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Fun run/walk road race to remember ‘Uncle Lou’ By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter LEVITICUS ‘Uncle Lou’ Adderley, one of the most influential Bahamian sporting personalities, will be remembered by the St Augustine’s College Alumni Association with the staging of another fun run/walk road race. Now into its 11th year, the popular Uncle Lou 10K Fun Run/Walk is all set for 6am Saturday, starting from Rawson Square and ending up on the campus of St Augustine’s College where Adderley served as the first Bahamian principal. Runners will leave Rawson Square and travel south on Parliament Street,

right on Shirley Street, around Princess Street in front of Government House, right on Cumberland Street and onto Bay Street to the Sir Sidney Poitier Bridge to Paradise Island. Once on Paradise Island, the runners will turn right and head over the old bridge and left onto Bay Street, turn right on Village Road and then left on Bernard Road and right to the finish line at St Augustine’s College. For the walkers, they will travel from Rawson Square and travel east all the way to Village Road and turn onto Bernard Road where they will also complete the course on SAC’s campus. Godfrey, or Stephen Robinson, the president of

LEVITICUS ADDERLEY the Alumni Association, noted that registration, which is priced at $15 for children under 15 and $25 for adults, is going rather slow, but he advised that they can still pre-register at the Sports Center in the

Harbour Bay, Sandy Port or Mall at Marathon locations, or prior to the starting time on race day. “This is the 11th annual running of the event and of course Uncle Lou would have celebrated his birthday on Sunday past, so we always try to have the event in the week of his birthday,” said Robinson of Adderley, who passed away in 2003. Adderley, who was a serving deacon at St Anselm’s Roman Catholic Church at the age of 69 at the time of his death, was a former Greco-Roman wrestling champion while attending St John’s University in Minnesota. He was also an outstanding lawn tennis player as well as a baseball,

basketball and volleyball player and executive. He also served as the athletics director and coach at St Augustine’s College where he helped to groom the Big Red Machine into a powerhouse in sports. Adderley eventually founded the Bahamas Association of Certified Officials in 1976 and was also a founding member of the Bahamas Association of Basketball Officials. Robinson, a member of the 2015 graduating class of St Augustine’s College, said he’s hoping that more persons, especially those who attended SAC and competed for the Big Red Machine, will come out and support the event. “I think three years ago we had our

Thompson steps up her game By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter s a senior at Morgan State University, Danielle Thompson has been called upon to be more of a leader for the Lady Bears women’s division one tennis team. In recent weeks, the Lady Bears lost a couple of players, which has forced Thompson to step up her game and she responded very well in a pair of MEAC Conference games over the weekend. Now performing as the solo captain of the team and in the top spot, Thompson won her singles match with a 6-1, 4-6, 10-7 decision against the University of Pittsburgh on Saturday and 6-2, 6-4 against George Washington University. However, Morgan State lost both matches to drop their win-loss record to 1-6. For Thompson, it has been a pretty rough season, but she’s excited to know that she’s getting into the flow of things after their roster has dwindled from seven to five players with the unexpected loss of two players over the last few weeks. “The last few matches I’ve gotten into my groove and I had to put a lot of stuff behind me and just focus on what I have to do,” she told The Tribune. “I have tried not to let all of what is happening with the team affect me. “I don’t know what happened, but after losing those two players, we are put at a disadvantage and that put a lot of pressure on the remaining players. I know I had to step it up and put it behind me and not allow the other girls to see how it affected me.” With the majority of the other players as freshmen, Thompson said she’s been overwhelmed by the role she has had to take on, but she’s taken charge and the rest of the team has fed off her energy. “We are more motivated because we have a lot more work to do than the other teams,” she said. “Most of the teams we are


playing against have at least 7-10 girls and we are down to just five, so it’s a lot tougher for us to perform.” Despite the circumstances, Thompson said she’s looking forward to leading the Lady Bears going into the remainder of the season when they take on Loyola University in Baltimore on Thursday. Then during their spring break next week, the Lady Bears will head to North Carolina for a pair of conference games against North Carolina A&T State in Greensboro on Thursday, March 20 and North Carolina Central in Durham on Saturday, March 22. “It gives me more motivation to play and prove to myself that I can

DANIELLE THOMPSON, in action above, has been forced to step up her game as a leader for the Lady Bears tennis team. lead the team especially since we don’t have all of the players that

we should have on our roster,” she projected. “I know I have to step my game up a lot more. I wouldn’t say that I feel pressured. I am pretty loose now that I got those few wins under my belt against those two big schools that we played. So when I go on the court, I play more loose and confident without any of the negative energy.” As she prepares for the rest of the season, the 5-foot, 2-inch power-packed player will celebrate her 23rd birthday on Friday with a team dinner. ‘Danie,’ as she’s affectionately called, is the daughter of Gail and Stephen Thompson. She is expected to graduate in May with her degree in hospitality management.

Dean won’t be seeking another term as NPSA president By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter ALTHOUGH he’s now a newly elected executive of the Bahamas Softball Federation, Henry Dean said he won’t be seeking another term in office as president of the New Providence Softball Association.

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After sitting in the chair for the past two years, Dean said he won’t be seeking another term when the NPSA goes to the polls to select its new executive team 7pm Thursday in the office at the Banker’s Field in the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex. As they prepare for the elections, Dean advised that only teams that played in the past season will be allowed to vote for the candidates of their choice, who must be present. For those persons who will not be able to attend, Dean said their proxies must be made in writing to the NPSA before the start of the meeting. When asked why he opted not to return, the new second vice president of the BSF at the elections held on Saturday past said he’s done after putting in some measures to help govern the sport in New Providence. “I think we did a wonderful job,” he stated. “We started to put some procedures and practices in order

and we certainly gave an “My expectations is account of our finances that the federation will and we left the assojump start a programme ciation in a much better that will revitalise softposition financially than ball in the Family Islands we met it. It does give and then create the comthe next administration petition between the some latitude, but they islands as we did in the still have a far way to go. past with the nationals,” “Managers, more so Dean said. than the players, must “And we hope to decide on the future of expose the national softball. They have to teams to more internaHENRY DEAN come together for the tional competition and common good. develop programmes “The sport is much bigger than that will help to enhance the abilione team or any individual and ties of our local players. If we can develop some level of wholesome- do that, we will be well on our way ness and better understanding of to pushing the sport further.” rules and regulations as to where Dean, a local businessman and they want to go.” former president of the Masters It’s not certain who will be vying Softball League, took over from to take over from Dean, but he Godfrey ‘Gully’ Burnside, who said he will be willing to lend any had also stepped down and didn’t support that he can because he seek another term in office after wants to see the sport continue to serving for two consecutive terms. grow from where he left it as he Dean is now in his first sting as a moves on to the BSF. BSF executive.

biggest turnout ever with some 300 participants, but it dwindled the following year and last year it was down to about 100 competitors,” he recalled. “But we would hope that with the amount of SACers who would have passed through the institution would not have a problem coming out and supporting an event that is honouring a great man like Uncle Lou. “For some reason, the interest is just not there from those persons who have red running through their veins, except when it comes to the BAISS.” Proceeds from the race will assist St Augustine’s College, so Robinson feels


