Archive - May 16, 2012 - Sports Article
COLUMBIA CITY â Fans attending Columbia City baseballâs Senior Night contest against Northeast Hoosier Conference foe Norwell got their moneyâs worth as far as offense was concerned.
The visiting Knights got almost all their runs in a single outburst, but the Eagles fielded a more consistent offense scoring in five-of-seven innings, including two runs in the bottom of the seventh frame to cap an 11-10 come-from-behind win Tuesday night in Columbia City.
The Knights started the game with the lead-off batter drawing a walk and a double drove in a Norwell run.
BLUFFTON â With track, in some cases winning isnât based on how well a team performs, but how the other teams place to shuffle around competitors scores.
Columbia Cityâs girls track team and Head Coach Bob Fahl, are thanking the other teamâs in Tuesday nightâs sectional meet at Bluffton.
âIâve always said, things have got to go right for your team, and the other teams have to help you,â Fahl said. âTonight, the other teams helped us.â