TOP TEN TEAMS
HEADING into the prestigious Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic for senior boys teams in New Providence and the Geneva Rutherford Basketball Tournament for senior girls in Grand Bahama, Ossie Simmons, the guru for high school basketball, has released his top ten standings.
1 Doris Johnson. 2 Sunland. 3 St. George’s. 4 CI Gibson. 5 CC Sweeting. 6 Tabernacle Baptist. 7 Jordan Prince William. 8 Anatol Rodgers. 9 RM Bailey. 10 Jack Hayward. 11 Queen’s College. 12 -Teleos.
Geneva Rutherford Senior Girls
1 Doris Johnson. 2 CR Walker. 3 St Augustine’s College. 4 Jordan Prince William. 5 St John’s. 6 Teleos. 7 Bishop Michael Eldon. 8 CI Gibson. 9 Tabernacle Baptist. 10 Queen’s College.
GRAND BAHAMA FINALS
THE Grand Bahama High Schools completed their Obie Wilchcombe/Derek Nesbitt senior boys basketball championships over the weekend with Sunland defeating St George’s 65-59 to repeat as champions.
Kaleel Solomon scored 20 points and was named the most valuable player. Tyler Davis added 10. For St George’s, Howard Hinzey scored 13 and Mateo King had 11.
In the small schools championships, Bishop Michael Eldon defeated Eight Mile Rock 55-43 to win their series 2-1. Shua Saint scored 17 points and was named the MVP. Ty Dawkins added 16.
For Eight Mile Rock, Mateo Penn had 10.
JUNIORS IN ACTION IN FLORIDA
TWO aspiring young Bahamian Tennis players played in the United Tennis Academy Player Championship Level 6 event over the weekend in Bradenton, Florida.
Jacobi Bain in the boys’ 16s singles, won his first match 6-0, 6-0 against Alexander Bucurescu, but then lost 6-3, 6-2 to number three seed D Labrador.
Wayne Russell III lost 6-0, 6-1 to American Henry Feldman in the boys’ 18s first round.