PARIS —Paris Head Coach Creighton Tarr chalked up his team’s 8-5 win over Heritage Friday afternoon at Laker Stadium to one thing: effort.
Unlike my colleague at the Beacon-News, Thomas Hardesty, I’m not a Cubs fan, but I can feel his pain. Because I am a fan of the Los Angeles Clippers.
BRIDGEPORT — Paris had a field day at Red Hill’s “Field of Dreams” Thursday afternoon, as the Tigers made quick work of the Salukis, winning 19-1 in five innings.
This past Tuesday — April 26 — my friend Cameron (a fellow Cubs fan) texted me, telling me it was on that day in 1941 that Wrigley Field brought an organ into the ballpark, the first MLB stadium to do so.
EFFINGHAM — Traveling west, the Lady Tigers (16-5) were one of the few area teams in action yesterday, as heavy rainfall continued intermittently and canceled most events.
I like to keep busy, but sometimes I tend to overdo it a bit. Kathy would say “more than just a bit.” But something about starting things and seeing them through appeals to me. As a result, projects tend to overlap sometimes.
PARIS — As a school, Crestwood’s done well in track & field this year, but one group — the seventh-grade boys team — continues to do well again and again.