ST. THOMAS — The St. Thomas Jaguars won the eighth annual Small Fry Paradise Showdown tournament, held March 13-14 at Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School’s Audie Henneman Gymnasium.

While the race season is on hold for swimmers because of the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, two U.S. Virgin Islands swimmers have secured their future plans to compete at the collegiate level.

St. Thomas native Aliyah Boston earned another national award Wednesday when she was named the inaugural winner of the Tamika Catchings Freshman of the Year Award by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.

Like most athletes around the world, Chantel Malone, Adriel Sanes and Teddy Weller have been waiting and wondering if the 2020 Summer Olympics would go on as scheduled (or not) due to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak.

Julian “The Hawk” Jackson fought in more than five dozen professional boxing matches all over the world — Atlantic City, Los Angeles, Miami Beach, New York, Mexico City, Puerto Rico, even Ecuador and Spain.

ST. CROIX — Central High School’s varsity boys basketball team held off island rivals Educational Complex High School’s fourth-quarter rally to win 70-66 on Saturday and claim the St. Croix Interscholastic Athletic Association league championship.

ROCK HILL, S.C. — As Winthrop guard Hunter Hale fired the ball into the air just after the final horn on March 8, it became real — the Eagles were Big South tournament champions.

Stephaun Adams, a member of the U.S. Virgin Islands senior men’s national basketball team, died from injuries suffered in a vehicular accident in central Florida early Thursday morning.

St. Thomas native and South Carolina freshman Aliyah Boston picked up her first college awards earlier this week, being named first-team all-Southeastern Conference as well as earning two of the conference’s coaches’ awards.

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