GB teams make their way to 2019 Hugh Campbell Tournament

HUGH CAMPBELL BOUND — Teams out of Grand Bahama are headed to the 37th Annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Tournament in hopes of keeping the championship in Grand Bahama. The Tabernacle Falcons are the reigning back-to-back champions of the tournament. The Falcons’ Joshua Dames is pictured contesting a lay-up by the St. George’s Jagaurs’ Samuel Pinder during game two of the GBSSAA: Derek Nesbitt/Obie Wilchcombe High School Basketball League’s senior boys championship.

The country’s high school basketball scene continued to intensify this past Monday over in the nation’s capital.   The 37th Hugh Campbell Basketball Tournament is in full swing with 32 teams vying for the coveted title, currently held by Grand Bahama’s own, the Tabernacle Falcons.  Joining the Falcons to compete in the tournament will be…
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Geneva Rutherford Tournament gets underway

IT’S GO TIME – The 20th annual Geneva Rutherford Girls Basketball Tournament tips off this afternoon, at 3:30 p.m. In this file photo, the St. George’s Jaguars and Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins went head-to-head in last year’s senior girls semifinal round. (TFN FILES)

The 20th annual Geneva Rutherford Girls Basketball Tournament tips off this afternoon with a full slate of games in store for spectators.  The tournament kicks off at the St. George’s Gymnasium at 3:30 p.m. as the top junior and senior girls teams out of Grand Bahama and New Providence aim to be selected for the…
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Johnathan Gouthro Memorial continues to aid youth

Talia Davis, Senior Aliv Champion and Wayne Russell, Tournament Chairman

The Johnathan Gouthro Memorial Golf Tournament has continued to aide a number of accounting students on the island and that tradition is set to continue. Slated for March 9 at the Reef Golf Course the tournament named in the deceased Rotary Club of G.B. Sunrise member’s honor will once again draw teams to compete for…
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Hield proves why he’s among elite shooters in the NBA

Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield (24) drives around New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday (11) during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018. The Kings won 122-117. (AP Photo/Steve Yeater)

Chavano ‘Buddy’ Hield’s game has taken an exponential step in the right direction over the course of the 2019 National Basketball Association’s 2018-2019 season.  The third year guard out of Grand Bahama is the current leading scorer for the resurgent Sacramento Kings’ franchise at 20.5 points per game, he ranks fourth in three-point makes with…
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