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Col. City victorious 3-2 in close match

August 18, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City tennis team used its confidence from the shut out to Churubusco Tuesday night to carry the team to a close 3-2 win over Warsaw.
The win came down to the final set, No. 2 doubles match, Matt Rethlake and Brandon Gay.
Columbia City Coach Marcus Moore said the team and fans surrounded the court to cheer the pair to victory.

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’Cats tennis blanked

August 18, 2011

SOUTH WHITLEY— Whitko tennis’ 2011 season got off to a rough start Tuesday evening.
The Wildcats hosted Fort Wayne Northrop, losing 5-0.
“It was the first varsity match for a lot of these players,” Whitko Head Coach Kory Mettler said. “I expected us to be a little nervous.”
With a team led by sophomores, Mettler says getting experience is key.

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Roush leads Eagles through first meet

August 18, 2011

AUBURN — The Columbia City cross country team had its first meet Tuesday at Dekalb.
Samantha Roush led the girls’ and boys’ teams with a second place finish at the Baron Classic.
“We ran pretty well for the first meet,” Cross Country Coach Bob Fahl said.

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Andreas football scholarship established

August 18, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — The family of Tyler Andreas has established a memorial scholarship fund in remembrance of the Columbia City High School student who passed away unexpectedly this summer.
A member of the Columbia City High School football team, Tyler possessed a remarkable work ethic. It is this character trait that his family has chosen to honor by establishing this award.

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