Tomari Martial Arts trainer Don Arnott

Boxers winners at Bronze Gloves

Jared Arnott, Dan Baxter and Richie Rae of Tomari Martial Arts all won their divisions at the Oct. 8-9 event in Richmond.

Three local fighters passed a test of mettle and won at the B.C. Bronze Gloves.

Jared Arnott, Dan Baxter and Richie Rae won their divisions at the Oct. 8 event in Richmond. Arnott, making his return to the ring after being away from the sport for a decade, won his 147-pound division via unanimous decision. Rae won his 160-pound class by unanimous decision and Baxter knocked out his opponent in the first round in the 195-pound class.

The fighters qualify for B.C. Silver Gloves in Victoria on Oct. 22; Tomari fighters Josh Shepherd and Quinn Day will also compete at that event. For ticket information, please call 778-655-0517.

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