Join Dave and Nate as they discuss the book “The Last Great Game: Duke vs. Kentucky and the 2.1 Seconds That Changed Basketball Forever”.
Join Nate as he looks at some of the most significant moments that have happened in the history of sports.
The library has all of your fantasy football needs covered for the upcoming season with a Fantasy Football Strategies program presented by WIBW’s Terry Blount and Jake Lebahn, as well as our own fantasy league we want you to join!
It was September 5, 1972. With my apologies to Don McLean this was the day the music died. With the Summer Olympic games only days away, my mind drifts back to the games of the Olympics held in 1972. Those days are fixed in my mind. I was a high school senior back then. Like most [...]
Join Nate as he gives you his list of the most dominating individual performances the sports world has ever seen.
Put your sports knowledge on display at the library’s sports trivia competition!
by Megan Johnson & Kelli Smith Let’s face it…it’s hard for MLS soccer teams to compete in the U.S. professional sports market. It almost always ranks well below the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and even NASCAR in terms of popularity and merchandising numbers. But what most MLS teams don’t lack in, including our very own [...]
Usually when I write on the Sports Blog it is about a game, a team, or a book I have read. This time I want to do something a little different. It’s about getting out and enjoying playing a sport. Its summer time and and you need to get outside and play. Thanks to the abundance [...]
If you think you know your baseball trivia, then “Step Up to the Plate” this summer!
Ever have the urge to tour all of the Major League Baseball Stadiums? “The Ultimate Baseball Road Trip” is your guide!
As someone who has probably read over 500 books on baseball over my lifetime it is a difficult task to pick my all-time favorites. My starting lineup if you will. Over the past several years there have been some wonderful books written and available for you at TSCPL. For example—Clemente by David Maraniss; The Last [...]