BIG RED MACHINE EARN TRIP TO PENN RELAYS IN addition to repeating as the overall champions of the National High School Track and Field Championships, the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine booked three of the four spots for the relay teams that were awarded full rides to the prestigious Penn Relays. The incentives were offered by the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture from the performances produced during the three-day meet that took place last week at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium. The Big Red Machine earned the rights for both their under-20 girls 4 x 100 and 4 x 400m relay teams, as well as their under-20 boys 4 x 100m team. They will be joined by Bishop Michael Eldon from Grand Bahama. In the under-20 girls’ 4 x 100m relay, SAC’s team of Aliyah Carter and Doniesha Anderson won the race in 47.84 seconds ahead of St John’s College’s team of Shania Darrell, Jameka Chisolm, Lauryn Carter and Wendira Moss, who finished second in 48.76. Queen’s College’s team of Onnieka Rolle, Tyler Lightbourn, Tyra McKenzie and Craiesha Johnson was third in 49.36. St Augustine’s College’s team of Adderley, Marissa White, Carter and Doniesha won the under-20 girls 4 x 400m relay in 3:56.80 to secure their next berth, holding off Queens College’s team of DeAvae Adderley, Johnson, Mitchell and Danielle Dean, who was second in 4:17.29. CI Gibson Sr got third in 4:21.38 with the team of  Rochelle Tibby, Brittany Bastian, Latavia Braynen and Jalexia Philistine. The Big Red Machine’s under-20 boys 4x100m team of Andreas Seymour, Joel Johnson, Oscar Smith and Adrian Curry made sure that they joined their female counterparts by winning in 41.96. They beat out Tabernacle Baptist Academy’s team of Nasterio Williams, Corey Sherrod, Ethnie Stubbs and Shaquiel Higgs, who ran 42.07 for second. Queen’s College’s team of Kristin Major, Lavardo Handfield, Sean Rolle and Max Azor was third in 42.40. The boys under-20 4x400m team from Bishop Michael Eldon won in 3:20.21 for their berth. Their team comprised of William Forbes, Emmit



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ADRIAN PETERSON, JORDY NELSON CUT, BREES STAYS WITH SAINTS By BARRY WILNER AP Pro Football Writer ADRIAN Peterson’s short stint in Arizona is over. Jordy Nelson long and productive stay in Green Bay has ended, too. Meanwhile, Drew Brees is staying put in the Big Easy, Case Keenum is headed to the Rocky Mountains, and Kirk Cousins will make his first visit as a free agent to Minnesota. The Vikings long have been considered a natural landing spot for one of the most valuable quarterbacks available. One day before the league’s new year begins, veteran running back Peterson was released by the Cardinals yesterday, and receiver Nelson — Aaron Rodgers’ favourite target — was let go by the Packers. Seven-time All-Pro

running back Peterson began last season with New Orleans but, after barely playing there, was dealt to the Cardinals. Peterson rushed for 134 yards in a win over Tampa Bay and 159 in a win over San Francisco. In six games, he gained 448 yards on 129 carries for Arizona before being sidelined with a neck injury. Peterson, who turns 33 next week, ranks 12th in the NFL in career rushing with 12,276 yards. Nelson had 550 receptions and 69 touchdown catches in 10 seasons in Green Bay. But his production declined last season with Rodgers sidelined much of the year by a collarbone injury. He missed the 2015 season with a major knee injury, and then was the 2016 Comeback Player of the Year.

IN this file photo, Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson watches from the sideline during an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks. (AP)

“We cannot thank Jordy enough for all that he has given the Green Bay Packers and our community for the past 10 years,” general manager Brian Gutekunst said. “He has been an exemplary professional and teammate and greatly contributed to our success.” Brees has agreed to a two-year, $50 million extension with New Orleans, with $27 million guaranteed the first year, two people familiar with the contract told The Associated Press. They spoke on condition of anonymity Tuesday because the agreement has not been announced. Brees is 39 and wants to finish his career in New Orleans, where he has played since 2006, won a Super Bowl and led what has been one of the most productive offenses in the

NFL since he and coach Sean Payton arrived. “I’ll be here as long as they’ll have me,” Brees said after last season ended. In 2017, Brees completed an NFL-record 72 per cent of his passes for 4,334 yards and 23 touchdowns against eight interceptions. He ranked fourth in the NFL in yards passing and the Saints ranked second in the NFL in total offence. Keenum, a backup when the season began, guided Minnesota to the NFC North title and then into the conference championship game. He’ll cash in with the Broncos. The 30-year-old Keenum is considered the secondbest QB available in free agency after Cousins. He went 11-3 with 3,547 yards passing, 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions. His last-second throw to Stefon

Diggs stunned the Saints 29-24 in the playoffs. Denver chose to bypass incumbents Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch and go for Keenum, who can’t sign until today. Six years ago, GM John Elway landed Peyton Manning, the biggest free-agent prize in NFL history, following his release by the Colts and a series of neck fusion surgeries. Manning guided the Broncos to two Super Bowls and won the 2015 NFL championship. Now, Elway hopes another free agent will replicate Manning. Cousins will visit with the Vikings today, agent Mike McCartney said. ESPN reported that Cousins will sign with the Vikings, but McCartney said no decision has been made yet by his client.

Venus beats Serena 6-3, 6-4 at Indian Wells By BETH HARRIS AP Sports Writer INDIAN WELLS, California (AP) — One sister is rusty, just beginning a comeback after having a baby. The other is rejuvenated at 37, back in the world’s top 10. An unwanted rivalry with roots going back 20 years had its latest chapter Monday night at the BNP Paribas Open, with Venus Williams beating sister Serena 6-3, 6-4 in the third round for her first win over her younger sibling since 2014. It was their earliest meeting since a 17-year-old Venus beat 16-year-old Serena in the second round of the 1998 Australian Open. They played Monday night for the first time since

last year’s Australian Open final, when a pregnant Serena won her 23rd Grand Slam title. “That’s going to be a huge story, maybe the story of the year,” men’s No. 1 Roger Federer said of Serena’s comeback. “Hopefully, she decides to play a lot and enjoy herself in the process and get back to who knows how high? It almost doesn’t matter, but it would just be amazing to see her do it now.” But this night belonged to Aunt Venus. She closed out the 1 ½-hour match on her second match point when Serena’s forehand service return sailed long. It was one of Serena’s 41 unforced errors, including 17 on the forehand side. “I’m just lucky that I’ve played more matches than

VENUS Williams talks with media after defeating sister Serena Williams during the third round of the BNP Paribas Open. (AP Photo/Crystal Chatham) her right now,” Venus said on court afterward. “She just came roaring back. I had chances for the match to be over, but it wasn’t.” Venus broke Serena at love in the sixth game for a

