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By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

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t was another dose of victory celebrations for the Jordan Prince William Falcons basketball teams. Last year, it was the Falcons’ senior and junior boys who were crowned the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools champions. Yesterday, the Falcons’ senior boys, coached by Ernest Saunders, was back for a repeat treat and was joined by the senior girls, coached by Terrance ‘Red Eye’ McSweeney, who missed out on the opportunity to celebrate a triplefeat last year after their unblemished season came to a stunning halt in the sudden death playoffs. Rev Dr William Thompson, president of the Bahamas National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention, headed a list of dignitaries on hand for the celebrations at Jordan Prince William High School yesterday before they took to the streets for a motorcade. Others joining Rev Thompson, pastor of Faith United Missionary Baptist Church, were convention’s first vice president Rev Smith, pastor of Mt Horeb Baptist Cathedral, executive secretary Bishop Delton Fernander, pastor of New Destiny Baptist Church and Rev Daniel Nottage, pastor of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. Also in attendance was Rev Perry Cunningham, president of the BAISS. Rev Thompson said it was a great day for the institution and a great day for the team. “To win a championship in the private schools where you have schools like St Augustine’s College and

FALCONS HEAD COACH Ernest Saunders. St John’s, when you win two straight, I have to say that the kids applied themselves,” Thompson said. “The coaches did a wonderful job in getting them ready. “In fact, I think the whole institution did a wonderful job in getting the team ready. We are going on the streets now to celebrate and then we will come back for a grill and chill. But we hope to be back here in the next few weeks to celebrate another sporting success.” Rev Thompson, however, said as their school motto suggests: Lux Orbis Jesus Est, which means ‘Jesus is the Light of the World,’ said their focus remains academics, but they welcome any success their sporting teams achieve. Members of the boys’ team included Adam Johnson, Orthineil Newry, Shakim Sweeting, Jayson Deveaux, Darius Lewis, Jason Gooding, Mateo Taylor, Frantwion Newton, Sherman Marshall, Justin Griffin, Prince McPhee, Dwight Dean, David Taylor, Wilfred Ferguson, Koy Martin and Stevejay Whylly. “I felt that we played a

MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Frantwion Newton (left) and Terrell Cox. Photos: Terrel W Carey/Tribune Staff great series. We tried to execute every play that coach gave us,” Newton said. “That’s what we did for the first two games of the championships and that is how we won.” Newton said their goal at the beginning of the season was to duplicate their perfect season from last year in defending their title and they accomplished the feat. “We only lost one major player, which was our captain last year, but we still had a good team and we had people in place who played a big role,” he said. One of those players was Newton, who was named the most valuable player. “It wasn’t something that I went into the game saying that I wanted to accomplish,” he said.

“It just happened. I’m glad that I went out as a champion, but I hope that the guys can come back and three-peat next year.” The girls’ team comprised of Terrell Cox, Aalyah Ramsey, Miar Rolle, Latique Smith, Krystinique Moss, Amir Thompson, Robyn Porter, Shanique Thompson, Dwanique Rolle, Page Gilbert, Tertulya Bazil, Trecia Brown, Judy Forbes and Teanajah Rahming. “It was good for us to win the title after we came so close last year,” said Cox, the girls’ team captain. “We put in the work before the season started and we played up to our expectations this year. “I’m very happy with the way all of the girls played.

Coach is definitely the best. He worked us hard because he didn’t want us to lose again this year. So we are very proud that we won this year.” Cox said it was even more gratifying for her because she will be leaving as a champion. But she encouraged her teammates to keep the streak going as they come back next year to successfully defend their title. Hattie Moxey, the head of Physical Education at Jordan Prince Williams, said a lot of hard work and dedication went into the success of the Falcons’ basketball teams. “I selected two persons from my area where I live, Mr Ernest Saunders and Mr ‘Red Eye’ McSweeney, who

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS: The Jordan Prince William Falcons girls (top) and boys (above) basketball teams show off their trophies.

are both passionate about basketball,” she stressed. “So I knew when I got them to confirm to coach the teams, I knew I would have gotten a lot of wins because they are both passionate, dedicated and committed. So I’m looking for some more championships.” Last year, the Falcons’ senior girls went undefeated in winning the pennant, only to get eliminated in the playoffs. This year they returned with vengeance and Moxey said they vowed to redeem themselves and they did exactly that in winning both the pennant and championship titles. “The good thing is I’m having just about all of my girls coming back next year,” Moxey said. “We will only be losing one of them. So we expect to be back here next year for another celebration for them.” For the senior boys, Saunders said it’s fantastic to celebrate again. “The boys did a great job. It’s indescribable,” he said. “We are losing about six guys, but we have a lot of the boys coming back, so we are looking forward to going for a three-peat. “We work very hard and start before everybody. That is one of the reasons why we are back here for another celebration. Hopefully we will do the same next year.” Now all that’s left is for the Falcons to go to the Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic for senior boys and win the title that has eluded BAISS teams. “Whatever is presented to us on that road, we are looking to take it down,” Saunders said. “All we could say is everybody better be ready for the Falcons because we have put in the work and we hope it will pay off in the end for us.”


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30TH ST VALENTINE’S MASSACRE IN MONTAGU BAY THIS WEEKEND

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN: With at least a 20-minute head start, Class B boat Lady Nathalie will attempt to cross the finish before being caught by the A Class boats. Photo: Patrick Hanna/BIS

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

WITH the Valentine’s Day celebrations over and done with, Eleazor ‘the Sailing Barber’ Johnson now switches his attention to his 30th Annual St Valentine’s Massacre in Montagu Bay this weekend. Johnson will be staging his annual ‘Catch Me If You Can’ Regatta on Saturday and Sunday. The regatta, according to Johnson, will provide an avenue for those persons who are still in love and even those who are not in love to come out and enjoy some competitive sloop sailing. “When I first decided to put

this on, we didn’t have anything going on in Montagu after the New Year’s Regatta,” Johnson said. “But this was a way for us to do something right around the time everybody was still in the mood of celebrating love. “When we put on the first one, we realised that a lot of people were looking forward to us putting it on again every year, so we decided that we will make it an annual event. It has been a big hit and every year people have been looking forward to it.” Dubbed the “Super Bowl” of sailing, Johnson said the regatta features competition in a threerace series in the C Class and the Optimist sailing for the junior competitors on Saturday, starting

at 11am. Then on Sunday, starting at 2pm, there’s the highly acclaimed ‘Catch Me If You Can’ race where Johnson’s B Class Lady in Red, Lady Nathalie is given at least a 20-minute head start over a number of A Class boats. The object is for the Lady Nathalie to cross the finish line before she is caught by any of the A Class boats. “It’s always a fun time because the A Class boats feel that even with the head start, they can still beat the Lady Nathalie,” Johnson said. “It’s not been easy because the Lady Nathalie is a fast boat. Not too many A Class boats have caught her.” Among the boats expected to compete in the A Class are

the Southern Cross, Red Stripe, Good News, Ed Sky and Running Tide. Lady Nathalie holds a 1613 advantage over the A Class challengers, although the Red Stripe has come closer than any other boats in catching the Lady in Red. “It’s always a challenge because I believe that there’s no A Class boat out there that can catch me,” Johnson said. “I’ve had some very good captains over the years like Clyde Rolle, who knows how to sail the Lady Nathalie.” He said it’s always some excitement when the race is staged on the final day of competition. He indicated that a lot of people show up on Montagu shore be-

cause they want to see if the Lady Nathalie will get caught. Over the years, Johnson said he’s had tremendous support from corporate Bahamas in helping to make the event a success. He expressed his gratitude to Sir Durward ‘Sea Wolf’ Knowles, the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, Caribbean Bottling Company through its product Coca-Cola, Butler & Sands, distributors of Campari, George Myers from Paradise Island, Arlington Butler, past president of the Bahamas Olympic Committee, Leslie Miller, Member of Parliament for Tall Pines, Wallace Auto and Aquapure and others for the contribution they make year after year.


