Top Elite Showcase Produces Scholarship Recipients | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO DORSETT A group of young student athletes were afforded the opportunity to continue their educational and athletic careers in the United States based on their performances at the inaugural Top Elite Basketball Showcase. Seven students; including Raschad Greene, Jaden Feaste, Charles Rahming, Kenneth Barry Jr, Eamon Collie, Raheem Nixon Garet Finlayson and Caleb Burrows, will attend St. Louis Christian Academy in St. Louis, Missouri, while Blaze Darling will attend Lake Mary Prep in Orlando, Florida. The official announcement was made yesterday at the Bahamas Elite Sports Academy (BESA), Town Centre Mall before a group of parents, staff and executives from the Ministry of Education and the Bahamas Basketball Federation. Both Green and Feaste were teammates at St. John's College. Greene said his goal was to perform motivated at the showcase. "I was a bit nervous at the showcase but I just had to play my game and thankfully I stood out to at least one coach," he said, "I know