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Forrest delivers final farewell to M’burg seniors

Mechanicsburg seniors Jacob Bowers, David Harvey, Wade Smiddy and Bobby Welch walk onto the field arm-in-arm Saturday for the regional final game against Marion Local at Bellefontaine. Mechanicsburg lost the game 9-7, but M’burg Coach Kurt Forrest was adamant that his team played its best. “The only thing I’m disappointed in is I don’t get two more weeks with these young men. I couldn’t be prouder of them,” Forrest said.

Mechanicsburg seniors Jacob Bowers, David Harvey, Wade Smiddy and Bobby Welch walk onto the field arm-in-arm Saturday for the regional final game against Marion Local at Bellefontaine. Mechanicsburg lost the game 9-7, but M’burg Coach Kurt Forrest was adamant that his team played its best. “The only thing I’m disappointed in is I don’t get two more weeks with these young men. I couldn’t be prouder of them,” Forrest said.


Mechanicsburg seniors Jacob Bowers, David Harvey, Wade Smiddy and Bobby Welch walk onto the field arm-in-arm Saturday for the regional final game against Marion Local at Bellefontaine. Mechanicsburg lost the game 9-7, but M’burg Coach Kurt Forrest was adamant that his team played its best. “The only thing I’m disappointed in is I don’t get two more weeks with these young men. I couldn’t be prouder of them,” Forrest said.

Mechanicsburg seniors Jacob Bowers, David Harvey, Wade Smiddy and Bobby Welch walk onto the field arm-in-arm Saturday for the regional final game against Marion Local at Bellefontaine. Mechanicsburg lost the game 9-7, but M’burg Coach Kurt Forrest was adamant that his team played its best. “The only thing I’m disappointed in is I don’t get two more weeks with these young men. I couldn’t be prouder of them,” Forrest said.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/11/web1_Love112115.jpgMechanicsburg seniors Jacob Bowers, David Harvey, Wade Smiddy and Bobby Welch walk onto the field arm-in-arm Saturday for the regional final game against Marion Local at Bellefontaine. Mechanicsburg lost the game 9-7, but M’burg Coach Kurt Forrest was adamant that his team played its best. “The only thing I’m disappointed in is I don’t get two more weeks with these young men. I couldn’t be prouder of them,” Forrest said.
Forrest delivers final farewell to M’burg seniors