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The nine-member jury hearing evidence in the Earth Village robbery trial return to Supreme Court tomorrow morning.
Memorial Service for Sharon Annette March, 50, of Grace Avenue, Marathon Estates, will be held on Wednesday October 12th, 7:30 p.m. at St. Thomas More Parish, Madeira Street. Monsignor Alfred Culmer will officiate.
Funeral Service will be held on Friday October 14th, 10:00 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West Hill Street. Fr. Alfred Culmer will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by her mother, Anna March; Sisters: Donna Nottage, Maureen Catalano, Kelly Lockhart-Gaillard and Rhonda March; Brothers: Stirling and Frederic March; Nieces: Rudi-Marie Bria Nottage; Nichole, Nathalia and Rhyse March and Jolie Lockhart-Gaillard; Nephews: Xavie ...
Funeral service for Shaunie Lenice Smith, 36 yrs., a resident of Melvern Road, Yellow Elder, who died on 2nd February, 2012, will be held at Calvary Deliverance Church, East Street South, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop V. G. Clarke, assisted by Apostle Rodney Roberts. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Loving memories will forever linger in the hearts of her Two Sons: Travon and Travis Lockhart; Mother: Ruth Cleo Wood; Father: Dudley Smith; Two Sisters: Shalanda Beckles & Jenilel Brown; Adopted Sister: Rosanne (Rosy) Johnson; Four Brothers: Doderick, Walter, Marvin & Alexiou Smith; Seven Aunts: Shelia Blatch (Andros), Margaret Deaveaux, Naomi, Eleanor ( Atlanta Georgia), Doreen Wood, Peggy Kelly, Marvis Scott (Freeport); Seven Uncles: Eric (Freeport), Richard, Eddie, Erick, Frederick(Freeport) Wood, Derek Kelly, Berkley(Florida USA); Brother-in-Law Winston Beckles; Two Sisters-in-Law: Chandra & Kelly SmithFour NiecesTaylor Beckles,Candra Smith, Takeisha McPhee, Jayla Brown Four NephewsJustin Beckles,Deon, Deontae, , Christian Smith, Three Grand Aunts: Joyce, Ilene Astwood, Shirley; Cousins: Geneen Evans, Michelle Swain (Freeport), Meredith, Yasmine, Santisha, Zovia Martin, Maniska,Murray Deaveaux, Carlton, Collin, Lloyd, Arthur, Adrian, Colleen Smith; Other relatives and friends: Nellie Walkes, Dandas Munnings, Gloria Williams, Margaret Fernader, Nurse Claudia Johnson, Melvern Road, Yellow Elder friends, Pastor Barbara Burrows & family, Cheryl, Prayer partner Daphne Deaveaux, Sharon Smith, Staff ECG Department & Administration Princess Margaret Hospital, From Jesus with Love Ministries, Special Friend Janice McKenzie, Cancer Society & Sister Sister Group, Eileen Higgs and friends, Five Porches Ministries Church Family, Pastor Minus, Lorna Culmer and family, Trevor Lockhart and family, The Astwood and Wood Families & Free Community Holiness Baptist Church Family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for Karis Kiresha Thompson, 5, of Excellence Estates will be held on Saturday 4th February, 2012 at 11:00am at Foresight Baptist Church, Nassau Village. Officiating will be Rev. Stanley G. Ferguson assisted by Rev. Denise Whymns and other ministers of the gospel. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.
Left to cherish her precious memories is her father: Kirk Thompson Jr. mother: Nadia Thompson; sister: Phillisa Lockhart; brothers: Christopher Thompson, Philip Lockhart Jr.; grandparents: Nancy Wright, Kirk and Antionette Thompson and Curlin Rolle; great grandparents: Sylvia Arnett, Henrietta Rolle, Earle Sands, Jack Wright; a ...
Recently, sports historian Jeff Williams and I were reminiscing about the golden era of baseball, from the beginning, in 1954, to the last decade of the special period, the 1970s. The year 1954 ushered in a sports element which significantly, over the years, contributed to the international sports power image of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
"Baseball has come a long way in our country. There were those early glory years. I'm saddened by the personality problems that beset the Bahamas Baseball Association (BBA) and caused it to hit rock bottom, so to speak, but, the BBA produced great chapters in our sports history," said Williams.
