The Ohio University Men's Lacrosse team took on the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, February 26th, 2017.
After only scoring 1 goal in the entire first quarter, and falling behind by the score of 1-4 in the 2nd quarter, the Bobcats looked as though a win was nowhere in sight.
However, after a change at the Goalie position, the Bobcats defense was tightened, and the offense came alive!
The Bobcats scored 5 unanswered goals against the Cardinals to make the score 6-4 before the Cards could get one past the Bobcats to come within one goal, trailing 5-6.
From that very moment on it was all Bobcats! The Bobcats then added an additional 7 unanswered goals to end the game a 13-6 win in favor of the Ohio Bobcats.
It was amazing to watch a game that started out scoreless for 13 minutes of the contest, then shift in complete favor of the Cardinals, be totally dominated by the Bobcats in the second half.
Trinity High School hit the ice on Saturday, February 24th, 2017 on Senior Night to face rival St. X.
Even after receiving a very positive and encouraging statement from their Captain and coaching staff, the Tigers were no match for the Shamrocks of Trinity.
The Rocks led 3-0 at the end of the 1st period and 8-0 at the end of the 2nd period.
Even with the Rocks playing underclassmen and not scoring the entire 3rd period, the Tigers were still unable to score and were shut-out 8-0 at the end of the night.
The Rocks say goodbye to four Seniors this season. All of which look forward to playing hockey at the college level.
Near the Northern part of Lick Creek near I-71 in the State of Kentucky, sits a small farmhouse that speaks history inside and out.
We must admit, it wasn't the easiest to get to. Unable to be located via satellite due to a large amount of vegetation that has consumed the property over the past three decades, we found ourselves in the Lick Creek itself at one point.
However, once we reached the property we set out for, we were simply taken away at the time capsule we had just discovered.
Multiple pieces of furniture littered the front yard from the door to the creek itself. Most items could be identified as being from the 1960's or newer.
It's not that we didn't know that these items were used in history, it's just the fact that we found them in rather good condition. The well for example. We've seen plenty of wells, but this one still had water in it. As if it was just waiting to be pumped.
You could tell that the outhouse was not in its original location and had slid down the hill due to mud and wet conditions. It was very unstable and about to fall down the hill towards the Lick Creek below.
Once inside we discovered even more historical items that were older than all of us.
A small portion of the rear of the house had been destroyed by what appeared to be weathering and deterioration. By what we found, we have reason to believe this was the kitchen at one point.
We traveled up the stairs to discover the attic, which we believe was used more as a bedroom or living space instead of storage space.
This phonebook is dated: June 1981
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