Troy Boys Bowling- Wayne 2232 Troy 2136 (Troy scores: Brandon Beck 225-183, Trevor Yost 171-226, Patrick Schwartz 164-213, Bryan Bir 160-182, Sean Martin II 160-182. Baker games 151, 206.

Troy Girls Bowling- Troy 2218 Wayne 2097 (Troy scores: A’leigha Smith 233-179, Rachel Darrow 192-214, Jenna Stone 189-199, Kirsten McMullen 159-158, Jennica Funderburg 190. Baker games 152, 226).

Troy Hockey- Troy was playing in the lovely Northern Kentucky rink where they have struggled the past two seasons. Last season Troy played the Norseman three times starting in a pre-season matchup where Troy was embarrassed 9-2 down south. Troy later in the season came back in a 2-2 tie game and then in the final matchup beat the club team 4-2.

Troy started very slowly and gave up a goal halfway through the first. Prestyn Hoefler evened things up on an unassisted goal, before Kentucky took a 2-1 lead to end the first.

The second period found Kentucky scoring again to take 3-1 lead. With 1:07 to go in the second Doug Eardly took a Hoefler pass and buried it to bring Troy within one. In the third period the Norseman scored on a power play to make it a 4-2 game.

Hoefler scored his second of the game with a little over 5 minutes in the game with Caleb Salazar and Eardly getting the helpers. Troy fell to its fourth loss in five tries giving them a very discouraging 1-4 record.

Shaemus Nevin was in the goal and took the loss. Hoefler had two goals and one assist. Eardly had one goal and two assists. Salazar picked up the last assist.

*Troy was playing their first league game of the season at the Cincinnati Gardens. When Troy took the ice it appeared they were skating in a fog. Literally, a fog! The Gardens has no humidification and there was a thin fog over the ice that just wouldn't leave and gave both teams issues.

The LaSalle Lancers took advantage of the conditions and shot a long shot in on Troy's keeper Cory Neff that slipped by giving the Lancers a quick 1-0 lead.

Troy started slow again, which has been the issue the past few games. That all changed very quickly when Troy Moore found Hoefler on the week side where he tied the game up at 1-1. John Wehrkamp tapped in a Noll pass to give Troy the lead for good. Tyler Hess took a pass from Enrique Alejandre and Eardly and hit the back of the net for a 3-1 Troy lead.

Hoefler scored on the back door from an Noll pass to end the first period with your Trojans in the lead 4-1. The second period started the same way the first did, with LaSalle scoring off a deep shot from the blue line. Hoefler answered for the third time off a back door pass from Noll to make it 5-2. Noll went top shelf on a great Eardly pass to make it 6-2. Tyler Hess scored his second of the game when he deked the goalie and made it a 7-2 Troy lead. Assist to Charlie Ryan and Dominic Wenrick. The second came to an end with Troy up 7-2.

The third period started with Troy on a five minute penalty kill. Troy did an excellent job controlling the puck and with 14 second to go in the penalty Noll scored an unassisted short-handed goal to give Troy the 8-2 lead and the win.

Cory Neff saw 12 foggy shots and stopped 10 of them. Hoefler had the hat trick with his 3 goals. Noll had 2 goals and 3 assists. Hess had 2 goals and Johnny Football had 1 goal and 1 assist. (John Wehrkamp...sorry!!) Moore, Alejandre, Ryan, Shane Smith and Wenrick each picked up 1 assist.