one down and army to go

The archive effort gathered a little steam this week with the addition of Mr. Flower. The returning Granville resident said he was interested because, in part, of the good times and experiences he had with his teammates years ago. Good on ya, sir as they say somewhere else.

The concept is deceptively simple. A record of Granville sports. All of them. And as complete as possible. AD Macura said if took two men two entire summers to get together JUST the football record.

Rosters. Rosters would be a great thing, but might be impossible for some of the older teams. It would be nice, fascinating, to be able to look at what people have done in the past. So thanks go out to Mr. Flower for the initiative.

Interested? Reply to this blog or my work email: sentinelreporter@manchesternewspapers.com

 

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