The best and brightest of Abaco’s Basketball community put on a high-flying spectacle for the Abaco Basketball Association’s annual night of competition on February 18, 2017. Basketball Enthusiasts on Abaco turned out in their numbers at the Ocean View Park to take in the sights and sounds of the fierce three-point shoot and highly contested Slam Dunk competitions!
The finals of the Abaco School League Association Basketball season were played during the week of February 12 to 16 with three games each day on Monday and Thursday, the champion having to win two games out of three. There was a very competitive atmosphere in Agape Christian School’s Grace Gymnasium with coaches shouting encouragement and fans cheering.
For young McDonald Jean-Louis faith in action has taken him to a place that he once thought was not possible and he has yet more dreams and goals to fulfill as he seeks to inspire others to achieve their own.
The Cooper’s Town Young Legends won a hard fought senior championship game in the Timothy Bullard Basketball Christmas Tournament.
The Abaco Basketball Association (A.B.A.) is on the move not only on Abaco. A basketball team from Abaco travelled to Grand Bahama to participate in the Grand Bahama Christmas Shake Down Basketball Tournament on Dec. 16-17.
The first North Abaco Championship was organized by North Abaco's Administrator, Whelma Colebrook, who assembled school athletes from all the communities of North Abaco for a series of championship games. The Opening Ceremony was held at the Treasure Cay Primary School on Friday, September 16. Games were held later that night and continued on September 17 and 18.
On July 15-16, a swimming camp was held by Local Government from the Sandy Point Township, led by Mancer Roberts, who is involved in the Abaco Swimming Club, and his two sons and daughter.
Many young men from Central Abaco gathered at the Ocean View Park in Dundas Town in the afternoon of August 22 to attend a two-hour mini basketball camp. The coaches were two former residents of Abaco, Leslie Jeanville, “Coach Muggsy,” who grew up on the Treasure Cay Farm and his …
Now in his final year of High School, and after yet another successful season of Basketball under his belt, Abaco’s D’Andre Vilmar is starting to see the major Division I offers that were predicted would come his way. The six-foot, four-inch guard had a productive offseason on various AAU summer …
By Bishop Ken Carroll The Crown Haven Community Park came alive on the evening of Tuesday, July 26, as over 25 Abaconian boys took center court at the Summer Youth Basketball Fun Tournament. Bishop Ken Carroll, Urban Renewal 2.0 Crown Haven Community Center Manager, tossed the basketball in the air …