Archive - Dec 22, 2011 - Sports Article
OSSIAN â€” Columbia City boys and girls swim teams visited Norwell High School Tuesday and came away with mixed results.
The boys team remains unbeaten in dual meets, winning by a score of 96-81.
The girls fell to the Lady Knights, 97-83.
For the boys, Brandon Davis, Kyle Mertz, Devin Moore and Logan Woollweever finished less than four seconds behind the first came in 200-yard medley team at 2:01.18.
Another Eagle team took fourth. Nathan Koch, Carson Miller, Robert Owen and Jacob Weber combined for a time of 2:17.33.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Pilgrims defended their brand-new Class 3A No. 8 ranking in convincing fashion against Whitko Wednesday.
Fresh from earning its first slot in the AP polls in three seasons, Plymouth used a 24-9 second quarter to coast to a comfortable 69-44 win over the visiting Wildcats at The Rock.
After the Pilgrimsâ€™ big second quarter, an 18-7 run by Whitko spanning 6:07 from midway through the third to the start of the fourth frame cut Plymouthâ€™s lead to 13 at 50-37.
But the Wildcats never got any closer.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s girls basketball team suffered its fourth consecutive loss to Concordia.
The Lady Eaglesâ€™ two-point lead at the end of the first quarter turned into a 17-point loss on their home court Wednesday night.
â€śThat first quarter was the best first quarter weâ€™ve played,â€ť Columbia City Head Coach Amy Shearer said.
The Lady Cadets, who are ranked fourth in Class 3A by the Associated Press, outscored Columbia City 23-7 in the second quarter to take the lead â€” and never looked back.