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Prep football writer Jeff Dahn and Gazette Preps Sports Coordinator Jeff Linder will share their thoughts on various prep sports topics of interest.

Readers and viewers are encouraged to participate by submitting questions for our panels to discuss.

Stories of tournaments past and anecdotes (some embarrassing, some funny) were shared.

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Families will be able to take a vacation together, not having to worry about whether the softball team’s regional quarterfinal upset or trip to state interferes with the already scheduled excursion.

Players will have time for fun, recuperation or just plain relaxation. Someone tell me how forty games isn’t enough for a full season and how teams 45 or 50 games.

We will have a segment for Q & A from readers/viewers.

If your question is chosen, you are eligible to win a free used T-Shirt from my wardrobe. Keep an eye out for these webcasts and start thinking of those questions for Mike, Marc, Jeff and Jeff.

We’re planning on extending this through the winter seasons for basketball and wrestling on both the prep and college level. Filed under: Baseball, Hodge Podge, Pigskin Potluck, Softball, Swimming, Wrestling | Leave a comment » At one time, the summer rec sports landscape in Cedar Rapids was ruled by two games: Major Open Fast Pitch and 16-inch slow pitch.

Fast pitch in Cedar Rapids is an afterthought and the popularity of the 16-inch game has waned.

They’ll start with college football, but there’s a likelihood the discussion ends with a debate whether the Russian Chris and Paulie Walnuts lost track of in the woods will return for”The Sopranos” movie.

The plan is to produce a weekly prep webcast as well.

I just participated in the 16-inch district tournament at the Kirkwood Softball Complex. I remember my dad playing in a church league and heard of the teams he played and coached, but mainly remember tagging along with my brother to his games when I was younger.

He actually got me started in the game, placing me on the Hupp Sharks team after my senior baseball season was over in 1993. Defending state champion CJ’s, whose sponsor Connie Vazquez lost the bar located Czech Village and her home to the terrible Cedar Rapids flooding, won its fifth-straight title.

When I started a team would have to win two games to reach one of the three state tournaments.

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