Toledo’s Jones moves on to Olympic quarterfinals with win

The Southpaw Toledo beat Mexico in first match, next match this Friday against the Dominican Republic
Published: Jul. 27, 2021 at 7:11 AM EDT
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TOKYO (WTVG) - Toledo’s Oshae Jones has won her first match at the Tokyo Olympics, beating Mexico’s Brianda Cruz Sandoval in a women’s welterweight qualifying round boxing match on Tuesday.

Jones won a 3-2 decision, out-pointing Cruz 143-142.

Jones is the first female boxer from Ohio to represent USA Boxing in the Olympic Games, and the first female welterweight to represent the country in an Olympics as well.

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Jones’ next match will be against the Dominican Republic’s Maria Moronta in the quarterfinal round at 5:03 a.m. EST on Friday. Moronta defeated Myriam Da Silva of Canada 5-0 on Tuesday.

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