North baseball

north ballCole Carter of Edmond North recorded a loss for the Huskies, after throwing five innings, The Huskies committed four errors and picked up just five hits, as they fell to Enid 4-0.

I had a trip up to Stillwater today to learn a new program that the O’Colly is going to be using to sell its photos. Who cares about that though, what I was excited about was getting to talk to our new adviser, Barbara Allen.

Bob – as she is known by friends – is the greatest thing to happen to the O’Colly since Gutenberg invented the printing press. We are extremely lucky to have. Even more so, we somehow managed to get a new business manager by the name of Ray Catalino. He is so helpful to students and brings more knowledge than we know what to do with. I can’t fully express my gratitude to them for how much they have already done despite them yet having been here a full semester together.

To say that I am excited for the fall would be an understatement.

After I got back from Stillwater, I showered, changed into some slacks and got to work. I started out with a Yard of the Week winner portrait – if you don’t know, don’t ask. Blah.

Then I went running around to the three Edmond high schools trying to figure out where and when the games were being played. Apparently summer baseball isn’t well organized.

The great thing about shooting high school sports is that there are almost no restrictions on where you can shoot. Coaches literally asked me if I was crazy after I shot from directly behind the catcher. After I got tired of shooting the action, I hung out in the dugout with my (semi) wide-angle. I took some artsy fartsy shots and some good player interaction shots. It was a lot of fun shooting in such a relaxed environment.

Top day for sure.

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north ballCole Carter of Edmond North recorded a loss for the Huskies, after throwing five innings, The Huskies committed four errors and picked up just five hits, as they fell to Enid 4-0.

I had a trip up to Stillwater today to learn a new program that the O’Colly is going to be using to sell its photos. Who cares about that though, what I was excited about was getting to talk to our new adviser, Barbara Allen.

Bob – as she is known by friends – is the greatest thing to happen to the O’Colly since Gutenberg invented the printing press. We are extremely lucky to have. Even more so, we somehow managed to get a new business manager by the name of Ray Catalino. He is so helpful to students and brings more knowledge than we know what to do with. I can’t fully express my gratitude to them for how much they have already done despite them yet having been here a full semester together.

To say that I am excited for the fall would be an understatement.

After I got back from Stillwater, I showered, changed into some slacks and got to work. I started out with a Yard of the Week winner portrait – if you don’t know, don’t ask. Blah.

Then I went running around to the three Edmond high schools trying to figure out where and when the games were being played. Apparently summer baseball isn’t well organized.

The great thing about shooting high school sports is that there are almost no restrictions on where you can shoot. Coaches literally asked me if I was crazy after I shot from directly behind the catcher. After I got tired of shooting the action, I hung out in the dugout with my (semi) wide-angle. I took some artsy fartsy shots and some good player interaction shots. It was a lot of fun shooting in such a relaxed environment.

Top day for sure.

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