It’s been 50 years since the Bryan Adams Class of 1962-63 competed on the courts, fields and diamonds of Dallas. They fared pretty well, too, winning the city championship in baseball and being co-champions in football. In commemoration I was asked to come up with a “collage” depicting some of the Cougar sports. One of […]
The announcement of the return of the Dallas Sidekicks and local sports icon Tatu as its co-owner and general manager reminded me of a drawing I did of Antonio Carlos Pecorari several years ago. It was done for a fund-raiser but the event fizzled out and I’ve still got the drawing. It now has Tatu’s […]
Sportscasters say a lot of silly things. Anything is better than “dead air.”
Referees hear this protest a lot. And, while true, getting the ball first doesn’t keep it from being a foul. I actually did a cartoon about this before (http://sircolby.com/cartoons/i-got-the-ball) but recently I came across a sketch I had done and decided I liked it and even though it might be repetitive I’d draw it anyway. […]
One of the more important duties that come with being a youth coach is acting as an on-the-spot medic for all the afflictions, real and imagined, that crop up during the course of the big game. This drawing comes from a photo I took during one of the soccer tournaments I used to administer. (I […]
Dorothy, you’re not in Canton anymore.
OK, admit it. This hasn’t really happened. But every player, coach and fan in just about any sport has on occasion felt this way.