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Eagles clear first hurdle, prep for next level

March 18, 2011

   Transition to a new coach can come with some hurdles to clear and Columbia City boys’ track and field faced them last season with first-year head coach Kyle Nelson.
   In their second season under Nelson, the Eagles look to make the next step in improvement with the help of top scorers and newcomers joining the team.

Fire burns strong again in City

March 18, 2011

   Nearly two years ago at this time, Columbia City boys’ basketball was without a head coach as the offseason began.
   The Eagles program stood at a crossroads with back-to-back losing seasons not what fans had grown accustomed to.
   Meanwhile, over in Valparaiso, Drew Benedict, an eighth grader at the time, received a text from longtime friend Derek Hinen.
   “Hey, the job is open again. Just have your dad come back.”

New owners take over magic at local course

March 18, 2011

   The unique golf course well-known around the area for its night golf has new ownership running things.
   Roughly a month ago, former owner Kent Miller sold the golf course — on the corner of state Route 9 and county road 500 north — to Russel Fahl.
   According to son-in-law Ryan Cook, who will be running the course with his wife, the course was something that interested Fahl as a former resident of the area.

Columbia City soccer player Shila Tolliver signed to play soccer at Huntington University Thursday...
CHURUBUSCO — With a 5-2 win in the season opener against Woodlan and another win over Oak Hill...
HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North...

 

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