The Herald Bulletin

Evening Update

Opinion

April 15, 2014

Editorial: Muller Tournament continues with changes looming

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In addition, IOPO has decided to discontinue its support for the post-tournament banquet. That removes one more chance to give the players and the cause some needed attention.

There is some disconnect among the county schools in all sports about continuing tournaments with all of the schools in the county included. The Nick Muller Tournament was never conceived as a county tournament but just slowly evolved into one.

It is our hope that the Muller Tournament will survive in one form or another for an extended period and that it will always stay true to the original purpose. But for now, it is time to go to the games this week and enjoy. It is what Nick would have wanted.

In summary The Nick Muller Memorial Tournament will be played this week, honoring the former THB staffer and calling attention to the need for organ donation. But the tournament is facing changes.

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