You go to games to hoot, holler and root for the team your son is on, so while you are there, why not cover and film the game for the folks back in your hometown that did not make the road trip? Following Maine high school hockey and basketball in the dead of winter is fun! Making every player feel like a hero, that their home town is proud of them and seeing them work together like a team is one of life's biggest thrills. You know the lessons, win or lose, that these high school kids learn about the game, about playing together as a team will stay with them for life. The effort they put into the game to play with all their might, seeing the coaches and the drama in the stands and on the bench and getting a hot dog in between periods and being excited about the game. High school sports is a big deal in the winter in Maine when your home town is center ice with a little black circle or center court with an orange ball. Anyone else use the camera skills they sharpen on the job to help promote their team and indirectly put their home town on the map? Visit the Houlton Hodgdon Blackhawks website. Take a peek at the You Tube action when the Blackhawks beat the Winslow Black Raiders that were on the top of the league standings and worth a slug of points as the tournament berths are being decided for the playoffs just around the corner! The Blackhawks won two road trip games this weekend, one against the Camden Maine Windjammers (Whoooooo) and this game worth lots of points against the Winslow Black Raiders on their home ice.