Sunday’s Roundups

After he dusted the competition in the 300 hurdles at the District One meet, Garnet Valley All-Delco Wellington Zaza was able to go rest under the "Eric Futch Memorial Tent", which stands in the back of this picture. TIMES STAFF/ERIC HARTLINE

After he dusted the competition in the 300 hurdles at the District One meet, Garnet Valley All-Delco Wellington Zaza was able to go rest under the “Eric Futch Memorial Tent”, which stands in the back of this picture.
TIMES STAFF/ERIC HARTLINE

As you may have heard once or twice last spring, Penn Wood Co-Daily Times Track Athlete of the Year Eric Futch nearly had his career end at the 2012 District One championships. One year later, he’s left a legacy that’s more than just his on-track exploits. Radnor baseball is no longer the new kid on the block in District One baseball. The Red Raiders are planning on sticking around for a while.

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