4-2 lead in the first set. She emphatically closed out the 36-minute set with back-toback aces that clocked 108 mph and 120 mph. “I definitely know her well, but she definitely

played a little bit better than she normally does,” Serena said. “She served very consistently. She just did everything great.” Venus raced out to leads of 3-0 and 5-2 in the second set. Serena’s shot went wide to set up her sister’s first match point. But Serena cracked a backhand winner down the line for deuce. Venus’ forehand was long and she double-faulted away the game to make it 5-3. Serena held to trail 5-4 with an ace and a clean winner. Venus faced two break points in the next game, but got bailed out on Serena’s consecutive forehand errors to get to deuce. Venus hung on from there to end their 29th meeting. “Missing shots that I never miss, and so close,”

Serena said. “At least they’re in the margin. “I’m getting there. It’s not exactly where I want to be, but I’ll get there eventually.” Serena still owns a 17-12 advantage overall, although Venus evened their WTA Tour head-to-head meetings at 7-7. “I really abhor every time we play, but I do enjoy the battle when I’m out there,” Serena said last weekend. “It’s just afterwards I don’t like it as much.” It was obvious at the net when they greeted each other with a one-arm hug and neither smiled. Venus did her usual victory pirouette, but still didn’t smile. A stone-faced Serena exited the court to cheers, pointing her right index finger in the air.

Fun run/walk road race to remember ‘Uncle Lou’ FROM PAGE 1 this is a way for persons to come back and make a contribution to their alma mater. “There is a bit of disappointment, but we will continue pushing and doing what we have to do to keep his memory alive,” Robinson stated. “We want to try and assist the school in whatever way possible.

“So we are looking forward to trying to reach more of the alumni body as we will also be undertaking a new initiative in the next few weeks. I can’t say anything about it just yet because we are still waiting for the final approval to go forth. But once the announcement is made, we hope that can come forth and assist in this major project.”

As for the road race, Robinson said the alumni association will be in front of the Sports Center in the Harbor Bay Shopping Centre from 10am until 6pm for pre-registration. The last registration will take place starting at 5am on race day. For those who will be seeking transportation, Robinson said they will transport competitors from

SAC on race day for those who wish to park there and for those who park downtown, they will be transported back after the race is completed. Aliv is one of the major sponsors this year and they will be providing four cell phones to the two overall winners in the run, who will receive an Iphone and two Samsung to the two overall winners in the walk.

“We do our normal breakfast, which is chicken souse at the end,” Robinson said. “We will also have three or four raffles, so even if you don’t win in your division, there is still something for everyone to win with the raffle. “We will be doing something different this year as we provide some prizes from our other sponsors.

So we are not just urging SACers to come out, but we want to continue to welcome the running and walking community to come out and support us.” All participants will also receive a commemorative t-shirt as well as a medal for their participation. Trophies will be presented to the first three finishers in each category in both the run and walk.  

Big Red Machine earn trip to Penn Relays FROM PAGE 1 Higgins Jr, Braham Najman and Ty Dawkins. Tabernacle Baptist Academy fell short as their team of Nasterio Williams, Devonte Smith, Shaquiel Higgs and Corey Sherrod ran 3:21.68 for second. Doris Johnson’s team of James Augustin, Edward Munroe, Shanton Swain and Venord Burrows was third in 3:21.85. The Penn Relays will take place April 26-28 at the University of Pennsylvania. It’s considered the third most attended track and field event in the world behind the Olympic Games and the IAAF World Championships.

During the Nationals, which served as a qualifier for the CARIFTA Games, at least seven athletes attained the standard and 12 records were broken as the Big Red Machine carted off the title over Queen’s College and the Falcons from Tabernacle Baptist Academy. Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard, who along with several of his collegiates were on hand to present the medals and trophies to the various winners, said it was an incredible display of talent by the athletes. “It was wonderful to see students coming from the Family Islands and, as you can see, there are a number of teams from the

Family Islands that were dominant in a number of categories,” he said. “What that underscores is that the talent that we have is national in scope and it makes a compelling case as to why it’s important for us to have facilities available because despite the fact that some of these students have been disadvantaged by the facilities they have, inclusive of Grand Bahama, they have prepared well, which is a testimony to their perseverance and the preparation by their coaches.” Pintard said they will now have to work on fine tuning the skills of the coaches and the officials so that they are prepared nationally

to get the athletes ready for the global competition they will be facing, including the upcoming CARIFTA Games, scheduled for March 30 to April 2. “This is wonderful in terms of what I’ve seen over the last few days and I’m looking forward to the CARIFTA Games,” Pintard said. “I think we had a wonderful meet and the CARIFTA Games promises to be even more spectacular.” Rupert Gardiner, the meet director for the Nationals, said it was an outstanding event. “We had a record breaking participation of 67 teams and over 1,600 athletes and so it can only get better and better,” he stated.

TOWNS SCORES 37 TO LEAD TIMBERWOLVES PAST WIZARDS 116-111 By HOWARD FENDRICH AP Sports Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — KarlAnthony Towns recovered from a shot to the mouth that left him down on the court and finished with a season-high 37 points and 10 rebounds, leading the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 116-111 victory over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night. Towns shot 13 for 17, including making all three of his 3-point attempts, and showed no ill effects after getting knocked in the face with about a minute left in the first half. Entering the fourth quarter in this defense-optional contest, the Wizards were ahead 90-82. The hosts stretched that to a gamehigh edge of 10 points, at 95-85 with 10 minutes left. But a 20-3 run capped by an inside basket from Andrew

Wiggins off Towns’ assist put Minnesota up 105-98 with less than 5½ minutes to go. After the Wizards got within 111-109, Towns sank a corner 3 with 29 seconds left to push the visitors’ lead back up to five. Every starter scored at least 10 points for the Timberwolves, who were coming off a victory over the Golden State Warriors in their previous game. Wiggins scored 16, and Nemanja Bjelica had 17, plus eight rebounds and seven assists. Markieff Morris led Washington with a season-high 27 points, and Bradley Beal added 19. But when Washington had a chance to try to get a tying 3-pointer, down 114-111 and inbounding the ball with 15.8 seconds remaining, Beal — guarded by Towns out on the perimeter — threw a bad pass that was intercepted by Teague.

TIMBERWOLVES centre Karl-Anthony Towns drives against Wizards centre Marcin Gortat (13) last night. (AP) Washington led 59-56 at halftime, thanks to three players in double figures: Morris with 14 points, Tomas Satoransky with 11 and Beal with 10. Towns led

Minnesota with 17. After getting hit late in the second quarter, Towns remained face-down briefly, then rolled onto his back, and Timberwolves coach Tom Thibodeau came out to check on him. Eventually, Towns got up and went over to the bench, holding his chin. Towns was back out there to open the second half, and he kept getting the ball down low — and kept putting it in the hoop. Wizards starting center Marcin Gortat, in particular, put up little resistance while trying to guard the All-Star known by his initials, KAT. Both teams are without AllStar guards at the moment. The Timberwolves are missing Jimmy Butler, who had surgery on his right knee on Feb. 25, while the Wizards don’t have John Wall, out since late January because of an operation on his left knee.

