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JIM NORMANDIN

Dear readers,

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Be safe.

Jim Normandin

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As could be imagined, in our current world of a suspended NBA and NHL, postponed Major League Baseball and cancelled high school and college sports, I’ve had some time on my hands, sports-wise.

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When a friend first sent me a link to a virtual 5k race, I expected to find some type of running simulator. There is a P.C. game genre known as “walking simulators” (which are much more interesting than the name would indicate) and action games in which a large part of gameplay is moving you…

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There has been no official word from Baltimore County Public Schools since last week concerning the planned re-opening of schools on April 24 and the fate of interscholastic athletics.

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As I write this, a decision is still pending regarding the fare of the remainder of the school year.

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Day after day, it’s the same tired spiel: the “evil” media has created the coronavirus panic and turned something not as dangerous as the flu into a crisis, spreading fear and causing people to hoard essentials and create shortages.

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Last week’s basketball game between the Sparrows Point and Dundalk boys did not go quite as i expected.

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So Hereford wins the Baltimore County girls Indoor Track championship for the 15th year in a row, while Dulaney takes the boys title for something like the fifth season in a row.

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The Dundalk boys basketball team had a good run in the 2010’s, consistently winning close to 20 games, reaching the Baltimore County championship game for the first time and making a couple of appearances in the Class 3A North region championship game.

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Maybe the Ravens just can’t handle prosperity.

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Once more, for the people in the back: there is no North Point Government Center “Park.” It’s the North Point Government Center Recreation and Parks “Facility”. And I also have folks in Florida who can write letters referring to it as such.

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By the time you’re reading this, I’ll know if my childhood conviction I would never live to see the year 2020 (because it was just too many years in the future) was true. I have been feeling old lately ...

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Stopped by Herman’s bakery the Friday before Christmas to pick up some sugar-free cookies.

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It was a bad weekend for Baltimore County schools in the state football quarterfinal round.

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Let’s face it: Franklin High, at this moment in time, just has a better football team.

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The top three seeds in the Class 3A North region football playoffs defeated the bottom three seeds by scores of 54-0, 54-0 and 33-0.

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Ultimately, it took Sparrows Point to beat Sparrows Point and end the streak of six consecutive state titles.

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