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“Instant” Replay

July 8, 2016
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If you read a recent Sports Illustrated, you might have come across a story about Fred Glass and Mark Cuban meeting in Dallas.  Fred is the IU athletic director, and Mark Cuban is a billionaire and IU grad.  Fred and…

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Vacation from Practice

July 7, 2016
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I think I am still correct in this.  This week and next week are hiatus weeks for high school athletes.  The IHSAA allows some form of training the rest of the year, but they do require schools to give athletes the first…

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Pat Summit

July 6, 2016
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Last week a true legend in the field of basketball passed away.  Pat Summit of Tennessee died at the age of 64 from the effects of dementia.  As you see, I did not specify women’s basketball, because the men consider…

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Special Birthday

July 5, 2016
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Today is my granddaughter, Audrey’s, 9th birthday.  I am going to dedicate this blog to her and the other young athletes who have birthdays today. Audrey certainly likes her sports.  In the fall she plays soccer, and in the winter…

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Fourth of July

July 4, 2016
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It is the birthday of our nation.  Traditionally, this has always been a day to enjoy picnics and watch baseball.  Thank heavens some things still follow tradition.  Although if you find anyone playing a double header today, it will be…

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Halfway Point

July 1, 2016
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We are very near the halfway point in major league baseball.  Since we live in southeastern Indiana, most of us root for the National League.  At this time, the San Francisco Giants, the Washington Nationals, and the Chicago Cubs are…

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Won but Lost More

June 30, 2016
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Sports writers were worried that LeBron James would lose another NBA Championship.  Of course, this did not happen.  If it had happened, he would not have been alone.  Jack Nicklaus won 18 major titles but had 19 near misses in…

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Pro Golf

June 29, 2016
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Recently the U.S. Open was held at Oak Mount Country Club near Pittsburgh.  I am sure you saw some of the struggles that the pro golfers had with this course.  Nothing like hitting a ball within 6 inches of the…

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Ichiro Suzuki

June 28, 2016
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Ichiro, as he is known to most of the people in the baseball world, recently passed Pete Rose in the total number of hits for a career.  He has 2,979 hits in the United States and had 1,278 hits in…

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Olympic Swimmer

June 27, 2016
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One of the areas that the United States has always been competitive in, and in many of the recent summer Olympics has dominated, is swimming.  Most of the names we remember may or may not make the Olympics this year.…

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Upcoming Events

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4:00 pm Chili Supper @ Greensburg Fire Department
Chili Supper @ Greensburg Fire Department
Sep 30 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Chili Supper at the Greensburg Fire Department this Friday night, 4-8:00 PM! All you can eat chili, peanut butter sandwiches, hot dogs and homemade desserts $6.00! Come out and support your GFD firefighters, bring the kids to see the fire…