Saturday, March 20, 2004

Congratulations to Tom Crossin's son and all of the members of the O'Reilly basketball team. That was amazing! I recently rejoined the working class after 1o years of being a stay-at-home mom. Out classmates Bob and MaryAnn Crofchick bought the old Nemetz's bakery on Owen Street in Swoyersville, and Bob called me and asked it I wanted a job. I am having a great time. Come and visit us sometime. The baked goods are fantastic!

Congratulations to the Basketball Team at BOR, they are now the State Champs, they won yesterday afternoon in Hershey and came back to the school on the Kingston Fire Truck, with a parade of buses and police cars, what an honor. To see and know more check out the Citizen's Voice On-Line.

Thursday, March 18, 2004

Hello - wanted to let people know that our alma mater is playing for the PA state championship on Friday in boys basketball -- and that Tom Crossin's son is one of the sparks for the team. They play Sewickley Academy for the Class A (smallest schools) title

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Hi Karen, Got your message and I'll put a posting on the main page about the Bishop O'Reilly basketball team when I get a few minutes...

Monday, March 08, 2004

Well folks, Rory missed making all-american by one (1) match! He lost a heartbreaker on riding time point that broke a 3-3 tie in his wrestleback match. He earlier lost to the #1 ranked man 6-3. He's pretty down right now, but he's also motivated for next year. The up-side is that he was nomiated for Academic All-American, and I'm proud and thrilled for him. He's worked hard in school, and Anthropology isn't an easy curriculum. Thanks for all of your well wishes... See ya'!

Friday, March 05, 2004

Not one of my finer moments, but it certainly taught me all about the humility part of being an athelete. Was nice of you to dig it up, Zil...

Jay, I'm sure you have plenty of pictures of your wrestling days but just in case you didn't show some of the more memorable moments to your's one from the archives. I found this while going through an old yearbook. Can't quite remember why I saved it but glad I did. Sorry for the quality but scanning a very yellowed 25+year old newspaper article doesn't work all that well. Guess I need to invest in some high-quality HP gear! Enjoy..