Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Picture by Jason Malmont/The Sentinel,Carlisle PA.
As the final whistle blew Carlisle’s Justin Beachy's hands rocketed skyward as he let out a guttural roar. It was all you needed to see to know the Thundering Herd put together its best performance of the season against the undefeated, Commonwealth Division leading, and arch rival Cumberland Valley Eagles. Beachy finished the match with 50 digs. Carlisle head coach Mike Beachy said Tuesday marked a monumental moment in the volleyball program’s history. It validated his squads 6-1 record coming in. It was also a testimate to the Herd’s attention to detail. “This is a big win for our program,” said Mike Beachy. “To play with a team that’s that awesome, an undefeated team ranked sixth in the state and to play well against them speaks well of our players.Click to read the complete story by Sam Butler, April 16, 2008
Posted by Watchman at 7:59 PM
Labels: West Coast Fishing
Stephanie is a hostess at West Coast Fishing Club. It is located on a small island off the north end of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia Canada. She caught this 25 pound Chinook Salmon while fishing off shore. The Chinook Salmon is known by different names in various locations, such as King Salmon in Alaska, Springs, or Tyee in BC. Regardless of the name they are a prize fish, some weighing fifty pounds or more. Click to see pictures and read more about Salmon fishing with West Coast Fishing club.
Posted by Watchman at 10:49 AM