Hats off to Larry

When the rains come in the spring and it’s too cool for outdoor sports, boys volleyball is a good diversion. So please take in a Lake Forest match. No, you won’t need a roster. Just look for the LF senior who can hit the ball so hard it will scare young children. I’ve told Larry Wrather in person that if he stood 6-foot-6, he would be the best player in the United States. OK, he’s not six feet yet but there is still time. Just watch him slam the ball down. It’s worth the price of admission.

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