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The 300m ‘race felt amazing actually after the wedding’ By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net WHEN ‘Golden Girl’ Shaunae Miller-Uibo took the time to walk down the aisle to marry her college sweetheart Maicel Uibo on February 4 at Atlantis, Paradise Island, there was some concern about how ready she would be for her indoor season opener a week later in New York. On Saturday, February 11, the 2016 Olympic Games’ 400 metre gold medallist answered the question with a stunning victory in the 300m at the Millrose Games, running the third fastest time in history as she lowered her national record to 35.71 seconds to repeat as champion. “First of all, I just want to thank God for such an amazing race,” Miller-Uibo told The Tribune. “Everything went well and I’m so blessed for that. “The race felt amazing actually after the wedding. I know a lot of people were thinking that maybe I would get tired or that I would be a little exhausted after the wedding, but we haven’t taken off any time from practice and it showed that I’ve been training pretty hard for it.” Miller-Uibo, 22, said it showed that her training prior to taking a break for the wedding was right on par and her performance was in no way affected as she went on to post the third fastest time in history, winning the 300m. “We were not really gun-

NEWLY WEDS Shaunae and Maicel Uibo next to their 9-foot wedding cake at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island. ning for a time,” she said. “We just wanted to go out there and have some fun, just to see where we’re at. I think we’re all pretty pleased. My coaches have been doing an extremely good job with me so far and so I was really excited to see how well I would do.” This was the only event

that Miller would compete in during the indoor season. She admitted hat it’s not her forte, but she used it as a fun event to get ready for outdoors. “We can’t wait to see what we will run in a 200 and 400,” she projected. “It’s looking pretty good for us doubling this year. I

hope all goes well with that. It’s going to be an exciting year for us.” Miller-Uibo, coming off her diving victory over American Allyson Felix for the gold at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August, said her goal is to attempt the 200/400m double this year as she prepares

for the IAAF World Championships in London, England in August. There was some controversy about her attempt at the double in Rio, but she has gone on record to say that she wants to go after the feat in London. The challenge will be the schedule in that the heats

for the 200m will be the first event on day six, August 9 at 7:05pm with the final of the 400m the last event at 9:50 pm. The good thing is that if Miller-Uibo goes for the double, she will have a day off after running the semifinal of the 400m on day 4 on August 7 at 8:55pm.

GAME 2 OF CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS THURSDAY THE Bahamas Catholic Board of Education (CBE) Primary Schools 2016/17 Basketball Championships got underway yesterday at the Loyola Hall on Gladstone Road. The season kicked off last month with participating schools St Cecilia’s School Strikers, Sts Francis & Joseph School Shockers, Xavier’s Lower School Giants and St Thomas More School Sparks. A dynamic sports programme and healthy competition amoung CBE schools encapsulates CBE’s commitment to developing the whole child – intellectually, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Sports are integral to the growth of all CBE students. “The basketball tournament allows the children to compete in organised competition,” said coach Ricardo Freemantle, physical education, Sts Francis & Joseph School. “Our games help to promote discipline and teamwork.” The championship finals will pit reigning champions Sts Francis & Joseph Shockers against the St Cecilia’s Strikers in the girls’ division. The St Thomas More Sparks boys’ team will defend their title against the St Cecilia’s Strikers. Game 2 of the CBE Primary Schools Basketball championships series is scheduled for Thursday. All games will take place at

SPORTS NOTES BASKETBALL NPBA ACTION THE University of the Bahamas Mingos and the Commonwealth Bank Giants won the New Providence Basketball Association’s double header at AF Adderley Gym Monday night. The Mingos defeated the Island Game Pros 78-64 and the Giants routed the PJ Stingers 91-75. Mingos 78, Pros 64: Justin Smith, playing 36 minutes, scored a game high 29 points in shooting 10-for-16 from the field, 3-for7 from the three-point line and 6-for-8 from the free throw line to lead the University of the Bahamas. Smith also had six rebounds,

LET THE GAMES BEGIN: THE Bahamas Catholic Board of Education (CBE) Primary Schools 2016/17 Basketball Championships got underway yesterday at Loyola Hall on Gladstone Road.

six steals and three assists. Kemsy Sylvestre added 29 points with 16 rebounds, five steals and a block, Reuben Goodman had 14 points and five rebounds and Brian Jennings and Davon Adderley both had four points with six and five rebounds respectively with two steals apiece. In a losing effort, Derrick Ferguson had 21 points, shooting 6-for-22 from the field, 5-for-14 from the three-point arch and 4-for-6 from the charity stripe to pace Island Game. Sandy Rolle had 14 points, 13 rebounds, four steals and three assists; Chico Francis had 12 points, 10 rebounds and three assists and Duran Burrows chipped in with 11 points, 18 rebounds, four blocks and three assists.

The stats for the Commonwealth Bank-PJ’s game was not available. Today’s schedule at DW Davis Gymnasium: 7:30pm - Elite Basketball Club vs Breezes High Flyers 9 pm Rockets vs Island Game Pros CORRECTION WRONG AGE IT was incorrectly reported on Tuesday that Justin Roberts was 25. He’s actually 20. The Tribune apologises to Roberts for the error. BOWLING SATURDAY TOURNEY THERE shall be a private handicap (%70) mini tour-

nament on Saturday at 1pm.  The entry fee shall be $40 per person with $200 guaranteed to first place (based on 20 people).  1 out of 4 bowlers will cash out.  The tournament shall consist of 3 (or 2) rounds. Round 1 - 3 games then cut straight to cash round. Round 2 - (22 or more bowlers) - 1 game elimination round. Round 3 – stepladder. BOWLING CITY BOWLING LEAGUE THE most valuable player (MVP) in City Bowling League competition last night was Sonith Lockhart of Carib Construction with a 236 second high game and a 644 high three game set. The runner-up was Derrick

Burrows of Fresh Blend Rolling Stones with a 245 high game and a 629 second high set.     The leader in the ladies’ category was  Driskell Rolle of TK Falcons with a 203 second high game and a 557 high three game set. Angie Smith of NUA Crusaders followed with a 550 second high set. Uchenna Delva of Island Game Strokers downed the pins for the gigantic high game of 243. Team scores for the evening were as follows: NUA Crusaders 3, BEC Shockers 0; Island Game Strokers 3, The Avengers 0; CDM Knights 2, Carib Construction 1; E&U Watercoolers 2, Ten Back Strikers 1; Giga Tech 2, TK Falcons 1 and Fresh Blend 2, Telco Enterprises 1.


