Time Out: July 27, 2011

   “The great players show how much they want to play during the off-season, when it’s hot, when it’s tough, and when no one is watching.” — Tony Alfonso, author of The Mentally Tough Shooting Workout. It was hot. Full Story

Time Out: July 13, 2011

   Sports are a great metaphor for life. The longer we spend around the world of sports the greater the chance we will experience the highest of highs and the lowest of lows with a ton of everyday moments spaced in between. Full Story

Time Out: July 6, 2011

   Knock on wood, but it looks like you can be proud to be a Met fan again. It’s all right to wear your Met hat, wear a Met shirt, or wear your Met sneakers around town. Full Story

Time Out: June 22, 2011

   Sometimes athletic breakthroughs emerge from adversity. That might be the case for Margaretville’s Post 216 pitcher Mitch Hull. Hull, a pitching novice, is gaining valuable experience on the mound this spring. Full Story

Time Out: April 27, 2011

   “A trout is a moment of beauty known only to those who seek it.” - Arnold Gingrich Anglers from all over the world have long experienced the delight that comes with approaching a trout stream in Roscoe, and making their initial cast. Full Story

Time Out: March 23, 2011

   It’s called the LeBron James effect, the ability of private schools to pack their rosters, elevating their level of play far beyond that of even the most skilled and gifted public school competitors. Full Story

Time Out: March 16, 2011

   It was a perfect Sunday morning breakfast. Full Story

Time Out: Dec. 29, 2010

   As sure as you can count on getting beaten, you can also always count on laughter when you face Lee Fisher on the basketball court. Full Story

Time Out: Nov. 17, 2010

   The loudest cheers on November 6 from a huge South Kortright cheering section at the Wright National Soccer Campus went to the four Andes Rams. Full Story

Time Out: October 20, 2010

   Over a long teaching career I was continually tinkering with my behavior management system, always looking for ways to help my students learn to monitor their own behavior. Full Story