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  1. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp 12 days ago

    Milford flashback 20 years with the scale. We’ve had a digital scale for about that long. Still stuck in past, Gil is running the T formation. Might try to pull a guard this year. Dive 25, here we go. Meanwhile how’s the ladies’ soccer team doing?

  2. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    1963, The "Wishing Well’ on West Genesee St. in Utica. Owner was a tough, but kind, woman named Carmen.

  3. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    Yeah, we play high school 7 on 7 here in the summer. Back in the day I played adult 6 on 6 “touch” in a city league. Rough game. Blocking above the waist, no equipment, 3 downs to make 20 yards for a first down, 25 plays to a quarter. Occupied gun rack in your pickup was optional. Lots of cops played in the league. Those were the days my friend.

  4. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    That can’t be Gil’s office. There are 2 picture windows. Gil’s broom closet has none.

  5. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    From 8 days ago:
    “The new kid shows up and Pascoe signs, “I think we’re going to call you Sunshine”. Then Gil integrates the team with Pedro’s younger siblings, and Milford goes on to win the State Championship.”

  6. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    Let’s see if they go to the Bucket, or the Milford’s juice bar/vegan palace, Carrots R Us, where they meet up with Marjie.

  7. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    Tip off to the new “story?” line. Dad is a retired West Pointer (hence, the use of “demerit”). Son is next coming of Peyton Manning who’s been seeing the world with his family since birth, and has gone unnoticed by everyone, including all those recruiting gurus who identify prospects in 1st grade. All will be solved by coming to Milford and stepping into the view of media giant Marty Moon.

  8. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    All together now.

    DA DA, DA DA DA, DA DAH.

    “Nobody ever died for Dear Old Milford, but Jarrod might be the first.”

  9. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp 2 months ago

    The new kid shows up and Pascoe signs, “I think we’re going to call you Sunshine”. Then Gil integrates the team with Pedro’s younger siblings, and Milford goes on to win the State Championship.

  10. softball coach commented on Gil Thorp 2 months ago

    Tinker to Evers to Chance. I played four years at Johnny Evers Field.