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While Forest’s NABF road is smooth, while Bedford’s keeps getting rockier. Moneta, meanwhile, is erratic.
Forgive me for being grumpy, but blame Major League Baseball.
The fields of the Montvale rec center became the epicenter of softball activity, as both the Belles and Ponytails tournaments kicked into gear.
The hot days of summer mean the heating up of baseball. Specifically, the NABF developmental league has kicked into high gear.
Liberty High School has a new Athletic Director.
School principal Cherie Whitehurst announced that the school has named Lori Mattson to the position, effective July 23.
I hate Georgia Tech.
Even though a couple of my relatives went to Ga Tech, I still dislike the school.
Big Island Post 217 improved its perfect record to 3-0 with a Father’s Day thrashing of New River Valley.
The Islanders prevailed 8-2, behind the crisp pitching of Jake Tanner and the timely hitting and heads-up baserunning of the rest of the gang.
A perk of this job is that you are periodically invited to play a round of golf.
Correction: It would be a perk if I happened to play golf. I, however, do not.
Summer became official last week.
It wasn’t the summer solstice that kicked off the season. Rather, it was the opening of several sports camps across the county.
Bedford’s top student-athletes assembled to receive recognition for their accomplishments last Tuesday evening.
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