There's never a dull moment when I get out of town.
It’s always amusing to me reading some of the things professional athletes tweet about throughout the season and then again in the offseason. Most of the time it is pointless things about their day-to-day lives, but occasionally there are some things that get tweeted out that cause problems.
Rainbow colored themes? Confederate Flags? Well actually I prefer the American Flag. As a journalist I can’t choose sides publicly, and I have to refrain from sharing my opinions on any political matter. Honestly it doesn’t bother me, because I can still do my job, which is to share stories and share information.
NEW MARKET — Keeping ones emotions under control on the golf course is easier said than done.
The Crawfordsville High School Athletic Department is offering student athletes of the Crawfordsville Community School Corporation the opportunity to obtain a physical exam for the 2015-16 school year. The physical exams will be given by a team of professionals from Crawfordsville. The physical will be given on July 29 in the Crawfordsville High School gymnasium.
Crawfordsville head volleyball coach Kelly Johnson will be hosting another age group volleyball camp this summer beginning July 20.
Finding a robin egg that had fallen from its nest this past weekend reminded me of the perfect idea for this week’s column. Lots of people have been seeing newborn fawns, birds and various other infant wildlife in the last week or two which means that there are now lots of Mother Nature’s new young ones out and about. You may find yourself stumbling upon what appears to be an injured or abandoned baby animal this summer, but “Most baby animals are not abandoned,” said Michelle Cain, Wildlife Information Specialist with the Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife.
After Lester Morrison won the high jump in 1907 and his Darlington teammate Roy Conrad won the long jump the same year, Montgomery County regularly competed with the larger schools in the state in track. Boys’ track was one of the original four sports which county athletes participated in. The others obviously were baseball, basketball and football, but the IHSAA did not crown champions in those sports until the 1911 season when the Athenians won the first ever IHSAA basketball tournament. They did, however, have a championship series in track.