By R.L. McCray

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It must have been quite a thrill for Corry grad Scottie Frisina to be working at Sunday’s Super Bowl in Miami. I’m told it was a dream come true for the former Beaver all-star quarterback.

There’s a soup & salad fundraiser at the high school on Thursday hosted by Corry Intermediate Drama Club from 5-7 p.m.

The CAHS cheerleaders are holding a breakfast buffet this Sunday from 8-11 a.m. at the Corry VFW.

While at the district wrestling team duals in Sharon on Saturday, I noticed gas was $2.39 down there. And taking a slight detour in Cambridge Springs, we passed Lost Lanes & Found Lounge that used to be owned by Al Dunnewold (Moose's dad) who also owned the Bowl-Aire Lanes.

The Tim Edwards Memorial Kids Wrestling Tournament is this Saturday at the high school with the Curt Bailey Novice Tournament set for Sunday.

Jen Almeda and ex-Corry great running back Larry Johnson are proclaiming: How about them Chiefs?

Glad that Journal motor carrier Ryan Hannon is back making his rounds.

Great to see a couple ex-classmates Dale and Sandy Carnegie. They stopped by The Journal after having breakfast with the 1969ers. They are setting up an event for Dale’s dad, former police chief Frank Carnegie, who will turn 100 years young in May.

Belated birthday wishes to my cousin, Sharon (McCray) Erb. Also with a Monday birthday was Chris McCray, Rod's wife. Ron (Smith) Reiff celebrates today.

Mailman Michael “Scooby-Doo” Powles turns 52 this Saturday.

Special thanks to Mike Munsee for sending me the box score after every Corry wrestling match. And Kudos to coach Mark Munsee for recognizing the great fan support and asking them to all join the team for a group photo.

At Monday’s orange-out wrestling match, Brad Allen was spotted wearing his “Tumbling Tigers” gymnastics shirt. “It’s the only orange I have,” he claimed.

Sympathy to the family and friends of Chris “CC Rider” Christensen. He was one of the best basketball players I ever covered.

Mercena Shannon recently emailed me a photo of a bald eagle.

Hard to believe that Lee "Chip" Williams turned 72 years young yesterday. He remains D-10's premier volleyball official.

Want to vote for Corry’s athletic hall of fame? If so, the ballot is on page 7 of today’s Journal.

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