 17, 18 19 TO 40
13-14 3 – 1.5 Minute or less 90, 95 domestic 108, 114, 123 108, 114, 123
15-16 3 – 2 Minute or less 101,106,110 132, 141, 152 132, 141, 152
17-18 3 – 3 Minute or less – 114, 119, 125 165, 178, 201 165, 178, 201
18-40 3 – 3 Minute or less 132, 138, 145 201+ 201+
35 and up 3 – 2 Minute or less 154, 165, 176
8-40 10, 12, or 16oz ELITE MEN* MASTERS YOUTH WOMEN
8-40 142 lbs and above: 12 or 16oz 19 TO 40 35 and up ELITE WOMEN 35 and up Masters – 16 oz 114*, 125*, 138* 108,114,123 17, 18 & 19 to 40
152*, 165*. 178* 132, 141, 152 106*, 112, 119*
REFEREE EIGHT COUNT: 3 Max in a round and 4 in a bout 201*, 201+* New 165, 178, 201 125, 132, 141*
Olympic Weights. 201+ 152, 165, 178*, 178+ HANDWRAPS: 49 feet of 2” gauze and 16 feet of 1” tape NewOlympic wts
No tape on knuckles – ¼” tape between knuckles okay. No tape or “under wrap” under gauze.
Valpeau handwraps: 8.2 to 16.7 feet of stretchy cotton, 2.2” wide with Velcro closure – No tape except for strip for signing