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Shadasha "Sweets" Green
Wins National Championship
January 2015 - All in attendance on January 25th at the Spokane Resort Quest USA National Championships witnessed the perfect combination of agility, power, evasiveness & explosiveness in the final bout of the session. Shadasha “Sweets” Green entered the ring with fire in her eyes and victory in her heart. Her opponent, Krystal Dixon held the current position on team USA at 178+ weight class. 

The two warriors met previously in an evening boxing event held in Patterson, New Jersey back in 2013. With the house packed with eager boxing fans, Sweets faced her seasoned opponent her very first time in the ring. The matchmaker, Ed Leahy offered the championship belt to the winner of this female bout. Sweets dominated the seasoned Krystal Dixon. Dixon having several bouts under her belt as well as being the New York State Golden Glove Champion, clearly wasn’t expecting the power and poise from a sub-novice level boxer. Sweets took control of the bout in the opening round, showing no signs of being a first time competitor. Her coach, Barry Porter, instructed from the corner as fans came to their feet in awe of the display of talent. Sweets took the victory and proudly displayed the championship belt. 

“Sweets” is new to the world of Olympic style boxing yet well known in the circle of Women’s basketball. Her resume is an outstanding one and her accomplishments are stellar.

Sweets led Eastside high to its sixth consecutive Passaic County Tournament Championship, North 1, Group 4 section title and a trip to the Group 4 finals. Awarded the Passaic County Tournament Most Valuable Player, three-time First Team All-Area and All-Passaic County, she finished her career with an astounding 1,437 points. Ms. Green was selected to play in the North-South All Star game, averaging 21 points and 5 rounds during her senior campaign. She scored 25 points in a comeback against North Bergen high for the Sectional title and 24 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter, in the Group 4 semi-finals against Perth Amboy. The Ghosts finished with a 26-4 overall mark and # 8 ranking in the Star-Ledger Top 20. Sweets averaged 15 points and five rebounds during her junior season while leading Eastside to achieve a 25-5 record and # 9 ranking in The Star-Ledger Top 20 as a junior in high school. Sweets was named to the 2007, 2006, and 2005 WGHT All-Area Girls Basketball Team, netting a career-high 30 points in the Lady Ghosts win over Wayne Hills and notched a 20-point effort in North 1. From 2007-2011, she was a college standout at the Old Dominion University.   {More}
Davila and Awesome Win Gold in Ukraine
July 2013 - Team USA’s two Team Captains claimed gold at the Makar Mazai Memorial in Mariupol, Ukraine on Saturday. Light flyweight Leroy Davila (New Brunswick, N.J.) and super heavyweight Cam F. Awesome (Lenexa, Kansas) both defeated host nation boxers from Ukraine to take the third straight international gold medals. 

Awesome won his third straight bout in Ukraine to win the gold medal, which he will add to his USA Boxing National Championships, National Golden Gloves, Cheo Aponte and Olympic Cup titles in 2013. The U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Men’s Boxing champion in 2011, Awesome hopes to finish his run to the Olympic Games in 2016.  . . {More}
Sadasha "Sweets" Green WINS Boxing Championship