Sounder SIGN UP FOR FREE
The Beyond 822 Podcast
The Beyond 822 Podcast

Episode 7 · 1 year ago

Ep. 7 - The Laker/Crusader Challenge

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Mac and Charley discuss the rich and spirited rivalry between Boys' Latin and St. Paul's. They also discuss the Laker - Crusader Challenge: our 6th annual giving challenge to see who can receive the most gifts from May 18th - May 22nd. If you'd like to give, click here: https://www.givecampus.com/schools/TheBoysLatinSchoolofMaryland/laker-crusader-2020-challenge/ or VENMO @BoysLatinMD.

Fo beyond to podcast weatures, the manyCebol I not in the Boyssidin School Arim, not going to this S, stoordinarythings in wor in this podcast Ilikt, their accompishments. Lessons learnthroughout their career and their experiences. E laker on t to west, likeAH welcome to a combined podcast of beyondeight two two and same Paul Stories. I'm here today with Director of alumnirelations, Matt Kennedy and also Foothella, one housand, nine hundredand seventy six, as well as the director of alumni relations at sint,Paul's, Charlie Mitchell, sint, Paul's class of one thousand nine hundred andseventy thiree welcome guys thank youlete to Charliey Mitchell will start with you. There's a lot of hooblak going onaround this week. Can you introduce us as to you know what what's about to goon sure? It's Te Laker pesader challengeand it's an idea that bobbled up six years ago, or so in conversations that Mac and I werehaving and our colleagues got involved, and we wanted to come up with some way to build on the longtime rivalry betweenthe two schools, which is large of an athletic in nature. PETAETHER's a waythat we could use that to engage alumni, particularly our young, younger Onei insome court, some kind of competitive endeavor that would really benefit bothschools and what we came up with was the idea of having this challenge, which would start theweekend before the annual cross game between the two teams and the idea. T focus really was on donurs and to see which school could doing that. Time span get thelargest number of doners. So I pluss about dollars more about donors and we, it was R. It was very successful. Ithink, for both schools at first year and we've just been building on it eversince and each year it's gotten a little bit better. I think there's moreexcitement each year, we've know now kind of you know build into the plans.You know videos and a live website. Where you C, you know people couldtrack the score in real time and we've come up withsome really sort of you know engaging prizes for the winner for the winningschool flying his flag or flying their flag on the campus of the losing school.For a day- and things like that, so so that's this is the six sixth Annual Car seven thinreally col a sarer challenge coming up and you talalkabout paroation, O donors and getting you know both the bl, an the SantPaulis community involved. How many...

...donors do you expect, or do you have agoal for this year in regards to the Laker cusaner check Nlenge we can. The goal is for each school toreach three hundred forty seven Goners, and that number is. It was not it's not a random number.It's state, combined years that the two schools have been educating young men. So I think I forget, you know it's ahundred eighty for us, a me n. You Know Hundred Ninety F for Fyo guysor whatever ive done the map, but but you get the idea. So we came up withthat is kind of a clever way to you know to Kip of underscore the logevityof both schools in in the morter Netrar area, yeah. Absolutely it's a great wayO to give people excited and and definitely a good number to hit, andthen can. Can you remind us what are the the dates for for the crusaderchallenge so that people can get involved throughout the week? Yeah it'll start on May eighteenth andit will wrap up. May Twenty Seond think it midnight? That's great, that's greatand it's definitely a great way to keep the conspit. The competitive juice isalive even during te times right now, when o really seeing too much compenten orjust seeing competition from years past now. Well, that's exactly right! Ithink you know man esespecially young men and boys love competition, so weanyway, you can come up with them. Do Compete for something is usually awinter yeah absolutely, and thank you for for giving that brief introductionof of our Laker crusate challenge was ust coming up this week and like tobring Matt Kennedy in now and Matc. Can you can you just start start us offwith you know? Why is this rivalry of the crusaders? Versa, Lakers, sospectal yeah, thanks Taylor, you know, Charlie, and I have beentalking about. You know this our rivalry, since we sort of BOT. Ok,these positions and one of the first things we decided to do was to honor to y. u sort of grates at each one of ourschools, and we decided three for five years ago to name thetrophy: The winter the winning school would w would earn the Darrell Aerharttrophy, which is named in honor of two really wonderful people, skipp Daral atSNT, Paul's and and dicing ar hard at Pois, Latin and and the great thingthat sort of kind of Jige. With this great rivalries thatskippin and Disen were childhood friends, and even though they both wentto k, ow the rival school and getting back to the history of the rivalry Ho. Anacross N, of course, we're almost in Maya and we wolt be in maydoring. Thechallenge lacross started between the rivalrybetween the two schools started on...

