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Congratulations on such an outstanding career! You never forget these moments, or the people with whom you were lucky to share them. But he also never thought, or hoped, it ever would end. On to the next chapter. On the desk, before or after work. You are commenting using your Twitter account. He might have been a young guy starting out, but I was a slightly younger and slightly newer guy at a different paper. Coming back the next day to do it all again. Wishing you the best. I forever will be grateful to former sports editors Mark Torpey and Hank Hryniewicz, who took a chance on that UMass grad from central Mass. Great piece — but so sorry to see it all come to an end. Jim Clark is one of the good ones. What many might not know is that covering hockey, or high school sports in general, has not been my full-time role for more than a decade. But they are just as talented, knowledgeable, devoted to the craft. The four of us stuck together through thick and thin for much of the last two decades — three buildings, four editors, five desk locations since last March, countless memories. Probably more. It was a joy down the road to work for him as a HS freelancer. A lot of daily editions, even more deadlines. Create your website at WordPress. That story is yet to be written — beyond some ideas, conversations, notes on a pad. As the days went on, I still thought about what might lie ahead, but just as much about the past. Best of luck. He always was willing to lend a helping hand or to talk shop. Here, a cast of Herald sports veterans toast the final night of the Harrison Avenue building. View more posts. Going to Fenway, Gillette, the Garden. Thanks also to Joe Thomas, Mark J. Skip to content The date was Aug. Good luck and good health to you, Clarky. Notify me of new posts via email. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} So many I have met along the way — athletes, coaches, administrators, fans. Al T Like Like. Thank you for putting up with my craziness. The stories from that night — most of them behind the scenes — I could be telling with pride and laughter for another 21 years. I had so much fun working with you and the rest of the crew. Many have become lifelong friends. But also the other talented individuals I had the pleasure of working alongside each and every night. Also, to hang out in press boxes. Another door, a bigger and better door, will open for you. On that first day, he never could have predicted he would be at the Herald for more than 21 years. I always will be a Herald reader, but will be a better person for getting to know the people behind the names. Like this: Like Loading Published by Jim Clark High school hockey writer for the Boston Herald from to ; have covered the high school hockey scene and other sports throughout Massachusetts for three decades. Post to Cancel. And you want to talk about wonderful people? Equally as many thrills. Thank you for being the best co-workers, and even better friends. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Notify me of new comments via email. Also a longtime "ink-stained" newspaper editor. Thanks for your passion, dedication and commitment it showed in your body of work! You are commenting using your Google account. Equally talented, just as wonderful as people. Best of luck! Hey Clarky! Countless terrific stories — and not just the ones that made it into layout space or cyberspace. And, more importantly, rubbing elbows with the same great people of the Herald desk on a nightly basis. Stephanie Tunnera paved the way before I took over as the schools editor. High school sports might not get the respect they deserve in such a pro sports-crazed city, but I am happy the Herald always has believed in them and devoted the resources to them. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The date was Aug. Dean and Karen Parsons. As with any workplace, the names and faces changed over the years. Already nearly a decade into a career in journalism — more specifically, newspapers — working for a large daily in such a sports-crazed city as Boston was a dream come true. Thanks for reading! My role might have changed a bit for a while, but I still was getting the same thrills of seeing the final product. With the caveat and blessing from my bosses that I be able to continue to cover high school hockey on a freelance basis, I made the difficult decision to return to the sports copy desk in the fall of But in reality, I never really left. Finally, our smaller Braintree crew from the last several months. Being in charge of the schools desk for six years, and in subsequent time since directing our hockey coverage, allowed me to work with a lot of up-and-coming talents who helped tell so many great stories. Best of luck to you Jim. Email required Address never made public. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Saturday — Oct. And hockey. Like Like. Different stories, but the same wonderful people, the same tasks, the same thrill. Currently an unrestricted free agent. Name required. Many post-shift visits were paid to J. They do the editing, write the headlines, select the photos, design the pages, rarely if ever getting the credit or seeing their name in the paper. Hank was the one who hired me in August and later became sports editor before leaving the Herald five years ago. Best wishes for future. You are commenting using your WordPress. Still the most fun place I ever worked and that was because of you guys. The old headquarters in the South End, where the Herald was located for decades until January That time has come, however. All of you made an impact on me in some form over the years, and I hope I was able to do justice in telling your stories — lacrosse, soccer, football, you name it. Dr cohen is very disappointed. Sorry to hear this news, but good things happen to good people. Thanks for taking part of this ride with me. Part of me still believes having a grease pencil fired centimeters over my head and off the sports TV, without flinching, during my tryout was the real test I needed to pass. You are a great person and wish you luck in your retirement! High school hockey writer for the Boston Herald from to ; have covered the high school hockey scene and other sports throughout Massachusetts for three decades. I hope he made you proud.