Remembering Hunter and Gavin


By D. Anthony Botkin - abotkin@aimmedianetwork.com



The rocks outside Olentangy Liberty’s track and football field are usually painted for cheering teams on to victory. Tuesday they were painted in the familiar school colors not to cheer, but instead to remember incoming seniors Gavin D. Schlotterbeck and Hunter D. McClelland. Around the rocks laid melted candles that had been lit in remembrance of the two students who were killed Monday morning in an auto accident.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Among the candles laying at the foot of the rock outside of Olentangy Liberty High School was a team hockey photo. Written underneath was, “Rest in peace Gavin, your hockey family will always love you.”


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

The rocks outside Olentangy Liberty’s track and football field are usually painted for cheering teams on to victory. Tuesday they were painted in the familiar school colors not to cheer, but instead to remember incoming seniors Gavin D. Schlotterbeck and Hunter D. McClelland. Around the rocks laid melted candles that had been lit in remembrance of the two students who were killed Monday morning in an auto accident.

Among the candles laying at the foot of the rock outside of Olentangy Liberty High School was a team hockey photo. Written underneath was, “Rest in peace Gavin, your hockey family will always love you.”

By D. Anthony Botkin

abotkin@aimmedianetwork.com

The rocks outside Olentangy Liberty’s track and football field are usually painted for cheering teams on to victory. Tuesday they were painted in the familiar school colors not to cheer, but instead to remember incoming seniors Gavin D. Schlotterbeck and Hunter D. McClelland. Around the rocks laid melted candles that had been lit in remembrance of the two students who were killed Monday morning in an auto accident.
http://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/07/web1_DSC_3938.jpgThe rocks outside Olentangy Liberty’s track and football field are usually painted for cheering teams on to victory. Tuesday they were painted in the familiar school colors not to cheer, but instead to remember incoming seniors Gavin D. Schlotterbeck and Hunter D. McClelland. Around the rocks laid melted candles that had been lit in remembrance of the two students who were killed Monday morning in an auto accident. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Among the candles laying at the foot of the rock outside of Olentangy Liberty High School was a team hockey photo. Written underneath was, “Rest in peace Gavin, your hockey family will always love you.”
http://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/07/web1_DSC_3942.jpgAmong the candles laying at the foot of the rock outside of Olentangy Liberty High School was a team hockey photo. Written underneath was, “Rest in peace Gavin, your hockey family will always love you.” D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

By D. Anthony Botkin

abotkin@aimmedianetwork.com