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Another Quarterback Prospect

May 18, 2018 Coach Raver

Purdue has always been known as the cradle of quarterbacks.  Names like Brees, Greise, Dawson, etc. have made their names while playing at Purdue University.  Another young quarterback from Gilbert High School is making his […]

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Goepper Visits the White House

May 17, 2018 Coach Raver

As is tradition today, winning teams, national champions, and Olympian Medalists are invited to the White House.  Since Trump has been president, these have not always been well attended.  However, local Olympian Nick Goepper made […]

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What’s Going On at Purdue and IU?

May 16, 2018 Coach Raver

Unless you have been out of the state or just simply not listening, you should know that IU basketball has received a commitment from Romeo Langford of New Albany.  It is not clear what Langford’s […]

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All New at EC

May 15, 2018 Coach Raver

When Justin Roden took the head football job at Noblesville High School, it set about several changes at East Central.  It is reported that Roden’s salary at Noblesville may be as much as $30,000 more […]

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MSL Soccer

May 14, 2018 Coach Raver

When I wrote this blog, FC Cincinnati had not yet received a notice that they would be the next soccer team to make the Major League of soccer in the United States.  They have all […]

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Clyde Perfect

May 11, 2018 Coach Raver

Clyde Perfect is best known as the developer of Perfect North Slopes, a ski area that has been in operation for 4 decades.  This adventure has been quite successful despite some uncooperative winter weather. According […]

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More Baseball Slang

May 10, 2018 Coach Raver

The game of baseball has more slang terms than probably any other sport.  A few weeks ago I gave you some examples of what I mean.  Today I will share some more of these terms.  […]

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Ultimate Loser

May 9, 2018 Coach Raver

When reminiscing with a high school friend recently, he recalled a pitching incident in which the batter certainly became the ultimate loser.  The batter was crowding the plate so the pitcher decided to throw an […]

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Back to the Umpire

May 8, 2018 Coach Raver

While Sally & I were having lunch with Ray & Celia Gibson the other day, Ray & I started talking about the good old days when we both played baseball at Batesville High School.  When […]

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Kentucky Derby

May 7, 2018 Coach Raver

One thing is certain about this year’s Kentucky Derby.  When they sang “the sun shines bright on my Old Kentucky Home”, the sun was definitely not shining.  In fact, before the Race for the Roses […]

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