Lost in the wind
MANY, La. — As Dean Rojas triumphantly hoisted the trophy over his head, Gerald Swindle walked slowly off the stage, the realization beginning to dawn on his face.
Swindle had just finished second by an ounce to Rojas in the Trokar Battle on the Bayou, barely missing out on the first tour-level victory of his career.
Swindle slowly came to terms with the near miss, mostly because everything worked against him all week. In fact, ...
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