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Sports Minister: BAISS Championships “May Be Postponed”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Sports Minister Mario Bowleg responded to rumours that this year’s BAISS Track and Field Championships have been cancelled.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Sports Minister Mario Bowleg responded to rumours that this year’s BAISS Track and Field Championships have been cancelled.

According to a source the issue is that CARIFTA Trials are scheduled for March 15-17 and BAISS was scheduled to be held the week before which sources in the private schools believe is too quick a turnaround time for their athletes.

In a statement sent out by BAAA’s President Drumeco Archer and penned to BAISS President Rev. Perry Cunningham, it noted “it is our most sincere wish that you may find some resolve to this impasse, as it is our hope that every child that forms part of the conference has an opportunity to compete.”

BAISS Basketball

We had BAISS sudden death playoffs yesterday at the Kendall G.L. Isaacs gymnasium. 

In the junior boys division, the QC Comets came back from being down 11 points against Jordan Prince William to win in dramatic fashion 43-42. 

While St. Johns’ junior girls won in dominating fashion over Queen’s College, 42-25. 

In the senior boys’ division, Kingsway Academy beat Jordan Prince will 64 to 57 while St. John’s beat Saint Augustine’s College on the senior girls’ side 45-29.

Basketball

The UB Mingoes Men’s Basketball Team picked up a big win over the regulators in the New Providence Basketball Association. 

Delano Armbrister led the Mingoes with 21 points while Equante Edgecombe had 17. 

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