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Wednesday, October 7, 2009 SPORTS www.arlingtontimes.com The Arlington Times o:o 7 by Travis Sherer Spots Repo~er I didn't even make it through one game before it happened. How quickly I for- got! Having taken a one- year hiatus from cover- ing high school sports, I knew there would be a few tricks of the trade that would present themselves again after realizing I just made my job harder than it had to be. But overall I wouldn't forget much. I was under the impres- sion that being forced to look at myself in the mirror every day pro- vided me with a daily reminder of how young I look and I am -- I sup- pose I was just hoping OCT. 7 THROUGH OCT. 14 FOOTBALL VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL CROSS COUNTRY GIRL! SOCCER BOYS TENNIS BOYS TENNIS GIRLS SWIM & DIVE Do you sense something missing in your life? Our speakers teach you howto fill that void with love, joy, and peace through Jesus Christ.Do you wonder about the future? 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And after one year, there are two things that I learned about sportswriters. The first being that each one is weird. They are their own people that don't like to be prodded. IfJyou prove to them that you will continue to prod until you're acknowledged, however, they will do whatever you ask right away. And the second thing is that we are babies. With the excep- tion of a few such local writers, most will com- plain about not getting free dinner and half of their stories written for them. So not only did I have to babysit the writers, but I babysat players during inter- views, where I would say the same sentence numerous times: "You know, you don't have to answer every ques- tion." That was my job, and it was a pretty good one. It was so good, in fact, that I almost for- got about my days with The Lynden Tribune and all of the state championships I cov- ered, along with fuel- ing the rivalries and telling local stories. 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