Tabernacle Academy Falcons capture 1st Gladstone “Moon” McPhee Trophy

FLYING HIGH – The Tabernacle Falcons overcame the Jack Hayward Wildcats, 48-37 this past Saturday at the St. George’s Gymnasium to win the Crusaders’ Christmas Basketball Tournament. Gladstone “Moon” McPhee, tournament honoree, is pictured center presenting the trophy to coaches Kevin Clarke, left, and assistant coach Quincy Gray, right. Also on the coaching staff was RJ Woodside, second left. Assisting with the presentations was Senior Vice Principal, Paula Bevans-Hanna, left of Clarke. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

In the inaugural year of the Gladstone “Moon” McPhee trophy for the Crusaders’ Christmas Basketball Tournament, the Tabernacle Falcons made sure of being the first team inscribed. To do so, Tabernacle had to face off against one of the up-and-coming teams in high school hoops. The Falcons had dropped its first game of the recently…
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Gladstone “Moon” McPhee honored at Christmas Invitational Opening Ceremony

Coach Gladstone “Moon” McPhee, center, founder of the Crusaders’ Annual Christmas Basketball Invitational was recently honored – Wednesday, December 6 – at the Wallace Groves Auditorium. In honor of the renowned coach, the Invitational Trophy was renamed in his honor and will remain so for years to come. Revealing the trophy with Moon was his wife, Daisy McPhee, also pictured at center. Joining the two, from left to right, were Sharon Storr, Daphne McKinney (BTC); current Crusaders head coach Oran McPhee; Mary Star principal, Joy Ritchie-Greene; BBF President Charles Softly Robins; former Crusader and pastor Wayne Carey and FOCOL’s Peter Adderley. (Photo: Shayne Stubbs)

The Mary, Star of the Sea Crusaders Christmas Basketball Invitational tipped off Wednesday, December 6 at the St. George’s Gymnasium, but not before the Crusaders paid homage to former coach and basketball pioneer, Gladstone “Moon” McPhee. Known as the Grand Bahama Catholic High Crusaders upon Moon’s arrival, McPhee helped the program achieve a number of…
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Pacers crowned GBPSAA Boys and Girls’ Basketball Champions

THE CHAMPS ARE HERE – Walter Parker Lady Pacers sport their championship medals. (Photo: Shayne Stubbs)

If you thought that primary school basketball couldn’t provide late game drama and heroics you thought wrong. The Grand Bahama Primary School Athletic Association’s: Jimmy Culmer/Keith Mullings Primary School Basketball Championships came to a chaotic close this past Tuesday at the St. George’s Gymnasium. For the Walter Parker Pacers, they put themselves on the fast…
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GB Basketball Association Tips Off with teams getting off on the right track

The Grand Bahama Basketball Association regular season is officially underway. The season tipped off for the A and B Divisions this past Friday night and continued Monday night at the St. George’s Gymnasium. The opening night schedule featured a B-Division match-up between the Coca-Cola Reach Out Saints and Pelican Bay, followed by the Aliv Gym…
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