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THE OFFICIAL RESULTS: GSSSA’S 24TH ANNUAL JUNIOR TRACK & FIELD MEET • RESULTS of Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s 24th Annual Junior Track & Field Meet, held at Thomas A Robinson National Stadium, are as follows: Girls 11-13 100M Dash UNDER 14 Finals - (w: NWI) 1, Coakley, Ambernique, H.O. Nash, 13.95. 2, Lynes, Rajhene, A.F. Adderley, 14.30. 3, Marius, Glyssyn, A.F. Adderley, 14.46. 4, Mackey, Jasmine, D.W. Davis, 14.51. 5, Bastian, Vashawma, L.W. Young, 14.63. 6, Edouard, Juvanne, C.H. Reeves, 15.12. 7, Capron, Brianna, S.C. McPherson, 15.16. 8, Bryant, Krishea, Anatol Rodgers, 15.26. Girls 11-13 200M Dash UNDER 14 Finals - (w: -1.8) 1, Coakley, Ambernique, H.O. Nash, 27.24@. 2, Sear, Sherinique, H.O. Nash, 28.40. 3, Kemp, Victoria, C.H. Reeves, 29.10. 4, Marius, Glyssyn, A.F. Adderley, 29.36. 5, Dorsette, Kenjanique, A.F. Adderley, 30.42. 6, Etien, Anna, T.A. Thompson, 30.97. 7, Mackey, Jasmine, D.W. Davis, 31.23. 8, Bastian, Vashawma, L.W. Young, 32.47. Girls 11-13 400M Dash UNDER 14 Finals - 1, Sear, Sherinique, H.O. Nash, 1:03.96@. 2, Stubbs, Tonnice, C.H. Reeves, 1:04.26. 3, Kemp, Victoria, C.H. Reeves, 1:08.58. 4, Bastian, Vashawma, L.W. Young, 1:13.02. 5, Petithomme, Maonucheca, Anatol Rodgers, 1:14.13. 6, Jarris, Chassica, S.C. McPherson, 1:15.12. 7, Ferguson, Tavanya, A.F. Adderley, 1:17.75. 8, McKenzie, Sheltonique, A.F. Adderley, 1:27.72. Girls 11-13 800M Dash UNDER 14 - 1, Forestal, Wadline, A.F. Adderley, 2:46.25. 2, Stubbs, Tonnice, C.H. Reeves, 2:49.49. 3, Johnson, Leoshane, S.C. McPherson, 2:51.71. 4, Thelamour, Jade, H.O. Nash, 2:56.49. 5, Jarris, Chassica, S.C. McPherson, 2:57.99. 6, Thelamour, Jada, H.O. Nash, 3:02.03. 7, Major, Elricka, T.A. Thompson, 3:02.49. 8, Ozurvigbo, Christine, L.W. Young, 3:03.09. 9, Petithomme, Maonucheca, Anatol Rodgers, 3:06.12. 10, Mckenzie, Jonbennet, T.A. Thompson, 3:06.55. 11, St. Fleur, Lichelda, C.H. Reeves, 3:07.74. 12, McKenzie, Sheltonique, A.F. Adderley, 3:17.93. 13, Thompson, Lacarldra, D.W. Davis, 3:20.43. 14, Saunders, Delana, Anatol Rodgers, 3:32.33. 15, Roberts, Piasha, L.W. Young, 4:02.05. Girls 11-13 1,200M Dash UNDER 14 - 1, St Prelus, Jeanne, T.A. Thompson, 4:37.35. 2, Davis, Chanece, H.O. Nash, 4:37.37. 3, Marc, Alicia, C.H. Reeves, 4:47.19. 4, Thelamour, Jada, H.O. Nash, 4:48.85. 5, Nonord, Jeone, S.C. McPherson, 4:48.99. 6, Cartwright, Toneisha, A.F. Adderley, 4:53.12. 7, St. Fleur, Lichelda, C.H. Reeves, 4:58.92. 8, McKenzie, Sheltonique, A.F. Adderley, 5:08.76. Girls 11-13 4x100M Relay UNDER 14 1, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Coakley, Ambernique 13, Sear, Sherinique 12, Abraham, Shanae 13, Woodside, Tanae 12), 56.07@. 2, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (McKenzie, Blenae 13, Marius, Glyssyn 12, Lynes, Rajhene 13, Dorsette, Kenjanique 13), 56.94. 3, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Etien, Anna 13, Brown, Valenique 12, Davis, Dalea 13, Burrows, Ebony 13), 58.37. 4, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Moss, Sherell 12, Dean, Alyssa 13, Centine, Ashley 13, Marshall, Taliyah 13), 58.73. 5, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Kemp, Victoria 13, Edouard, Juvanne 12, Cooper, Khendia 13, Joseph, Nancy 13), 59.22. 6, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Thompson, Lacarldra 12, Dieuveil, Onicka 13, Oliver, Shanricca 12, Mackey, Jasmine 12), 59.90. 7, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Elvey, Simaya 13, Ozurvigbo, Christine 12, Burrows, Lyndeisha 12, Bastian, Vashawma 13), 1:01.63. 8, Anatol Rodgers Jr. High ‘A’ (Alcius, Nechandra 13, Bryant, Krishea 13, Collie, Destiny 13, Petithomme, Maonucheca 13), 1:01.72. Girls 11-13 4x400M Relay UNDER 14 1, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Davis, Chanece 13, Finlayson, Shakina 12, Woodside, Tanae 12, Sear, Sherinique 12), 4:45.29. 2, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Kemp, Victoria 13, Smith, Chadara 13, St. Fleur, Lichelda 12, Stubbs, Tonnice 13), 4:49.47. 3, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Ferguson, Tavanya 13, Lewis, Lakecia 13, Cartwright, Toneisha 13, McKenzie, Sheltonique 12), 5:12.79. 4, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Glass, Teliah 13, Centine, Ashley 13, Johnson, Leoshane 13, Jarris, Chassica 13), 5:14.62. 5, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Brown, Valenique 12, Davis, Dalea 13, Major, Elricka 13, St Prelus, Jeanne 13), 5:23.53. 6, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Oliver, Shanricca 12, Burrows, Angeliqua 13, Thompson, Lacarldra 12, Mackey, Jasmine 12), 5:33.94. 7, Anatol Rodgers Jr. High ‘A’ (Petithomme, Maonu-

ATHLETES compete in the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s 24th Annual Junior Track & Field Meet last week. Photos: Terrel W Carey/Tribune Staff checa 13, Saunders, Delana 12, Smith, India 13, Bryant, Krishea 13), 5:35.34. 8, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Bastian, Vashawma 13, Lewis, Kacentia 12, Roberts, Piasha 13, Ozurvigbo, Christine 12), 5:48.18. Girls 11-13 Long Jump UNDER 14 1, Chaute, Merrisa, D.W. Davis, 4.06m, w:NWI. 2, Bastian, Vashawma, L.W. Young, 3.97m, w:NWI. 3, Deveaux, Pedronique, D.W. Davis, J3.97m, w:NWI. 4, Stubbs, Tonnice, C.H. Reeves, 3.93m, w:NWI. 5, Johnson, Leoshane, S.C. McPherson, 3.82m, w:NWI. 6, McKinney, Peja, S.C. McPherson, 3.78m, w:NWI. 7, Joseph, Nancy, C.H. Reeves, 3.73m, w:NWI. 8, Forbes, Shamia, A.F. Adderley, 3.35m, w:NWI. 9, Burrows, Ebony, T.A. Thompson, 3.15m, w:NWI. 10, Outten, Abegayle, H.O. Nash, 3.07m, w:NWI. 11, Collie, Ravyn, Anatol Rodgers, 2.92m, w:NWI. 12, Paul, D’Asia, L.W. Young, 2.70m, w:NWI. --, Davis, Dalea, T.A. Thompson, FOUL. Girls 11-13 High Jump (3’6”) UNDER 14 - 1, Simeon, Sheronika, D.W. Davis,

