Archive - May 12, 2012 - Sports Article
COLUMBIA CITY â Despite an impressive 10-run inning by Columbia City, Whitko held on for a 16-13 win over the Eagles on their own field Friday night in Columbia City.
Whitko jumped out to a 13-3 lead at the top of the fourth inning. Fearing the possibility of being beat by the 10-run-rule, Columbia City retaliated with a 10-run fourth frame to tie the score at 13.
But that was the end, as the Eagles didnât score another run for the final three innings, while Whitko tacked on three more in the high-scoring game.
CHURUBUSCO â Churubuscoâs boys and girls track teams hosted the Northeast Corner Conference meet Friday night.
The boys team placed third out of 10 teams, and the girls came in fourth.
Fairfield was the boys NECC title winner, while Westview received the honors for the girls.
Churubusco continued to control the throwing events, with Heather Monk taking first-team all-conference in both the shot put and discus. Monkâs sister, Katie, got second in the discus and third in the shot put.
Austin McClure dominated the boys throws, winning the discus and taking second in the shot put.
NEW HAVEN â Columbia Cityâs boys golf team posted its best score of the season Thursday night at Whispering Creek.
The Eagles won with a 156 over the Bulldogs, who shot a 177.
Columbia Cityâs previous low was 166, 10 strokes higher than the Eagleâs score on Thursday.
Eagle Drew Burnsworth shot his best score of the season, 35, earning medalist honors.
âIt was good to see Burnsworth break out and finish a round well,â Thompson said. âIt was huge.â
Derek Philbee fired a 39, his first score under 40 this season.
âHeâs been playing well for us,â Thompson said.