“The meet was designed to follow the way of the NCAA meets and that was why it was so successful. “We had a very good team of organisers who came together like Margaret Wilson, Kim Hanna, Shekietha Dames, the PS, the Director of Youth, the NSA, BACO, the Tex team, everybody came together and made it successful.” The focus now switches to the final CARIFTA trials this weekend at the stadium that will be hosted by the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations. It comes two weeks before the CARIFTA Games return to the Bahamas for the eighth time over the Easter holiday weekend.

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Alpha Team wins RBDF Basketball Lunch Bowl BRUTE guts and determination helped the men of Alpha Team power their way to win the basketball championship trophy at the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s Basketball Lunch Bowl competition on Friday. In observance of the RBDF’s 38th anniversary and Health and Fitness Month, this tournament is one of the many sporting activities the officers and marines will be showcasing. The men and women of the Defence Force form the Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta teams. The Basketball Lunch Bowl championship game, which was played at the Coral Harbour Base, pitted

the Alpha team against Charlie team. After racing to a 22-13 halftime lead, the Alpha team held on to win the game with a final score of 38-33. Leading the way for Alpha was Leading Seaman Otis Ferguson with 10 points with Marine Seamen Ivan Rolle and Marine Seaman Kirk Bain chipping in with nine points each. Marine Mechanic Elway Pickstock led Charlie team with nine points in a losing effort, and Marine Seaman Lorenzo Rolle added another eight points. Coordinator of the event, Chief Petty Officer James Darling, lauded both the players and the fans whose

MARINE Seaman Benoit Brown defends Marine Seaman Ivan Rolle of the Alpha team. energy and support during the week of the tournament was infectious.


According to Darling, events as such inculcates deep fraternal bonds and camaraderie among coworkers that is required, especially in our line of work. With a volleyball tournament up next on the sporting calendar, he anticipates an even bigger and better event. Referees for the game were Lieutenant Delvonne Duncombe and Petty Officer Raynard Dawkins. Team captains for Alpha and Charlie teams were Petty Officer Carlton Mackey and Leading Seaman Tomico Butler respectively. Even as the Force strides quickly into its 38th year of official existence, Commodore Bethel thanked

MARINE Mechanic Elway Pickstock drives to the basket.

ABLE Mechanic Anthony Fowler is defended by Marine Mechanic Pickstock of Alpha team during the RBDF Lunch Bowl basketball championship game on March 9. The Aplha team defeated Charlie 38-33. Photos by Marine Seaman Kyle Smith/RBDF supporters and planners for continuing to reach towards heights beyond,

remembering their successes and adapting to overcome challenges.



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Iniesta’s return key for Barcelona against Chelsea By TALES AZZONI AP Sports Writer MADRID (AP) — Andres Iniesta has a knack for great performances against Chelsea. His injury-time goal in the semi-finals of the 2009 Champions League remains one of the most important of his career. And he also scored against the English club in the 2012 semi-finals, even though Barcelona was eliminated that time. In the first leg of this year’s encounter between the two teams, it was Iniesta who set up Lionel Messi’s important away goal in a 1-1 result that gave the Spanish club an edge going into today’s return match at Camp Nou Stadium. It’s unclear, though, if Iniesta will get a chance to thrive against Chelsea again on Wednesday. The midfielder is nursing a hamstring injury in his right leg and is listed as doubtful for the second leg. The 33-year-old Iniesta had to be replaced in the first half of Barcelona’s

Spanish league match against Atletico Madrid on March 4. He grabbed his right thigh before going down and requesting medical attention in the 22nd minute at Camp Nou. He returned to the match but lasted only about 10 minutes before being substituted. Iniesta was expected to be out for at least two weeks but appeared to be recovering ahead of schedule. He practiced with the rest of his teammates Monday for the first time since the injury, finishing the session without any problems. He also was on the pitch during the team’s final practice yesterday. “It’s a huge game, and you need to be 100 per cent ready to play in games like these,” Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said Tuesday. “We will see how he does in the last training session and then we will make a decision. “Of course, when it comes to an elimination match, the player is more inclined to take risks,”

easy time picking his substitute. Andre Gomes, who replaced Iniesta when he had to leave the match against Atletico, has been constantly jeered by part of Barcelona fans because of his lacklustre performances. Paulinho started the season well but hasn’t played at the same level recently, and Denis Suarez is out injured. Philippe Coutinho could have been a viable option but he is ineligible after having already played in this season’s Champions League with Liverpool before being signed by Barcelona. “We don’t have anyone similar, because Iniesta is unique, but there are players who can play in a similar function, like Denis, Coutinho, Gomes ...,” Valverde said. “We have several options, we’ll see.” Valverde could even consider drastically changing the team’s tactical scheme by replacing Iniesta with Ousmane Dembele, who played well in the team’s 2-0 win at Malaga in the

FC Barcelona’s coach Ernesto Valverde attends a press conference yesterday at the Sports Center FC Barcelona Joan Gamper in Sant Joan Despi. (AP) Valverde said. “But you have to weigh how big is this risk.” Chelsea coach Antonio Conte said it would be good for football if Iniesta got to play. “We are talking about a great player. There are many great players, with great talent, but he is a football genius,” Conte said. “I don’t know if he will play, but in games like these it is right that you face the best players, so I hope he doesn’t miss out.” Iniesta’s importance for Barcelona goes beyond his past heroics against Chelsea.

The team’s captain, Iniesta has been crucial for the Catalan club recently as the team’s other midfielders have struggled. “We all know what Andres adds to the team, both on the field and as the captain,” Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets said. “You give him the ball and he always knows what to do with it. He always brings something positive. We have one last training and we hope that he will be fit. He will have the last word.” If Iniesta can’t play today, Valverde won’t have an


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High: 75° F/24° C Low: 69° F/21° C





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6-12 knots Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

Statistics are for Nassau through 2 p.m. yesterday Temperature High ................................................... 77° F/25° C Low .................................................... 70° F/21° C Normal high ....................................... 79° F/26° C Normal low ........................................ 65° F/18° C Last year’s high ................................. 88° F/31° C Last year’s low ................................... 65° F/18° C Precipitation As of 2 p.m. yesterday ................................. 0.19” Year to date ................................................. 6.79” Normal year to date ..................................... 3.60”



Spanish league on Saturday. It would be a much more aggressive set up, adding another forward to play alongside Messi and Luis Suarez. Messi, who is having another stellar season, is certain to return to the squad after missing the Malaga match because of the birth of his third son, Ciro. Messi scored the equaliser in the first leg after Iniesta smartly recovered a ball in attack and avoided a defender’s tackle before making a soft pass to the Argentina playmaker inside the area. In 2009, it was Messi who rolled the ball for Iniesta’s strike from outside the area in the third minute of injury time at Stamford Bridge, silencing the Chelsea crowd and putting Barcelona on track to winning another Champions League title. Iniesta was optimistic he would get another chance to thrive like that against the English club. “Getting closer,” he said, “day after day.”