Indeed it did. An exciting brand of league play began in that first year. Within three years, in Andre Rodgers who went into the New York Giants organization, The Bahamas had its first professional baseball player. Tony Curry would follow in 1960 with the Philadelphia organizations.
League play would flourish, more professional players, in goodly numbers were to join Rodgers and Curry. The Bahamas made two impressive National Baseball Congress ventures. In the decade of the 1970s, Wenty Ford and Ed Armbrister pushed the number of Bahamian players to reach the major leagues to four. Armbrister netted two World Series rings with the mighty 'Big Red Machine', Cincinnati Reds.
While Ford was having his short stint with the Atlanta Braves and Armbrister was a reliable utility performer, hobnobbing with Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, Don Gullett, Tony Perez, Dave Concepcion, Joe Morgan, etc., locally the BBA enjoyed vibrancy.
It was the decade of the 1970s however that connected the eras. Rodgers and Curry retired and got involved again with field competition in the BBA. Those who ended their professional days and others who were still playing at that level, came home and blended right into the BBA competitive scene.
The names make a classic who's who list. There were Simeon Humes, Fred 'Papa' Smith, Vince Albury, Jayson Moxey, Eddie Ford, Henry Williams, Colin Thompson, Eugene 'Sucki' Thompson, Sidney McKinney, Fred Taylor, Roosevelt Turner, Sidney Outten, Crestwell Pratt, Adrian Rodgers, Andre Wood, Will Culmer, Hugh Bethel, Randy Rodgers and Edmondo Moxey, to name some of them.
Then there was that longevity group. They were in the BBA during the very early years and stayed around to give thrills for decades.
I refer to players such as Bummie Albury, Lorenzo 'Captain Blood/Doonie' Lockhart, Basil 'Duran' Hall, Bertie Murray, Harry Miller, Sonny Haven, John Adderley, Edwin Smith, Sidney Wilkerson, Frankie 'Cinderella' Sweeting, Sherwin 'Seaegg' Taylor, Lester Gardiner, Glenroy 'Flo' Saunders and Nat Dorsett.
A younger generation began in the 1960s and made their contribution to the spectacular 1970s of Bahamian baseball. You had players named Anthony 'Poker/Bud' Huyler, Roy 'Cowboy' Rodgers, Eddie McQuay, Dick Lockhart, John 'Brother John' Williams, Lloyd Bowleg, Kirk Smith, Roscoe Hall, Dencil Clarke, Danny Wilkerson, Ronald Smith and Everette Neeley.
To a little or great extent, the aforementioned players overlapped on the diamond in thrilling BBA encounters.
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There is a long list of speed merchants of Bahamian baseball. In the early decades, players like Tyrone McGregor, Lou Adderley and Basil 'Slick' Burrows set the pace on the base paths during Bahamas Baseball Association (BBA) games.
The 1970s however produced a special set of artists, skilled in getting from first to second, to third and home plate very quickly. It was a fearless lot, those speedsters trotted out by the top teams. Roosevelt 'Bruso' Turner of Del Jane (the organization known at times also as St. Pauli Girls Barons and Holsten Knights) was arguably the best. Turner also played for Beck's Beer.
He won the league scoring titles from 1972 to 1978 with the exception of the one year, 1977. In winning his six scoring titles, the first two for Beck's, Turner hit the 50 runs scored mark four times, his highest being 55 in 1975 for Del Jane. He had 50 in 1972 for Beck's, 53 in 1976 for Holsten Knights and 54 in 1978, also for Holsten.
However, his Holsten teammate Eddie Ford scored 58 in 1977. That mark is considered to be the all-time record. Jayson Moxey won the runs scored title in 1971 with 19 and Anthony Smith won in 1970 with 15. In the stolen bases department, Turner again separated himself from his peers. He won four stolen bases crowns (1972, 1973, 1974 and 1977). His 48 in 1972 is thought to be a record.
The 1970s also produced two pure speed specialists. The Schlitz Beer Franchise (also 100 Pipers and Bahamian Lumber) sort of took a page out of the book of Charlie Finley who owned the Oakland Athletics of the American League. Finley who was known for novelty tactics, once signed a track star named Herb Washington, just to steal bases. Washington never had an at-bat or played anywhere in the field. He was called into the game exclusively to pinch-run. Washington's career did not last too long because he had no baseball background.
