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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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Happy Thanksgiving

Where to begin? I am officially back on the sidelines — coaching hoops here at St. John Neumann Regional Academy. I continue to enjoy hanging out with the boys. Sure, the wins are nice, but I only do this to stay involved. The entire landscape has changed, folks. It is a rather tough and thankless

Where to begin? I am officially back on the sidelines — coaching hoops here at St. John Neumann Regional Academy. I continue to enjoy hanging out with the boys. Sure, the wins are nice, but I only do this to stay involved. The entire landscape has changed, folks. It is a rather tough and thankless job. Coaching high school sports today is totally different. It can be a struggle. Everyone’s an expert, and we coaches are never right. You wouldn’t believe some of the drama that we constantly deal with. A lot of it comes with the territory. But now there is this COVID. Our protocols change often. It is extremely difficult to plan and predict what is coming. My fingers remain crossed — plan on hearing more from the bleachers moving forward.

Yes. COVID is still trending. It has affected us all in many ways. I would say that it has changed me personally. I no longer trust the media, and I only read the Webb Weekly.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING. I am truly blessed and humbled. The praise and feedback from this page are off the charts. It is almost embarrassing. I take pride in this fun part-time gig. We have been together since her beginning. Again, special thanks to Mr. Webb for the opportunity. He has been a good friend and serves as a big brother. I don’t agree with him politically, but we have a common understanding. He even allows me to broadcast some football games. We covered 12 local contests this fall. Our productions were crystal clear, and literally, thousands streamed in. I always enjoy the notes from family members who log in from all over the globe. This past week I got a little love from a gal in GA who watched her grandson from Canton win the District crown.

My editor Steph has also been grand. I have only seen her six times in the past 17 years, and yet we speak quite often. She is one of my good friends. Steph makes this page look nice and adds many commas. The entire staff should be applauded. No. This is not a pilot.

My topics will vary. They usually revolve around sports and the great outdoors. Fishing is still my passion, but I enjoy the many conversations with the local HS athletes and coaches. The last article on Caleb and Cayden is blowing up. It is a lot of fun, and I have made many cool connections. Sharing these stories is never a challenge. I play fair, strive to win, and always do my best. I also like to stir the pot. But I have to give everyone a heads up. That’s another story. Our County Commissioners are quite sensitive. I simply don’t understand why WDGC is never mentioned in our $86,000,000 budget.

My 12-year-old son is my pride and joy. Jensen is a great kid, and I refer to him often. He will sometimes tag along with several of my adventures. Jensen participates in many sports, which provides some great content. He and his Hepburn Lycoming mates had an amazing season. I got to cover them all the way to the PA STATE Little League Semis.

My lovely bride is also super. We make a solid team. But she doesn’t like the spotlight, so I always refrain from using her name.

The Spencers like to keep it simple. We take advantage of our beautiful area. Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and camping provide some fun articles. They are rather popular, especially when we include a family selfie.

Several continue to ask some interesting questions. Perhaps I can take this opportunity to entertain some. No. I did not study creative writing or journalism in college. I crunched numbers and played tons of golf. English was actually my worst subject. It was a constant fight, and I vividly remember the battles. I lacked confidence. I guess that is why I am so appreciative when someone reaches out to give me props.

No. I do not write these articles behind a computer or fancy laptop. I am always on the go, and I call myself a part-time MOBILE freelance scriber. All of my columns are typed on an iPhone. Maybe that is why my thumb always hurts. Today I am doing this little write-up while riding shotgun on our way to Avis. I will take a break to help install this 800-pound island. My coworkers accuse me of blogging and say that I am a liability. No, this isn’t just a rant on FACEBOOK, Josh. This actually goes out to 58,000 homes.

I always struggle with early deadlines. My lovely editor would agree. Some say it is procrastination. I prefer to call it a minor delay in online motivation. I always have good intentions. But certain things tend to get in the way. It isn’t always my fault, kids. But it usually is. HAPPY THANKSGIVING. Cheers.

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