High: 75° F/24° C Low: 71° F/22° C

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MAYAGUANA High: 80° F/27° C Low: 73° F/23° C

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


High: 79° F/26° C Low: 72° F/22° C

GREAT INAGUA High: 83° F/28° C Low: 74° F/23° C









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NHS. 8, #806 Pierre, Sedlan, North Dorsett, Basil, S.A.C., 10.40m, NHS, (34- Conliffe, Kashon 13, #60 Lightbourne, Eleuthera, 5:32.17. 9, #50 Conliffe, Kashon, 01.50). 6, #13 Delia, James, Agape Logan 13, #64 Neely, Travis 14, #54 DolA.F. Adderley, 5:32.19. 10, #1504 Hamil- Christian, 10.13m, (33-03). 7, #1269 Bur- cine, Lens 13), 51.79. 6, Temple ton, Tylere, Queens College, 5:32.79. rows, Jamal, ST John’s, 9.73m, (31-11.25). Christian #1447 Armbrister, Joshua 14, 11, #1304 Forbes, Kendal, Sister Mary Patr, 8, #945 Carey, Jonathan, Queens College, #1448 Barnes, Omario 13, #1457 Lynes, 5:34.09. 12, #335 Thompson, Ethan, Cen- 9.65m, (31-08). 9, #1466 Woods, Keyshawn, Dilinco 14, #1450 Campbell, Andric 14), Girls 4x100 Meter Relay Under 15 tral Andros H, 6:50.67. 
 Temple, 9.24m, (30-03.75). 10, #747 Moise, 51.91. 7, P. J. Bethel High (#1510 AdderFinals - 1, Tabernacle Baptist AcadBoys Long Jump 3 + 3 Under 15 - 1, Joylin, Nassau Christian, 8.90m, (29-02.50). ley, Shemar 13, #851 Leguerre, Clinton 13, emy (#1390 Hewitt, Vanessa 14, #1396 #1415 McKie, Deangelo, Tabernacle Bapti, 10, #546 Russell, Jordan, Huntley Christie, #1509 Philippe, Gordan 14, #859 Tergenus, Thompson, Cassie 14, #1395 Thompson, 5.60m, NHS, w:-0.8 (18-04.50). 2, #1305 8.90m, (29-02.50). 12, 1492 Johnson, Loveimski 14), 52.00. 8, Saint Augustine’s Cassidra 14, #1385 Dean, Stephinique Hutchinson, Brandon, Sister Mary Patr, Sidron, Preston Albury H, 8.49m, (27- College 5 (#1226 Sherman, Benjamin 13, 13), 50.30. 2, Saint Augustine’s College 5 5.37m, w:-1.7 (17-07.50). 3, #947 Cart- 10.25). 13, #882 Saunders, Kyanno, Preston #1218 Laing, Otto 14, #1188 Farquharson, (#1116 Forbes, Sanai 14, #1148 Saunders, wright, Michael, Queens College, 5.15m, Albury H, 8.00m, (26-03). 14, #52 Dean, Stephan 14, #1187 Evans, Zachary 14), Danuelle 14, #1095 Adderley, Apryl 14, w:-0.6 (16-10.75). 4, #1450 Campbell, Rameko, A.F. Adderley, 7.51m, (24-07.75). 59.37. 
 #1102 Bullard, Asia 14), 50.74. 3, Hunt- Andric, Temple, 5.01m, w:-1.2 (16-05.25). 15, #18 Reitsma, Dirk, Agape Christian, Boys 4x400 Meter Relay Under 15 ley Christie High (#528 Russell, Halicia 5, #404 Smith, Shamar, Eight Mile Rock, 7.12m, (23-04.50). 16, #625 Petty, Tamario, Finals - 1, Queens College 11 (#954 Evans, 14, #527 Miller, Troynell 14, #526 May- 4.94m, w:-1.6 (16-02.50). 6, #1267 Brown, Kingsway Academy, 6.99m, (22-11.25). 17, Ahmad 14, #957 Flowers, Jamaal 14, cock, Rnaya 14, #515 Augustine, Frideline Carlos, ST John’s, 4.91m, w:0.1 (16-01.50). #1191 Forbes, De’andre, S.A.C., 6.32m, #947 Cartwright, Michael 13, #948 Chan14), 51.77. 4, Queens College 11 (#923 7, #734 Bellot, Jonathon, Nassau Christian, (20-09). 
 dler, Matthew 13), 3:41.12. 2, Neilly, Kasha 14, #894 Clarke, Lydia 14, 4.90m, w:-1.1 (16-01). 8, #1309 Neely, Boys Discus Throw 1k (3+3) Under 15 Tabernacle Baptist Academy (#1401 #885 Archer, Paige 13, #935 Valcourt, Shamar, Sister Mary Patr, 4.89m, - 1, #13 Delia, James, Agape Christian, Campbell, Zion 14, #1415 McKie, DeanJavonya 14), 52.03. 5, Saint John’s College w:-1.7 (16-00.50). 9, #1172 Brown, Jaidyn, 29.75m, NHS, (97-07). 2, #625 Petty, Tama- gelo 14, #1407 Hinds, Sergio 14, #1408 6 (#1243 Clarke, Tajha 14, #1247 Darrell, S.A.C., 4.68m, w:NWI (15-04.25). 10, rio, Kingsway Academy, 28.30m, NHS, Johnson, Lynden 13), 3:44.27. 3, Saint Shayanne 14, #1254 Nixon, Joneisha 14, #511 Wright, Perez, H. O Nash, 4.65m, (92-10). 3, #1311 Seymour, Kevin, Sister John’s College 6 (#1286 Musgrove, Adam #1260 Skippings, Chamijia 13), 53.93. 6, w:-1.3 (15-03.25). 11, #948 Chandler, Mat- Mary Patr, 27.95m, NHS, (91-08). 4, #945 14, #1267 Brown, Carlos 13, #1273 DawkTemple Christian (#1441 Pratt, Amari 13, thew, Queens College, 4.63m, w:-1.7 Carey, Jonathan, Queens College, 27.10m, ins Jr., Ian 14, #1266 Boyer, Paulindo 14), #1437 Munroe, Kendrea 13, #1429 Butler, (15-02.25). 12, #572 Allen, Stephon, Jack NHS, (88-11). 5, #1452 Fowler, Tyler, 3:48.33. 4, Sister Mary Patricia Russell Rickeia 13, #1425 Bethel, Tedvanique 13), Hayward JR, 4.48m, w:-0.9 (14-08.50). 13, Temple, 26.42m, NHS, (86-08). 6, #882 (#1309 Neely, Shamar 14, #1310 Pinder, 54.89. 7, P. J. Bethel High (#840 Meeres, #503 Ermilus, Daniel, H. O Nash, 4.41m, Saunders, Kyanno, Preston Albury H, Jeffery 14, #1305 Hutchinson, Brandon Anya 14, #842 Penn, Quincy 13, #845 Stra- w:-0.9 (14-05.75). 14, #1448 Barnes, 26.15m, NHS, (85-09). 7, #1492 Johnson, 14, 1307 McGregor, Jayden 14), 3:55.00. 5, chan, Vonzell 13, #843 Russell, Geshan Omario, Temple, 4.10m, w:-0.9 (13-05.50). Sidron, Preston Albury H, 23.97m, (78-08). Saint Augustine’s College 5 (#1199 Ingra13), 55.79. 