...thousand nine hundred and thirty three,and I believe the overall record is it's something. Fifty two of I think it's fifty tree to forty nineand there actually was one tie. I can't imagine how they the two schools feltafter that one time, but back. I believe it was in on Touanninetnden,I'm looking AP my record one thousand Ninetuden and thirty four, the schoolsplayiyto a a to to time. So you know another thing that make o testorm that night Mac. There was a thuter storm that I think yeah thatyeah I checkd he weather reports. They had to call the game. Well. Boys Ladinthinks that there was a couple F goals that we should have had, but the SantPaul's referee called crease violation: Suff O there p til talking about at that being oe as justter extram anoffense man, yes, were a, but I think you know Tayly. You asked about whatmakes this rivaly so special and I think it's the respect the two schoolshave and the lepaneage the settlar leneage of the Tu schools- and I knowCharley- can jump in here. But you know it really starts out with a Gudn howd e Myers and you know, autywas a boys Latin Graduate Plass on twenty nine, and you know one thousandne hundred and thirty sticks. He you know he went over to snt Paul's toteach and coach threesports and Chion't want to stall your thoutan. Maybe youcan tell us a little bit about kind of what how you guys revere Howtdy Myers.You know again a boys, Latin dred and Ay, probably a hall. U K, Ow, definitely ahall of Fame High School Coach at St Paulis for probably over through decade.I think it was yeah. Well now that's right! The name is legendary and you know it',snt, POL's, history, thinke taught math and he know was best known for his. Youknow, Lacrosse, Prowess and and and coaching, and I actually got to see him play notbecause in Navold, but a few years ago I found in Ourr Chibes some old sixteenmilemeter film and a metal, canister and whone way. We looked at it at leastbefore it started to crumble. We could see that it was sold foln from on myWashinton campus, which we vacated in one thousand nine hundred and fifty two, and we got that digitized and on thatroughly fifty minutes of silent film were shots of Hotty Myers playing against. In kind of a fun way, without withoutpads or anything, but he was, he was running against some of the students,some of the streetin players- and it was it, was quite remarkableto- see Hoactually see this guy in action. This guy, we heard so much about yeah, so yeah, so he is hatdy. Mars isdefinitely religend and you know, and Charli mentioned Kip Darrell, who youknow so many of us Hav Boyse, Ladin...

Dust, love skip and one o the thingsthat makes it. You know part of. We feel hees sort of part of the BLlineage as wells that his dad whos went by the nickname of cabbage to Baryl wasalso a night af voys Latin Drad, with a very good friend with Haudy Myers, and a really good lacross player in his ownright and a twelve year, man of Poslad. So you know and again the coachingstabbs. Our first coach on Lake Avenue was a man named Dick Moore who is thesame faul's Grad and you know I know Dietrick Bon Schwartner, that's a name:yl coach, JB, Lecros its same falls for many years and you know not only dosome of the students. Oh, we had a couple students to play for book. FeetsBob vetters in the S was a phenomenal attactment for bol school and then onthe flipside. You had Wayn Eien Hut, who was, andeven probably even the better attack men for bus gools in the late early,seven, so yeah, it's really a family affair. When he's to school, start,yeah and and Mac, you really did hit the nail on the head Nd. You know, withthe terms of the respect that both schools have for each other and teams, and even the students have foreach other. I mean beyond all the the trash talknd and the chance that go on during during the Games whenever we playwhether it's across or football or soccer or whatever. Maybe you know, even I can say that as agraduate of BL in two thousand and eleven, I had told Charlie this that wehad plenty the Bo guys and the Saint Pauls guys were very friendly with eachother, even up to this day, still hanging out and reminisce about aboutthe good good days, whether it was US bio guys being sint Paul's or the Santpauls guys beat nuts, especially in that two thousand and ten championshipwith still still stayngs a little bit. So H, there's a couple of other cool thingswith the two schools that there ereactally some times where brothersactually lined up against each other eahtree ofin, the there were the closinbrothers, there was jacket, St Paul's and Don and Diol, and then David Pollack and his brother Jamie. Ibelieve, strihe up jamies up against each other in the ninety twochampionship game, one by St Paul and we're just book the One by St Paul. Ibelow e thought. That's what you said. Andthinkit was the conkling twins inthe early twsands that went up against each other. So another and Trar is another bloodrelative connection between the two schools is George Mitchell, who isrevered out there, O fantasticcross, coach and fantastic teachter as well ona fantastic person in the euroyour...

