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That’s what this year’s Big Island Post 217 entrant in American Legion baseball is: flat-out loaded.
Rome was not built in a day.
In fact, it was quite a lengthy process to build that city.
World Cup enthusiasm rolls on. It continues in this country, unaffected by our team’s ouster by those pesky Ghanaians (Ghanians? Ghananians?).
Rest assured, sports fans. Liberty High’s teams seemed well poised for the future.
That is, if the jocks that came out to the Minutemen baseball and basketball camps are portents of the future.
The World Cup wasn’t the only soccer going on last week.
With the emergence of Stephen Strasburg, getting into Nationals Park has become somewhat problematic.
George Washington was a winner, by anyone’s standard. And, he was a winner in everything that he did.
Some days you eat the bear and some days the bear eats you.
Jefferson Forest’s baseball team chose the wrong time to leave its “A” game at home.
A large number of graduating athletes was feted last Tuesday evening as the Bedford Rotary Club presented the Fifteenth Annual Scholar Athlete Awards.
Parents of high school jocks won’t be digging a bit deeper, after all.
At least not anytime soon.
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