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Whitko grabs TRC in Rob’s House

February 14, 2011

   SOUTH WHITLEY — As the final minutes ticked down Saturday afternoon the chant began at Whitko High School.
   “This is Rob’s House.”
   As the class 3A No. 4 Whitko Wildcats locked up the outright championship in the Three Rivers Conference against Manchester 61-34, head coach Rob Irwin remained at home recovering from chemotherapy treatments.
   However, it didn’t take long for leader of the Wildcats to find out about his team’s newest title.

Heuer: Expanding charter schools supports all Hoosier students

February 14, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s freshman state representative said last week that while the proposed state law expanding charter schools in Indiana is a controversial issue, her ultimate loyalty has to be with students in the Hoosier State.
“In education, I know we are so fortunate to have successful schools, teachers and administrators in our district,” said Rep. Kathy Heuer, R-Columbia City.

County wrestlers miss ticket punch for state

February 14, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — And then there were none. For the first time in recent memory, Whitley County will not be represented at Conseco Fieldhouse for the individual wrestling state championships.
   All nine Whitley County wrestlers, five from Whitko and four from Churubusco, fell in the first two rounds with several just missing the trip to Indy, including one in a controversial manner.

Underdog Lady Eagles cut down by Garrett 75-28

February 14, 2011

   LAGRANGE — Going into the class 2A Prairie Heights girls basketball sectional not many probably had Churubusco at the top of their lists for winning a title.
   However, after a emotional semifinal win over the host Lady Panthers, the Lady Eagles carried their hopes to a title shot.
   Churubusco (7-14) took its longest winning streak (four) in more than  a decade into the championship Saturday night.

No love found for Columbia City in February slump

February 14, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — Marion, a boys’ basketball team that averages 70 points a game, was held to 52 by Columbia City Saturday night. However, the Eagles were unable to convert on the offensive end losing 52-38.
   Marion’s speed and high pressure defense forced 19 turnovers, causing the Eagles to miss out on scoring opportunities.
   “When you have 19 turnovers in a game like that, it’s going to be hard to come out on top,” Columbia City head coach Chris Benedict said.

WALTON — In its first meeting with Lewis Cass, Churubusco’s football team fell to the Kings, 16-7...
SOUTH WHITLEY ­— Whitko’s Lady Wildcat volleyball teams faced off against the Manchester Lady...
COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls golf team is continuing to stay near the top of the Northeast...

 

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