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October 28th

CC preps for potential shoot-out

October 28, 2010

   Could it be another East Noble shoot-out? The potential is there.
   Two 9-1 teams will meet Friday night in the semifinal round of class 4A sectional 11 when No. 8 Columbia City travels to Angola.
   Each touts a highly productive passing offense led by a senior quarterback.
   Coming out ahead in a 56-55 offensive marathon at East Noble earlier in the season, Columbia City quarterback Logan Rehrer and the Eagles relish the chance for a repeat.

Sectional favorites rushing for spot in championship

October 28, 2010

   A pre-sectional championship comes Friday night with Churubusco (9-1) heading to Southern Wells (8-2) for class A sectional 35.
   Two teams state ranked for the entire season square off in what has the feeling of a championship caliber game.
   On the other side of the bracket two 5-5 teams await a title shot. The winner of the Raiders-Eagles game will go into the match-up as the odds-on favorite with only three losses between the two programs.

October 27th

Numbers game with Mathewson

October 27, 2010

   Is there a game plan to stop Churubusco fullback Kyle Mathewson?
   If there is, no one has figured it out yet.
   Not even his own coach wants to know how an opponent goes about stopping the Eagles career leading rusher.
   “I have no idea,” Churubusco head coach Lee Etzler said of how to stop Mathewson. “I would not want to have to figure that out.”

October 25th

Columbia City 'Rehrer' QB

October 25, 2010

   “Ever since I started playing football I always knew I wanted to be a quarterback.”
   From the Junior Football League days to the first time he stepped foot onto Max Gandy Athletic Field, Columbia City quarterback Logan Rehrer knew what he wanted to be.
   The QB. The gunslinger. The man under center.
   However you want to put it, Rehrer grew up with hard work put into being the man with the ball every play.

Lady Eagles return to state

October 25, 2010

   FORT WAYNE — Guess who’s back at the state finals.
   If you thought Columbia City girls’ cross country just happened to find its way to the state final in 2009 then they didn’t have a hard time remembering the way back Saturday.

Menzie lone ’Cat moving on to state

October 25, 2010

   FORT WAYNE — A large pack of boys’ runners at Saturday’s New Haven cross country semistate had one ’Cat emerge among the leaders.
   Senior Brian Menzie fought off injury, bad luck and more throughout his career at Whitko to beat 152 other runners at Fort Wayne’s  The Plex. Menzie’s eighth-place finish at the semistate level made him only the second Whitko boy to reach next Saturday’s state finals.

NorthWood ends Columbia City title bid, again

October 25, 2010

   AKRON — The Columbia City Lady Eagles traveled back to Tippecanoe Valley Saturday in an attempt to take home a sectional title.
   After a quick 3-0 semifinal game against West Noble, the Lady Eagles prepared to face NorthWood in the finals for the second year in a row.
   “They wanted it bad after last year,” Lady Eagle Head Coach Trish Hinen said.
   Last year Columbia City fell to NorthWood and came up with the same results this time around, losing 3-0.

October 22nd

’Busco revenge comes in night of records

October 22, 2010

   CHURUBUSCO — It’s funny how sports presents second chances.
   A new season and new brackets drawn up for the 2010 sectional round, Churubusco (9-1) had the same team welcoming them into the playoffs.
   Last season, Adams Central (7-3) was moving on to the semifinal round after scoring 20 unanswered points against the Eagles.

Bremen moves past ’Cats in OT

October 22, 2010

   BREMEN — Heroes are made in the postseason, and Bremen’s Braxton Miller became one in Friday night’s Sectional 26 opener.
   After a Whitko field goal to start overtime, Miller’s three-yard touchdown gave Bremen a 20-14 victory to put the Lions in the second round against Fairfield, a 45-0 winner over Woodlan.
   “It’s just too much, and the crowd just went wild,” Miller said of his game-winning score. “It’s just overwhelming. It’s awesome.”

Route of Barons keeps City season alive

October 22, 2010

   COLUMBIA CITY — There were no surprises Friday night for the Eagles as they took on a winless DeKalb team, picking up a 41-21 win earning a trip to the second round of the sectional tournament.
   The Barons came into Friday night’s game averaging just seven points a game and only 63 points on the season.
   Though DeKalb tripled their average,  it wasn’t enough to defeat the Eagles.
   Columbia City jumped out to a quick 13-0 lead in the first eight minutes of the game.

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