...stadium, is named after his threenephews went to boys, Ladin and probably the best one was Tom Mitchellwho went to the Naval Academy in on the best attackment of the year award in one thousand nine hundred and sixtyone. So again, it's you know, they're examples after examples, affor examples,the two schools with brothers and uncles and cousins and all kinds ofgood stuff yeah, and we continue to you- know, talk about alot of the different different players at all and different teams. So whydon't we stay home? Stay oon that for now- and you know, Charliey can you. Iknow that you' mentioned that there are so many different, unique special memorable teams out of your long history of sntPaulisocross, but which ones really. You know, stick outto you in your own opinion. Well, yeah! It's always hard to youknow kind of come up with them a school team or anything like that, because youknow iw pros fcourse goes back to you know. The nithirtys is Max said, and you know you have to look at differenterrors and the way the game was played and equipment- and you know everythingelse, but one name that I have heard pretty much my whole life oryou know, since I was a middle school student, snt Paul's as a name of billy,hooper, whos, clasts e thousand nine hundredand forty seven Orer, I believe Sev Poin, Ithan Oun forty seven didn't mean to make hem older than heis. But reading the You know stories and your books and in theBattomor Sun coverage at prepecos at time defeats that he was able to accomplish for talke aboutall the time just how ivasive et was or we getshotdy ad athletic. He was, and I think he was playing bar city ind eighthgrade something like that and then of courseyou know he went onte great college career. I think it Uva he's still withus. His health isn't great. PUTHE is to will is but he's, and course you knowhe's he's a slightly built fellow. You knownot big or anything, but I think it was just just so talented and was a pinpointfeeder and that's one name that really sticksout and of course, ave been a number of great Yon, know: wetacking,midfhieoders and Goldles, and even some defensemen, even though defense rerelygets the creditid deserves because we're God to focuses offense. But but you know, hooper certainly won, andit will tell you a quick story about about guys who went to both schools andtit's the brand out twins Mattin Chris. I had them on my seventh grade team atSaint Paule's, and then they were good players without questionand teving the grade, and then they transferred to boys Latin killed us forfour years wow they were there...

...and then mat goes off to Yale and faces often in the semifinals lastyear's National Nowincitiv late tournament again to Myalma moder Pennstate and he scores seven goals, which was most discouraging for me, except when Iremember Ni rememberd that that's why I havesuch a great repitation as a as an off middle school offensive coordinator Eah, and I would say that my jobactually before the game was to get into the Al Locker Room, let a bunch ofCock coaches loose le You discouragin well yeah.Unfortunately, on the way on the way the cockcroach just got lose on my car,so I never made it butanywayte job. But anyway, that was that' sort of anamusing story about boys. I guess who recently had played for played for bothschools ter sure how about how about you Mac? What about in the be oulside?You know teller, we we both want to be, you know, numberone and we both want to beat the other school and were planning each other.But I think it's important to note that you know there've been, I think,between the two Skoolls teave been twenty five Kelly award winners. You know, which is the best player inthe state of Maryland, and you know th. The award's only been given out aboutseventy five or eighty years and for the two schools to have about athird of those thase winning awards is Pretty Astoni and it starts off with aguy that I know. Charlie knows knows his son very well with the first KellyWard winner was Joe Sallars. The was a boys lot and Grad phenomenal Goali from you know, even myfather used to tell me how he remembers Joe Sylers in the go, and he was just aspectacular goalie and, of course, arly played with his son Wick at St Paul'sfor a bunch of years in some dragout games and and Charlet I'll. Let you sort of talk about it,because it's one of the Games that that bl and St Paul's people, I think hi'vebeen talking about a few years- was that seventy three game your senioryear in the mud at as Latin yea. You have many thoughts on that yeah. Istill you w. You remember certain things and two things in particular.Besides the rein in the mud, where that three guys from each teamgot kicked up for fighting, I was not one of them, but that Wa, probably the largest number of guysrooted out of the game I ever played in and the other was. I think I gave upthe winning goal. I was playing f Phil Federica, who wasa big dude and it was late in the game and I thinkthe score was tied and I came around the goal and...

