Nelson’s Stryder Sutton celebrates after winning at the Tacoma Gold Gloves last weekend. Photo submitted

Four Nelson boxers, four titles at Tacoma Gold Gloves

Stryder Sutton, Riel Martinez, Leah Eberle and Makalu Babott each won

Nelson’s Stryder Sutton and Riel Martinez each won titles at the Tacoma Golden Gloves last weekend.

Sutton earned a split decision win against Tacoma’s Martez Holland in the junior B 75-pound division for the title, then won a rematch against Holland the next day by unanimous decision.

Martinez meanwhile defeated Fernando Reyes of Beaverton, Ore., in the junior B106-bound division in a fast-paced fight.

Nelson’s Leah Eberle and Makalu Babott also won titles in walkovers. Eberle was unopposed in the youth girls 119-pound class. She moved up a weight class and lost a close decision to North Vancouver’s Emma Suttle.

Babott meanwhile was unopposed in the junior C 90-pound division.

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