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High School teams prepare to battle in national volleyball Championships

The Bahamas National High School Volleyball Championships get underway today at the St. George’s and Jack Hayward Gymnasiums. Seven male and seven female teams will battle head-to-head over the next three days to determine who are the top senior boys and girls teams in the country. The championship will be determined Saturday afternoon at the St. George’s Gym. Pictured is McKell Bethel during regular season competition against the Sunland Stingers.

The Bahamas National High School Volleyball Championships event is set to begin today, and teams out of Nassau, Abaco, Bimini and Grand Bahama are all reportedly excited about participating in order to determine the top male and female teams in the country. The action is expected to get underway at both the St. George’s and…
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Abaco School Sports Association seeing steady growth annually

Christine Jenoure

The Abaco School Sports Association, as the name indicates, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of primary and secondary school athletics on the island of Abaco. It’s been a growing process for the ASSA and this year it appears things are trending upward for the island’s school athletics organization. Led by president Christine Jenoure the…
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BTC Blazers capture second place

PRESENTATION – The BTC Blazers men’s softball team met with Vice President of Customer Service for Nassau & the Family Is- lands Eldri Ferguson-Mackey this past Wednesday to present BTC with the game ball and second place trophy. The Blazers fell to the C&S Hitmen in the BSF National Round Robin Championship game. (Photos Courtesy of BTC)

The dust has settled from the Bahamas Softball Federation National Round-Robin Championship Tournament, staged just a few weeks ago. The C&S Hitmen won the men’s crown and the Sunshine Auto Lady Wildcats claimed the women’s championship. The BTC Blazers, representing Grand Bahama, went deep in the mix, into the men’s national title game but were…
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FOCOL beats Gouthro & Company on countback to win second annual Edward St. George Memorial

NEW CHAMPIONS – FOCOL came away as the top winners of the 2nd Annual Edward St. George Memorial Golf Tournament this Saturday. Holding the trophies left to right were Otto Fountain, Randy Cooper, Gizmo Moss and Tony Cooper. Grand Bahama Sport Promotion Association president Fred Sturrup, left, made the presentations. PHOTO COURTESY OF BTC)

Fifteen teams, totaling 60 players showed up in full force for the second annual Edward St. George Memorial Golf Tournament this past Saturday at the Lucayan Country Club Course. The Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association was praised for staging the event which was well-received. Gouthro & Company (G&C), which featured the team of Sean Donahue,…
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