...he crosse goal line extended and ourgoal is yelling me to push him out push him out Wen, quick, Om trying. I hadreally good position on him making sure you know it was ready to a drop step incase ye rolled. It me and all that kind of thing and whe's just standing therefor what seemed like thirty seconds, but I'm sure it was just a second ortwo and I had really good position and I'm putting pressure on him and heflips the ball over for his right shoulder. It goes into the upper cornof the goad. It wasyou know the Goaldie never saw it.Nobody expected it. I think yeah oe, that's totally your fault wellBius! Well, it was a great shot. It was just a great play on his part and welost the game. Niney eight. I don't remember that was whether that wasgoing evernight ar what, but it was lake te game. So I do remember that and I juess I want to go back forsecond to just to something thet Max said about about the rivalry, because I didn'twant to forget it because you know we do have an addition to the DIRRO air.Hard copwhic goes to the win winning school to keep it for the year. We alsohave the alumni cop and football which we've had since the EAL s sure and whenwe lose, which sadly has happened recently a lot. I have to present it to the boy's Latinteam, and you know I just Talkd to him for twenty seconds, but one of thethings I' always stresses that as much as we want to bet down much as we wantto beat you guys, we really treasured the rivalry and we wld have greatrespect for boys, Latin and, in fact, if pos lat, wer around, would really bemuch fucking for us. So you Kno, we always want the rivaly befierce and we wanted to be, but we wanted to be friendly, wanted to befine, which is one reason why, of course you know we, you know we keeping your out for what the you know.Kids are saying in the stands at all, because we want them, we want to teachthem be respectful. So I know that Youyeah and I definitely say that thefeeling is mutual in our end from the botof uce, who h obviously experiencedit too many of times, and you know you guys continue to totalk about. You know all these awesome players and some of these differentinsthat come down to the wire, and I feel, like you know it's. I don'tknow what what the percentage is, but at least my four years at at Bol, mythree years on the on the Varsity team. We had at least three over time gameswith you guys, if not dull over time, if I ha pipull, so I mean what are someof these overtime games or just close games in general. Where are some ofyour favorites h? Let me an Cannitr Jack real quickly, because I want totalk about a close game. I one thousand nine hundred and sixty nine well. Itwas close at half time. It was three to two sit, Paul's and end up beingseventeen to two sint Paul's and a guy...

...named Dave, Dempsey, O, I'm sureCharlie, knows scored nine goals and had to assists, and that's the mostpoints ever given up sent and even to this day by a boy's Latin team and tobring it full circle to the sort of the Brotherhood literally Poislo, an StPaul's. His brother Brend depsy is the class of seventy four PO, so Tharliettake it away with some of the closer games. I wanted to make sure Righ thewin that that crushing dedown one thousand nine hundred and sixty nine well. I know we had three gamesbrecently in a row where we lost you guys y one Goalancluti to an overtime.The one that really stands out for me is the two thousand and ten game whichis played on Friday afternoon. andlike the Games, an album moved toTuesday, but at that time it was a Friday and we got way behind our guys.Just played a really poor. First Half couldn't get any face: Offs Yeou TNER.We had a great face off Guid, but you know, I think you guys make me M headyeah. You guys say you guys Haid Canon and you know so. We have all thosepossessions that you had with him, but we were down, I think, eight, two andhalf and then boys Latin came out and made it nine to two and but then we say Toralley and I think one of our. We were down by a couple F goals and Ith one of our defensemen scroof up looseball went down and scored gotslashed of the ways we poick up a next deman genalty that EU sto Ahd your son, Ye h, a Ritchel right. We won't say WHO SLASHD IN UT Teo totol it the Jose me hty SEONDS, to go Jeff Foutn, convertedamid convert attack in Midfield E, came around the goal and score to tie thegame went to triple over time and Kevin Oneel. I think on a man upsituation, scored the sudden death winner in a tremendousgame, an of course our guys are very desponded. But I really I do think thattheyre really help motivate our kids and for what Uton bycame. You know thechampionship game against you guys, yeah, two weeks later at tousuniversity, I would have to agree n and I was actually. I was looking back at some old, someold film, of that two thousand and ten game on Lake Avenue, and not only untillike look at the field, but to look beyond the field. Anto the stands onboth sides. It was, it was probably the most packed gameI've ever played in as as a high schooler, at least. If notin college I mean there was everybody and their grandmother. was there yeahright the and to go? Was a doubleor...

