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Jonquel Jones takes prime awards in Korean League

Bahamian center/forward Jonquel Jones was presented the top awards during a recent WKBL ceremony. She is pictured with MVP

The womensbasketball247 online site in highlighting the Women’s Korean Basketball League awards ceremony captured the wide body of work done by Bahamian center/forward Jonquel Jones for the Woori Bank Wibee team.   “In her first season overseas Jonquel Jones brought home plenty of hardware at today’s Korean League awards ceremony. After leading her team to…
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Grand Bahama dominates in high school basketball

 After they failed to win the inaugural championship last year the St George’s Jaguars bounced back to defeat the number one seeded Tabernacle Falcons 61-53 to take the senior boys’ Bahamas National Basketball Championship crown.

At least for now, Grand Bahama reigns supreme at the highest level of high school basketball. The male players are the marquee athletes in high school basketball and Grand Bahama owns the Hugh Campbell crown and also the National Championship.   What is most noteworthy is the fact that once the final for the boys…
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Format for Basketball Nationals still evolving

Fred Sturrup

There are no valid complaints, in my view, that can be made regarding the countrywide flavor of the Bahamas National High School Basketball Championships, at this time. National ingredients are in place for sure.   Suggestions are in order, no, but not complaints.   The category of boys teams from the Family Islands along with…
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Top Bahamian athletes to surface for new track season in Grenada

Fred Sturrup

The last notable world sighting of Alonzo Russell, Steven Gardiner and Jeffery Gibson was at last year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.   Russell and Gardiner were two of that foursome, inclusive of Chris Brown and Michael Mathieu, which maintained the successful tradition of The Bahamas by capturing the 1600 meters relay bronze medal…
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