Priorities tend to change over time.
Most of my generation — I’m an early millennial; I remember life with dial-up internet — watched television for enjoyment.
The Patriots had their fifth consecutive losing season come to a close eight days ago.
It hasn’t been difficult to notice the buzz around the Jay County High School football team this season.
It seems like ages ago (Aug. 3) that girls golf began its season.
2-3. 22-0. 25-0. 21-0. 26-4. When I saw the first, I was appalled. But I shook it off as an anomaly.
Let me take this opportunity to offer my sincerest apologies.
Not a single cloud could be seen in the sky over Bishop D’Arcy Stadium on the campus of University of Saint Francis.
The winter season began nearly five months ago when the JCHS girls hoops team kicked things off Nov. 13. What a long way we’ve come since then.
Sports seasons come and go.
For the first time in two weeks — again — the Jay County High School boys basketball team gets to play.
Wins and losses. They are the epitome of sports. That’s true in life, as well.
Coaches and reporters alike say something along the lines of a final score not being indicative of how a game transpired.
By no means do I consider myself a “fast” runner. I’m just a “runner.”
There’s no question all of us have been impacted in some way by the coronavirus pandemic.
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