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Discussion: SCOT TAITS

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April 6, 2009
BONES
Men's 60
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SCOT TAITS
I'am concerned about a friend and a senior softball player. We all know Scot Taits from the message board and his many posts. I haven't been able to contact him in any way and i'am concerned if scotty is all Right. I usaully hear from him a few times a week and see his posts on this message board. I dont have his phone number and he doesnt anwser my E-Mails. If any of his freinds or teamates know what is going on with scot i would appericate just knowing he is ok-------thanks
Sonny Beavers/#16 Marauders/boogiebones2@aol.com
April 6, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
Sonny,
I'm still kickin.
I tried to call twice...only got mossage thing. Left you a long email.
Thanks for the concern, my friend.


April 6, 2009
softballer
Men's 55
560 posts
He was getting beat up on in elk grove ,ca this weekend! good see you out there
Monta
April 8, 2009
BONES
Men's 60
93 posts
Thanks Scot----see what happens when u stop yappen---lol----got your E-mail also. Glad everything is all good. I wont forget the guy who started me in senior ball---Been having a blast ever since that first tournament in brentwood. Never have played in a tournament with that much wind since then. See you soon somewhere. stay health
SB
April 8, 2009
BONES
Men's 60
93 posts
thanks softballer for post---tc
SB
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