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Community Shows Tremendous Support for Women Race

The community Sunday showed its continuing support for the St. Croix Women's Coalition's effort to stop domestic violence, as close to 500 women and girls ran or walked in the 23rd annual Women Race.

Yankees Outlast 40 Plus Pirates 14-8 in AA Baseball

The Yankees stormed back from an early 7-0 deficit to beat the 40 Plus Pirates 14-8 Sunday night in the Raphael Jackson AA Baseball League.

Familiar Faces at Finish Line in High School Cross-Country Race

Ninfa Barnard and Juan Robles took the varsity first-place spots in a high school cross-country race Thursday, mirroring their victories less than two weeks ago in the CoastWeeks Beach Relay Race.

@Work: Toni Chambers-Jackson and Silk Greenery

Twists of fate, unexpected inspirations, and a whole lot of hard work have made Toni Chambers-Jackson and Silk Greenery a St. Thomas success story. But Chambers-Jackson says it all really started 27 years ago when she decided to try living on the island "for a year."

Wall2Wall Triathlon Looks to Attract Novices and Pros

The best athletes in the Virgin Islands will be joining weekend warriors and first-time participants at Cane Bay for the Toyota Wall2Wall Triathlon starting at 7 a.m. on Sept. 19.

QUEEN MARY 5K RUN CELEBRATES UVI'S 40TH

Two UVI graduates were the top finishers in the Queen Mary 5K Run – a fitting finish, because the event celebrated UVI's 40th anniversary.

ST. THOMAS: SPORTS PARADISE

Source columnist Frank Schneiger extols the preponderance and the spirit of sports on St. Thomas.

APEX SURVIVES POSTAL'S ATTACK

The "best of the rest" single elimination tournament of the Government and Industrial Coed Slowpitch Softball League championship is set. It will be Apex going up against Tropical/Crowley Shipping Shipwreckers. The date of the game is yet to be determined, but the teams are set. On Tuesday Apex edged Postal, 17-16, in a nine-inning marathon game.

ICC, RADIO ONE BATTLE IT OUT FOR FIRST PLACE

Close to 100 Innovative Communication Corp. co-workers wearing lime green shirts were in the stands cheering on their team.

CAHS NEWS — FEB. 24

A track meet, a trip to Puerto Rico and Black History month -- all topics for this week's CAHS news.
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