Recent Posts by FN Sports Reporter Shayne Stubbs

Panthers claim GBSSAA Junior Girls’ Crown

The Sister Mary Patricia Russell Panthers found another way to reign supreme in a junior girls’ championship. This past Wednesday, the Panthers cemented their status as the top junior girls basketball team of 2018 when they claimed the Grand Bahama Secondary School Athletic Association: Derek Nesbitt/Obie Wilchcombe junior girls’ title. The Panthers faced a familiar…
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Falcons get it done on the court and in the classroom

MORE THAN JUST ATHLETES – The Tabernacle Falcons are not just excelling on the court, but they are doing so in the classroom. The Falcons’ starting five all have five or more BGCSE to their credit. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Without question there are a number of athletes in the country that embody the true identity of a student-athlete. The Tabernacle Falcons are among that group that shine center stage when the game is on the line, all while ensuring they make the grade in the process. It was recently brought to The Freeport News’…
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Road to GBBA championship begins

FROM DEEP — Senardo McIntosh rises up to drill home a three in Old Bahama Bay’s rout of West Grand Bahama in game one of the Grand Bahama Basketball Association’s Division two play-offs this past Friday at the St. George’s Gymnasium. McIntosh poured in 16 points to lead Old Bahama Bay. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Grand Bahama Basketball Association’s play-offs are in full gear! Game one in divisions one and two got underway this past Friday, March 9 at the St. George’s Gymnasium. In Division two Old Bahama Bay rolled to a convincing game one victory in their best of five series. Meanwhile, the BTC Ringers also took a…
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Grand Bahama to host Durward Knowles Sailing Championship for the first time

JUNIOR SAILING TIME AGAIN – The third annual Sir Durward Knowles National Junior Sail- ing Championships makes it’s way to Grand Bahama this com- ing April 6-7 at Taino Beach. It will be the first time that Grand Bahama hosts the tournament named after the late pioneer. Pictured left to right are GB Homecoming and Regatta committee chairman Chervita Campbell, race director Robert Dunkley, Ministry of Agricul- ture’s Assistant Secretary Cin- dy Gape, First Assistant Sec- retary Anya Symonette, race director Dallas Knowles and Regatta Desk Manager Barry Wilmott. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

The third annual Sir Durward Knowles National Junior Sailing Championship is coming to Grand Bahama. For the first time in the Championship’s short history, Grand Bahama will play host to over 100 junior sailors this coming April 6-7, 2018 at Taino Beach. Cindy Gape of the Ministry of Agriculture and Regatta Desk, along with race…
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