Brothers Gabriel and Raphael Ruelas of North Hollywood’s Ten Goose Boxing stable each won decisive bouts in the bantamweight division Tuesday at the Showboat Hotel in Las Vegas.
Raphael Ruelas (3-0) knocked out San Diego’s Adolpho Maya (2-1) 2 minutes, 30 seconds into the first round of a scheduled four-round bout.
Gabriel Ruelas (9-0) won a unanimous decision in his four-round bout with Josefino Suarez (8-5) of Los Angeles.
This week’s East Valley League games between Poly High and Grant have been rescheduled because of a conflict with two memorial services scheduled for longtime Grant teacher Hal Arthur, 60, who was shot and killed outside his Sherman Oaks home Friday.
The games will be played on Wednesday at Poly and Friday at Grant. Both games start at 3 p.m.
Seven Valley-area players are among 48 players scheduled to take part in a high school basketball doubleheader at Valley College on April 9 beginning at 1 p.m.
The games are sponsored by Dana and David Pump of Northridge and will feature high school seniors who have not signed national letters of intent.
The first day seniors can sign with colleges is April 12.
Valley-area players selected to participate include Jeff Garner of Rio Mesa, Jason Henderson of Faith Baptist, Brian Jones of Notre Dame, Nick Sanderson of Bell-Jeff, Randy Brown of Kennedy and Alvin Brown and Johnny Johnson of Granada Hills.