|Lawson marks 25 years in softball|
|April 04, 2013 Jerry Purvis|
Courtesy Photo - Softball veteran Jamy Lawson was in Scottsbluff during the 2012 season when his friend, Jessica Wolf, umpired two junior varsity games after only three years as an umpire.
In the summer of 1989, 15-year-old Jamy Lawson got an introduction to girls’ softball – and the sport has been a part of his life since.
“I’d been playing baseball most of my life, but that year my father, Jim Lawson, asked me if I’d like to help coach my sister’s team,” Lawson said. “We didn’t win many games those first few years, but one of the coaches told me to hang in there. By the third year, we reached the championship game ...
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