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By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter email@example.com Nearly two decades of athletic and academic tradition between schools of the Anglican Diocese continues this year with the organisation's bi-annual signature event. The Anglican Central Educat
THE Bahamas Baseball Federation continues the celebration of its 10th anniversary with the highlighting of a decade of successful accomplishments. The Federation continued its series of little
THE Regulators dominated the overtime period and closed the game on a 10-1 run en route to the win. Alexander Rolle outscored the Rebels all by himself in overtime when he dropped 10 of his game high 31 points.
Buddy Hield continues his efficient shooting for the Sacramento Kings. Hield scored 14 points on 6-14 shooting (2-5 from three) in the Kings’ 99-92 win over the Phoenix Suns at the Golden One Center in Sacramento, California, on Tuesday night.
ROOSEVELT Whylly and the Holland College Hurricanes men’s basketball programme remain nationally ranked into the winter holiday break.
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org The last Bahamian player standing at the ITF Goombay Splash Bowl 2011 suffered a surprising late-set collapse and was denied a berth to the semifinals of the boys' main draw. Kevin Major Jr lo
by RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter email@example.com Champion Amateur Boxing Club concluded another successful year as one of the country's leading boxing clubs and continues to develop future Olympians and world-class boxers. CABC ended 16th
MAVIN Saunders has decided on the destination for his final season of NCAA football. The Bimini native announced via Twitter that he is set to join the Kansas Jayhawks next fall after he announced his intention to transfer the Florida State Seminoles programme last month.
THREE of the Bahamas’ top junior tennis players continue their tour of tournaments throughout the Caribbean this spring.
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org Early into the 2011 season, it appeared as if his senior season and second in NCAA Division I basketball would be a breakout year for J R Cadot - he has slowed since with recent setbacks - but
THE 25th Annual GSSSA Track and Field Championships got underway yesterday in a return to the format with both junior schools and senior schools competing simultaneously.
It was a week of commemorative achievements for two of the Bahamas’ top collegiate basketball players as the NCAA regular season enters its final week.
NATIONAL team standout Valerie Nesbitt was awarded with a postseason accolade following her first season of collegiate basketball for Chipola College.
For the second consecutive year, Ryan Sweeting has advanced to the second round of arguably the most noteworthy and legendary grand slam. Sweeting ad
More than 100 cyclists from as far away as California descended on the ninth annual Tour of the Bahamas - the nation's premier cycling event - this weekend in Nassau. Local and foreign competitors competed for up to $16,000 in cash prizes and awards. Spor
ANOTHER pair of young Bahamians will add their names to the ever-expanding list of local baseball prospects to sign pro baseball contracts. Keithron Moss and D’Vaughn Knowles, products of the International Elite Sports Academy, signed with the Texas Rangers organisation to enter their minor league system.
THE Arizona Wildcats were locked into another close game down the stretch when they turned to their freshman phenom to deliver in the clutch. DeAndre Ayton made a pair of jumpers on consecutive possessions to help the Wildcats pull away for an 88-82 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide at the McKale Center in Tuscon, Arizona, on Saturday.
LASHANN Higgs and her Texas Longhorns suffered their first loss of the season and dropped six spots in the Associated Press Top 25 poll as a result.
THE Bahamas Bowl aims to create a festive atmosphere surrounding the game with community outreach efforts and a family atmosphere. The matchup between the Ohio University Bobcats and UAB Blazers is all set for 12:30pm Friday, December 22 at Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.
THE Sunland Baptist Academy Stingers senior boys basketball team spent the beginning of their holiday vacation playing against international competition. The Stingers claimed the championship title in the second annual Deep South Christian Christmas Classic, hosted in Orlando, Florida.