During the 1974 and 1975 seasons, he stole 31 bases in 48 attempts and scored 33 times. He was never a big factor and Finley soon got tired of the exploration and let Washington go. Schlitz though, had Gordon Farrington and Anthony 'Skeebo' Roberts. They were different from Washington. Both Farrington and Roberts understood baseball.
Nevertheless, they were asked primarily to generate runs by stealing bases. It was an exciting time when they reached first base. Everybody in the park knew they were going to attempt a steal of second and if they got there, it was a try for third. They made for an added dimension of excitement to the 1970s.
Then of course, there were the regular starters around the league with speed, players like Jayson Moxey, Richard Lockhart, Eddie Ford, Lorenzo Lockhart, Ron Smith and Anthony Huyler. None of them were as successful however, as Turner. He was the biggest threat on base. Indeed, Roosevelt Turner was the speed king of Bahamian baseball in the 1970s. The statistics indicate as much.
Milestone statistics provided by Sports Historian Jeff Williams. To respond to this column, kindly contact Fred Sturrup at email@example.com.
Funeral Service for LeRoy KemRick Brathwaite age 76 years a resident of #10 Gleniston Gardens, Nassau and formerly of St. Michaels Barbados will be held on Saturday 27th, August, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Margaret's Anglican Church, Kemp Road. Officiating will be Fr. Oswald Pinder, Fr. Stephen Davies and Fr. Dr. Ronald Hamilton.
Interment will be made in Ebenezer Cemetery, East Shirley Street.
Left to cherish the memories of LeRoy are his devoted wife of 47 years Angela Brathwite four sons Kenrick Brathwaite, Police Inspector Michael Brathwaite, Neil and Sean Brathwaite four daughters Sandra Brathwaite-Nixon, Marsha Saunders, Lola Johnson and Patrice Brathwaite twostep-daughters Gina Dorsett and Inga Bostwick 22 grandchildren Lauriettte Brathwaite, Katrina and Craig Nixon Jr., Jonathan Whyms, Krystine Brathwaite-Kinsel, Kelli and Kenrick Brathwaite Jr., Larry Saunders II, De'schanelle Saunders-Miller, D'yanndria and Destinee Saunders, Michaela, Michael Jr., Andrew and Zoe Brathwaite, Xyne'a Johnson, Knisia Johnson-Thompson and Tone' Johnson, Ari and Ashira Brathwaite, Shamere and Shimon Brathwaite six step-grandchildren Ya'Lann Coakley, Shelby and Malik Darsett, Petra and Peter Marshall and Ashaki Gibson four great grandchildren Kealo Brathwaite, Peyton Miller, Alaina Nixon and Maaliyah Thompson nieces Renee Hanna, Patrice Bowe, Tina Lockhart, Tennessee Bowe and Tabitha Styles nephews Brian and Neil Wright, Dillon Burrows, Patrick Bowe Jr., Richard Fox and Paul Major Jr. daughters-in-law Christine, Shirlyn (Shorie), Dannielle and Gloriann Brathwaite sons-in-law Mr. Larry Saunders and Mr. Everette Johnson sisters-in-law Brenda Bowe and Joanne Major brothers-in-law Paul Major Sr. numerous cousins including Gary Brathwaite and Family, Orville Durant and Family of Barbados, Atlee Brathwaite and Family of Barbados, Eggy Eastmound and Family of Barbados and a host of other relatives and friends including Ruby Murdoch-Hill and Family, Mrs. Jacquline P. Pittman of Ocala Fla.Carol Kemp, Mrs. Judy Cash and Family, Mrs. Bertha Newbold, Mrs. Patsy Roberts, Eldeace Wright, marion Wright, Fr. De'Angelo Bowe, Arthur Lockhart, Mr. Justice Neville Smith and Families, Mr. Clyde Rashad, Mr, Llewelyn Armstrong, Mr. Colin Deane and Families, Mr. Irvin Armstrong, Mr. Teddy Gazette, Mr. Michael Thompson, Mr. Carlton Jones, Marvin Bain, Mr. Paul Thompson, Mr. Colin Puckerin and Families, Mr. Barry Reid, Mr. Euristus Nicholls, Mr. Bertel Holder, Mr. E. Barrow and Family of Barbados, Mr. R. Blackman of Barbados the Styles Archer and Hudson Families, Mr. Peter Marshall Sr., Mrs. Alvilda