1.36m. 2, Newton, Miracle, A.F. Adderley, 1.21m. 3, Satrice, Francess, A.F. Adderley, J1.21m. 4, McKinney, Peja, S.C. McPherson, J1.21m. 5, Outten, Abegayle, H.O. Nash, 1.16m. 6, Roker, Jasmine, H.O. Nash, J1.16m. 7, Johnson, Leoshane, S.C. McPherson, 1.11m. 8, Roach, Anastasia, C.H. Reeves, 1.06m. 8, Burrows, Lyndeisha, L.W. Young, 1.06m. 8, Oliver, Shanricca, D.W. Davis, 1.06m. Girls 11-13 Shot Put (6lbs) UNDER 14 1, Newton, Miracle, A.F. Adderley, 8.09m. 2, Satrice, Francess, A.F. Adderley, 8.01m. 3, Aranha, Ashanti, H.O. Nash, 7.88m. 4, Samuel, Azaria, S.C. McPherson, 6.64m. 5, Calixte, Estevensha, L.W. Young, 6.29m. 6, Petot-Homme, Precious, D.W. Davis, 5.97m. 7, Rene, Alicia, S.C. McPherson, 5.90m. 8, Noel, Lanell, D.W. Davis, 5.67m. Boys 11-13 100 Meter Dash UNDER 14 Finals - (w: NWI) 1, Flowers, Jamal, C.H. Reeves, 11.99@. 2, Evans, Ahmad, C.H. Reeves, 12.67. 3, Deveaux, Terrance, S.C. McPherson, 12.68. 4, Knowles, Siras, H.O. Nash, 13.00. 5, Newbold, Deshawn, L.W. Young, 13.20. 6, Major, Marlec, D.W. Davis, 13.68. 7, Johnson, Arthur, H.O. Nash, 13.94. --, Sawyer, Santorne, D.W. Davis, FS. Boys 11-13 200M Dash UNDER 14 Finals - (w: -2.6) 1, Flowers, Jamal, C.H. Reeves, 24.85@. 2, Evans, Ahmad, C.H. Reeves, 26.12. 3, Deveaux, Terrance, S.C. McPherson, 26.21. 4, Ermilus, Daniel, H.O. Nash, 26.83. 5, Larrimore, William, L.W. Young, 27.55. 6, Newbold, Deshawn, L.W. Young, 28.13. 7, Johnson, Arthur, H.O. Nash, 28.64. 8, Mackey, Letario, S.C. McPherson, 29.42. Boys 11-13 400M Dash UNDER 14 Finals - 1, Evans, Ahmad, C.H. Reeves, 57.33@. 2, Flowers, Jamal, C.H. Reeves, 57.33@. 3, Alleyne, Travis, H.O. Nash, 58.12. 4, Martin, Evince, S.C. McPherson, 59.69. 5, Ermilus, Daniel, H.O. Nash, 1:00.14. 6, Paul, James, A.F. Adderley, 1:06.51. 7, Canliffe, Kashon, A.F. Adderley, 1:13.17. 8, Jones, Kareem, L.W. Young, 1:13.49. Boys 11-13 800M Run UNDER 14 - 1, Brown, Adrianneno, S.C. McPherson, 2:23.89. 2, Alleyne, Travis, H.O. Nash, 2:24.66. 3, Barr, Kevin, C.H. Reeves, 2:27.43. 4, Neely, Travis, A.F. Adderley, 2:27.62. 5, Kemp, Lavardo, C.H. Reeves, 2:28.20. 6, McKenzie, Dannarjae, S.C. McPherson, 2:36.84. 7, Major, Dion, H.O. Nash, 2:37.49. 8, Lockhart, Tanecho, L.W. Young, 2:39.85. Boys 11-13 1200M Run UNDER 14 - 1, Barr, Kevin, C.H. Reeves, 4:10.29. 2, Can-

liffe, Kashon, A.F. Adderley, 4:13.18. 3, McKenzie, Dannarjae, S.C. McPherson, 4:13.74. 4, Kemp, Lavardo, C.H. Reeves, 4:13.84. 5, Martin, Evince, S.C. McPherson, 4:23.00. 6, Paul, James, A.F. Adderley, 4:23.14. 7, Poitier, Amondo, L.W. Young, 4:37.22. 8, Tilusnord, Peterson, L.W. Young, 4:52.20. 9, Russell, Raynor, H.O. Nash, 4:54.18. 10, Delira, Henoc, D.W. Davis, 4:55.23. 11, Davis, Raynor, H.O. Nash, 4:58.83. 12, Dean, Darius, D.W. Davis, 5:10.80. Boys 11-13 4x100M Relay UNDER 14 - 1, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (McKinney, Kwame 13, Evans, Ahmad 13, Roker, Kyle 13, Flowers, Jamal 13), 51.76@. 2, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Knowles, Siras 13, Johnson, Arthur 13, Riley, Edwin 13, Ermilus, Daniel 12), 52.86@. 3, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Altidor, Herlin 13, Deveaux, Terrance 13, Mackey, Letario 13, Johnson, Jamal 13), 52.99@. 4, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Larrimore, William 13, Jones, Kareem 13, Newbold, Deshawn 13, Tilusnord, Peter 12), 53.79. 5, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Bethel, Trae 13, Major, Marlec 13, Adderley, Antwon 13, Sawyer, Santorne 12), 56.01. 6, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Dean, Kacanrio 13, Charles, Brandon 13, Canliffe, Kashon 12, Johnson, Amadeo 13), 56.67. 7, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Barr, Miguel 13, Cleary, Otave 13, Coakley, Keithon 12, Dorvil, Warrington 13), 59.64. 8, Anatol Rodgers Jr. High ‘A’ (Bruce, Linden 12, Smith, Desmond 13, Gustave, Keno 13, Brown, Raynor 12), 1:01.52. Boys 11-13 4x400M Relay UNDER 14 - 1, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Flowers, Jamal 13, Barr, Kevin 13, Kemp, Lavardo 13, Evans, Ahmad 13), 4:00.62@. 2, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Ermilus, Daniel 12, Newry, Clint 12, Riley, Edwin 13, Alleyne, Travis 13), 4:09.82. 3, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Martin, Evince 13, McKenzie, Dannarjae 13, Brown, Adrianneno 13, Mackey, Letario 13), 4:13.72. 4, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Newbold, Deshawn 13, Jones, Kareem 13, Poitier, Amondo 13, Larrimore, William 13), 4:16.09. 5, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Canliffe, Kashon 12, Paul, James 12, Paul, Ken 12, Rolle, Tarvano 12), 4:35.28. 6, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Adderley, Antwon 13, Davis, Tkai 12, Major, Marlec 13, Sawyer, Santorne 12), 4:47.45. 7, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Francis, Daniel 13, Dorvil, Warrington 13, Barr, Miguel 13, Williams, Deondre 13), 4:48.93. 8, Anatol Rodgers Jr. High ‘A’ (Edmond, Sheltin 13, Thompson, Taiten 13, Gustave, Keno 13, Noreus, Elven 13), 5:03.08. Boys 11-13 Long Jump UNDER 14 - 1, Barr, Kevin, C.H. Reeves, 4.65m, w:NWI. 2, Pierre, Anore, S.C. McPherson, 4.53m, w:NWI. 3, Brown, Adrianneno, S.C. McPherson, 4.15m, w:NWI. 4, Brown, Kristen, A.F. Adderley, 4.06m, w:NWI. 5, Farrington, Jaydn, C.H. Reeves, 4.05m, w:NWI. 6, Ermilus, Daniel, H.O. Nash, 3.98m, w:NWI. 7, Pinder, Trevon, L.W. Young, J3.98m, w:NWI. 8, Paul, Ken, A.F. Adderley, 3.86m, w:NWI. Boys 11-13 High Jump (3’8”) UNDER 14 - 1, Evans, Ahmad, C.H. Reeves, 1.60m@. 2, Stuart, Don, C.H. Reeves, 1.48m@. 3, Newbold, Deshawn, L.W. Young, 1.27m. 4, Brown, Kristen, A.F. Adderley, J1.27m. 5, Brown, Adrianneno, S.C. McPherson, J1.27m. 6, Cunningham, Jehoshaphat, A.F. Adderley, 1.22m. 6, Deveaux, Terrance, S.C. McPherson, 1.22m. 8, Sawyer, Santorne, D.W. Davis, J1.22m. 8, Tilusnord, Peter, L.W. Young, J1.22m. 8, Major, Marlec, D.W. Davis, J1.22m. Boys 11-13 Shot Put (6lbs) UNDER 14 - 1, Larrimore, William, L.W. Young, 9.81m. 2, Johnson, Eltavious, C.H. Reeves, 9.52m. 3, Storr, Fabian, D.W. Davis, 9.24m. 4, Collymore, Jermicko, H.O. Nash, 9.20m. 5, Pierre, Luke, A.F. Adderley, 8.94m. 6, Clarke, Travis, C.H. Reeves, 8.74m. 7, Dalestine, Oben, L.W. Young, 8.59m. 8, Clarke, Terrell, A.F. Adderley, 8.04m. 8, Colbey, Sion, S.C. McPherson, 8.04m. Girls 13-15 100M Dash UNDER 16 Finals - (w: NWI) 1, Williams, Dayona, C.H. Reeves, 13.73. 2, Saunders, Abigail, C.H. Reeves, 13.93. 3, Allen, Robiniqua, H.O. Nash, 14.03. 4, Bain, Correa, S.C. McPherson, 14.05. 5, Sweeting, Alexis, T.A. Thompson, 14.17. 6, Smith, Kiashia, A.F. Adderley, 14.20. 7, Johnson, Ashanique, D.W. Davis, 14.34. 8, Cooper, D’Sasha, S.C. McPherson, 14.51.