 15, #619 Bain, Kyle, Kingsway Academy, 8, #1167 Bain, Shimonte, S.A.C., 19.99m, ham, Brayden 14, #1170 Brown, Alexis 13, Girls 4x400 Meter Relay Under 15 3.68m, w:-2.7 (12-01). 16, #806 Pierre, (65-07). 9, #49 Clarke, Terrell, A.F. Adder- #1207 King, Cayden 13, #1218 Laing, Otto Finals - 1, Queens College 11 (#935 Val- Sedlan, North Eleuthera, 3.65m, w:-0.3 ley, 18.65m, (61-02). 10, #1184 Dorsett, 14), 3:55.14. 6, Nassau Christian Academy court, Javonya 14, #885 Archer, Paige (11-11.75). 
 Basil, S.A.C., 18.59m, (61-00). 11, (#732 Adderley, Jeremiah 13, #745 Long13, #889 Brown, G’Shan 13, #918 Miller, Boys High Jump 1.42m; 5cms Under 15 #1466 Woods, Keyshawn, Temple, 16.45m, ley, Jafari 13, #734 Bellot, Jonathon 14, Shaunece 14), 4:04.41. 2, Tabernacle - 1, #1188 Farquharson, Stephan, S.A.C., (54-00). --, #575 Duncombe, Orien, #751 Rolle, Kamron 13), 4:02.12. 7, A F Baptist Academy (#1394 Smith, Alex- 1.67m, NHS, (5-05.75). 2, #1218 Jack Hayward JR, FOUL. --, #641 Penn, Adderley (#60 Lightbourne, Logan 13, #50 andra 13, #1395 Thompson, Cassidra Laing, Otto, S.A.C., J1.67m, NHS, Trayquan, L. N. Coakley, FOUL. 
 Conliffe, Kashon 13, #71 Rolle, Tarvano 14, #1396 Thompson, Cassie 14, #1385 13, #64 Neely, Travis 14), 4:02.81. 
 Dean, Stephinique 13), 4:07.86. 3, HuntGirls 100 Meter Hurdles 2’9” Under 17 ley Christie High (#526 Maycock, Rnaya Finals - (w: +0.0) 1, #1393 Rolle, Adonya, 14, #527 Miller, Troynell 14, #528 RusTabernacle Bapti, 15.69, NHS. 2, sell, Halicia 14, #515 Augustine, Frideline #888 Brennen, Lyric, Queens College, 14), 4:17.54. 4, Saint Augustine’s College 16.48. 3, #165 Saunders, Kaylisa, C I 5 (#1148 Saunders, Danuelle 14, #1102 Gibson High, 17.08. 4, #41 Safiate, Cheline, Bullard, Asia 14, #1116 Forbes, Sanai A.F. Adderley, 17.14. 5, #284 Mead14, #1095 Adderley, Apryl 14), 4:27.94. 5, ows, Brittney, C.R. Walker, 18.41. 6, #1132 Saint John’s College 6 (#1243 Clarke, Tajha Miller, Carlya, S.A.C., 18.47. 7, 14, #1260 Skippings, Chamijia 13, #1239 #167 Tucker, Marvenique, C I Gibson Carey, Shamica 14, #1259 Simms, Esther High, 18.74. 
 13), 4:28.76. 6, P. J. Bethel High (#837 Girls 100 Meter Dash Under 17 Finals Bevans, Bernique 13, #842 Penn, Quincy - 1, #1125 Knowles, Jaida, S.A.C., 11.96, 13, #845 Strachan, Vonzell 13, #843 RusCARF, w:-0.4. 2, #1105 Charlton, Anthaya, sell, Geshan 13), 4:35.64, Temple Christian S.A.C., 12.15, NHS, w:-0.4. 3, #613 Rolle(#1441 Pratt, Amari 13, #1426 Brown, Curry, Robyn, Kingsway Academy, 12.66, Dayasha 13, #1425 Bethel, Tedvanique w:-0.4. 4, #1381 Bassett, Genique, Taber13, #1437 Munroe, Kendrea 13), 4:44.04. nacle Bapti, 12.71, w:-0.4. 5, #1263 8, A F Adderley (#20 Andrews, Shamika Thurston, Geordan, ST John’s, 12.92, 13, #24 Brooks, Antonique 13, #30 Forrw:-0.4. 6, #921 Mitchell, Sandra, Queens estal, Wadeline 14, #35 Lewis, Lakecia 14), College, 13.04, w:-0.4. 7, #932 Stuart, Paige, 4:47.32. 
 Queens College, 13.19, w:-0.4. 8, #1497 Boys 80 Meter Hurdles 2’9”/84cm Under Hall, Natre, Sunland Baptist, 13.42, 15 Finals - (w: +0.0) 1, #1408 Johnson, w:-0.4. --, #583 Cooper, Kavion, JHSH, Lynden, Tabernacle Bapti, 12.13, NHS. 2, X13.18, w:0.5. --#264 Allen, Robinique, #947 Cartwright, Michael, Queens College, C.R. Walker, X13.27, w:0.5. --, #1382 Black, 13.26. 3, #1313 Woodside, Lucas, Leniqua, Tabernacle Bapti, X13.31, w:0.5. Sister Mary Patr, 14.85. 4, #1456 King, --, #633 Smith, Brenia, L. N. Coakley, Kerlin, Temple, 15.01. 5, #620 Bowe, LamX13.50, w:0.5. --, #164 Russell, Brendisha, bert, Kingsway Academy, 15.28. 
 C I Gibson High, X13.72, w:0.5. --, #1432 Boys 100 Meter Dash Under 15 Finals Gilbert, Taemar, Temple, X13.84, w:0.5. 
 - 1, #957 Flowers, Jamaal, Queens College, Girls 200 Meter Dash Under 17 Finals VARIOUS student athletes at The National Stadium 11.36, NHS, w:-0.2. 2, #1218 Laing, Otto, - 1, #1125 Knowles, Jaida, S.A.C., 24.10@, S.A.C., 11.75, NHS, w:-0.2. 3, #1420 Smith, • Here’s a look at the team scores posted FEMALE TEAM SCORES CARF, w:0.6. 2, #1134 Moss, Mateo, Tabernacle Bapti, 11.95, NHS, at the end of the Ministry of Youth, Sports 1. Queen’s College 538.50 Megan, S.A.C., 24.76, NHS, w:0.6. 3, #1387 w:-0.2. 4, #1286 Musgrove, Adam, ST and Culture’s three-day National High St. Augustine’s College 517.50 Farrington, Collinique, Tabernacle John’s, 12.20, NHS, w:-0.2. 5, 
