The Bloom-Carroll boys’ soccer team has shown all season when they fall behind early, they have the grit and perseverance of coming from behind to win.
Facing an early deficit Saturday against Columbus Academy in a Central District Division II district championship game, the Bulldogs showed they would not go down without a fight.
However, while the never-say-die Bulldogs kept battling back and time after time, they came up just short in a hard-fought 5-4 loss against the Vikings and finished as district runner-up at Westerville Central High School.
“We have fought back the year, and we talked at halftime, it seems like we have a flare for the dramatic and we like to dig ourselves in holes, unfortunately, sometimes you can’t get out of them,” Bloom-Carroll coach Thomas Robinson said. “We had an amazing run and showed a lot of tenacity, and with a couple of seconds left, we thought we should have had a penalty kick, but we accept it and move on. We didn’t go down without a fight, which is somet... Click here to read full article