Nottage, Mrs. Brenda Bethell, Mr. Leroy Major and Families, Helena Pennerman, Mr. Kelly Burrows, Margo McIntosh, Ms. Brenda Duvalier, Dr. Duane Sands, Nurse Rolle and Nurse Bodie, Nurses of Private Surgical Ward (PMH), The Gleniston Gardens Community including the Knowles, Murray, Bain, Moss, Davis, Rolle, Cox Families, the Barbadian, Bahamian Association, the Bahamas Cricket Association, the Cricket Club, Paradise Cricket Club, Friday Night Domino Gang, St. Margaret's Church Family, ACM of St. Margaret's Church, Retired Royal Bahamas Police Association, Prince Hall Masonic Family, Scotiabank Family, Commonwealth Bank Family, Royal Bahamas Police Force, the Attorney General's Office, Atlantis Hotel, Physiotherapy Dept, Rand Memorial Hospital, Ministry of Youth and Sports,Paul Thompson and Associates and others too numerous to mention.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home
Robinson Road and First Street from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Friday and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
While Macedonia secured their berth into the 19-and-under championship of the Baptist Sports Council's (BSC) 2013 Coca-Cola Softball Classic this past weekend. League action will be completed this week.
On Saturday over on the Banker's Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex, Macedonia turned around a dismal season by sweeping New Bethlehem, winning 12-4 and 8-2, to advance to the best-of-three championship that will be played on Saturday against pennant-winning Golden Gates.
Meanwhile, in the co-ed division, St. Paul's pulled off a close 8-6 win over St. John's to take a 1-0 lead going into Game Two on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Pennant-winning Golden Gates won by default over Macedonia to take a 1-0 lead in their series, which will continue on Thursday at 7 p.m.
On the men's side, St. Paul's blanked Macedonia 6-0 to snatch a 1-0 lead in their playoff series that will continue on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Pennant-winning Golden Gates had to come from behind for an 18-15 walk-off victory over Calvary Deliverance for a 1-0 lead, with Game Two of that series on Thursday at 8 p.m.
The winning teams in both the co-ed and men's playoffs will clash in the best-of-three championship that will be played on Saturday, along with the Macedonia vs. Golden Gates in the 19-and-under division.
Golden Gates 18, Calvary Deliverance 15
Eugene Pratt hit a two-out grand slam home run to lift Golden Gates in their slugfest as they rallied from a 15-14 deficit for the walk-off victory in the bottom of the fourth inning. Pratt went 2-for-3 with six RBIs and Sherman Ferguson, who had a two-run homer, finished with three intentional walks, scoring four times. Richard Bain was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and four runs scored, Ramon Johnson was 2-for-2 with a homer, three RBIs and two runs scored, and Calvin Greenslade was a perfect 3-for-3 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Alfred 'Skater' Munnings was the winning pitcher, and Brad Wood Jr. was tagged with the loss. Angelo Butler was 3-for-4 with a two-run homer, scoring three runs, Jayson Clarke had two hits with an RBI, scoring four times, Patrick Lockhart was 2-for-3 with three RBIs and three runs scored and Kawon Dames was 1-for-2 with three RBIs and a run scored for Calvary Deliverance.
St. Paul's 6, Macedonia 0
Addie Finley went 2-for-3 with two runs and Peter Rahming was 2-for-3 with an RBI as St. Paul's got the win. Zhivargo Archer helped out by going 1-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored. Deval Storr got the win and D'Kyle Rolle was tagged with the loss. Kili Kemp, Kevin Moxey and Gregory Lockhart were all 1-for-2 in a losing effort.
