Last night, Nick made the big decision...which college shall he attend this fall...He chose University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW). He's heading to the beach...I'm sure he will be studying hard though! Congrats Nick!
Tori: "I love you this much...My heart is filled with love mama...My heart gets filled with food that's how its filled with love." Then we went on to discuss her stomach and then she asked where her lungs where that helped her breathe. In school, she is learning about the different parts of her body and what they do...I think she's getting a little confused. They learned that the heart pumped blood a few weeks ago.
I just love how little ones see the world and how they try to figure out things.
The Jack Britt Buccaneers improved their record to 5-2 in the Mid-South Conference last evening as they beat the Colts of Cape Fear 9-1, sweeping the season series. Last night proved to be the Buccaneers' best performance at the plate, pounding out 14 hits. Last night's top performances came from senior catcher Matt McKnight [2-3, 2B, 3B, BB, 3 RBI] and freshman infielder John Ortiz [2-3, 1B, 2B, BB, 2 RBI] For Ortiz, last night's game marked an impressive start to his varsity career since his call-up from JV last week. In his first two Varsity games, Ortiz has gone 4-for-6 with a double and 4 RBIs. Multi-hit performances were also turned in last night by sophomore Dustin Adams and seniors Benny Torres and Nick Nagowski. In a last-minute change to the line-up Nagowski made the start on the mound last evening. He threw seven innings allowing only one run on five hits and striking out twelve Colts. With last night's win, Nagowski completed an impressive individual "sweep" of Cape Fear by improving his record against the Colts this year to 2-0, allowing only seven hits in fourteen innings of work. Moreover, in his two appearances against the Colts, Nagowski struck out 26 batters. The win last night raised Nagowski's record to 4-1 and lowered his ERA to 3.08 for the season.
Nick was invited to the Terry Sanford Prom by Victoria Baskett. Victoria is a junior at Terry Sanford and a very sweet girl. She also recently won the Young Miss North Carolina Pageant. The pre-prom pictures were taken on the 18th hole of Highland Country Club.