My fellow Seinfeld fans will appreciate the reference to the episode where Jerry continually loses things and then gains things back again. This is how I felt today at the Rochester Hills City Championships. No matter how hard I fight to break away from the crutches of mediocrity, it pulled me back in, but then I was reminded that it wasn’t that bad.
The story of the 2010 Rochester Hills Michigan City Championship begins on Friday afternoon. I got back from my jog and fired up the computer. I got a message from Derek, our tournament organizer, saying that he expects a record draw to the next cities and reccomends that we all show up early. I decided to pass that info on to my buddy Jona, and hope to make it there when registration starts, at 11. I end up making it by 11:10, the parking lot was full, but I was able to register. At about 11:20, they begin turning people away, because the fire code only lets 70 people in the building. This left several players, including last years state champion, away from the tournament. When I saw this I thought I might have a better shot …Continue reading "Like Jerry Seinfeld, Pikkdogs is Even Steven, Rochester Hills Cities Report"