JO Forms

Download “2018-JO-ENTRY-FORM-2.pdf” 2018-JO-ENTRY-FORM-2.pdf – Downloaded 120 times – 75 KB

Download “2018 SC JO Tournament Fact Sheet” 2018-Regional-JO-Fact-Sheet-1.pdf – Downloaded 187 times – 279 KB


2018 State JO Tournament


Our LBC is now taking bids for our 2018  State JO Tournament. The bid process will be as follows:

The minimum Bid will be $ 500.00

Mail your sealed bids to SCLBC President Andrew Stokes at  P.O. Box 25422 Columbia SC 29224 byMarch 14th, 2018

Please write  JO Bid on the  back side of the envelope. 

All envelopes will be opend on March 15th, 2018 in the presence of at least two officers and anyone else wishing to be present.

The winning bid will be awarded the rights to host the 2018 JO tournament

If you are awarded the rights to the tournament, you will have until midnight March 20, 2018, to pay your bid or the next highest bid will be awarded the tournament


The Regional J.O.’s will be held on May 10th– 13th in Florida.

Andrew Stokes



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Larry Frazier Inducted in to two Halls of Fame

Congratulations to Larry Frazier. He was inducted into the Carolina Boxing Hall of Fame April, 2016 and he was also inducted in the Marine Corp Hall of Fame April 1, 2017 at Camp Lejune, NC. The Mayor of the City of Hartsville, South Carolina has also proclaimed May 16, 2017 as “Larry Frazier day”. Congratulations again for a job well done.

Level I officials classes now online !

March 1, 2017


Dear Officials and Coaches,

USA Boxing’s Referee & Judges Commission is pleased to announce that online certification and re-certification for Level I Officials is now available! Anyone who is interested in becoming a level I official (or if you’re already a level I official and need to recertify), you may do so online. You do not have to attend an in-person clinic as a level I. However, if you prefer in person clinics offered by your LBC, you still have that option.
Please note that the online officials’ certification is for new or recertifying level I officials only. Level II and Level III officials cannot take the online test at this time.

The online exam is fair, but will challenge the knowledge of the official. Use the resources available on the USA Boxing website to study before taking the online exam. Officials must pass the course with an 80% or better. If you do not pass the first time, you won’t be able to take the test again for 72 hours.

We hope that having this online certification available for level I officials will encourage more of our members to become officials.

In addition, for those officials who want to become judges, we have created a National Preparation and Certification Pathway for New Judges. We are always striving to recruit more officials and upgrade the training of our existing officials, and we hope this new pathway for judges will encourage more participation.

The new National Pathway outlines the steps a new official completes to become a judge. By standardizing this process, all potential officials, from any and all LBCs, understand exactly what’s required to judge USA Boxing bouts.

The Pathway requires a newly registered and certified official to communicate with their LBC Chief of Officials (COO), and their COO will then monitor the new judge as they shadow experienced judges. Once the COO determines that the new judge is capable, the new judge will be able to judge bouts on their own.

To support the COOs in their mentoring process, the USA Boxing R&J Commission is providing LBC COOs with a liaison.

Once a Level I has taken the online exam, they must inform their LBC Chief of Officials, and shadow experienced judges at local events until the COO believes they are competent to judge on their own.

Attached you’ll find two documents: 2017 National Pathway document and Frequently Asked Questions.

The R&J Commission is always looking for new avenues for officials to learn and retain knowledge. Currently, this Pathway is for judges only. If you want to clerk or be a timekeeper, contact your COO and they can arrange for some “on the job training” until you are proficient in those areas. For those who want to referee, don’t expect to be allowed to referee right after you get your level I certification. It takes extensive knowledge along with being proficient in all other areas (clerk, timer, & judge) before being allowed to ref.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.


Shawn Reese
Chair, USA Boxing R&J Commission


2017 South Carolina Golden Gloves Champions

Congratulations to our 2017 Golden Gloves Champions. These boxers will represent South Carolina in the 2017 Southern Golden Gloves (Regional) Championships.

Ernie Cuevas 123lb Greenville Boxing Club
Victorino Gonzalez 132lb Unattached
Jaylon Pridgeon 141lb Robinson- Neal Boxing Academy
Quanderis Arnold 152lb Greenville Boxing Club
DeAundre Pettus 165lb Main Event Boxing Gym
Kendrix Miller 178lb Exzel Elite Boxing Club
Vaughn Williams 201lb Greenville Boxing Club

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