WALKERSVILLE — Whether it’s accomplished by an amateur or professional, sinking just one hole-in-one in a lifetime is every golfer’s dream.
How can the Old Coach condense 47 years of friendship with Don Boyer into a 1,200-word column? It would take at least one book and probably a couple of sequels.
Don Boyer, a titan of track and field and cross-country in Frederick County who touched the lives of thousands of athletes through a coaching career that spanned 50 years, died Saturday following a years-long battle with Lewy body dementia. He was 75.
With medals around their necks, Bach Ngo and his other teammates on Urbana’s golf team stood proudly last October as they mugged for pictures with the Class 3A/4A state championship trophy.
MIDDLETOWN — After five years of traveling the country in his spare time as a master trainer for USA Football, Kevin Lynott was finally back on home turf Monday night.
Dan Ricci wasn’t demeaning AAU basketball.
The Old Coach has always been a meat and potatoes kind of guy. A porterhouse steak hot off the grill and home fries is a gourmet meal to my taste. Spending $50 on chateaubriand with béarnaise sauce and leak and potato galette with pistachio crust may be nice for splurging on a special occasi…
You were on the Middletown baseball team that won a state title two years ago. Can you describe what your role on that team?