Thursday, January 8, 2015

Lady Lions First Story #3


LOMS very own Lady Lions headed to Lewis Middle School for their first game of the season on January 6, 2015. Both teams played very well and won by at least 20 points. 

During the  8th Grade game many injuries were called. One witness reported that throughout the first quarter one girl , #15, claimed that her finger was broken as she ran up to the coach, crying. Some people said that they could see her bone sticking out. No one knows for sure, but they think it was done by a player on the the LOMS team with the number of 31. 

Another injury occurred during the third quarter. Picture this,  Kennedy, a player from LOMS,  was at the free throw line, shooting her second shot. She missed her shot and the two players on the right. that were closest to the hoop collided, ending up with the player from Lewis with a bloody nose. The ref. took a brief time-out to wipe up the blood. 

The last injury was in the last quarter. LOMS was playing hard defense. As a guard tried to pass back to the point guard, Grace came in and stole the ball. Two of their players tried to catch up to her one slipped and fell to the ground. She said that she had rolled her ankle and was excused from the game. 

LOMS Lady Lions are considered dangerous people. Who would of thought girls can be 
feisty. 

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Sharks at MDO #2

A man surfing on the Central California coast was pulled  under water by a great white shark which had bitten in the hip on Sunday, December 28, 2014,  around 11:30 a.m.   Before he could paddle to shore, where he received help from two doctors who happened to be on the beach, a witness said on Sunday. 

The victim, who lives in the San Luis Obispo area and was surfing with a friend, and was bitten on his right hip. He was treated by a medic who happened to be visiting the beach before being transported by helicopter to a local hospital. The injuries caused by the shark were not considered life threatening.

Witnesses described the white shark as between eight to 10 feet in length and identifying it as a juvenile. "Though great whites are common in the area and are spotted multiple times during the course of the year, attacks like this are rare," Colligan said.
Despite the incident, the beach remained open. Signs will be posted warning the public of the shark’s presence, remaining in place for three days.