Category Archives: Sports

Family Friday: Wait for It

Tied at the end of the game. Play is in overtime with just a few seconds to go before the buzzer. Wait for it. Wait for it. Garret scores the winning shot! Fans cheering, kids screaming. Now it’s off to … Continue reading

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Cross Country Winners

This whopper trophy was awarded to Collin’s team at their latest cross country event. Both the boys and girls varsity and JV came in 2nd place in the state. The school may have to build a special trophy case for this … Continue reading

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Left in the Dust

Collin, my #3 grandson, came in 2nd place in the 11-14 age division of the Alpharetta Rotary Mayors Corporate Challenge 5K last week with a time of 22:56:24. I won’t post his Dad’s time, but let’s just say Collin left … Continue reading

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Football’s Back

 You know how men and boys (and this Grandma) love their football. Our grandson, Garrett, is no exception. He’s suited up and ready for practice. Let the games begin.

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Playoff Bound

Garrett’s basketball team has made it to the playoffs. Their first game is tonight. Can I get a cheer for the Firebirds?

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Family Friday: Just Like Dad

The first soccer game of the season and you score a goal, then another goal and you are on top of the world. Then out of the blue you slip on the ball, land on the ground in an awkward … Continue reading

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It’s Back

Pre-season games for the NFL have started. It’s time to fire up the grill, ice down the drinks, put on that lucky shirt or hat or whatever it is that gets your juices going, and then get ready for some football. … Continue reading

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Put me in coach

From 1974 to 1975, Ronny coached a women’s slow pitch baseball team. They were called the Manetamers. Their ages ranged from 17 to 68. They all came from the small town of Little Elm in north Texas. Just a group … Continue reading

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Go Big G

Our youngest grandchild, Garrett, made the All Star Baseball Team this year. Not only is he the cutest kid on the team, he’s the best player (at least in the eyes of this Grandma). Get ready in the outfield, Big G is … Continue reading

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