It was four years ago today that James Volpe died as a result of injuries he suffered while a passenger in a car driven by one of his Jackson Memorial High School baseball teammates as they returned from a game. He was 17 years old.
In March Alec Donovan of Brick Memorial capped his high school wrestling career by winning the 145-pound state championship and two months later he’s in the headlines for doing something that takes more guts and determination than what he did on the wrestling mat in Atlantic City.
It was a perfect ending to Mother’s Day for me and the mother of my two children. Jane was on the couch and I was in the leather chair and we were screaming at the TV watching the Rangers desperately hang on to beat the Capitals and force a 7th and deciding game in their Stanley Cup Playoff series.
The Augusta GreenJackets make the trip from Georgia to Lakewood to play the BlueClaws only one time each season and that series ends tonight which means the family of Connor Kaden will have to say goodbye to the 22-year old pitcher.
There will be a lot of interest come December when the NJSIAA holds its annual business meeting at the Pines Manor in Edison as there will be three significant proposals voted on by the general membership which would have a major impact on high school sports in the state.
Too often we don’t get to show our appreciation and admiration for someone until they have died which means it’s their family who hears the words or sees the evidence that a life was lived well and served as a benefit to many.
Some are saying that tomorrow is shaping up as one of the great sports days ever, a “Super Saturday” that includes one of the most-anticipated fights of all-time, the premier horse race, the conclusion of the NFL draft and baseball’s best rivalry in its oldest and most iconic stadium.
It was just about a year ago that I did a segment titled High Expectations, Harsh Reality for Student Athletes which began with “I am constantly amazed at the number of young athletes (actually the parents of young athletes) who expect their child to land a college scholarship and when they don’t look to point the finger, usually at a coach.”
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