St. Paul's 8, St. John's 6
Zhivargo Archer was a perfect 2-for-2 with an RBI and three runs scored, Lamar Watkins had a solo in-the-park homer and Addie Finley was 1-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored to lead St. Paul's to the win. Harold 'Banker' Fritzgerald was the winning pitcher and Alcott Forbes suffered the loss. Donnette Edwards and Shavette Taylor were both 1-for-2 with two RBIs and a run scored each for St. John's. Detrix McCardy was 1-for-2 with two runs scored.
Macedonia 8, New Bethlehem 2
Courtney Smith had a perfect 3-for-3 day with a run scored, and both Keith Moss and Weymond Demeritte were 2-for-3 with an RBI, scoring a run each. Demeritte had a three-run triple, scoring a run to lead Macedonia to their sweep. Tavares Dames was the winning pitcher and Devon Curtis was the losing pitcher. Jafer Rolle, Devon Knowles, Christian Wright and Frederick Bethel were all 1-for-2, with Knowles scoring a run and Bethel getting an RBI in a losing effort.
Macedonia 12, New Bethlehem 4
Keithra Moss (two runs), Kili Kemp (two runs), Courtney Smith (with an in-the-park home run) and Kevin Moxey (with a solo homer) were all 2-for-3 with two RBIs in the win. Keith Moss was 2-for-2 with a two-run homer, scoring twice and Tre Gilbert was also 2-for-2 with an RBI and two runs scored to help out. Tavares Dames was the winning pitcher and Jafer Rolle was tagged with the loss. Craig Bowe was 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored, DeShawn Knowles and Christian Wright were both 1-for-2 with a run scored, and both Jafer Rolle and Devyn Munroe had one hit with an RBI each. Rolle added a run scored.
BSC Softball Schedule
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
7:00 p.m. - St. John's vs. St. Paul's (co-ed)
8:00 p.m. - St. Paul's vs. Macedonia (men)
Thursday, December 5, 2013
7:00 p.m. - Golden Gates vs. Macedonia (co-ed)
8:00 p.m. - Golden Gates vs. Calvary Deliverance (men)
Saturday, December 7, 2013
10:00 a.m. - Macedonia vs. Golden Gates (19-and-under)
11:00 a.m. - Co-ed Division Game
12 noon - Men's Division Game
1:00 p.m. - Golden Gates vs. Macedonia (19-and-under)
2:00 p.m. - Co-Ed Division Game
3:00 p.m. - Men's Division Game
Driving down the fear of crime and reducing violence in the country were major initiatives of Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade's policing plans in 2012 and 2013.
In the 2013 plan, Greenslade said reoffending criminals out on bail was a major challenge for the country.
"Our citizens continue to tell us of their concerns and fears because of the commission of crimes," the report said.
"Therefore, we will spare no effort in launching multifaceted initiatives which together will positively reduce the level of offending in our communities and give assurances of safety to our citizens."
The country ended 2013 with the murder count standing at 120, up from the 111 recorded in 2012 and down from the 127 recorded in 2011.
No crime statistics have been provided since July, but authorities have continued to say that crime overall is down.
The fear of crime is difficult to gauge, but authorities have also said repeatedly that this fear is too high as is the level of violent crimes in The Bahamas.
Many citizens continue to speak of that fear.
Ana Lockhart, who was robbed outside a Bank of The Bahamas ATM in December, said she was left traumatized by the ordeal.
Lockhart, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, said she is living in fear, afraid to drive to the food store, the ATM, and even to work.
"I'm living in fear," she said.
"I've had to pray. I've spoken to people about it and they've told me that I need to go for counseling.
"I had an incident last week where I had to go out and I went to a flower store to get some flowers for my grandmother's grave.
"And the flower store door, once it closes it locks. So a patron was coming in and she came at me really quickly to catch the door and I almost had a coronary in there.
"When I got to my car I just broke down crying because I was like 'God, I cannot live like this. I cannot live in fear'."
Tina Ferguson said her home was broken into five times within two months in 2012.
Ferguson, whose name was also changed, said she went on vacation with her two children in July 2012 and left her neighbor to watch her home.
She said her neighbor thwarted two separate house break-ins that month.
Ferguson said when she came back home in August she met all of her and her children's belongings in black plastic bags in the front room.
She said it looked like the thieves broke into her home again, but had to flee.
In August 2012, she said her home was broken into again.
