For the first time in a long time, Duggan has no plans for the immediate future. She’ll be home for the next few weeks, relaxing with many of the same family and friends who feted here over the weekend. She’ll do a few speaking engagements — at the Patty Kazmaier Awards banquet, the Touchdown Club of Danvers, etc. — but other than that, she’s earned some well-deserved time off.
She could very well be back in Team USA’s lineup four years from now in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Or perhaps she’s decided this is it and will hang up the blades.
Saturday, though, wasn’t a time to think about that.
Saturday was a time for celebration.
Saturday was a time for Meghan.
Phil Stacey is the sports editor of The Salem News. Contact him at email@example.com or 978-338-2650, and follow him on Twitter @PhilStacey_SN.