#1408 John- School Track and Field Championships 3. Tabernacle Baptist Academy 203.50 Bapti, 25.60, w:0.6. 4, #613 Rolle-Curry, son, Lynden, Tabernacle Bapti, 12.27, held at the Thomas A. Robinson National 4. Huntley Christie High 177.50 Robyn, Kingsway Academy, 26.27, w:0.6. NHS, w:-0.2. 6, #330 Lewis, Travante, Cen- Stadium: 5. Sunland Baptist 123 5, #890 Burrows, Robyn, Queens College, tral Andros H, 12.39, NHS, w:-0.2. 7, #1188 6. St John’s College 117.50 27.37, w:0.6. 6, #204 Burns, Meliah, C. V. Farquharson, Stephan, S.A.C., 12.41, NHS, 7. CI Gibson 102 Bethel, 27.99, w:0.6. --, #583 Cooper, w:-0.2. --, #1309 Neely, Shamar, Sister Mary 8. Sister Mary Patricia Russell 95.50 Kavion, JHSH, X27.67, w:0.1. --, #1337 Patr, X12.39, w:0.2. --, #619 Bain, Kyle, 9. St George’s 65.50 Lafleur, Danah, St. Georges, X27.78, w:0.1. Kingsway Academy, X12.41, w:0.2. --, 10. CV Bethel 60.50 --, #633 Smith, Brenia, L. N. Coakley, #1267 Brown, Carlos, ST John’s, X12.50, 11. Temple Christian 55 X27.95, w:0.1. --, #1496 Forbes, Glennae, w:0.2. --, #948 Chandler, Matthew, Queens 12. St Andrews School 55 1. St Augustine’s College 935.50 Sunland Baptist, X28.37, w:0.1. --, #1065 College, X12.53, w:0.2. --, #1305 Hutchin13. PJ Bethel High 53 Walker, Infiniti, S. C. Bootle, X28.73, w:0.1. 2. Queen’s College 810.50 son, Brandon, Sister Mary Patr, X12.65, 14. CR Walker 45 --, #434 Ambrister, Jakia, Government w:0.2. --, #1482 Rolle, Lamontae, South 3. Tabernacle Baptist Academy 615.50 15. AF Adderley 37.50 High, X29.89, w:0.1. 
 Andros Hig, X12.76, w:0.2. --, #1448 4. Huntley Christie High 256.50 Girls 400 Meter Run Under 17 Finals Barnes, Omario, Temple, X13.00, w:0.2. 
 MALE TEAM SCORES - 1, #925 Pratt, Angel, Queens College, 5. St John’s College 246.50 Boys 200 Meter Dash Under 15 Finals 1. St. Augustine’s College 418 59.31, NHS. 2, #1387 Farrington, Collin- 1, #1415 McKie, Deangelo, Tabernacle 2. Tabernacle Baptist Academy 412 6. Sunland Baptist 233 ique, Tabernacle Bapti, 1:01.38, NHS. 3, Bapti, 22.93, NHS, w:0.2. 2, #957 Flowers, 3. Queen’s College 272 #1115 Floyd, Tanisha, S.A.C., 1:03.38. 4, 7. Sister Mary Patricia Russell 192.50 Jamaal, Queens College, 23.28, NHS, 4. St John’s College 129 #1496 Forbes, Glennae, Sunland Baptist, w:0.2. 3, #1218 Laing, Otto, S.A.C., 24.37, 8. CI Gibson 167 5. Sunland Baptist 110 1:03.52. 5, #41 Safiate,  Cheline, A.F. NHS, w:0.2. 4, #1286 Musgrove, Adam, ST 6. Sister Mary Patricia Russell 97 9. St George’s 147.50 Adderley, 1:03.84. 6, #278 Higgs, Sierra, John’s, 24.53, w:0.2. 5, #503 Ermilus, 7. Temple Christian 90 C.R. Walker, 1:06.64. 7, #1012 Turnquest, 1-. Temple Christian 145 Daniel, H. O Nash, 24.97, w:0.2. --, #330 8. St George’s 82 Etheopia, R. M. Bailey, 1:07.58. --, #1156 Lewis, Travante, Central Andros H, 9. Huntley Christie High 79 11. PJ Bethel High 128 Sweeting, Troyva, S.A.C., X1:05.70. --, X25.56, w:0.1. --, #1482 Rolle, Lamontae, 9. Eight Mile Rock 79 #1339 McPhee, Shantia, St. Georges, 12. CV Bethel 127.50 South Andros Hig, X26.04, w:0.1. --, #339 11. Preston Albury High 76 X1:06.77. --, #612 Rolle, Talia, Kingsway Davis, Omarion, Central Eleuther, X26.49, 13. CR Walker 110 12. PJ Bethel High 75 Academy, X1:07.89. --, #1432 Gilbert, w:0.1. --, #875 Gibson, Javin, Preston 13. CV Bethel 67 Taemar, Temple, X1:08.38. --, #627 ArmAlbury H, X27.39, w:0.1. 
 14. Eight Mile Rock 91 14. CI Gibson 65 brister, Reckelle, L. N. Coakley, X1:10.98. 15. RM Bailey 89 Boys 400 Meter Run Under 15 Finals 14. CR Walker 65 --, #152 Joseph, Kassandra, C I Gibson - 1, #1415 McKie, Deangelo, Tabernacle   High, X1:12.10. --, #1064 ThompBapti, 54.15, NHS. 2, #581 Stewart, Tae’jun, son, Valentaysha, S. C. Bootle, X1:12.20. --, Jack Hayward JR, 55.74, NHS. 3, #404 #464 Wilson, Raynell, Government High, (5-05.75). 3, #954 Evans, Ahmad, Queens Boys Javelin Throw 600g (3+3) Under Smith, Shamar, Eight Mile Rock, 55.77, NHS. 4, #503 Ermilus, Daniel, H. O Nash, College, 1.62m, (5-03.75). 4, #1420 Smith, 15 - 1, #576 Ferguson, Ashford, Jack Hay- X1:12.93. 
 Girls 800 Meter Run Under 17 Finals Tabernacle Bapti, J1.62m, ward JR, 41.81m, NHS, (137-02). 2, 55.80, NHS. 5, #954 Evans, Ahmad, Mateo, Queens College, 57.13, NHS. 6, #859 Ter- (5-03.75). 5, #334 Scott, Natarrio, Central #1310 Pinder, Jeffery, Sister Mary Patr, - 1, #930 Sears, Sierra, Queens College, genus, Loveimski, PJ Bethel High (, 57.56, Andros H, J1.62m, (5-03.75). 6, #875 40.28m, NHS, (132-02). 3, #1187 2:28.07. 2, #215 Joseph, Rowlia, C. NHS. 7, #721 Strachan, Brendnado, Gibson, Javin, Preston Albury H, 1.52m, Evans, Zachary, S.A.C., 37.41m, NHS, V. Bethel, 2:31.36. 3, #1126 Knowles, Sasha, Moores Island, 58.21, NHS. --, #542 Myers, (4-11.75). 7, #1448 Barnes, Omario, (122-09). 