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Category Archives: Sports
Today was a huge day for Jackson. He ran sectionals with the Madison Academy cross-country team, which is a big deal for him as a seventh grader. He ran in a varsity competition about a month ago and finished his … Continue reading
I love watching this kid run.
We all did pretty well in the last round, successfully predicting this World Series matchup. That means no change in the leaderboard: Jason: 9-4 Sunny: 8-5 Joshua: 7-6 So for this round, we’re taking bets on winner, length of series, … Continue reading
After the first two rounds, here are our prediction standings: Jason, 8-4 Sunny, 7-5 Joshua, 6-6 With only a couple of series left, we’re getting down to the nitty gritty. Rays vs. Astros: We’re all taking the Rays. Of course, … Continue reading
Based on our first round predictions, here are the “standings” so far: Jason and Joshua, 5-3 Sunny, 4-4 So Round Two predictions are as follows: Astros vs. A’s: We’re all taking the A’s. Just can’t see the sub-.500 Astros winning … Continue reading
Sunny and Joshua and I are making our playoff predictions for this crazy MLB postseason. Here we go: Astros vs. Twins: We all picked the Twins White Sox vs. A’s: Joshua, White Sox; Sunny and Jason, A’s Jays vs. Rays: … Continue reading
Today was a big day for Jackson as he ran his first varsity cross country meet. He ran three miles today, which is a big deal because typically JV runs are only two miles in length. But he did a … Continue reading
Another PR (“personal record”) for this kid today: he ran two miles in 14:11 to finish in sixth place in today’s meet! I love how all of his hard work is producing results. Such great life lessons when your kids … Continue reading
Sunny did the math on this: we just started his 28th “season” of baseball this fall. That includes spring (usually school ball), summer, and fall baseball since he was three years old playing at the YMCA!