...triple over time. I've been myrecollection. Is it is triple yeah, it's a good overtime. I think addedsome more suspense and you almost thought, like people, mistakes were texting, otherpeople to get to be ell to watch this game because it was such a intense andback and forth game, as you know, back and forth, starting in that that latethird, all of the fourth quarter, and into the overtimes so yeah. That wasdefinitely a very, very memorable, bull game on on both sides, but you're right,it probably did feel the fire for for your sp boys going into thatchampionship game to. I think another game that a lot O her people remember.Certainly I do as a span and the weather involvement obviously wasthe ninety two championship game where I think Fowis Ladin lost two games thatyear, both by one goal, the Samt Paul they played in the title game at UNBCand a month soon. You know it was anybody's game and went back and forthin that's the game that David pollick played against brother, and you knowthat year St Paul's was, I don't think they had national Champians back then,but if they had they would have been. It certainly would have been you know,tied with somebody who might have been the number one team out in New York orsomething, but they were arguably the best team in the country and bl losttwo games by one goal, so you know feel might have been able to say. Maybe wewere the second best team tat hear Soth. It's always good when one of the twoteams is is up there and the other team isnipfing at their heels, because it makes it better for that final game ofthe year, because you know I've watched, probably thirty of them, thirty plus inmy lifetime, probably maybe more than that- and I don't know about you- try but I'venever gone into the same pauls game. Thinking this we got this game in thefact. Never Rih, even when I think maybe we are one of the better teamsaround. I've always thought that when these two teams line up in any sport,whether it's basketball, fookball even wrestling or soccer, you just don'tknow it's like Army Navy. They line up, throw away the records, it's Goingtoheck of the game right. Well, I used to coach Middle School sports for some years. Iyou have soccer basketball, an the cross and I eiever six O seventh gradeand it was always fun when we play boys Latin to really kind of introduce themto the rivariity and explain how great it is, how long it's been going on they're now part of it, because they'regoing to be they're going to boys Latin to play, play their seven great team,Lacrosse or six retin, a basketall or whatever, and that you know youremember a lot of games you play in in high school and incollege to if you're going to play in college, which you're always going toremember boy es Latin Games and the older you get the more memorable youknow they become the more gos you...

...scored right, yeah, wor, the more youget up: Yeah R Yeah Yeah Yeah. But but anyway, that'sthat's really. You know what makes it fun. I think for the for the kids and-and it really, I think, is something that Al the Othe Thee, notan athletes, for maybe you know, look forward to as well, because you know it helps them. I thinkit reinforces the pride that they have in their school and gives them a chance to really showit by. You know payngin their faces, or you know oeror running around with pennats andflags or you know whatever. So that's really what makes it fun Yeah Wes, Iwas Goinna say the same thing like Yo. You don't even have to be playing. Maybe one of the quote. Unquote, youknow major or big nurse or more popular sports of the school to be involvedwith the Sant Paulisan Boyslatin R ivalry.You know just being a staff member of the school now andseeing it from o an adults point of view, the almost the not athletes orthe guys who aren't in the game or aren't a part of the the team that'splaying on the field they get into it even more. You know have things they have certain chance and and the way that that you know thatschool pride really really shows and lets out. I think it's it makes therivalry a hundred times better. You know I mean it's great to see to seethse guys compete on the field, and I think that makes it amazing. We have.You know that Rabens steelers type of type of rivalry, but but when it comesto to both Fan Basisis, I think it really ans up the game even more right.Of course, no, we go BAC, one thousand nine hundred andtirty three. You knowin football as well, although I think there was what maybe ten years or wesit twenty. When we didn't play, because you guys point to six man, foot yeaht,yeah, now, river e goes back and an basketball GOS to thirties as well yeah.You Know Taylor, Charlie, and I were Kiind of filling around one day andthinking out loud and we we thought how needed would be if we could ever have acomputer game of the best players at bl and you throw them into some computerwith all kinds of statsand facts and stuff and did a boyslotand versus the SNT Paul's game. And you know when I, when I think oall thegreat players Af bl had, I think, for every great player at bl. There is anopposite, but equal great player at Sant Pauls Yeah. If you threw it, ifyou threw the those two dream teams into a computer, I don't think it would be triple overtime. I think we would end in the tie. Yearight ther's just you know hementioned Billy Hooper, who might argually be one of the greatest everand.Yet you can go from billy hooper all...

