Fox Creek football coach Russell Schneider has resigned to focus on his health. Schneider said through text messages he was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation nearly a year ago, meaning he deals with an abnormal heart rhythm.
I didn’t recognize the return address but, egotist that I am, I imagined the travel agency logo meant only one thing: I had been discovered at last and was being sent on an exotic, all-expense-paid journey about which I would write a fascinating article and establish my globe-trotting, travel-writ...
"I'm sorry for everything I did and said when I was 13. I know I was horrendous," I said.
For several seconds, my mother said nothing in reply. Getting the apology she never expected rendered her speechless.
At least she didn't slam a door, I thought.
Is it officially spring yet? For an old Marylander it certainly feels that way. This time of year the folks up North are far from even thinking about spring sports. The main sport is usually snow shoveling.
Tuesday night, the Grovetown girls avenged an earlier loss to Cross Creek. The Lady Warriors (14-4, 4-2 Region 2-AAAAA) held off the Lady Razorbacks (18-3, 5-1) 52-50, pulling within a game of first place in the region standings.