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THE OFFICIAL RESULTS: GSSSA’S 24TH ANNUAL JUNIOR TRACK & FIELD MEET • RESULTS of Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s 24th Annual Junior Track & Field Meet, held at Thomas A Robinson National Stadium, are as follows: Girls 13-15 200M Dash UNDER 16 Finals - (w: -3.7) 1, Williams, Dayona, C.H. Reeves, 28.78. 2, Raphael, Joella, T.A. Thompson, 29.21. 3, Adderley, Jael, H.O. Nash, 29.43. 4, Bain, Correa, S.C. McPherson, 29.50. 5, Brown, Shamiah, A.F. Adderley, 29.84. 6, Spence, Calvanique, H.O. Nash, 30.10. 7, Pierre, Shania, D.W. Davis, 31.80. Girls 13-15 400M Dash UNDER 16 Finals - 1, Joseph, Rowlia, A.F. Adderley, 1:06.38. 2, Cunningham, Adena, C.H. Reeves, 1:07.31. 3, Conliffe, Petranique, A.F. Adderley, 1:09.97. 4, Joseph, Kassandra, D.W. Davis, 1:31.70. Girls 13-15 800 Meter Run UNDER 16 - 1, Joseph, Rowlia, A.F. Adderley, 2:35.05@. 2, Sylvester, Ayesha, H.O. Nash, 2:41.50. 3, Smith, Nicola, C.H. Reeves, 2:45.90. 4, Joseph, Ilyne, Anatol Rodgers, 2:53.20. 5, Francis, Anthonique, C.H. Reeves, 2:56.95. 6, Rolle, India, S.C. McPherson, 2:59.92. 7, Evans, Jamie, T.A. Thompson, 3:00.44. 8,Wright, Debra, H.O. Nash, 3:00.52. Girls 13-15 1,500M Run UNDER 16 1, Smith, Nicola, C.H. Reeves, 6:04.01. 2, Joseph, Rowlia, A.F. Adderley, 6:05.96. 3, Francis, Anthonique, C.H. Reeves, 6:22.82. 4, Rolle, India, S.C. McPherson, 6:33.12. 5, Safiate, Cheline, A.F. Adderley, 6:39.75. 6, Bain, Chante, S.C. McPherson, 6:39.83. 7, Dean, Taniska, D.W. Davis, 6:46.57. 8, Joseph, Ilyne, Anatol Rodgers, 6:47.19. Girls 13-15 75M Hurdles (2’6”) UNDER 16 Finals - (w: -2.3) 1, Smith, Nicola, C.H. Reeves, 13.95. 2, Dames, Amanda, L.W. Young, 14.72. 3, Meadows, Brittney, A.F. Adderley, 15.13. 4, Charles, Cliniesha, L.W. Young, 15.29. 5, Louis, Nanyca, D.W. Davis, 15.41. 6, Nottage, Aaliyah, Anatol Rodgers, 16.88. 7, Brown, Shamiah, A.F. Adderley, 19.29. --, Williams, Dayona, C.H. Reeves, DNF. Girls 13-15 4x100M Relay UNDER 16 - 1, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Brown, Shamiah 14, Dean, Diana 14, Joseph, Rowlia 14, Smith, Kiashia 14), 54.84. 2, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Louis, Nanyca 15, Pierre, Shania 14, Gibson, Sasha 14, Johnson, Ashanique 14), 56.46. 3, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Malcolm, Breanna 15, Spence, Calvanique 14, Adderley, Jael 14, Allen, Robiniqua 14), 56.50. 4, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Anderson, T’Ashay 14, Sweeting, Alexis 14, Campbell, Asia 14, Raphael, Joella 15), 57.21. 5, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Cunningham, Adena 14, Saunders, Abigail 15, Smith, Nicola 14, Williams, Dayona 15), 58.75. 6, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Brown, Bianka 15, Coakley, Shantique 14, Rolle, Sharniece 14, Hall, Joniqua 14), 58.97. Girls 13-15 4x400M Relay UNDER 16 - 1, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Conliffe, Petranique 14, Meadows, Brittney 15, Safiate, Cheline 14, Joseph, Rowlia 14), 4:26.92@. 2, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Cunningham, Adena 14, Francis, Anthonique 14, Rolle, Shantiera 15, Smith, Nicola 14), 4:38.67. 3, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Spence, Calvanique 14, Adderley, Jael 14, Sylvester, Ayesha 14, Gordon, Ty’Anna 15), 4:51.47. 4, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Joseph, Kassandra 14, Louis, Nanyca 15, Smith, Soraya 15, Jean-Charles, Julianna 14), 4:57.03. 5, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Cooper, D’Shantae 15, Rolle, India 14, Cooper, D’Sasha 15, Bain, Correa 14), 5:00.89. 6, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Raphael, Joella 15, Evans, Jamie 15, Anderson, T’Ashay 14, Johnson, Guyia 15), 5:06.28. 7, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Dames, Amanda 14, Rolle, Sharniece 14, Brown, Bianka 15, Desinor, Janeisha 15), 5:27.71. Girls 13-15 Long Jump UNDER 16 - 1, Cunningham, Adena, C.H. Reeves, 4.48m@, w:1.8. 2, Dean, Diana, A.F. Adderley, 4.33m, w:1.0. 3, Cooper, D’Sasha, S.C. McPherson, 4.17m, w:0.6. 4, Sweeting, Alexis, T.A. Thompson, 4.13m, w:1.4. 5, Daxon, Chelsee, C.H. Reeves, 4.07m, w:0.2. 6, Johnson, Guyia, T.A. Thompson, 4.06m, w:1.3. 7, Ambrister, Laverne, Anatol Rodgers, 4.04m, w:2.2. 8, Major, Zaria, A.F. Adderley, 4.00m, w:2.1. Girls 13-15 High Jump (3’8”) UNDER 16 - 1, Major, Zaria, A.F. Adderley, 1.44m@. 2, Safiate, Cheline, A.F. Adderley, 1.41m@. 3, Bain, Correa, S.C. McPherson, 1.35m. 4, Chachoute, Ann, S.C. McPherson, 1.32m. 4, Gordon, Ty’Anna, H.O. Nash, 1.32m. 6, Charles, Cliniesha, L.W. Young, 1.27m. 7, Rolle, Hiliyah, C.H. Reeves, 1.22m. 8, Pierre, Shania, D.W. Davis, J1.22m. Girls 13-15 Shot Put (6lbs) UNDER 16 - 1, Higgs, Janay, A.F. Adderley, 10.71m@. 2, Ambrister, Laverne, Anatol Rodgers, 8.94m. 3, Fowler, Tashawanna, H.O. Nash, 7.94m. 4, Milller, Lashae, S.C. McPherson, 7.93m. 5, Fernander, Jada, L.W. Young, 7.76m. 6, Pedican, Beyonce, A.F. Adderley, 7.72m. 7, Pierre, Esther, H.O. Nash, 7.69m. 8, Henry, Sabrina, C.H. Reeves, 7.30m. Girls 13-15 Discus Throw (1k) UNDER 16 - 1, Higgs, Janay, A.F. Adderley, 24.19m@. 2, Butler, Michell, S.C. McPherson, 20.10m. 3, Morgan, Danecia, D.W. Davis, 18.95m. 4, Farrington, Shanice, S.C. McPherson, 18.63m. 5, Safiate, Cheline, A.F. Adderley, 18.36m. 6, Francis, Keirra, T.A. Thompson, 16.02m. 7, Fowler, Tashawanna, H.O. Nash, 15.66m. 8, Drorsette, Satira, T.A. Thompson, 15.42m. Girls 13-15 Javelin Throw (500gms) UNDER 16 - 1, Daxon, Chelsee, C.H. Reeves, 19.12m. 2, Butler, Michell, S.C. McPherson, 17.10m. 3, Rolle, Maranda, D.W. Davis, 16.42m. 4, Ambrister, Laverne, Anatol Rodgers, 15.93m. 5, Neely, Lowgin, C.H. Reeves, 15.82m. 6, Whyte, Brienna, D.W. Davis, 15.00m. 7, Safiate, Cheline, A.F. Adderley, 14.91m. 8, Miller, Kyana, S.C. McPherson, 13.07m. Boys 13-15 100M Dash UNDER 16 Finals - (w: NWI) 1, Lightbourne, Leandre, C.H. Reeves, 11.99. 2, Sweeting, Shaquille, Anatol Rodgers, 12.44. 3, Dean, Roscoe, D.W. Davis, 12.46. 4, Dixon, Marlon, Anatol Rodgers, 12.47. 5, Joseph, Joshua, C.H. Reeves, 12.56. 6, Clarke, Kamron, A.F. Adderley, 12.58. 7, Bethel, Shavar, T.A.

