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Spring sports

Spring sports at area high schools and colleges have been put on hold due to concerns over the cornovirus. 

LCRD 17U stars

 The Liberty County Recreation Department 17U boys’ basketball All Star team didn’t have a photo, but a roster was provided. Players were Donovan Beale, Davavion Evans, Jaylon Frazier, Shaun Gumatatotao, Devine Hicks, Corey Jenkins, Reheim Robertson, Jaylon Sanders, Thomas Walthour and Malik Watson. 

The coach was Cedrick Robertson.

HOF online

The National Pastime has long served as a communal support system during times of crisis.

Now, as the world practices safe procedures in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s unparalleled collection of documents, oral histories and video – along with the Museum’s award-winning educational curriculum – serve as a resource to millions around the globe.

While the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown is closed to the public during this emergency, fans of all ages can learn the game’s history, its place in global culture and experience the Museum.

Online offerings include:

• The Museum’s Digital Collection at, which features historic photographs, scouting reports, audio oral histories and artifact images from the Museum’s vast collection

• Free downloadable educational curriculum which cover 15 different topics ranging from mathematics to character development and are tailored to three different school levels from elementary to high school

• Historic and current videos at the Hall of Fame’s YouTube Channel, featuring Hall of Famer biographies, in-depth interviews and highlights of past Hall of Fame Weekends

• Online exhibits that provide a virtual tour of the Museum, as well as through Google Arts & Culture

Visit, or follow the National Baseball Hall of Fame on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is an independent not-for-profit educational institution, dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections for a global audience as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our National Pastime. Opening its doors for the first time on June 12, 1939, the Hall of Fame has stood as the definitive repository of the game’s treasures and as a symbol of the most profound individual honor bestowed on an athlete. 

It is every fan’s spiritual home, with its stories, legends and magic shared from generation to generation. 

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