Recent Posts by FN Sports Reporter Shayne Stubbs

Junior boys semifinals set in GBSSAA volleyball play-offs

CHAMPS MOVE ON — The defending junior boys champions of the GBSSAA: Oriel Knowles/Rozena Nesbitt High School Volleyball League, the BMES Warriors, pictured left, moved past the Sister Mary Patricia Russell Panthers during the quarterfinals, contested this past Monday, November 11 at the St. George’s Gymnasium.

The Bishop Michael Eldon Warriors, St. George’s Jaguars, Sunland Stingers, and Tabernacle Falcons each moved one step closer to the finals of the GBSSAA: Oriel Knowles/Rozena Nesbitt High School Volleyball Championship this past Tuesday, November 11.  The Warriors took on the Falcons, while the Stingers went up against the Jaguars yesterday, November 13, to determine…
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Bucs, Falcons, and Warriors advance past quarterfinals

SOARING ON – The Tabernacle Falcons, left, defeated the St. George’s Jaguars, right, to advance into the semifinals of the GBSSAA: Oriel Knowles/Rozena Nesbitt Volleyball High School Volleyball play-offs.

The quarterfinals of the GBSSAA: Oriel Knowles/Rozena Nesbitt Volleyball High School Volleyball play-offs got off to a blazing hot start this past Friday, November 8 and set up what should be an interesting pair of semifinal clashes.  The top senior boys teams went head-to-head as their journey to this year’s title commenced. The number three…
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Rigby commends YMCA’s Tennis Academy’s players

JUNIORS AT WORK – Junior tennis players at the YMCA Tennis Academy, instructed by McArthur Rigby, are pictured hard at work this past Thursday afternoon. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The YMCA Tennis Academy is back in operation following the passage of Hurricane Dorian back in September and tennis coach McArthur Rigby said the kids are, “strongly progressing.”  The programme focuses on girls and boys ages six to 11, with sessions taking place Monday-Thursday shortly after 3:00 p.m.  Rigby recently took notice of his pupils’…
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Buddy Hield looking to build off last season averages

Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield (24) dribbles the ball down court during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the New York Knicks in New York, Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Although his 2019 season averages are slightly down from last year’s figures, Chavano ‘Buddy’ Hield hopes to strongly build upon last year’s break-out season. So far, Hield is averaging 17.1 points per game (ppg), down from his career-high 20.7 ppg posted last year. He is also shooting just 40.5 percent from the field, and a…
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