* Isn't it a great idea of former Green Hornets' youth wrestling coaches Joe Schmitt and Walt Wise to organize a reunion of those who wrestled in the program from 1970 to 1985? For information on the mat reunion, call Schmitt at 766-3996.
* Did you know that ex-county youth and county high school (Andover and Brooklyn Park) football coach Fred Kaiss, now at Southwestern High, is the first head football coach in the Baltimore City public school system not teaching at his school?
* After his team scored only nine points in the first two games and suffered from a rash of turnovers, is Meade's rookie football coach Hayse Henderson considering scrapping the wishbone and going to something more conducive to his personnel?
Can you believe that Henderson has shaved his head along with some of the players in keeping a vow that they would if they lost their second game to Queen Anne's (12-6 in OT)? Will someone tell me what that has to do with winning or losing a football game?
* Aren't two of the highlights of the Oct. 14 Anne Arundel Community College Fighting Pioneers annual bull roast going to be the inaugural Sports Hall of Fame inductions and the women's soccer game at 11 a.m. with the Pioneers taking on defending national champion Monroe C.C.?
* Finally, isn't it a crime that Harundale Youth Baseball head Stan Twardowski would not present plaques to several 12-and-under players because they participated on an outside team that went to a national tournament, and also withheld the plaque of an 8-year-old who finished the season in Harundale but whose dad happened to be a coach on that outside team? Isn't that the All-American sportsmanship way of getting even with dad through an innocent kid?