LAYTON -- Ogden heavyweight Valente Tinajero, at age 33, possessed better boxing skills than Los Angeles slugger Geovanni Sarran, 24. However, Sarran (4-5-1 overall), used his youth, a constant attack and swarms of punches to upset Tinajero (8-5), who was fighting for the first time in 30 months, on Saturday night at the Davis Conference Center.On the rare occasions that he could get space on Sarran, Tinajero, 224 pounds, scored easily. But throughout the bout Sarran, 214.5 pounds, got off first with his punches and kept the fight in close quarters, being busier. The scores after six rounds were 60-55, 60-54 and 58-56. The Standard-Examiner gave the nod to Sarran by a 58-56 tally.In the semi-main event at the Conference Center, Clearfield welterweight Eddie Cordova, at 146 pounds, scored a tough unanimous six-round win over Luis Hernandez, of San Bernadino, Calif. Cordova (4-4) used his experience to maintain a slight but consistent punching advantage over his opponent (2-3). Scores were 58-56, 60-55 and 59-55. The Standard-Examiner had Cordova winning 59-56.