Senior or masters basketball has become a popular sport for kids at heart, from baby boomers to those well into their 70s and 80s.
YUCAIPA – I remember as a kid rarely touching a basketball in June. Summers on a Minnesota farm were spent baling hay and cultivating about 220 acres of corn and soybeans from sun up to sun down.
For hardworking farm boys, precious free time for sports was spent in a cow pasture, or freshly baled hay field playing baseball or fast-pitch softball.
Basketball? Not even a thought. It’s a winter sport and in June there’s no snow on the ground.