4, #859 Tergenus, Loveimski, PJ S.A.C., 2:32.36. 4, #892 Chea, Llanzita, Kobe, Huntley Christie, X58.72. --, #1401 Temple, 1.47m, (4-09.75). --, #1408 John- Bethel High (, 33.91m, NHS, (111-03). 5, Queens College, 2:39.01. 5, #1011 ThursCampbell, Zion, Tabernacle Bapti, X59.32. son, Lynden, Tabernacle Bapti, NH. --, #873 Bullard, Gregory, Preston Albury ton, Catherine, R. M. Bailey, 2:46.54. 6, --, #1310 Pinder, Jeffery, Sister Mary Patr, #58 Lewis, Trudea, A.F. Adderley, NH. --, H, 32.55m, NHS, (106-09). 6, #1167 Bain, #1137 Moxey, Samaa, S.A.C., 2:48.13. 7, X59.81. --, #339 Davis, Omarion, Central #873 Bullard, Gregory, Preston Albury Shimonte, S.A.C., 31.84m, NHS, (104-05). , #846 Walker, Maranda, PJ Bethel High (, Eleuther, X1:01.10. --, #875 Gibson, H, NH. --, #1450 Campbell, Andric, #46 Butler, Tre, A.F. Adderley, 30.41m, 2:51.98. 
 Girls 1500 Meter Run Under 17 - 1, NH. 
 NHS, (99-09). 8, #882 Saunders, Kyanno, Javin, Preston Albury H, X1:01.79. --, Temple, Boys Triple Jump 3 + 3 Under 15 - 1, Preston Albury H, 22.24m, (72-11). 9, #69 #892 Chea, Llanzita, Queens College, #1450 Campbell, Andric, Temple, X1:02.93. --, #572 Allen, Stephon, Jack #1305 Hutchinson, Brandon, Sister Mary Pierre, Luke, A.F. Adderley, 20.11m, (66- 5:26.36, NHS. 2, #930 Sears, Sierra, Queens Hayward JR, X1:03.29. --, #974 Moss, Patr, 12.55m, NHS, w:1.6 (41-02.25). 2, 00). 10, #1456 King, Kerlin, Temple, College, 5:41.36, NHS. 3, #1081 Slatter, Jason, Queens College, X1:03.55. 
#954 Evans, Ahmad, Queens College, 19.80m, (64-11). 11, #1466 Woods, Key- Katherine, St. Andrews, 5:44.48, NHS. 4, Boys 800 Meter Run Under 15 Finals 12.19m, NHS, w:1.5 (40-00). 3, #1188 Far- shawn, Temple, 17.07m, (56-00). --, #1492 #1126 Knowles, Sasha, S.A.C., 5:44.86, - 1, #1266 Boyer, Paulindo, ST John’s, quharson, Stephan, S.A.C., 12.15m, NHS, Johnson, Sidron, Preston Albury H, NHS. 5, #215 Joseph, Rowlia, C. V. Bethel, 5:51.34, NHS. 6, #1011 Thurston, Cathe2:16.23, NHS. 2, #859 Tergenus, Loveim- w:NWI (39-10.50). 4, #1172 Brown, Jaidyn, FOUL. 
 Boys 4x100 Meter Relay Under 15 rine, R. M. Bailey, 5:54.70, NHS. 7, #1261 ski, PJ Bethel High (, 2:17.42, NHS. 3, #64 S.A.C., 11.35m, NHS, w:4.8 (37-03). 5, #947 Neely, Travis, A.F. Adderley, 2:17.64, NHS. Cartwright, Michael, Queens College, Finals - 1, Tabernacle Baptist Academy Storr-Stubbs, Lauryn, ST John’s, 5:59.08. 4, #721 Strachan, Brendnado, Moores 10.96m, NHS, w:1.8 (35-11.50). 6, #851 (#1401 Campbell, Zion 14, #1415 McKie, 8, #147 Brice, Kia, C I Gibson High, Island, 2:20.05. 5, #751 Rolle, Kamron, Leguerre, Clinton, PJ Bethel High (, Deangelo 14, #1408 Johnson, Lynden 13, 6:20.17. 9, #993 Bastian, Byrnae, R. Nassau Christian, 2:25.41. 6, #501 Clarke, 9.80m, w:2.8 (32-02). 7, #1457 Lynes, Dil- #1420 Smith, Mateo 14), 44.89. 2, Queens M. Bailey, 6:33.46. 10, #225 Rolle, India, C. Mekhi, H. O Nash, 2:28.66. 
inco, Temple, J9.80m, w:-0.4 (32-02). 8, College 11 (#947 Cartwright, Michael 13, V. Bethel, 6:41.75. 11, #1082 Trotman, JasBoys 1500 Meter Run Under 15 - 1, #1456 King, Kerlin, Temple, 9.29m, w:0.9 #957 Flowers, Jamaal 14, #954 Evans, mine, St. Andrews, 6:45.66. 12, #1041 Ahmad 14, #948 Chandler, Matthew 13), Butler, Markell, R.N Gomez School, #1266 Boyer, Paulindo, ST John’s, 4:49.75, (30-05.75). 
 Boys Shot Put 4k (3+3) Under 15 - 1, 47.24. 3, Saint John’s College 6 7:38.61. 13, #1431 Ferguson, Kirshan, NHS. 2, #621 David, Damani, Kingsway 9:11.37. 
 Academy, 4:56.07, NHS. 3, #1404 Hend- #1311 Seymour, Kevin, Sister Mary Patr, (#1273 Dawkins Jr., Ian 14, #1265 Ander- Temple, Girls 400 Meter Hurdles 2’6” Under 17 field, Matthew, Tabernacle Bapti, 5:02.17, 12.43m, NHS, (40-09.50). 2, #575 Dun- son, Chadero 14, #1267 Brown, Carlos 13, NHS. 4, #64 Neely, Travis, A.F. Adderley, combe, Orien, Jack Hayward JR, 12.21m, #1286 Musgrove, Adam 14), 48.26. 4, Finals - 1, #888 Brennen, Lyric, Queens 5:10.63, NHS. 5, #961 Hepburn, Andrew, NHS, (40-00.75). 3, #576 Ferguson, Ash- Nassau Christian Academy (#745 Longley, College, 1:09.91. 2, #1132 Miller, Queens College, 5:17.16, NHS. 6, #1207 ford, Jack Hayward JR, 11.30m, NHS, Jafari 13, #734 Bellot, Jonathon 14, #732 Carlya, S.A.C., 1:14.73. 3, #1261 StorrKing, Cayden, S.A.C., 5:25.36, NHS. 7, (37-01). 4, #962 Hildago, Reagan, Queens Adderley, Jeremiah 13, #751 Rolle, Stubbs, Lauryn, ST John’s, 1:17.80. --, #1282 Knowles, Kaelen, ST John’s, 5:28.75, College, 10.43m, NHS, (34-02.75). 5, #1184 Kamron 13), 49.95. 5, A F Adderley (#50 #94 Curtis, Erin, Bishop Michael E, DNF. • RESULTS of the Bahamas High School Track and Field onships that was concluded on at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium:

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