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December 7th

Col. City wins close game over ’Busco

December 7, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Despite rallying to get the score within five in the last four minutes, Churubusco lost to Columbia City Tuesday night, 52-43.
Whitley County’s Eagles gave the fans their money’s worth, with Churubusco cutting a 25-17 deficit into a three-point game in the third quarter.
The Eagles traded baskets in the first two minutes of the game, until Columbia City’s Brandon Gay knocked down a three to give the home team a 5-4 advantage.
Churubusco’s game plan was to alter the pace of Columbia City’s quick tempo.

December 5th

Whitko girls victorious at North Miami, 64-29

December 5, 2011

DENVER — Whitko’s girls basketball team won its Three Rivers Conference opener at North Miami Saturday night, 64-29.
After a rough patch in their schedule (Elkhart Memorial, Northrop and Warsaw), the Lady Wildcats opened conference play with a decisive win.
“We knew going in this was going to be a big game for us to see where we were mentally after playing those tough teams,” Whitko Head Coach Brandon Bradley said.

Lady Eagles win in overtime

December 5, 2011

FORT WAYNE — After keeping Carroll from taking the lead throughout the entire regulation, the Columbia City Lady Eagles found themselves playing in overtime Saturday night in the Northeast Hoosier Conference opener.
The Lady Chargers hit a 3-pointer with 3.3 seconds left on the clock to tie the game at 37 and force an extra four minutes of play.
The Lady Eagles held on to win the game, 41-38, off free throws by Sarah Opliger and Sidney Bunyan.
Bunyan led the team in scoring with nine points and also chipped in a block, steal and assist.

December 2nd

Columbia City boys basketball beats Northfield

December 2, 2011

DENVER — Had it not been for a second quarter momentum shift, the outcome of Columbia City’s boys basketball game at Northfield may have been different.
The Eagles came off a 13-6 first-quarter deficit to out-score the Norsemen 26-2 in the second quarter and win 66-43.
“We allowed them to play in their comfort zone in the first quarter,” Columbia City Head Coach Chris Benedict said. “In the second quarter we started to pressure them with a full court press.”

'Busco falls to Warriors

December 2, 2011

TOPEKA — Churubusco Head Coach Mike McBride said the Eagle schedule to start the season is a difficult one.
It didn’t get any easier Friday when ‘Busco traveled to Westview High School and lost to the Warriors, 47-31.
Westview player Brant Yoder, who had 17 points in the game, hit a two-pointer with just under two minutes left and ‘Busco went into the locker room trailing 19-11 at the half.
With 1:15 left to go in the third, LeFever fouled out of the game.
The Eagle deficit had grown even farther; the third period ended with the score 34-21 in favor of the Warriors.

Columbia City girls basketball falls to Dwenger

December 2, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Lady Eagle basketball team fell to 2-5 Thursday after a loss to Bishop Dwenger.
Coumbia City lost to the Lady Saints by a score of 49-41.
Dwenger took an early 8-0 lead and continued the output.
It wasn’t until Emily Whiteleather hit one of two free throws with under five minutes to go in the first quarter that Columbia City was on the scoreboard.
“Our slow start in the first quarter didn’t help us,” said Lady Eagle Head Coach Amy Shearer.

December 1st

Churubusco wrestling tops Columbia City

December 1, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — Churubusco took home the Whitley County Eagles’ traveling trophy Wednesday night after defeating Columbia City, 42-31.
“We figured it’d be a good meet tonight and it was,” Churubusco Head Coach Sam Riesen said. “It’s always an exciting match-up against Columbia City. We figured it’d be another good one tonight and it was.”
The trophy was introduced this season and according to Churubusco Head Coach Sam Riesen, the gold Eagle will travel between the schools.
“They definitely deserve it,” Columbia City Head Coach Blane Culp said. “They out-wrestled us.”

 

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