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I once heard a sports photographer say “no eyes, no ball, no shot”, meaning you have a throw-away photo if you don’t include the ball and the athlete’s eyes in the photo. While that isn’t always the case, it frequently is. Chopping feet off isn’t always as big a deal, but I still try to avoid it in many cases. To that end, today’s photos have recently been published on souraiders.com with missing balls or feet so I present them here in their original entirety.
Some of you may have found your way here through the link on souraiders.com. I have had several people email me asking questions about buying prints or about finding all of my photos for a certain sport.
The photos I post here are a small fraction of the photos I actually have. If you would like to print any of the photos on this blog, you are welcome to do so at no charge. Be sure to click on the photo to get to the higher resolution size which will print with more quality. If you want to use them on the web (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), you are welcome to do so if you link back to traveljapanblog.com/ashland in the description of the photo. If you are using the photo in a newspaper or magazine, credit “Al Case, Ashland Daily Photo”.
If you would like me to search through all of my photos and send you photos of the particular athlete you are looking for I charge a reasonable fee for the time it takes me to find all of those photos and to process them for you. I do not normally sell prints. I email you the high quality electronic files in .jpg format, and you can do the printing and framing yourself through a local or online service. My email is on this page or you can comment (leave a reply) to a blog entry to communicate.
To find all of my photos for a particular sport, use the following links. Click on “Older Entries” near the bottom-left of each page to view more photos.
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Winning games on the road, no matter how good you are, is never easy. However, the Raiders beat OIT this past Tuesday night in Klamath Falls after going down 2 games to 1. Full details here.
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The Raiders dropped into a 4th place tie in the NAIA football coaches’ poll released today. Who plays who (or where) doesn’t seem to be taken into consideration. Beat College of Idaho on the road? Doesn’t matter. That’s why the coaches’ poll looks nothing like the computer rankings which have five Frontier Conference football teams in the top eight positions.
The new #1 (according to the coaches), Morningside, will likely lose to a D3 opponent this weekend so look for the Raiders to move up next week regardless of how many more points than Montana State Northern they score.
The game of the week this weekend will be Carroll at Montana Western. The coaches have dubbed it #6 at #16, but Massey more correctly puts it at #2 at #3. Should be a good game.
Last weekend’s loss at Carroll hurt, but it will mean little if the Raiders beat Eastern this weekend and Carroll in October in Ashland. It’s better to win your last game than your first.
Take last season for example. Carroll and SOU split the regular season series (and neither team had lost to any other team at the time), but Carroll was ranked four spots ahead of SOU after winning the game over SOU later in the season.
Tickets to this Saturday’s game in Ashland can be purchased here.
I slapped my Raiders Gameday! magnet on this truck before the Ashland 4th of July Parade a couple months ago and haven’t seen it since. I hope it is put to good use. I could use it today, actually, at the tailgate in Helena. Or maybe a Carroll fan would steal it here in Montana. In any event, you want to watch today’s game. You can watch it for free at noon PT here.