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Posted on Jul 19, 2013 |

Photo: Underwater Hockey

Photo: Underwater Hockey

Students from Roger Bacon High School (white caps) compete in the Underwater Hockey National Championships. The three RB teams did not win, but competed with heart against college teams from around the country. RB is the only high school in the nation that competes in underwater hockey.

Students from Roger Bacon High School (white caps) compete in the Underwater Hockey National Championships. The three RB teams did not win, but competed with heart against college teams from around the country. RB is the only high school in the nation that competes in underwater hockey.

1000 Words is a feature highlighting a single photo. Here, students from Roger Bacon High School, in the white caps, play in the USA Underwater Hockey 2013 U.S. National Championships in Milwaukee, Wisconsin last week. The St. Bernard (OH) school is the only high school in the country with a team in this unusual sport. Three RB teams made the trip: Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Team Cincinnati — made up of RB alumni.

 

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Photo courtesy Roger Bacon High School.

 

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