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Latest Issue

  • Competition0

    As defined by Webster, it is “1) the effort of two or more parties acting independently to secure the business of a third party by offering the best favorable terms or 2) a contest between rivals.” Both definitions apply to the world of sports and now with the District Four baseball and softball playoffs underway

  • Every Day is Mother’s Day0

    Mother’s Day became a national day of celebration on the second Sunday in May as the result of a proclamation issued by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914. The importance of Mothers, as it translates to sports is often reflected by the athletes themselves who wave or say hello to Mom when on camera. Another Mother’s

  • Bragalone’s ‘Chances’0

    It was sometime in mid-March. Jean and I were watching TV, and a promo came on about the NFL Draft. “When is that,” she asked? “Oh not until the end of April,” I replied. “You mean they will be talking about this for the next month?” was her somewhat exasperated response. I simply nodded in

  • Wearing the Uniform0

    Happy May Day! The day marks the halfway point between the first day of spring and the summer solstice and dates back to the days of the Romans. In this country, it is also a day known for Maypoles, flowers and the welcoming of spring. At one time, the day was a holiday for some,

  • The Good, the Bad & the Ugly0

    Few may remember it, but back in 1966 a spaghetti western film, “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” made its screen debut. It starred Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach. The film was set during the Civil War era and involved bizarre plots to extort money through a variety of schemes and

  • From Warrior Run to ASU0

    In today’s fast-paced society of ‘I want it all, and I want it now,’ humble beginnings aren’t viewed as the preferred route of choice. But for those who have followed that path good things have often followed. Such is the case for former Warrior Run star quarterback Charlie Fisher who now 39 years later serves

  • An Arizona Spring0

    Cloudless blue skies, warm temperatures, magnificent landscapes and some of the most breathtaking sunsets imaginable combined to make a March visit to Arizona a wonderful respite from the cold and snow of Pennsylvania; and not to mention the close proximity of fifteen Major League Baseball teams comprising the Cactus League. Over the years Jean and

  • The Last Game0

    Anyone who has ever taken a journalism class has most likely received similar advice. In my case, I still recall the warning from the instructor. “Always remember,” he said, “when you are covering an event, keep your opinion out of the story. The news should be the news, and the reader isn’t interested in your