Sherman “The Tank” Williams takes on Epifano “Diamante” Mendoza

In an effort to help with the revitalization of Grand Bahamas’s economy and providing the islands resort with an entertaining outlet, Bahamian professional boxer Sherman “The Tank” Williams is hosting the “Backyard Rumble” boxing card on May 26 at the Social Affair and Convention center in Freeport, Grand Bahama. Williams (39-15-2, 21 KO’s) will take on former […]

Bahamas set to host International Beach Soccer Tournament

The Bahamas men’s beach soccer team will look to improve its world ranking in the next few days when the country hosts the inaugural Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup. The beach cup takes place April 27-29, at the Bahamas Football Association’s (BFA) National Beach Soccer Stadium at Malcolm Park. Competing teams include Mexico, Spain and the United […]

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Miller, Isnord earn more Division I offers

Two of the country’s top high school basketball prospects continue to draw interest in the offseason. Over the course of the past week, both Franco Miller Jr. and Wilkenson “Kenny” Isnord have garnered three new National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I scholarship offers between the two. On Thursday, University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) officially […]

Teams advance to High School Soccer National Championships

Following four grueling matches on Wednesday at the Roscoe Davies Field, the championship matchups for the 2018 Samuel P Haven/ Island Luck (IL) Cares Foundation National High School Soccer Championships are now set. In the senior boy’s division, the Lyford Cay Dragons will go up against Anatol Rogers, while Queen’s College (QC) takes on the Lucayan International […]

BFA announces National High School Soccer Championship semifinal matchups

The official draw for the semifinal round of the 2018 Samuel P. Haven/Island Luck (IL) Cares Foundation National Soccer Championships was held Wednesday at the Bahamas Football Association’s (BFA) office. Today’s matchups begin at 4:30 p.m. at the Roscoe A. Davies Field. In the first game, Queen’s College takes on C.R. Walker in senior girl’s action. The […]

Team Bahamas need to focus on throws, jumps and distance events

Jamaica has won the past 34 editions of the Caribbean Free Trade Agreement (CARIFTA) Track and Field championships, mainly because of the team’s ability to dominate the sprint races. However, in an effort to combat the monotony of one team always winning, Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) Vice President Tonique Williams said, other countries […]

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