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Eagles continue their success in the Eleuthera at Walter Bethel Invitational Basketball Tournament

The Agape Christian School Eagles came back from the Eleuthera Walter Bethel Invitational Basketball Tournament with a first and third place. Four of their players made the “All Tournament Team” and Coach Wayde Adderley was recognized as “Coach of the Tournament”.

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Eagles post easy victory in first game of tournament

The first two games of the high school basketball season took place on November 14 at Agape Christian School’s Grace Gymnasium. The Agape Eagles took away an easy victory against the St Francis de Sales Tornadoes, in both the Junior and Senior categories. They won the first game 59-8 and the second one 71-25.

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Bulldogs finish second in national softball championships

Last month, the Creter’s Bulldogs represented Abaco in the Men’s National Softball Championships held in New Providence. However, none of the Abaco women’s teams were represented this year.

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22nd Annual Homer Lowe Memorial Regatta

The 22nd Annual Homer Lowe Memorial Regatta, held in Elbow Cay, was at risk of not happening for the first time in 22 years. Due to the fast ferry canceling, a busy regatta schedule, Hurricane Sandy and other factors, the regatta was delayed multiple times. An opening in the schedule was finally found and the regatta’s date was set for November 25.

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Agape Christian School holds third Tipoff Classic

The third Tipoff Classic Basketball Tournament was held at Grace Gymnasium during the weekend of October 18 to 20. Once more, the results confirmed the superiority of the Eagles, the Agape Christian School team, not only locally but also among the visiting teams. Thanks to the effort of MVP Javeres McIntosh, the Eagles won the 13 and under title, beating Abaco Central High School’s Marlins.

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Abaco Boxing Team preparing for Nassau Golden Gloves Tournament

The Abaco Boxing Team is getting ready to travel to Nassau next month to participate in the Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament. The tournament is organized by boxing champion Ray Minus and is scheduled for October 13.

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Central Abaco softball teams win double header

After softball games were cancelled the night before, players eagerly looked forward to the double header scheduled on September 1 in Cooper’s Town. The first game featured was between the RJ Bonefish Runners and the Lady Sluggers. The first inning was dominated by the Lady Sluggers, who managed to secure a series of runs putting them in an early lead against their opponents. Although the Runners fought back and were able to accumulate a few runs, they were not enough to topple the Lady Sluggers who were on a roll by the final inning. In the end, the Lady Sluggers beat the RJ Runners: 14 to 6.

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Lady Sluggers, Destroyers win two weekend games in August

During the month of August, players enjoyed a successive round of softball games at the Murphy Town Ball Field and Baker’s Field in Cooper’s Town. The first of the games took place on August 10 between the Destroyers and the DNR Sluggers after the game was cancelled for the F.E.S. Peacocks and R.J. Runners women’s teams.

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First Abaco Boxing Team Soon to Participate in Tournament

Basketball, swimming and track are among the most popular sports practiced on Abaco, but for the last few months Coach Daran Miller has drawn the attention of a group of young men who enrolled in his daily boxing training sessions. When he first started at the beginning of the year there were less than ten students. Now twenty young men have registered for Coach Miller’s boxing training.

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Third Jeffrey Rodgers Basketball Camp teaches skills and discipline

For the third time Coach Jeffrey Rodgers came to Marsh Harbour to share his knowledge of the game with the local children. Coach Rodgers recently celebrated his twenty fifth anniversary of teaching basketball summer camps in Nassau as well as on other islands of the Caribbean.

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