East Marion High School’s baseball and softball teams had very similar weeks last week with two... READ MORE
It’s summertime and the air is hot and sticky, and baseball is in the air.
The sound of baseballs being batted around is common. The dust of a slide into the bag, the slap of the ball in the mitt all remind us that the Boys of Summer are in peak action.
The handful of cinnamon Atomic Fireballs said it all.
As I walked away from the funeral home, I clutched the red hot candies and smiled.
Those fireballs were a trademark of Pearl River Community College Sports Information Director Mitch Deaver.
High school baseball came to an end for our area last Friday night when Columbia High School Wildcats lost a 2-1 decision to St. Stanislaus.
But the end of the high school season doesn’t mean that there won’t be plenty of action around Marion County this summer.
Every year about this time, many folks think about those spring and summer outdoor activities.
There are lots of fishermen and boaters around. I used to have a boat and I enjoy a nice afternoon of fishing now and then, but what I’m really in the mood for is golf.