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Two Champions Crowned In GSSSA

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Two teams closed out their seasons as champions, while another two kept their title hopes alive in GSSSA basketball.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Two teams closed out their seasons as champions, while another two kept their title hopes alive in GSSSA basketball.

In junior girls, the C.H.Reeves Raptors won their second consecutive title over the H.O. Nash Lions. They were led by MVP Tahjaniqua Morley’s 36.5 points per game. 

The D.W. Davis Royals won their seventh consecutive jr boys title with a series sweep of the Anatol Rodgers T’wolves.

Windisky Paul was named series MVP. 

Shenell Stuart’s go-ahead free throw with 10 seconds left to play helped the C.R. Walker Knights senior girls stave off elimination with a 57-56 win over the C.V. Bethel Stingrays.

In senior boys play, the C.I. Gibson Rattlers also tied their series with a 64-48 win over the Anatol Rodgers T’wolves.

GBSSA Basketball

There will also be a game three in the GBSSA senior boys championship series.

The Sunland Stingers defeated the Tabernacle Falcons 47 – 46 in game two.

Gavin McKinney’s fundraising effort is aimed at bringing awareness to the country’s youth sailing programs.

Sailing

Mckinney plans to make a solo journey from Exuma to Nassau in a laser-class sailboat.

Mckinney, who previously won the international 5.5 metre class world championships, said that a new generation of sailors are capable of achieving similar feats with the proper development.

Mckinney plans to set sail later this month or early March, depending on weather conditions

Track and Field

The government plans to reward Devyenne Charlton for her record-breaking milestone accomplishment. 

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