Friday, March 16, 2018

What a GREAT Night for American Football!

Thursday, 15 March, 2018

First and foremost, only . . .

 . . . more days until the
Contreras Reunification

Venegono Superiore will never be the same.

As predicted, it was rain all day and night today.

In other words, we had a heavy dose of SKORPION WEATHER on the agenda.

Thus I opted to stay indoors all day safe in the knowledge that I would get my chance to get soaked at practice tonight.

With this decision came the usual Big Four . . . laundry, cooking, Skorpion related computer work and reading. 

Our three 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Flag team practices were cancelled tonight in order to save a little wear and tear on Skorpion Field. We have a tough, important Group C game at home on Saturday night at 6:30 p.m. against the physical defending Group Champion Busto Arsizio Blue Storms.

Obviously, our Senior squad could not afford the luxury of a day off regardless the conditions.

Skorpion Field was sloppy

The wet ball was hard to handle

I was very proud of the way our players and coaches handled the evening's practice.

The effort was good but, then again, how could it not be on . . .

. . . a BEAUTIFUL night
for American football!


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