STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Look who’s coaching now
Sun sports guru Dave Selvig has agreed to assist head coach his 10-year-old daughters basketball team.
Good for him, I myself coached a number of successful soccer teams in the past and found it wor... Posted on 10/24/11 at 8:13 PM
STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN SPORTS Monday night - early edition
You’ve never lived until you’ve been anonymously savaged on a little-read, obscure sports blog, and after you have been, you feel small(er).
That happened to me today and it felt spectacul... Posted on 1/4/10 at 12:24 PM
To say being a sports fan has changed in the last 10 years would be an enormous understatement, and not necessarily for the better.
I’ve found that for the most part, the more we learn about these guys, it is decidedly not for the better.
Seven months. Seven long, boring months.
That’s how long it will be before meaningful football games are played again, and I tell you, it hurts just typing that.
Each year in anticipation of football season ending, I fire up my Super Nintendo (also known as the NES) I purchased new at Fleet Farm in Fergus Falls, Minn., in 1990. The thing is nearly 20 years old, been through at least 5 moves, but still is going strong.
Dave Selvig has been named the new sports editor at the Jamestown Sun.
Selvig replaces Scott Throlson, who had been at The Sun for 15 years, including the last 10 as the sports editor.
Selvig has been with The Sun for 10 years, covering Class B sports for three years and Jamestown High School athletics since 2003. He’ll now primarily cover Jamestown College athletics.
There can’t be a better job in the world than being a professional athlete.
Unspendable amounts of money, lavish lifestyles, great hours, unbeatable working conditions — it would be pretty sweet.
But if you don’t have the skills to quite cut it, and heavens knows most of us don’t, perfect job No. 2 has to be the army of lawyers representing these people.
It couldn’t have been much closer the first time Jamestown and Minot met this season.
More is on the line tonight at Duane Carlson Stadium when the evenly matched teams meet in the West Region play-in game, with the winner moving onto the Class AAA quarterfinals to play top-ranked Fargo South on Saturday.
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