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The private school champions didn’t let yesterday’s big news of both the C.I. Gibson Rattlers and the Tabernacle Baptist Academy Falcons missing this year’s Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic disrupt their focus on opening day of the 37th annual tournament yesterday. The Queen’s College Comets doubled up the Galilee Academy Miracles, 44-22,

Carey impressive at GLVC Swimming Championships

In just his freshman year of college, Bahamian junior national team swimmer DaVante Carey has quite a workload. He swam

C.I., Tabby pull out of Hugh Campbell Classic

The two most prolific high school basketball programs in the country, the C.I. Gibson Rattlers and the Tabernacle Baptist Academy

Buddy wins!

Needing to have a strong finish, including sinking his final “money ball”, Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield of the Sacramento Kings

The Bahamas finishes 11th in Junior Fed Cup qualifying

After losing to Suriname on Friday, and beating Jamaica on Saturday, The Bahamas ended up 11th at the 2020 Junior

Three more athletes qualify for CARIFTA Games

A trio of local athletes qualified for the 49th CARIFTA Games at the 14th Annual Diana Lynn Thompson Track and

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AAGHOF Chief Knowles headed to Grand Bahama

At least two principal leaders of sports in West Palm

GB Office of PM fostering sports heroes’ celebration

Howard Williams and Churchill Tener-Knowles are the catalysts, and the

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BBF ratifies 12-member team for Mexico matchup

The Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) ratified a 12-member team that will face Mexico in the FIBA AmeriCup 2021 Qualifiers on

Justin Roberts advances on the ITF Pro Circuit

Bahamian Justin Roberts is currently participating in the M15 at the Cancún Tennis Academy in Cancún, Mexico. In round one, Roberts played Alexander

SAC denied junior titles in BAISS

The Jordan Prince William Falcons won their third straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) junior boys basketball title

Who are the top female swimmers heading into CARIFTA?

The 2020 CARIFTA Aquatics Championships is rapidly approaching, set for April 11-14 in Wildey, Barbados, and today, the focus is

Team Bahamas beats Honduras

After dropping its first two matches of the 2020 Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas North, Central America and Caribbean

Champions crowned in the BIASS

It took them a while to get the bitter taste out of their mouths but now the Queen’s College Comets