www.islandstats.com continues to bring you daily round-ups of Sports sponsored by Horizon Communications, today we bring you the news the Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) was saddened to learn that Olympian Mike Sharpe passed away this weekend.
Saundre Simons reached the USA National Boxing Championships Final in Louisiana.
Kamau Leverock, Delray Rawlins and their Florida Scorpions teammates extend their lead on top of the Group 2 Standings in the US Open Cricket T20 Tournament as they defeated the Samp Army by 19 runs.
Bermuda Footballers competed both locally and aboard over the weekend, which also saw David Bascome win his first game as a head coach of the Baltimore Blast.
The 31st Annual Speedo Winter Championships concluded in Plantation Florida, with a team of swimmers from the Warwick Academy taking part.
A total of ten different Bermuda National Athletics Association (BNAA) Mile winners were crowned at the Flora Duffy Stadium.
Teddy Shum, and Gayle Lindsay are the 2021 Red Cross 5K Jingle Bell Male and Female Champions.
The Under 11 Who’s Who Tournament took place with the Rangers crowned champions, while the Storm ended as runners up.
In the Under 14 Division, the North Village Lady Rams defeated Rangers 12 – 10, in the other match in the Division the Storm Lightning defeated the Storm Thunder 27 – 12.
During Under 17 Division action the Storm defeated the Phoenix Fire 28 – 20, and in the Senior Division the Storm defeated the Docksiders 55 – 17.
Rockal Evans competed in the Sail Sydney Sailing Regatta, Evans was in a Fleet of 12 Finn Sailors vying for the top spot.
A Bermuda Basketball Association’s Island Basketball League double-header took place inside the CedarBridge Academy Gymnasium.
With nine different players in the scoring column including Caelin Peters, the Connecticut College Men's Basketball team displayed its offensive firepower with its highest scoring output of the season in an 83 - 62 victory against crosstown rival Mitchell College.
The 2021 Bermuda Flag Football League Fall season got underway at the TN Tatem Middle School Field, the opening day saw a double-header that produced 191 total points.