Meeting the Challenge
Sometimes, you just can't help but miss home, especially when you're on the road in some of the coldest places throughout
the country. When you're from the Virgin Islands and prefer warm weather, it makes it that much harder to pack for highs of
15°F and lows of 5°F. Those nights when you're in the middle of a back to back and it's a split- one game in San Antonio
and another game on the cold road are really tough. It really makes you appreciate home.
This is the point in the season when everyone starts to feel a little exhausted. It's not any sort of excuse it is just one
of those things we all face at this point in the season. What makes it harder this year is that so many of us played
throughout the summer. It starts to wear on your body. We are all dedicated to breaking through it. Keep cheering for us. It
On another note, I want to thank everyone who helped us raise nearly $130,000 at this year’s Bowling For Dollar$ Charity
Bowl-a-thon that helps support needy women and men in attaining the medical attention that they need for Breast and Prostate
Cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. These funds will support individuals who don’t have insurance and who
otherwise may not be able to afford this type of medical care. We strive to find the best and most effective way to put to
use the money that the supporters have so graciously helped us to raise, so that the funds we raise go directly to the
individuals that need it! We know that what we are doing really makes a difference.
As a team we have a very tough road ahead, literally, eleven of our next fifteen games take place on the road. It's time to
step up and meet the challenge head-on. We see it as a test and are preparing well for it. Hopefully, with your support,
we'll make it a good run.
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