Chris Ledbetter called, breathless, ecstatic; if projectile spit could somehow make its way through a phone receiver, then I would have been immediately grabbing for a tissue. OPRF High School's head baseball coach had something big to tell me.
If you ask me -- and I doubt anyone is -- there was just a little too much respect going on in the Dawg Pound last night in the field house during the OPRF boys basketball team’s final regular season game against York.
With the devastating loss to the Packers in the NFC title game finally out of my system, the Bears had to go announce that Lovie Smith was getting a two-year contract extension the same day they announced an increase in ticket prices.
Two losses over the weekend put the OPRF boys basketball team in a tight spot as the Class 4A playoffs get set to begin next week. But the Huskies (10-11) get to settle into their homecourt to close out the regular season against a team they will see again just a few days later when they begin the postseason. Does that make sense?