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Coach Yo and Her Lady Rebels Back in Action

Ole Miss Lady Rebels basketball, coached by the pioneering Yolette McPhee McCuin is off to a smoking hot 3-0 start to their season.

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The 2022 class of the Bahamas National Sports Hall of Fame will be inducted tonight in a ceremony at the Baha Mar Convention Center.

A number of athletes from a diverse array of disciplines will be inducted including, most notably the 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist 4 by 100-meter relay team, boxing all-time great Ray Minus, former National Volleyball coach Raymond “Rhymes” Wilson, local basketball coaching legend Perry Thompson Sr. and a number of luminaries from the sports world will be honored.


Ole Miss Lady Rebels basketball, coached by the pioneering Yolette McPhee McCuin is off to a smoking hot 3-0 start to their season.

They beat Arkansas Little Rock 58-40 on Sunday night and they’re back in action tonight against in-state opponent Southern Mississippi.

Coach Yo and her Lady Rebels are in town next monday for the Baha Mar Hoops Pink Flamingo basketball championship. That is definitely a must-watch for local hoops fans. 


Bahamians Deandre Ayton of the Phoenix Suns and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors Are set to face off tonight in the Valley of the Sun.

Ayton coming off a tough loss to the Miami Heat on Monday hopes to bounce back against his compatriot Klay Thompson, who is fighting through injuries for the championship contenders.


In high school sports, match 1 of the Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association Volleyball championships was played, Tuesday, in New Providence.

In the Primary division Believers Faith Academy boys team swept Teleos 19-10 and 19-11. 

In Junior boys, Teleos went to the wire with Believers Faith in the first set before prevailing 23-22. They won the second set 22-17.

In the Senior Girls Division, Teleos swept CV Bethel 25-18 and 26-24

In the Senior Boys division, Teleos squeaked past CV Bethel winning 27-26 in the first set and 25-18 in the second. 

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