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Todd Stanford's soccer column: Not in the job description
When you sign up to be a high school coach, there are a few things you know going in.
Todd Stanford On high school softball: A rivalry to remember
Trust me when I say this: It only seems like Milton and Jersey Shore meet for the District 4 Class AAA championship more often than the latest Harry Potter sequel hits the local multiplex.
Todd Stanford on high school softball: Time to get picky
Here they are, hot off the presses: my picks for the 2011 playoffs.
Henry Hynoski ready and waiting for an NFL break
PITTSBURGH -- As spring begins to turn into summer, Henry Hynoski is still playing the waiting game. Hynoski, the Southern Columbia graduate and former Pitt fullback, didn't hear his name called in last month's NFL draft. As a result, he's still not sure where he'll end up when the league's current labor dispute ends.
Coaches, players speak
It's that time again: Time to empty out the notebook and see what coaches and players have had to say about the game this year.
Todd Stanford's softball column: Games move right along
There's something to be said for brevity. And that something is this: It's good. (How's that for brief?)
Todd Stanford On high school softball: Play ball! But first, is that bat regulation?
Most area softball games begin at 4:30, so it's not easy for a lot of working stiffs to get there in time for the first pitch.
Todd Stanford's column on high school softball: Rule change impacts offense
We're a few weeks into the season, so it's not too early to see what a difference the new pitching distance has made to the high school game.
Prodigal daughter returns home
Every time Andy Swanger went to the plate, you'd hear the same chant from one diehard Mifflinburg fan: "C'mon Andy, hit a dandy!"
Follow the letters
OK, so we all know that the season technically started more than two weeks ago. But we also know that, in reality, most schools have a large chunk of their seasons to play.
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