Sports

Multiple finals to highlight final day of Primary School Island Sports

It all comes down to the fourth and final day of the 2019 Grand Bahama Primary School Athletic Association (GBPSAA) KFC/Pizza Hut Primary School Track and Field Championships. Today, April 5, champions of the Small, Middle and Big Schools will be crowned at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex. Before the top teams in each division…
Read more

Ole Miss extends contract of Yolett McPhee-McCuin Coach Yo Improved SEC Win Totals and Mentored the First Rebel All-SEC Member Since 2014-15

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss women’s basketball head coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin has agreed in principle to a new four-year contract that runs through 2023, Ole Miss Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics Ross Bjork announced on Thursday. “Coach McPhee-McCuin has been a breath of fresh air for our women’s basketball program from the moment she stepped…
Read more

The Freeport News’: Sports Week in Review

GOOD TO BE HOME – The Special Olympics Bahamas team that competed at the 2019 Special Olympics World Games returned home this past Saturday and were celebrated upon their arrival. Pictured at front, left to right, are Unified Partners for the seven-a-side soccer team, Donte Singh and Jordan Lewis, respectively, The Beacon School’s Principal TiTi McKenzie-Moss and seven-a-side soccer player Dennis Maycock. Pictured at center, left to right are District Superintendent for West Grand Bahama at the Ministry of Education Ivan Butler, seven-a-side soccer players Xavier Rolle and Dwayne Romer, respectively, and Special Olympics Area Coordinator Cheryl Hurst. Pictured at back, left to right, is Bocce player Stephen Russell and Soccer Head Coach Terry Wildgoose.

The Bahamas National High School Track and Field Championships climaxed with the Tabernacle Falcons finishing third overall in the senior division.  Special Olympics Bahamas returned home to a well-deserved celebration after their performances over in Abu Dhabi at the 2019 Special Olympics World Games.  The 2019 Bahamas National High School Basketball Championship is officially underway…
Read more

The Freeport News’: Sports Week in Review

GOLDEN FINISH – The pair of Grand Bahamian Stephen Russell, left, and Latonya Moss, right, captured the gold medal in Bocce doubles this past Wednesday, March 20 at the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi.

The Special Olympics Bahamas closed out the 2019 World Games held in Abu Dhabi on a high note with a few more medal performances.  Six Grand Bahamians opened up the 2019 High School Track and Field Nationals with gold medal efforts in New Providence.  The 2019 National High School Basketball Championships pools were officially released…
Read more

Pin It on Pinterest