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Piedmont College: The House That Ray Cleere Built

Some of the true “legends” to ever walk planet earth did not worry about what their legacy was.  They did not worry about how people would remember them, what building they could get named after them or even what kind of accolades they could win. 


Continuing a Legacy: Livia Skinner

A great man once said, “Legends never die.” In many cases, the legacy that someone carries follows them long after they retire and leave this world; Maxie Skinner’s legacy at Piedmont College is still very much alive.


Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

The Piedmont College baseball team and women’s tennis team were back into action the weekend of Oct. 23-25. Piedmont baseball played their annual Fall World Series to conclude their fall practices, while women’s tennis traveled to Brenau University on Saturday and Sunday.


Absorbing the Spotlight: 2020 Piedmont Golf

Sometimes in sports, when all the attention is on one team, the team will usually fold in the spotlight.  The 2020 Piedmont Women’s and Men’s Golf teams have been the only two athletics squads who have competed during the 2020 fall semester.  Even though the spotlight is beaming down on them, they have produced every time they step out on the course.  



How the Falcons Fumbled Ryan & Watson

As the old saying goes, “Don’t fix it if it ain’t broke.” Well, the Atlanta Falcons have managed a way to break something that cannot be fixed when it was not broken in the first place.

It goes without saying that Deshaun Watson would’ve come with a lot of baggage  if the Falcons would have gotten him. He missed the entire 2021 


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The Atlanta Braves should let Freddie Freeman leave

Hear me out.  I know what many of you Braves fans are thinking.  “How could we let a future Hall of Famer and one of the best players in franchise history leave?” Well, there is a lot more to this situation.

The biggest issue right now in the Freddie Freeman saga is money.  Whether it be between the Dodgers, Braves or any other team involved at this time. 


A Season to Remember: 2022 Wisconsin Rapids Rafters

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. – How does one leave a legacy? It is quite a complicated question.  There are many different answers.  Some may be right and others could be wrong.  However, there is no doubt that the 2022 Wisconsin Rapids Rafters have left a legacy on this town, their fans, and the Northwoods League that many people will not forget anytime soon.  


Rafters Walk It Off Against The Mallards 

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. – There are a lot of physical traits that can be measured in life.  There are even quite a few physical attributes that can be measured on a baseball diamond.  However, one of those attributes is not clutchness, yet the Rafters have been clutch all season.  Wisconsin Rapids walked it off for their seventh time this season to complete the season sweep of the Madison Mallards, 6-5. 



Rafters Break Northwoods League Single-Season Wins Record

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. – The 2022 Northwoods League Season has been ruled by one team.  The summer nights in Wisconsin Rapids have been centered around one team.  The fans have been locked in on this moment.  The 2022 Wisconsin Rapids Rafters have now won more games than any other team has in the 28-year history of the Northwoods League.  The Rafters defeated the Fond du Lac Dock Spiders tonight in a 7-6 walk-off victory in the 10th inning. 

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