I want to take time to take a break from writing about our area’s senior spring athletes, and let them all know that my heart is aching for them.
After my sophomore year I quit the game of baseball, and never went back. I was frustrated with the game that I fell in love with at a very young age. Felt like I was not given a fair opportunity, and saw my chance to be an accomplished high school athlete slipping away.
I was wrong, and now years later I realize that it was all
The Basketball Heritage Project, Inc. would like to congratulate Tamika Catchings on her upcoming induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2020. Tamika Catchings was a WNBA superstar, spending her entire 15-year career with the Indiana Fever. She was a ten-time WNBA All-Star who was voted one of the top 15 WNBA players of all-time in 2011. Catchings began her playing career in 1997 when she starred for the University of Tennes
I am encouraged.
I am especially encouraged by some of the responses I received from local athletes and coaches.
Southmont senior Bailey Thompson said that she is grateful for this time of rest.
And in a world where we run nonstop and have been wearing us out little by little, it seems that spending more time at home isn’t such a bad thing. I often wonder how generations ahead of me were so successful, and I believe it’s because they spent more quality time at home. Wit
March was National Athletic Training month, and for one local athletic trainer the thought of not having the first spring athletic events to look forward to was unimaginable when the month started.
“March is athletic trainers month,” North Montgomery athletic trainer Isaac Hook said. “And I could have never imagined at the beginning of it I was going to not be looking forward to that first softball game on Tuesday the 31st.”
Displaced by school closures, Hook along with F