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Whitko wins TRC four-way

April 25, 2012

WABASH — Whitko’s boys and girls track teams both won a four-way meet against Three Rivers Conference foes Manchester, Northfield and Lakeland Tuesday at Northfield.

The boys are now 5-0 in the TRC, collecting 116 points over Manchester (75.5), Northfield (43.5) and Lakeland Christian (4).

Trapper Mize won both the 800- and 1600-meter runs. Derek Snep won the shot put, Alec Wilkinson took first in the pole vault, Brady Herendeen won the long jump and Brandon Nettrouer led the 400-meter dash.

Eagles open NHC play; Columbia City loses to Bellmont in first conference match-up

April 25, 2012

DECATUR— Columbia City’s baseball team opened its conference schedule last night with a loss at Bellmont High School by a score of 8-5.

Columbia City scored five runs on nine hits with one error, and Bellmont scored eight runs with 13 hits and one error.

Eagle designated hitter Austin McCormick and third baseman Jordan Bickle hit one double each, while first baseman Connor Reed clobbered a home run, his first of the season.

Col. City falls to undefeated Bellmont

April 25, 2012

DECATUR — Columbia City’s golf team traveled to Decatur to face Northeast Hoosier Conference foe and undefeated Bellmont team (4-0, 3-0 in NHC).

The Braves routed the Eagles 167-180 on a windy Tuesday at Cross Creek.

Bellmont had three scores less than Columbia City’s best (44). Max Dryer and Drew Burnsworth led the Eagles, each shooting a 44.

Chase Ellsworth of Bellmont was the medalist with a 37. The Braves also posted a 41,42, 47 and 48.

Dustin Parrett and Trent Murphy each got a 46. Derek Philbee rounded off Columbia City’s scoring with a 47.

Lady Eagle track downs NHC foes

April 25, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Lady Eagle track team claimed first place in 10-of-16 events Tuesday night to down Northeast Hoosier Conference foes East Noble and New Haven at the Max Gandy Athletic Field.

Columbia City racked up 75 points, outrunning East Noble, who came in second with 62 points and New Haven, who finished with 30.

The Eagles had several multiple-event winners on the blustery evening.

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