A run or an out? The decision was close and many felt a wrong call by the ump cost Floyd a run.

Had hoped to get in some bike riding on this warm Sunday but pending issues on my political news site and work to retrieve some videos for possible use by Heartland kept me in front of computer and video screens for much of the day.

Might get some riding in Monday.

Upcoming week includes first meeting of March Tuesday for Supervisors in Floyd County plus a long docket of closed-door matters for drug court and then three drug trials that might not even start until later in the day.  With luck, plea bargains could shorten the cases.

Need sports to watch?  Spring sports have arrived.

Our high school’s varsity Lady Buffaloes softball team plays Patrick County in a match scheduled to start at 5 p.m. at home Tuesday.

Thursday’s schedule brings middle school games to Floyd’s recreational park for baseball and softball contests against Grayson County at 4:40 p.m. at the game’s specific fields and JV softball at the FCHS softball park.

Varsity baseballers face Pulaski County at FCHS at 5 p.m. Friday  along with a JV softball match at the same time.

Because of work still needed to complete rebuilding of the high school’s tennis court, matches in that sport will be away for the early part of the season.  Girls varsity tennis plays Patrick County just outside of Stuart Monday at 4:30 p.m. Monday and Christiansburg at Auburn High School in Riner, also at 4:30 p.m.

Spring sports are with us.

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