Bergen County P.A.L. Boxing

The bergen county police athletic league (PAL) Boxing program is dedicated to providing a safe and fun environment for local youth to experience the personal benefits that come from boxing

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ABOUT OUR BOXING PROGRAM
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PAL Boxing Ring in Hackensack, NJ

Boxing director Don Somerville runs the boxing program and is the mentor for the SAP (Suspension Alternative Program).

Upcoming Events
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New Jersey Golden Gloves 2018

Hackensack High School
Saturday March 24th, 7 p.m. sharp

$20 General / $30 Ringside

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For Additional Information, Contact Don S. @ 201-665-3665

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Aadam Ali wins Golden Gloves national crown

Hackensack boxing program touts rapid growth
The Record, June 5 2013
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Peter Roldan, 19, of Englewood, left, and Aadam Ali, 15, of Teaneck training at the Bergen County PAL boxing gym.

HACKENSACK – When the Bergen Police Athletic League hosts the Night of Champions boxing event Friday, it’ll offer more than good competition.

The third annual event also will showcase the league’s growing boxing program, which has been revived over the past three years with new direction and leadership.

When Don Somerville took over as director in 2010, the boxing program had nine people, he said. More than 90 young people train there now. The gym has become a second home to many of the kids and teens, who have learned discipline and commitment through boxing.

“It’s more of a family. It’s not just about fighting,” said Jamir Cope, 17, a senior at Teaneck High School, who trains there every day after school………….

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