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"Old Pete Probably Saved my Life"

In a syndicated article for World Wide Features in 1942, writer Jack Smith talked to the “Chippewa Indian whom grandpa called ‘the game’s greatest money pitcher,’” Charles “Chief” Bender. 430 more words


September 12, 2018, published on BleacherReport.com

More than a thousand people came to James Ransom’s funeral. His parents, Greg and Courtney, and his sisters, Julia and Lillie, were in attendance, each one imbued with a sorrow that crashed like waves. 183 more words

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2018 Waterbury Patriots JV Scrimmage

Football season is here! It felt like it would never arrive, but boy am I glad its finally upon us. I’m happy to be asked to assistant-coach the 2018 Waterbury Patriots Junior Varsity team along with some awesome coaches. 125 more words


NJ Pop Warner League Needs Help To Avoid Turning Kids Away

ASBURY PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A Pop Warner league in New Jersey has its first home game coming up but may not be able to afford to rent a field to play on. 380 more words


Carlisle vs Army - Lars Anderson

The book is ostensibly about two college football powers in the early twentieth century and specifically about a game where they met in 1912.  What the book is really is a detailed account of the Carlisle Indian School and its football coach – Glenn “Pop” Warner – and its most famous athlete – Jim Thorpe – along with a brief story about Army and its team that featured a decent player named Dwight Eisenhower.  636 more words


I had to show them my report card

I dont know about you guys but in our football league you have to turn in your report cards. some coaches and teams even want to see progress reports, to make sure we aren’t slacking. 95 more words


Why is it 'easy' to steal from youth sports teams?

For about six months, people would stop Marianne Kinsmann in her tracks, point to her Little League World Series jacket and ask about Holbrook Little League’s time in the tournament last summer. 1,083 more words