The Bulldogs came out on top Saturday, defeating the Hoover High Vikings 36-29
The Hoover High Vikings had a back-and-forth, nail-biting match against the McKinley High School Bulldogs on their home turf Saturday night. But, unfortunately, the Vikings did not come out on top. McKinley pulled out ahead with a final score of 36-29, knocking Hoover High out of the playoffs. Were you at Saturday's game? Share your photos of the action right here on North Canton Patch. Just click the "Upload Photos & Videos" button above the gallery to get started!
Going into the third quarter, the boys were tied at 8-8, but Solon persevered to nab the win and move on to advance in the Ohio High School Lacrosse Association Tournament
First, Mother Nature soaked Hoover. Then, Solon did. Or more specifically, Chris Humphrey. After waiting out thunderstorms and the rain for two hours, the Vikings escaped out of their locker room only to find themselves spinning in a tornado wearing a No. 7 white jersey. Humphrey swirled around Hoover High's defenses for six goals and two assists as the Comets scored the game’s final nine goals to down the visiting Vikings, 17-8, and bounce them from the second round of the Ohio High School Lacrosse Association Division I Tournament on Thursday night. “Humphries was playing well,” Hoover head coach Matt Gregory said. “It’s tough to stop a guy when he’s shooting like that.” And as the old saying goes: When it rain, it pours. And, boy, did …