February 29, 2012
THE quest for a 24th consecutive Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) Track and Field Championship got off to a promising start for the perennial meet champions after a customary point total on day one.
The St Augustine's College Big Red Machine posted 414.50 points to lead the field at the end of the first day of the meet at the new $30m Thomas A Robinson stadium. The three-day meet continues 9am today.
Just 23 points separates the Big Red Machine from the Queen's College Comets who posted 391.50 points. Last year, the Big Red Machine led by 95 points after day one en route to capturing their 23rd title.
The St Anne's Blue waves currently sit in third with 1 ...
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News date : 02/29/2012 Category : Tribune Stories