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I’d like to take the time and mention by name the second person ever to respond to this blog: Pat Wesner.

Pat posted some kind comments about the passing of Rodger Hurley. Welcome to the forum here, tell a friend. Tell a lot of them – it’s lonely in here. LOL.

There really is no time limit for such comments and I welcome any other legitimate comments; it seems the only thing that draws more SPAM than an e-mail account in a blog post.

In between sports this week and looking forward to getting the previews out. My vague sense of things are competitive teams on the diamond, despite graduation losses. Tennis has put up good teams and this year should be no different, although who knows where the varsity players come from with no modified program; a difficult thing to create in a cash-strapped time such as this, no doubt.

Track could be the dark horse team this spring. Coming off of an indoor season competing against many bigger schools with success I have to think they’ll fare well in the Wasaren track scramble.

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