In 1985, Anthony Ray Hinton's mother told him to cut the grass. He thought he would put it off until the next day until his mother made it clear that she expected him to do it that afternoon. He idolized his mother and trudged out to start the mower. It would be the last time he would cut his mother's lawn for almost 30 years.
Dublin woman's basketball remains unbeaten in RVAL play (3-0) and moves to 7-3 on the season. Senior Captain Bette Imhoff scores a season-high 27 points in the well-rounded team win over a very scrappy and well coached Eagle Hill group. Eleven Wildcats scored a basket in this game, which marks the 3rd time this season nine or more ladies have done so. "I have been so impressed with the growth our team has made since the season started," Coach Dicruttalo said when asked about the production across the board. "Everyone throughout the NEPSAC knows about Bette and Stella after what they have accomplished at Dublin over the last three seasons, but I don't think people realize how hard these ladies practice and what they both expect from each of their teammates day in and day out. This continual pursuit of improvement has helped foster an environment that is imperative to growth and our underclassmen have been following the example those two have set on a daily basis."
Nice to wake up to some white stuff today. Despite the storm we ask that people stay off of the trails as we allow the snow to mix with the ice underneath. Skiing on it today could damage this process. We hope to have enough snow and mixing to groom and open tomorrow (Thursday).
In their first game back from break the Dublin Lady Wildcats continue to work on identity on both sides of the ball. The team defense was overwhelming from start to finish and nine different players netted a basket in the win. Stella Davis scored a season high 26 points and connected on five three pointers, all in the first half! Senior co-captain Bette Imhoff added 16 points and freshman Josie Switzer also contributed 7 points and 5 steals for the Wildcats.