jk, we haven’t trademarked Hawks Talk and we don’t have our own studios. But Jason Szafarski DID talk to the Valley News‘ own Josh Weinreb and ESPN radio’s Brett Franklin yesterday! Follow the whole Nighthawks season at www.vnews.com/nighthawks.
At last, summer is here in all its glory. Rejoice! We have survived the long winter and barely-there spring.
Today marks the first official day of summer, which means it’s a great day to treat yo’self to an ice cream cone (from Dairy Twirl, Ice Cream Fore-U, 2 Guys Pies, Dan & Whit’s, or, most recently, The Baited Hook Restaurant), sit outside and enjoy the beautiful sunshine, or take in a Nighthawks game (they’re hosting the Keene Swampbats at 6:30 p.m. Educators get in free tonight with a valid ID and, oh, there will be FREE COOKIES)!
^ TBT, amirite?!
Headed to North Adams for game #1 and win #1 😉 pic.twitter.com/fNVhyrbkCm
— UV Nighthawks (@uvnighthawks) June 7, 2018
It’s that time of year again! The Upper Valley Nighthawks, now in their third season in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, open their 2018 campaign at 6:30 tonight against the North Adams SteepleCats in North Adams, Mass.
The season originally was set to begin on Tuesday in South Kingston, R.I., against the Ocean State Waves, but that game was postponed due to inclement weather. They will play their second road game of the year at 6:30 p.m. on Friday against the Keene Swamp Bats.
The Nighthawks’ home opener is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Maxfield Sports Complex in White River Junction, when they will take on the Winnipesaukee Muskrats.
Valley News sports reporter Josh Weinreb has all you need to know on the Nighthawks’ season: Player details, coaches, team goals, all that jazz. Read his season preview here, and follow along with all of the Valley News‘ Nighthawks coverage here.
I mean I guess you could probably find an organization where you could host a bird, too. But that’s not what this post is about.
— Josh Weinreb (@JoshWeinreb) February 7, 2018