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Crusaders’ Christmas Basketball Invitational rolls along this past Thursday

It was a busy day in high school athletics this past Thursday afternoon. The Crusaders’ Christmas Basketball Invitational continued to heat up at the St. George’s Gymnasium, while a junior boys champion was crowned in the Grand Bahama Secondary School Athletic Association: Churhill Tener-Knowles High School Softball League. Jack Hayward Wildcats prowl to a 2-0…
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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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Agape Christian School flourishing under Stephan Johnson

STEPHAN JOHNSON Agape Christian Eagles, Head Coach

MARSH HARBOR, ABACO – Agape Christian School, home of the Eagles, is trending toward becoming a household name among schools in the Family Island as it relates to competition. Slowly, but surely the institution is building a reputation to give other teams in Abaco and in The Bahamas a sure run for their money. Led…
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High School Volleyball Nationals set to take place in Grand Bahama

VOLLEYBALL NATIONALS SET –The 2017 National High School Volleyball Championships are set and ready for November 16-18 at the St. George’s Gymnasium. On hand for the announcement, seated from left to right were, Leslie Newton Principal/Vice Principal’s Association secretary, Vernon Grant, Castaways representative, Eastern District Superintendent for the MOE Yvonne Ward, MOE Sports Administrator Evon Wisdom, Stephanie Higgs (GBSSAA) and Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Sports and Recreation officer Narissa Lockhart-Saunders. Standing left to right, Tabernacle Falcons senior boys’ head coach Jeffery Dakari, St. George’s Jaguars senior girls’ coach Jerome Strachan, LIS senior girls’ coach Nigel Kirkby and Jack Hayward Wildcats senior boys coach Desmond Hall.

The High School Volleyball Season will reach it’s climax next week, as the créme de le créme of Senior High School Volleyball Programs battle to determine who are, indeed, the top boys and girls’ programs in the nation. After last year’s cancellation, the National High School Volleyball Championship Tournament returns November 16-18 at the St.…
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