Archive - May 26, 2011 - Sports Article
SOUTH WHITLEY — Coming into his first head coaching job in girls’ basketball five seasons ago, Rob Bell didn’t see it ending like this — but the time was right.
The Lady Wildcats winningest coach in school history turned in his resignation Wednesday, pending board approval June 20.
Bell states in his resignation letter the program “has reached a crossroads, which many growing successful programs do.”
COLUMBIA CITY — Rain, rain going away.
That’s what all the players say.
And coaches, officials and fans for that matter.
Thursday became the fourth consecutive day, the Columbia City class 3A softball sectional has been under water thanks to Mother Nature’s soggy weather conditions.
Columbia City athletic director Geoff Penrod has run his far share of tournaments but this is a new one for him.
FORT WAYNE — Columbia City Lady Eagle Kayla Dunn was selected to participate in the Nancy Rehm Border Wars Basketball Classic April 30 at the University of Saint Francis.
Dunn played with some of the top players in the area as part of an Indiana team that took on Ohio’s team.
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