Ode to Coffee

I love coffee…I do. Every morning, the first thing I think of is drinking my first cup.  There’s nothing like it. I like to add a tad of 2% milk, and that’s it. My husband and I both like it strong…very, very strong. Years ago we didn’t drink coffee much.  And so we decided that to spend some time together, […]

Work and be rewarded!

There is a great history of players holding out of training camp for a new contract, thinking they are going to force their team to work out a few extra dollars in their new contract. This is also a practice some early first round draft picks use to get a little extra out of their first NFL contract. One recent […]


During my tenure in the scouting world, I have learned so much about scouting, survival and life.  As I went through the cubbing world, I never realized what the boy scouting world would lead me to once my boys transferred into the troop…both cub scouting and boy scouting are connected in many ways but are so different as to how […]

Eight has been great

Update on Nerdy Thirty

I’ve been fortunate enough to be making some progress on my list of things to do while I’m thirty. I still have a ways to go, but it feels good to cross a few off the list. 1. More roller coasters: While at Disney World I rode lots of rides. Unfortunately, most of them were rides for toddlers lol. Hey, […]

First Annual Scorpions International Challenge Set To Begin

Scorpions ready to face Atlanta; C.F. Monterrey and San Luis to face off

SAN ANTONIO, TX (June 29, 2012) – The San Antonio Scorpions will host the first annual Scorpions International Challenge presented by Aeromexico this Saturday, June 30, beginning with their NASL match with the Atlanta Silverbacks at Heroes Stadium at 7:30 p.m.   The match will be immediately followed with an exhibition between two Mexican Primera Division clubs: defending CONCACAF Champions […]


San Antonio Wins Seven in a Row

  June 30, 2012   San Antonio – The battle of the bullpens kept the Missions and Drillers to a close second game of their three game series.      Tulsa jumped out to a 1-0 advantage in the second on Missions starter Hayden Beard on an RBI single from Kent Matthes that scored Ben Paulsen who led off the […]

Scorpions Shut Out Atlanta In Front Of Sold-Out Crowd

Pablo Campos scores twice to help Scorpions move into first place

San Antonio, TX  (June 30th, 2012) – The San Antonio Scorpions defeated the visiting Atlanta Silverbacks 3-0 in the first part of the Scorpions International Challenge presented by Aeromexico on Saturday night.   A festive sold-out crowd came out and watched as the Scorpions move back to the top of the NASL table with their third win in four matches. […]

UTSA officially joins Western Athletic Conference on Sunday

Sunday, July 1, 2012 SAN ANTONIO — UTSA officially became a member of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) on Sunday. The Roadrunners joined Denver, Seattle, Texas State and UT Arlington in joining the league as full members and that pushed the conference’s membership to 10 schools (CSU Bakersfield and Dallas Baptist also joined as single-sport affiliate members in baseball). The […]

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