Sports Notes



THE New Providence Basketball Association opened its postseason on Monday night at the AF Adderley Gymnasium with the Caro Contractors Resistance and the Triple K Stampers taking the opener in the men’s division II encounters.

Caro Contractors nipped the Rockets 105-103 to take a 1-0 lead in their best-of-three playoff series, while Triple K held off the Y-Care Elites 77-75 to earn their 1-0 lead in their series.

The playoffs will continue throughout the week with games being played in both the division II and division one series. The winners from both divisions will earn the rights to represent New Providence in the Bahamas Basketball Federation’s National Round Robin Tournament next month.



Donte Armbrister won his doubles match on Tuesday with his Canadian partner Cleeve Harper as they pulled off a 5-7, 6-3, 10-7 decision over Danila Borovykh of Russia and Andrew Patrick Mueller of Guatemala. Armbrister played both singles and doubles matches yesterday against the No.2 seed Andrew Dale of the United States of America.


The Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association continued its postseason basketball classic on Monday at the AF Adderley Gymnasium.

In the primary boys division, Carlton E Francis defeated Christian Heritage School 34-20.

In the junior boys, Akhepran International Academy defeated Jordan Prince William 37-12 as Clinton Brennen scored 11 points in the win. Antonio Dievieull had six in the loss.

And Christian Heritage School defeated Freedom Baptist Academy 25-17 as Tiore’ Hart scored seven in the win. Deontae Johnson had seven in the loss.

In the intermediate boys division, Akhepran International Academy defeated Doris Johnson High School 35-25 as Saheed Sanusi scored a game high 14 points in the win. Matthew Saunders had 10 in the loss.

And Jordan Prince William defeated Teleos Christian School 26-23 as Darius Brown scored 10 points. Davito McIntosh had a game high 12 in the loss. And in the senior girls’ division, Freedom Baptist Academy defeated Akhepran International Academy 21-6 as Kevonne McCaulsky scored a game high eight points in the win. Evante Munroe had three in a losing effort. The postseason will continue throughout the week, starting at 4pm.


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