ON TRACK: Athletes compete in the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s 24th Annual Junior Track & Field Meet at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium. Photos: Terrel W Carey/Tribune Staff

Thompson, 12.66. 8, Sands, Brad, A.F. Adderley, 22.02. Boys 13-15 200M Dash UNDER 16 Finals - (w: -0.4) 1, Lightbourne, Leandre, C.H. Reeves, 23.77@. 2, Forbes, Latrell, A.F. Adderley, 24.79. 3, Joseph, Joshua, C.H. Reeves, 25.27. 4, Ferguson, Mark, D.W. Davis, 25.28. 5, Clarke, Kamron, A.F. Adderley, 25.74. Boys 13-15 400M Dash UNDER 16 Finals - 1, Forbes, Latrell, A.F. Adderley, 56.93. 2, Joseph, Joshua, C.H. Reeves, 57.64. 3, Martin, Elijah, H.O. Nash, 58.42. 4, Calixte, Ralph, H.O. Nash, 1:00.17. 5, Clarke, Dexter, D.W. Davis, 1:02.08. 6, Brown, Tevaun, A.F. Adderley, 1:03.00. 7, Gray, Brandon, S.C. McPherson, 1:05.15. 8, Fleurant, Jimpsley, S.C. McPherson, 1:06.31. Boys 13-15 800M Run UNDER 16 - 1, Pratt, Anton, C.H. Reeves, 2:13.47. 2, Jonassaint, Fredrick, C.H. Reeves, 2:15.39. 3, Gibson, Jordan, A.F. Adderley, 2:16.71. 4, Cash, Tamar, A.F. Adderley, 2:19.95. 5, Bassett, Lashaun, T.A. Thompson, 2:26.81. 6, Brown, Aaron, D.W. Davis, 2:26.83. 7, Jean-Jacques, Wilson, L.W. Young, 2:30.28. 8, Neily, Felix, T.A. Thompson, 2:30.79. Boys 13-15 1,500M Run UNDER 16 - 1, Pratt, Anton, C.H. Reeves, 4:52.10. 2, Jonassaint, Fredrick, C.H. Reeves, 5:00.11. 3, Gibson, Jordan, A.F. Adderley, 5:07.12.

4, Mortimer, Edward, L.W. Young, 5:16.84. 5, Neily, Felix, T.A. Thompson, 5:26.04. 6, Roxbury, Valentino, A.F. Adderley, 5:31.51. 7, Bassett, Lashaun, T.A. Thompson, 5:39.11. 8, Justice, Ricardo, L.W. Young, 5:45.71. Boys 13-15 80M Hurdles (2’9”) UNDER 16 Finals - (w: -2.0) 1, Wilson, Jahiem, S.C. McPherson, 13.41. 2, Kemp, Jacob, C.H. Reeves, 13.44. 3, Andrews, Antoine, H.O. Nash, 13.68. 4, Sands, Brad, A.F. Adderley, 13.71. 5, Grant, Jeffrey, Anatol Rodgers, 13.85. 6, Rolle, Romeo, H.O. Nash, 14.49. 7, Rolle, Avery, D.W. Davis, 14.77. Boys 13-15 4x100M Relay UNDER 16 - 1, Anatol Rodgers Jr. High ‘A’ (Sweeting, Shaquille 15, Dixon, Marlon 15, McPhee, Draysin 15, Grant, Jeffrey 14), 48.50. 2, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Hield, Ishmael 15, Joseph, Joshua 15, Jonassaint, Fredrick 15, Lightbourne, Leandre 14), 48.60. 3, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Gibson, Jordan 14, Clarke, Kamron 14, Cash, Tamar 14, Forbes, Latrell 14), 49.38. 4, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Davis, Joel 14, Ferguson, Mark 15, Curtis, Charlton 15, Dean, Roscoe 15), 50.49. 5, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Johnson, Kyle 15, Roxbury, Kelsey 15, Moss, Gikobe 14, Maycock, Jerado 15), 51.56. 6, L.W. Young Jr. High ‘A’ (Braynen, Clarance 14, Saunders, Matthew 14, Johnson, Terrance 15, Butler, Devante 14), 51.65.

7, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (Fowler, Tyrique 15, Butler, Lloyd 14, McKenzie, Steffen 15, Martin, Elijah 15), 51.79. 8, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Ferguson, Keano 14, Bethel, Shavar 14, Garcia, Rodriguson 14, Almarzie, Bernardo 15), 51.79. Boys 13-15 4x400M Relay UNDER 16 - 1, C.H. Reeves Jr. High ‘A’ (Jonassaint, Fredrick 15, Pratt, Anton 15, Lightbourne, Leandre 14, Joseph, Joshua 15), 3:51.22. 2, A.F. Adderley Jr. High ‘A’ (Clarke, Kamron 14, Brown, Tevaun 14, Gibson, Jordan 14, Forbes, Latrell 14), 3:52.21. 3, D.W. Davis Jr. High School ‘A’ (Rolle, Avery 14, Clarke, Dexter 15, Ferguson, Mark 15, Dean, Roscoe 15), 4:03.71. 4, S.C. McPherson Jr. High ‘A’ (Wilson, Jahiem 14, Fleurant, Jimpsley 15, Kervenley, Mathieu 15, Johnson, Kyle 15), 4:06.85. 5, T.A. Thompson Jr. High ‘A’ (Neily, Felix 14, Bethel, Shavar 14, Garcia, Rodriguson 14, Bassett, Lashaun 15), 4:19.07. 6, H.O. Nash Jr. High ‘A’ (McKenzie, Steffen 15, Miller, Wendell 14, Andrews, Antoine 14, Martin, Elijah 15), 4:28.57. Boys 13-15 Long Jump UNDER 16 - 1, Forbes, Latrell, A.F. Adderley, 5.56m, w:0.1. 2, Lightbourne, Leandre, C.H. Reeves, 5.37m, w:0.3. 3, Munroe, Arlington, C.H. Reeves, 5.17m, w:1.7. 4, Sands, Sanchez, H.O. Nash, 5.14m, w:0.6. 5, Gibson, Jordan, A.F. Adderley, 5.06m, w:1.6. 6, Andrews, Antoine, H.O. Nash, 5.00m, w:0.5. 7, Rolle, Lukadanyel, T.A. Thompson, 4.91m, w:2.5. 8, Brown, Aaron, D.W. Davis, 4.74m, w:0.8. 9, Laroda, Symillian, T.A. Thompson, 4.68m, w:0.9. 10, Francios, Maxium, D.W. Davis, 4.67m, w:1.5. 11, Hinds, Obryan, S.C. McPherson, 4.40m, w:3.3. 12, Colebrooke, Cordell, S.C. McPherson, 4.36m, w:2.4. Boys 13-15 Triple Jump UNDER 16 1, Forbes, Latrell, A.F. Adderley, 12.38m, w:2.4. 2, Gibson, Jordan, A.F. Adderley, 11.75m, w:2.5. 3, Munroe, Arlington, C.H. Reeves, 11.69m, w:0.5. 4, Clarke, Dexter, D.W. Davis, 10.22m, w:2.6. 5, Francios, Maxium, D.W. Davis, 10.20m, w:1.7. 6, Bellot, Brandon, T.A. Thompson, 10.14m, w:3.0. 7, Wilson, Jahiem, S.C. McPherson, 9.77m, w:0.8. 8, Laroda, Symillian, T.A. Thompson, 9.62m, w:2.6. --, Oliver, Joel, S.C. McPherson, FOUL. --, Kemp, Jacob, C.H. Reeves, FOUL. Boys 13-15 High Jump (4’3”) UNDER 16 - 1, Rolle, Lukadanyel, T.A. Thompson, 1.70m@. 2, Forbes, Latrell, A.F. Adderley, 1.64m. 3, Francios, Maxium, D.W. Davis, 1.61m. 4, Ferguson, Keano, T.A. Thompson, 1.55m. 5, Wilson, Jahiem, S.C. McPherson, 1.52m. 5, Woodside, Jaden, C.H. Reeves, 1.52m. 8, Calixte, Ralph, H.O. Nash, J1.49m. Boys 13-15 Shot Put (4K) UNDER 16 - 1, Beaucharde, Iverson, T.A. Thompson, 11.85m. 2, Dernier, Dwight, C.H. Reeves, 11.41m. 3, Cooper, Lashawn, C.H. Reeves, 10.53m. 4, Deveaux, Terrance, T.A. Thompson, 10.49m. 5, Smith, Dwight, L.W. Young, 9.98m. 6, Rose, Jamal, S.C. McPherson, 9.70m. 7, Roach, Breon, A.F. Adderley, 9.56m. 8, Sainfar, Benjamin, A.F. Adderley, 9.45m. Boys 13-15 Discus Throw (1k) UNDER 16 - 1, Palmer, Colin, L.W. Young, 31.66m. 2, Thomas, Vandardo, S.C. McPherson, 28.43m. 3, Coissy, Stanley, C.H. Reeves, 26.96m. 4, Roach, Breon, A.F. Adderley, 26.47m. 5, Gibson, Glen, S.C. McPherson, 26.32m. 6, Johnson, Laterio, D.W. Davis, 26.21m. 7, Rolle, Andre, C.H. Reeves, 24.99m. 8, Sainfar, Benjamin, A.F. Adderley, 24.89m. Boys 13-15 Javelin Throw (600gms) UNDER 16 - 1, Rolle, Lukadanyel, T.A. Thompson, 36.87m@. 2, Pinder, Rayvaughn, A.F. Adderley, 34.78m. 3, Gibson, Glen, S.C. McPherson, 29.92m. 4, Fowler, Tyrique, H.O. Nash, 29.22m. 5, Sainfar, Benjamin, A.F. Adderley, 28.32m. 6, Johnson, Laterio, D.W. Davis, 26.37m. 7, Rolle, Gabriel, S.C. McPherson, 24.42m. 8, Clarke, Alvin, H.O. Nash, 24.10m.


THE TRIBUNE

Wednesday, February, 15, 2017, PAGE 7

Paris Saint-Germain batters Barcelona 4-0 in the ECL By JEROME PUGMIRE AP Sports Writer PARIS (AP) — Angel Di Maria scored two superb goals as Paris Saint-Germain battered Barcelona from start to finish yesterday, hammering the five-time European champion 4-0 to take a huge advantage into the second leg of their Champions League knockout match. The Argentina winger, totally out of form for much of the season, celebrated his 29th birthday in style, rifling in an 18th-minute free kick and then skipping past two weak challenges before curling in a superb second from 25 metres (yards) out, 10 minutes after the break. Germany winger Julian Draxler continued his rich form since joining from Wolfsburg, smacking in the second goal late in the first half. Top scorer Edinson Cavani, also celebrating his birthday, emphatically drilled home the fourth in the 72nd minute — his 34th goal of a rampant season. He is no longer second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and is playing like a free spirit. The noise level at Parc des Princes reached deafening pro-

portions as the home fans watched in almost stunned disbelief as Barcelona cracked under waves of incessant pressure. Barcelona was supposed to be the favourite in the Round of 16 match, but the night turned into a damage limitation exercise, the way it does when weak sides are totally outclassed. The way Barca lost its shape and composure was completely unbecoming of such a proud club. Luis Enrique’s side was destroyed by a PSG side playing with feverish determination, desperate to prove it belongs among Europe’s elite after falling at the quarterfinals in the last four seasons. This time it looks like the mighty Barcelona won’t even reach the last eight, after equalling its worst ever Champions League defeat. Barca’s misery was compounded when centre half Samuel Umtiti hit the woodwork from point-blank range late on. Even a consolation goal was too much for this lackluster side. PSG coach Unai Emery vowed that his players were not scared of Barca’s famed MSN attack of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar, and would impose their game.