"The last time they took everything," she said. "They took my son's games, my daughter's computer, even my bed."
After that, she said, she could not sleep in her home anymore and moved out.
Recently, Prime Minister Perry Christie spoke of his concerns about widespread crime fears and the decision by some people to adjust their lifestyles as a result.
On Monday, Christie unveiled initiatives intended to escalate the crime fight.
They come ahead of Greenslade's 2014 policing plan, which is mandatory under law.
What a way to comeback!!
After watching Salem Union celebrate with a big walk-off victory on a three-run homer from JeVaughn Saunders on Saturday, Golden Gates' men came back on Tuesday night as the Baptist Sports Council continued its 2013 Coca-Cola Softball Classic, taking their frustration out on Macedonia.
In the feature game at the Banker's Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex, Golden Gates got a towering two-run blast from Sherman Ferguson in a walk-off 12-2 rout, stopping Macedonia in three
innings via the ten-run rule.
With the win, Golden Gates improved to 4-1, but now trail Calvary Deliverance mathematically in the pennant race. Calvary Deliverance stayed unbeaten at 2-0 with a 13-10 victory in an extra inning over
BIBA in the other men's game played.
Golden Gates and Calvary Deliverance will clash in what could determine the men's pennant on Thursday night in the middle game of a triple header at 8 pm. With their losses, Macedonia dropped to third at 3-1 and BIBA remained in fourth at 2-3.
In the other game, Golden Gates clinched the co-ed pennant as they doubled up Macedonia 10-5. While Golden Gates remained undefeated at 3-0, Macedonia dropped to the bottom of the pile at 0-3.
Here's a summary of the games:
Golden Gates 12, Macedonia 2: After playing to a 2-2 tie at the end of the first inning, Golden Gates' bats came alive with a three-run second and a seven-run third, highlighted by the monster jam deep over the center field fence, picking up Garfield Bethel on the game ending two-run blast.
Ferguson finished with a 2-for-3 night with four RBI and two runs scored; Bethel was 1-for-3 with two runs and a RBI; Richard Bain was 2-for-2 with a RBI and two runs scored and Anthon Rolle had one hit, a RBI and two runs scored.
Ken Wood Jr. was the winning pitcher. Maitland Demeritte came in relief of starter D'Kyle Rolle and was tagged with the loss. Rolle had a RBI double, driving in Courtney Smith and he scored the other run for Macedonia.
Calvary Deliverance 13, BIBA 10: It took an extra inning as Calvary Deliverance broke up a 9-9 tie in the sixth inning by scoring four runs, sparked by Brad Wood Jr's RBI single, Jayson Clarke's RBI double, Patrick Lockhart RBI sacrifice fly and Robert Cox RBI single. Clarke finished 2-for-3 with a two-run homer; Lockhart was 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs and Angelo Butler was 1-for-3 with a RBI
and two runs scored. Wood Jr. was the winning pitcher. Glenroy Saunders Jr. was tagged with the loss. McNeil Albury was 2-for-3 with three RBI, including a two-run homer; Tony Strachan was 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs, and Burlington Moss had a solo homer.
Golden Gates 10, Macedonia 5: Eugene Pratt went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer, scoring three times; Sherman Ferguson was also 2-for-3 with three RBI, including a two-run homer, scoring twice;
Jenette Hilton was 2-for-4, scoring twice and Thela Johnson also scored two runs for golden Gates.
Alfred 'Skater' Munnings was the winning pitcher. D'Kyle Rolle got the loss. Shaquell Smith was 2-for-3 with a run scored; Kili Kemp was 2-for-2 with a RBI and a run scored and Sheena Taylor was 1-for-3 with a RBI.
Here's the current team standings:
Here's the schedule for the remainder of the week:
7 pm - Salem vs. Macedonia (M).
8 pm - Calvary Deliverance vs. Golden Gates (M).
9 pm - BIBA vs. Men of Vision (M).
10 am - Macedonia vs. New Bethlehem (19).
11 am - Macedonia vs. Men of Vision (M).
Noon Salem vs. Calvary Deliverance (M).
1 pm - St. John's vs. St. Paul's (Co-ed).
2 pm - Calvary Deliverance vs. St. Paul's (M).