...the way through to today's guys. Youknow when I think of SNT Paus guys. I thinkyou know Jeff Cook and certainly is one of is one of thegreatest aerd wickies solars. With a heck of a player. I mean the thefenchman and attapment and Mittes for both schools. It's a remarkable group of guys throughthe last jees were seventy seven years. I guess we've beenplaying each other, it's pretty cool, yeah and and, like you said too, it'slike it's like Oln wayway back the old native American Games, where they go onfor weeks months, the ATN to have that that would be a Bel same paus. You knowall time game right there. It would. It would last forever Yeah Yeah Woul, butYoure eithe Dan could win Al Righ guys. Well, you know. Is thereanything else? You guys you know have have up up and up in your heads floaingaround that you know you might want to share with everybody and know earlierwewere. Joking about you know all the quote: Unquote useless information thatwe have uv there, but ou know you guys have tons of different stories in itand I'm sure a lot of a lot of people would love to hear anything else that Youd have to sayyeah know. I feel bad because there's so many there's so many brothers andstuff that than played maybe a diff three years apart or five years apart,Orother sons, you know, I think, of Charlie mccomas and his dad and unclewere saying Paul's guys Mike macome is and miles and Mecomis, and my classmateyea yeah exactly miles was miles was one of the nicest guys I've ever knownand an Tommy pieace Hammy piace of the Bio Grad and his brother Jimmy was agreat goalie at snt Paul's Ow a couple years later I mean it just goes on andon there're. Just so many great families and and a lot of guys aregreat friends on the two schools that at just a conpn early mccomis away is,was a beal guy yeah. Exactly so, you know: Iti Rahe transferred, though yeahthat'strue to Aus raise another guy o whenever, like Avenu we're good at capitalizing. All that doeverybody, like everybody like town,we're all striving to get each other and that's another thing is like youknow we do. We do compete with each other for great kids and we competeeach other on the field, the basketball court and the wrestling match and competing against each other inthis endeavor. The LAKER prusader challenge really is just a win win forboth schools, and we just think that you know, although we are competingagainst each other, we're really in the same, we really after the same thingand that's to help each others to school ind, each other's annual fundsto make both the schools continue to...

...have both the school be very strong inthe Baldar Baltimore Community and Continuin to do wonderful things likewe have for three hundred and forty seven combine years, which is a prettyother and hey mak. If I wanted to to participate in the lake Ar Crusaderchallenge, how could I do that? It's easy to do. There's going to be a lotof information coming out. We will send you the the the links to go on to thethrough the website, and both schools will have counters and Bos. SCOOL willhave some email messages and some video messages throughout the week. MayEighteen t twenty. Second and just go on there and you know again we're looking for participation.We would love the WAI raise money as well, but the participation numbers aregreat and you know thre nd forty seven might be high number, but we think it's.We think it's a number that we should both strive for and if both soouls evencome close to those numbers, we're both winners to begin with, but will bedouble winners if we can pull that on absolutely absolutely well S. setn wellsaid macin. If I could, just before we close just Havus, make asuggestion absolutey, which is Mac. I love your idea about a sort of you knowall timed fantasy, St Pausbel Te Cross Gheme, and I think it would be an idealproject for a collaboration between Boys, Latin and sint Paul Seniors, whoare techa technically oriented. Who could come up with some sort of algorithm or software program that can actuallydo that and we coul have great fun with thatand hey'll get ithe next years take for crisaders challenge. That would begreat, I think, that's a wonderful idea and for any of you guys who warelistening, make sure to come and on all of ourdifferent social media platforms or reach out to us. The email and let usknow who you think might be a goodsuggestion for those all decade. Teams or all time will Latin in all times,snt Paul's teams too, that we would love to hear from MEM. It might be thefirst time in history that crossteing would have to have over a hundredplayers on twenty anrt. I don't know how you can get forty players on eachside and call him Na Day. We that be a real extra man, offense yeah mete we should go. Maybe we should goback to the way the NATOF Americans did it where there were thousands playingagainst each theright. There Yo go miles and miles of terrain. Well, thank you. Everyone for tuning inthank you to Charleane Mac for being on the show with us today on our episode-and you know, we can't wait for the Lakuer crisader challenge this week andthroughout the week, and we hope everybody's doing well, staying safeand and healthy, and we hope to see everybody soon. Bo Beyond H, twopodcast features the many incredible Im,...

...not in the boys Latin school. Now ourlemni going to thi some xstraordinary things in this wor in this podcast IGlikes their accomplishments. Lessons learn throughout their career and theirexperiencees a like a t to Westlike at.

In-Stream Audio Search

NEW

Search across all episodes within this podcast

Episodes (9)