This Week in Milford

January 7, 2022

Oh get over it already

The girls lose to Tennessee-Chittenango but their sneakers have great treads on them!

Instead of the Bucket its pizza night for Hollis and Cathy as they order in. I usually pick up my pizza as it saves money on tips plus I like driving. Kinda odd to do this after a game at night unless these 2 live very close to each other. (walking distance) No idea why they cant sit at a table and eat unless theyre watching TV; they appear to be staring at the pizza box. Its also odd-looking pizza (white and tiny pieces). At any rate, we’ll see what develops, but being captain-ish means addressing the whole team in the locker room, not waiting til your bestie is with you in your house. Again, 1 loss and there’s panic in the streets. Normal girls would be so over it by the 3rd bite of pizza. Not this crew. And we’re stuck with them.





  1. But it’s TWO losses, they’re now 1-2! Panic time!!! Of course, these were all non-conference games so they really mean nothing other than getting ready for the games that count towards making the playdowns. Plus. I assume Mimi (assuming she attended the game) told them all they played great again, so no need to put forth any effort to improve.

    Comment by MopMan — January 7, 2022 @ 6:22 pm

  2. Yeah… captain-ish… you are definitely correct in your assessment that most HS girls couldn’t GAF any more than they already don’t about who’s the team captain. I know that back when my daughter played HS sports, most girls didn’t care about such nonsense and even insinuated that one of the captains was only the captain because her and her dad were up the head coach’s ass, not because of so-called leadership or playing ability. And isn’t it Mimi’s job to figure out how to fix these problems rather than Beetle Bailey here?

    Comment by franku2016 — January 7, 2022 @ 6:25 pm

  3. Nice to see Whigrub return to central NY. A few years ago Gil’s baseball team played several schools in the Binghamton vicinity, including Seton Catholic Central, and another year, greater Syracuse, including Nottingham and Christian Brothers. And of course Mimi arranged for Mfnrd’s favorite player to go to Onondaga CC then on to LeMoyne. Chittenango is a rural central school with about 600 kids, but their athletic department punches well above its weight. One year when the soccer team I assisted with won the state championship, we scrimmaged Chittenango in the preseason. Despite being two classes smaller, they gave us one of the toughest games of that season. We went through a lot of ice and Gatorade.

    Comment by vaganova — January 8, 2022 @ 8:34 am

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