First and foremost, we must remember: It was only a game. Seven innings were played, 295 pitches were thrown, 45 hits were recorded, 42 outs were produced and no championships were won.
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Firing a ball from Point A to Point B is a pretty big deal for this week’s Dragon Nation Sports Blog Athletes of the Week.
An effort can take you quite a long ways, but it will always lead you to where you want to be. This week’s Athletes of the Week – for Week 2 of the spring sports season – both gave some extra efforts last week.
The Dragons just hosted games on natural grass back in those days.
It’s going to be a young and inexperienced group of golfers hitting the links for Greens Farms Academy this spring.
The GFA lacrosse programs got off to solid starts in the first week of the season. Both were led by our first spring-based Athletes of the Week.
The Greens Farms Academy boys and girls track team might still be handicapped by not having an actual home track to practice on, but don’t think the Dragons aren’t building successful runners, jumpers and throwers.
The GFA girls tennis team has a little bit of everything heading into the new season.
Former Greens Farms Academy boys basketball player Mack Muller '17 couldn't leave his love for the game behind.