Nonspecific Multisport Support

Posted by on April 22, 2010 at 9:05 pm :: No Comments

I would much rather play a sport than watch one; I’m not really a sidelines kind of girl. However, Jason and I still have a lot of fun going to sporting events especially if we are accompanied by some of our nutty friends who unfailingly provide extra sources of entertainment. Over the last couple of weeks we have attended the season opener for the Real Salt Lake and a playoff game for the Utah Grizzlies. Both games were pretty dang sweet. The Real made a thrilling goal in the very last seconds of their game tying up the score 2 to 2 and the Grizzlies wasted the Las Vegas Wranglers 5 to 1.

Our friends, Aaron and Wendy, came with us to the Real game. It was their first time attending a professional soccer match.

Our friends, Aaron and Wendy, came with us to the Real game. It was their first time attending a professional soccer match.

We had a great time watching both games and hanging out with our fellow sports enthusiasts. We’ve already got plans in the works of attending a few more Real games this summer and would love to have as many of you, or crazy compadres, with us as possible. If you would like your name to be included on the list of game goers we are now compiling let me know.

A lot of fans brought raw fish to the hockey game to feed the Grizzlies. They tossed it onto the ice when the Grizzles scored their first goal. Fish was flying throuhg the air

A lot of fans brought raw fish to the hockey game to feed the Grizzlies. They tossed it onto the ice when the Grizzles scored their first goal. Fish was flying through the air everywhere - it was a little crazy.

The Rowleys came to the Grizzlies game with us. Silas caught one of those flying shirts during the game and he was s o excited to wear his prize that he had to put it on

The Rowleys came to the Grizzlies game with us. Silas caught a catapulted shirt during the event and he was so excited to wear his prize that he had to put it on immediately even though it completely drowned him. I guess a love of free t-shirts runs in the family.

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