Monthly Archives: March 2008

Monday–must mean snow

Another Monday, another couple inches of snow. Sounds like the end of the week we’ll get in the neighborhood of 50 degrees. Softball with Sioux Falls on April 1 has been pushed back to April 7. Congratulations to the golf … Continue reading

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Waiting for Spring

Snow cover. Still have it. Doesn’t go well with spring sports. This weekend was almost a complete washout, er, whiteout. Doesn’t matter what you call it, almost everything is off the books. Softball at the Morningside Invite was cancelled. I’ve … Continue reading

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Meeting Goals

My goal when I started this blog was to write at least once a week. If I don’t write today, I’ll probably miss this week, so, here goes. Baseball team went 3-4 on their trip to Florida–hitting the ball very … Continue reading

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Friday, March 14

Another Friday, where do the weeks go? It’s always a good thing when days and weeks go fast–must mean you’re occupied. Had a fun time in Rochester watching the Blades on Wednesday–came up just short in their first round game … Continue reading

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Central Florida survives

Quick start by Central Florida and they survive in the shootout. 3-3 at the end of regulation. 2-0 in the shootout. Dordt will play tomorrow at 1:30 in loser’s bracket game at 1:30 against Saginaw Valley.

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Rempel

blocked. 3-3, 2-0 shootout

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Save by Gibbons

Still 2-0 CF

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Todd Bakker

Kick save….still CF 2-0 in shootout. Can seal it here

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CF second shot

Good…CF 2-0

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Daniel Prins

Blocked

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