Recent Posts by FN Sports Reporter Shayne Stubbs

Tip-off Classic championship set!

HOT HAND — Juvens “Juicy” Loucious, right, buried five three pointers and finished with 18 points to help lead the Sunland Stingers over the Jack Hayward Wildcats, 53-49 this past Saturday, January 18 during the Grand Bahama Secondary School Athletics Association (GBSSAA) Pizza Hut Tip-Off Basketball Classic semifinals. The Stingers will face the Tabernacle Falcons tonight, January 20, in the championship at the St. George’s Gymnasium beginning at 6:00 p.m. (PHOTOS: SHAYNE STUBBS)

For the second straight year, the Sunland Stingers and Tabernacle Falcons will meet to decide who will claim those coveted championship rings for the Grand Bahama Secondary School Athletics Association(GBSSAA) Pizza Hut Tip-Off Basketball Classic.  Dubbed the ‘Battle of the Baptist (schools),’ the Falcons appear motivated to not only trump the Stingers for the second…
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GBFFL moving on with season amid challenges

MOVING FORWARD – The Grand Bahama Flag Football League is actively working toward its upcoming season amid challenges presented in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. The season is expected to kick-off this coming March. Pictured is Rowland Stuart of the Grand Bahama Power Chargers, making a move on Kyle Grant of the Royalty and Respect Rock Boyz during last year’s GBFFL men’s championship game. (PHOTO: GBFFL)

The Grand Bahama Flag Football League (GBFFL) is one of many of the sporting organizations that suffered at the hands of Hurricane Dorian, however, that challenge will not hinder this year’s season. League President Vincent Marshall has come forward with news that there will be a 2020 season, which will kick-off in March. Meanwhile, the…
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HOYTES moving forward with Geneva Rutherford Tournament

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS – The HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) Geneva Rutherford Girls’ Basketball Tournament celebrates 21 years this coming February 19-22 at the St. George’s Gymnasium. Pictured, with ball, the Bishop Michel Eldon Warriors’ Arjene Stubbs drives through lane during last year’s senior girls’ championship versus the St. George’s Jaguars. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) Geneva Rutherford Basketball Tournament has been at the forefront of displaying local girls’ basketball talents for 20 years.  This coming February, 19-22, will be no exception as the Annual Girls’ Classic celebrates 21 years of existence, on the island, at the St. George’s Gymnasium. The tournament…
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GBA Flames victorious!

SHINING BRIGHT – Brandi Finley, pictured with ball, was named the primary school girls’ Most Valuable Player (MVP) after the Grand Bahama Academy Flames defeated the West End Sharks in the Grand Bahama Primary School Athletic Association Jimmy Culmer/Keith Mullings Primary School Basketball League championship on Monday, January 13. Pictured standing at back, left to right, are District Superintendent at the Ministry of Education, Ivan Butler; President of the North Bahamas Conference of Seventh Day Adventists and Chairman of the School Board (GBA), Eric Clarke; Coach Stephon Forbe; Vice Principal Jeffery Jervis, Altamarae Elvies, Vice President of the Grand Bahama Principals/Vice Principals Association and Executive Secretary for North Bahamas Conference of Seventh Day Adventists, Pastor Andrew Burrows.

The Grand Bahama Primary School Athletic Association Jimmy Culmer/Keith Mullings Primary School Basketball League has been a forum for exciting games and a factory for creating lasting memories over the years.  In 2020, the association’s designated stage for primary school basketball hosted its latest, thrilling show this past Monday, January 14, at the St. George’s…
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