With the winter track season in full swing right now and the spring season right around the corner, lots of expectations are headed for the scorps. This is particularly the case for last year’s state champion Judson Lincoln. Lincoln realized that he could take track and field seriously around the 7th or 8th grade. At that age, he felt “I could be really good at … Continue reading He’s a Runner, He’s a Track Star – Meet Virginia Tech’s Newest Commit!
The 2021 MLB season has sadly come to an end this year with the Atlanta Braves winning the commissioner’s trophy (world series championship trophy). This past season has been very up and down for the Atlanta Braves. From being high contenders earlier this season to being last in their division at one point, to losing their star player to a season-ending injury, to beating … Continue reading Atlanta Won it All
With the Major League Baseball (MLB) season already being three months in, a lot has happened. There have been six NO hitters, four of which were thrown in May, and teams that were thought to be mediocre are actually leading their division. Upcoming star players are making a very big push for their team to make the playoffs. But there is still a lot of … Continue reading MLB Update
With the 2021 Major League Baseball (MLB) season already underway, there have been so many things that have gone on. Six no-hitters have been thrown already this season, stadiums are opening up for the first time in a year, and most importantly, fans are able to go back into the stadiums and watch games. But one thing that is interesting for sure is the possibility … Continue reading Oakland, We Have a Problem
With the MLB season starting up again and allowing fans into the stadium, it left me wondering what Camden Yards (Orioles stadium) would look like coming out of a pandemic. So I went to the Orioles vs. Athletics game a few weeks back. One of the first and major things when you go to a game is getting the tickets. When me and my mom … Continue reading Camden Yard in 2021