Officiating advancement significant in expansion of nation’s sports brand


Recently, Sharon “The General” Storr went public with his “serious” concern about the inadequate officiating within the national basketball fraternity. With few exceptions, he said, basketball referees are in need of an upgrade in “knowledge” of the game; the ongoing adjustments to rules utilized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the International Basketball…
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GB teams crack Top 10

GOING AFTER IT – Wildcats’ McKell Bethel, right, is pictured in a possession battle for the ball against a C. I. Gibson Rattlers’ player out of New Providence.

As aforementioned in Monday, September 18’s article in regards to the St. Georges’ Jaguars gearing up to defend their crown as national champions, predictions and preseason rankings are all a part of the hype when it comes to high school hoops around the country. Adding more to the build was a September feature by the…
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National Champion Jaguars ready for rebuild and test during the upcoming season

St. Georges’ Jaguars, Head Coach

The St. Georges’ Jaguars redeemed their 2016 Bahamas National High School Basketball Championship (BNHSBC) loss back in March when they knocked off the top-seeded Tabernacle Falcons. During their 2015-2016 campaign the Jaguars faced a season where they went through ups and downs. But by the time the 2016 BNHSBC came around the team peaked at…
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Waterkeepers Bahamas dives into summer supporting Swim Programs

Diving into action – Waterkeepers Bahamas supports Freeport Aquatics Club (FAC) as part of its mission to bring awareness of the need to preserve a fragile marine environment. Pictured from left to right Grand Bahama Coastal Waterkeepers and Save The Bays Chairman Joe Darville, FAC Head Coach Albert ‘Bert’ Bell, Waterkeepers Bahamas Executive Director Rashema Ingraham and FAC super star and assistant coach Ashton Knowles.

Two swim programs in Grand Bahama got a welcome boost this week with donations from Waterkeepers Bahamas, the local licensee of the world’s largest and fastest-growing non-profit solely focused on clean water. “We were pleased to show our support for the Freeport Aquatics Club, which has been such a powerful force in teaching discipline and…
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