Softball/volleyball notes

As of Thursday, October 20, 2022

#New Providence Softball Association Championships

#THE Wildcats are one win away from the title while the Marlins evened their series. Both series are scheduled to continue 7pm tonight at the Baillou Hills Complex.


#The Sunshine Auto Wildcats continued their dominance over the R&B Operators, defeating them 12-7 and taking a commanding 2-0 lead in their best-of-five series. Thela Stevens was the winning pitcher while Diva Burrows was tagged with the loss.


#The Cybertech Blue Marlins won game two of their series 18-0 over the C&S Enterprise Hitmen.The series is now tied 1-1.

#Thomas Davis was dominant on the mound, while Alcott Forbes suffered the loss for the Hitmen.

#New Providence Volleyball Association

#The NPVA returned to play and in the women’s division, the defending champion Panthers picked up where they left off.

#The Panthers won in straight sets over the Bamboo Shack Lady Warhawks 25-21, 25-19, 25-15

#The defending men’s champion Warhawks won in five sets over the Defenders 19-25, 25-25, 25-18, 23-25, 15-12.

#League play continues tonight at the DW Davis Gymnasium at 7:30pm when the Johnson’s Spikers face the Lady Techs, followed by the Technicians and the Intruders at 9pm.

#Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association Volleyball

#Volleyball results for October 18 at Tom “The Bird” Grant Sporting Complex in Yellow Elder.

#Primary Boys Believers Faith Christian Academy defeated Teleos Christian School 20-21, 19-14, 15-9

#Senior Girls

#Teleos Christian School defeated Achievers Christian Academy 25-6, 25-12

#Senior Boys

#Teleos Christian School defeated Believers Faith Christian Academy 25-21, 25-21

#Bahamas Government Departmental Softball Association Championships

#Both best-of-seven championship series near elimination.


#BTC Lasers currently have a 3-0 lead over the PHA Rookies. BTC took game one, 17-9, game two 16-7 and game three 18-6.


#Electrotelecomm Invaders have a 3-0 over the RBDF Waves. It was an 11- 4 win in game one followed by a 30- 6 win in game two and 13-6 win in game three.

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