The junior Eagles of Agape Christian School came back from Grand Bahama with the winning trophy for their victory in the Grand Bahama Basketball Boys under 15 Challenge.
Agape Christian School’s junior and senior boys’ basketball teams recently competed in the Walter Bethel Pre-Season Tournament, which is in its third year.
Agape Eagles fly undefeated in all Categories in the Tip Off Tournament: Domination the name of the game
The Agape Christian School Eagles defeated all local and visiting teams from Nassau during the three days of the fourth Basketball Tip Off Tournament. It was held from October 24-26 at Grace Gymnasium. The tournament was a grand affair this year, with national coverage from ZNS and a complete team of six referees controlling the games, including the famous “Moon” McPhee from Grand Bahama and three referees from Nassau, among them the head of the Referees Association, Johnny Williams. Two teams of score keepers recorded points and fouls, with the score being projected on a large screen on the wall for all to see.
The fourth Agape Christian School’s Tip-Off Basketball Tournament is scheduled to take place during the weekend of October 24-26. Teams from Harbour Island, CC Sweeting, Anatole Rogers, Noble Preparatory Academy, Abaco Central High School and SC Bootle High School have confirmed their participation. Games will be held in two categories, Junior and Senior.
The Agape Christian School’s Eagles are still riding high: they placed third in the Hugh Campbell Basketball Tournament, a tournament that highlights the best high school basketball players in the country. The Eagles were defeated by the Eight Mile Rock’s team, the first time in the thirty years of the tournament that two Family Island teams found themselves among the final four. Eight Mile Rock was ultimately beaten by CC Sweeting’s team.
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”.