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April 9, 2014

Rick Teverbaugh: HB trying a different area approach


Fans will have an opportunity to read about those events without having to resort to the smaller print size reports we run on Scoreboard. Our plan is to spread the items in this roundup around from school to school and from sport to sport. Ideally, many different schools and several different sports will be reported each day.

We kicked off that presentation in Wednesday's edition. We had only baseball and softball represented in that initial report because we had nothing reported from track, tennis or golf on Tuesday night. I am writing this prior to calls coming in on Wednesday, but I hope the report on Page B3 will have more variety this morning.

We encourage coaches to call between the hours of 7 and 9:30 p.m. By getting the calls by 9:30, it gives us a chance to get the results sent in put into story form.

We hope the end result is that more results will appear because that means more positive exposure for our area student athletes. Now the ball, so to speak, is in the court of the coaches. These next two months will tell us a lot.

Sports Editor Rick Teverbaugh's columns appear twice weekly.

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