Third time’s a charm. After falling to the CI Gibson Rattlers in the 2014 and 2015 GSSSA Senior Boys finals, the Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins finally captured the elusive championship title.
After bringing an end to the country’s longest winning streak in high school sports last year, the Queen’s College Comets are looking to start a streak of their own.
The Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins completed one half of the sweep in GSSSA basketball early yesterday evening with the crowning of their Senior Girls.
Perennial contenders for the GSSSA Junior Boys title, the DW Davis Royals regained a familiar spot atop the league as they reclaimed the championship title.
His run at his latest stop on the pro circuit may have come to an end but 19-year-old Bahamian tennis ace Philip Major has made a strong start to the year.
THE Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins found a way to hold off the defending champions, CI Gibson Rattlers, to snatch game one of their Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s (GSSSA) best-of-three senior boys basketball championship series last night at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
CHAVANO “Buddy” Hield has had some big games in his four years with the Oklahoma Sooners but one of the most memorable came on Monday night, when he canned a three-pointer with 1.3 seconds remaining to help secure a 63-60 victory over the Texas Longhorns.
AS the International High Jump series kicked off between some of the top men in the world, Donald Thomas turned in a personal best in posting a third place finish in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, last Thursday.
CACHE Armbrister is hoping that a change in training location from Kingston, Jamaica, to Houston, Texas, will enable her to finally make her breakthrough as a competitor in an individual event at the IAAF World Indoor Championships and the Olympic Games this year.
THREE top young coaches from the United Kingdon are already signed up for this year’s Sir Jack Hayward Soccer Camp in Grand Bahama in June.
THE Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools Sports’ (BAISS) Track and Field Championships, which surpassed the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ (BAAA) National Championships in terms of the drama and suspense last year, is back this week at the Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium and the expectations are just as high this time.
OVER the past few decades, Ray Minus Jr has trained some of the top amateur Bahamian boxers who have gone on to excel at the national and international level, including Meacher ‘Pain’ Major and Jermaine ‘Choo Choo’ Mackey, and become household names in the professional ranks.
NATIONAL Signing Day is a major milestone in the collegiate careers of student athletes across the United States, and this year, also for a pair of Bahamian aspiring gridiron stars.
AFTER joining his new club near the mid-season mark, Magnum Rolle has paid immediate dividends for the Passlab Yamagata Wyverns in Japan’s National Basketball Development League.
Today is a truly a very special one - it’s my youngest son Andoni’s birthday!