Breakers Eke Out a Point and the Rains Return

Yup – the clouds are rolling in this Thursday morning and it looks like we’re in for a string of rainy days (again).  I’m grateful for the sun we had – and looking forward to more as we head toward the Summer Solstice!

On the socer front, the Breakers and FC Gold Pride played to a 1-1 draw in Cambridge … in a game that sounded like a tale of two halves.  I’ll look forward to hearing details from those who were there.  The Red Stars lost to FC Sky Blue (1-0) … and I am still hopeful that both the Breakers and the Red Stars will get back on track and realize their early promise.  (Caveat – as someone born and bred in Philly, my hopeful phannishness should probably be seen for what it is … mostly reaction formation verging on delusion.)

Interesting piece here from Salon – about where we’d be now if McCain were POTUS.  How ever I feel about what Obama has and has not done … this makes me count my blessings!

Anyway … onward!  I’m back to work today … with a soccer game to root at this evening at NHTI-Concord … unless wet weather sends me straight home!

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2 Responses to Breakers Eke Out a Point and the Rains Return

  1. Yup – Jeri’s at Prospect Mountain. What other changes have you heard about? It’ll be interesting to see how the season goes … and get to those Belmont-Prospect Mountain games!


  2. Paula Rockwell says:

    Hey, I heard Jerry Blair took the Prospect Mtn. coaching job……
    lots of changes in the high school coaching ranks.
    Great story on the walk in the woods with Willie the other day.


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