This massive backyard ice rink has it all -- even a scoreboard, flood lights and a warming tent
The backyard rink of the Antrobius family in Livonia, Michigan. Ever since purchasing a home with a big backyard in Livonia, Michigan about 10 years ago, Antrobius and his family, for eight of those years, have built a backyard ice skating or hockey rink. )”In addition to an 80-foot-long by 40-foot-wide ice surface, the rink also has boards, chicken wire to prevent pucks from going into neighbor’s yards, flood lights, a scoreboard, a warming tent and a locker room. The backyard rink of the Antrobius family in Livonia, Michigan. For a tutorial on how to build a backyard rink, or just if you’re curious to see how it all works, click or tap here.
Whats Up South Texas!: Visually impaired kid inspires others to play blind hockey
San Antonio A San Antonio boy who is a partially blind ice hockey player is encouraging visually impaired kids to look into playing blind hockey. It is what makes Hudson, Hudson. Blind hockey is a sport where blind people come together and play the sport, Hudson said. Junior Rampage is way faster but blind hockey, Hudson said. If you would like to learn more about how you can get involved with blind hockey, you can visit usahockey.com for more information.
Bubble-free life means MLB players, coaches must be careful
PHOENIX Baseball's bubble-free environment is an anomaly as the sports world tries to come back amid the coronavirus pandemic. Arizona Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen said he'll be constantly reminding everyone in his organization about the delicacy of the current situation. The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social, Woodward said. The first step toward a successful season is getting all the players to their home cities. Chicago White Sox GM Rick Hahn said his team's travel department has a busy week ahead, but that they've been planning on this scenario for quite a while.
Behind-the-scenes workout with the San Antonio Rampage
Jessica covers high school, college and professional sports in the San Antonio area. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved. San Antonio – Rampage Strength and Conditioning Coach, Abe Edson, and training camp roster center, Robby Jackson, demonstrated common exercises for off-ice training. If you need help with the Public File, call 210-351-1241.
Rampage end home stand with third straight loss
SAN ANTONIO – Two weeks ago, the Rampage looked like they had hit their stride. After two tough losses to the Milwaukee Admirals over the weekend, San Antonio dropped the final game of their four-game home stand to the Colorado Eagles, 3-1. It’s the team’s third straight loss, their longest skid of the young season. Erik Condra doubled the lead in the second period with a close-range shot under Wilcox’s pad. “It ended up costing us.”The loss drops the Rampage to 6-4-4 overall this season, 0-5-0 all time against Colorado.