did Suarez or Neymar. Forget the MSN, tonight was all about the CDD, as Cavani, Draxler and Di Maria ran the show on an unforgettable night in PSG’s European history. The side reached the semi-finals only once, in 1995, the year before it won its only trophy, the now defunct Cup Winners Cup. On this form, the current side looks like a title candidate. One PSG banner in the stadium read “Jouez comme des guerriers, vos soldats sont derriere vous” (Play like warriors, your soldiers are behind you). The players certainly responded. Led by the indefatigable running of midfielders Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi, and the craft of Adrien Rabiot, PSG closed Barcelona down incessantly, before breaking forward at pace and stretching the creaky Catalan defense down both flanks. After missing early chances, PSG took the lead when Di Maria spotted a gap in the wall and sent a fizzing free kick past flat-footed goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen. Di Maria played with relentless energy, causing Barcelona enormous problems with his cross-

PSG’s Edinson Cavani celebrates scoring his team’s forth goal of the game yesterday during the Champion’s League round of 16, first leg soccer match against Barcelona at Parc des Princes stadium in Paris. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) How right he was. Messi, one of the best players of all time and a five-time Golden Ball winner, did nothing. Neither

field runs. He fully justified coach Emery’s decision to leave out Brazilian Lucas — one of PSG’s best players this season. Emery was missing his best defender, with Thiago Silva out through injury, and his most experienced midfielder, with Thiago Motta suspended. It made no difference whatsoever as most of the play was in Barcelona’s half. PSG’s high tempo and constant switching of play disrupted Barcelona’s shape, enabling a spare man to constantly break between the lines and in behind the back four. It was like watching Barcelona putting PSG to the sword the way it did in the quarterfinals two years ago, dominating home and away to win 5-1 on aggregate. Cavani, Matuidi and Rabiot all had shots saved with barely 10 minutes played. Barcelona’s shambolic defence did not know whether to man mark or sit deep, with PSG profiting from that indecision to full effect. When Cavani ran onto right back Thomas Meunier’s pass and drilled the ball inside Ter Stegen’s post for the fourth goal, it rounded off a perfect night for the hosts.

THE WEATHER REPORT

5-Day Forecast

TODAY

ORLANDO

High: 82° F/28° C Low: 56° F/13° C

TAMPA

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Partly cloudy and breezy

Periods of sun, a t‑storm in spots

Sunny to partly cloudy

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Low: 70°

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Statistics are for Nassau through 1 p.m. yesterday Temperature High ................................................... 81° F/27° C Low .................................................... 63° F/17° C Normal high ....................................... 77° F/25° C Normal low ........................................ 64° F/18° C Last year’s high ................................. 76° F/25° C Last year’s low ................................... 65° F/18° C Precipitation As of 1 p.m. yesterday ................................. 0.00” Year to date ................................................. 0.79” Normal year to date ..................................... 2.08”

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12:02 a.m. 12:14 p.m.

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6:19 a.m. 6:31 p.m.

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12:52 a.m. 1:04 p.m.

2.3 2.0

7:13 a.m. 7:20 p.m.

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1:46 a.m. 1:59 p.m.

2.3 1.9

8:11 a.m. 8:13 p.m.

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2:43 a.m. 2:57 p.m.

2.3 1.8

9:11 a.m. 9:08 p.m.

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MAYAGUANA High: 82° F/28° C Low: 69° F/21° C

Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

CROOKED ISLAND / ACKLINS RAGGED ISLAND High: 84° F/29° C Low: 69° F/21° C

GREAT INAGUA High: 84° F/29° C Low: 70° F/21° C

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WINDS SW at 15‑25 Knots WNW at 12‑25 Knots SW at 8‑16 Knots WNW at 8‑16 Knots SSW at 8‑16 Knots WSW at 12‑25 Knots S at 8‑16 Knots WSW at 8‑16 Knots SSW at 10‑20 Knots W at 12‑25 Knots SW at 12‑25 Knots NW at 10‑20 Knots SW at 8‑16 Knots W at 10‑20 Knots SE at 8‑16 Knots SW at 6‑12 Knots S at 8‑16 Knots WSW at 10‑20 Knots S at 8‑16 Knots SW at 8‑16 Knots SSW at 10‑20 Knots WNW at 10‑20 Knots S at 7‑14 Knots WSW at 7‑14 Knots SW at 10‑20 Knots W at 12‑25 Knots

WAVES 4‑7 Feet 5‑9 Feet 1‑3 Feet 2‑4 Feet 3‑6 Feet 3‑5 Feet 1‑3 Feet 2‑4 Feet 3‑6 Feet 3‑5 Feet 3‑6 Feet 4‑7 Feet 1‑3 Feet 1‑3 Feet 1‑3 Feet 2‑4 Feet 1‑3 Feet 1‑3 Feet 4‑8 Feet 3‑6 Feet 1‑3 Feet 2‑4 Feet 1‑3 Feet 1‑3 Feet 2‑4 Feet 2‑4 Feet

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PAGE 8, Wednesday, February, 15, 2017

THE TRIBUNE

Cavaliers hold off Wiggins and Timberwolves, 116-108 By JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Basketball Writer MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — LeBron James had 25 points, 14 assists and eight rebounds to turn back a charge from Andrew Wiggins and help the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 116-108 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves last night. Channing Frye had 21 points and 10 rebounds while starting for All-Star Kevin Love, who will miss at least the next six weeks after having surgery on his left knee. Kyre Irving scored 25 points for the Cavs

and James sealed the victory with a stepback 3-pointer with two minutes to play. Wiggins scored 41 points against the team that drafted him and Karl-Anthony Towns scored 26 for the Wolves, who finished a six-game homestand at 2-4. The Wolves allowed Cleveland to shoot 51 per cent and hit 13 3s. James tried to calm the Cavs on Tuesday morning when they found out they would be without Love for the stretch run in an Eastern Conference race that is suddenly tight with the Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards right on their heels. He said that as long as he’s on the

floor, the Cavs will always have a chance to win, and no one doubts him. He took his time to get going, choosing to get others involved, including with a nolook pass through Wiggins’ legs to a diving Derrick Williams for a layup in the second quarter. He threw down two soaring dunks later in the third and added a Jordan-like reverse layup as part of a highlight-filled night. The Cavs appeared to be pulling away when they opened a 14-point lead in the third quarter, but Wiggins exploded for 20 points in the period to make it a game. He hit a 3-pointer and beat the buzzer on

WESTERN CONFERENCE

a long 2 to tie it at 93 going into the fourth. Wiggins was chosen by the Cavs No. 1 overall three years ago, but that was before James made his surprising return to Cleveland. The Cavs traded Wiggins to Minnesota for Love and Wiggins has always given them his best punch. He entered the night averaging 27.6 points per game against them, his highest scoring average against any team in the league. The Wolves missed two open 3-pointers that would have tied the game in the final four minutes, but James hit his from deep and Williams got a steal and a layup to hold off the Wolves.

EASTERN CONFERENCE

CAVALIERS’ LeBron James gets off a pass as Timberwolves’ Karl-Anthony Towns, left, and Gorgui Dieng defend during the first half of last night’s game in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

BULLS BEAT RAPTORS FOR 11TH STRAIGHT TIME By PAUL LADEWSKI Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — Doug McDermott scored 20 points, All-Star Jimmy Butler had 19 points and 12 assists in his return to the lineup, and the Chicago Bulls continued their mastery over the Toronto Raptors in a 105-94 vic-

tory last night. Taj Gibson had 14 points and Rajon Rondo added 12 to help the Bulls beat the Raptors for the 11th straight time. Toronto’s last win in the series was December 31, 2013. Chicago led by as many as 23 points and never trailed in the final three quarters to snap a three-game skid. Kyle Lowry scored 22

points to lead the Raptors, who lost their third straight and fell one-half game behind idle Atlanta for the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference. DeMar DeRozan was limited to 18 points — 10 below his season average. He was whistled for his second technical found in the final minute and ejected from the game.

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