Updated Mon, Feb 10, 2014 2:16 pm
Ohio wrestler KeVon Powell showed off his shoe collection to our photographer Logan Riely and reporter Andrew Gaug for this story about his memorabilia.
There's not much she can do there, surrounded by Athens Bulldog defenders. (Tessa Brediger)
Ohio's Derek Rahme lunges to clear the puck in the Bobcats' 7-0 win over Kent State on Friday. The Bobcats are ranked second in the country in the CSCHL standings and are 27-7-2 for the season. (Abby Leppert)
Ohio Bobcats forward Destini Cooper lifts for a left-hand basket against Eastern Michigan at the Convocation Center on Sunday. (Logan Riely)
Quiera Lampkins (5) rises over her defender for a bucket Sunday. The 'Cats lost their seventh in a row, 68-55 to the Eagles. (Logan Riely)
Ohio's Tmisht Stinson, as captured by Logan Riely. The Bobcat women play next on Saturday at Toledo, live on WOUB-AM 1340 and online at WOUB.org/listen
Here's the first of a fantastic set of wrestling photos from Logan Riely, who was at Ohio's dual meet with Old Dominion to capture Sparty Chino flipping Tristan Warner.
ODU's Brandon Jeske wore a mask to protect his face against KeVon Powell. (Logan Riely)
Jeremy Johnson worked hard for his win against Old Dominion at the Convo. (Logan Riely)
ODU's Devin Geoghegan "fish-hooked" Ohio's Harrison Hightower in the 165-pound match. Doesn't look comfortable. (Logan Riely)
Ohio's Phil Wellington gets ready to grapple with Kevin Beazly at 197. The Bobcats lost to the Monarchs, 22-15, in their final home dual of the season. (Logan Riely)
Brooke Herbert Hayes braved the cold - but not the freezing water - to grab some shots of the "Polar Plunge" on Saturday in Albany. Don't celebrate too soon, you're not out of the water yet...
Fun costumes were popular, but clothing was (mostly) optional. (Brooke Herbert Hayes)
Festing isn't only a warm-weather activity, as this brave soul proves in one of our most acrobatic shots of the week. (Brooke Herbert Hayes)
And lastly, in Ohio's big comeback win over Miami (OH) on Saturday, Nick Kellogg scored a career-high 27 points. Here he threads through the defense and scores for the 'Cats. (Logan Riely)