From 5:00 until 10:00 P.M. a misty rain fell across the ball diamonds in Woodstock but that did not prevent the Falcons from hosting the teams from Sherando. Tommy Keeler had the softball duties and Dennis Atwood covered the baseball game. Check out both gamers at
Central Baseball 2008-2009
All smiles after scoring 3 in their last at bat for the W
Team waiting for final words of wisdom from Foltzie
Notice Coach is rubbing his hamstring while celebrating with his wife after the game.
Notice Foltzie chasing his runner home and this will explain the hammy!
This one banged off the Sherando dugout before leaving the playing field
One of the numerous banners of support hanging at Falcons Park.
Hey Bill – One of those would look great down at Waynesboro
A different look at the action
Mr. James Tully behind the camera at both games.
Three of the folks that sat through the misty weather. I hear that one of them has a tennis match today.
Not quite the Citgo sign behind the Green Monster but the Arby’s sign still looks pretty cool.
Donn directing traffic from the 3RD base coaching box.
Foltz and Jeff Walters in the Falcon dugout.
A glance inside at the Warriors.
Dennis needed a glow in the dark pen Thursday night but I’m sure the gamer will be just fine. Check it out at http://www.nvdaily.com
How many days until opening day ?
Once again click on http://www.nvdaily.com for the gamer
Central meets in Left Field after the contest.
These five weren’t going to let a little misty rain keep them away.
The action from center field
Susan Fleming (AD) and Roger Wilkins (A-AD) make it all happen for the Falcons!
Mickey, Roger, Susan & Mr. Chris. Last night was my initial conversation with the Central Principal.
Central’s Short Stop and Left Fielder awaiting the next pitch
Dennis was there taking pics for the NVD and was telling me about his recent adventure to the Dominican Republic. The cap is from one of the ball teams in the DR and we think it is the one that Manny played for.
Runners on the corners and fielders on their toes as the pitch comes.
Coach working from the 3RD base box
Tommy Keeler is in his 14TH year of covering the Shenandoah Valley sports teams. TK has covered somewhere in the area of 2,000 sporting events during his time with the Northern Virginia Daily. You can catch TK’s gamer on the Sherando at Central softball game @ http://www.nvd.com
Banner hanging at the gate to Central High School