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Undefeated Eagles win conference

May 18, 2012

Indian Springs Middle School’s boys golf team is undefeated after 10 matches. The Eagles won the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference match last week, and defeated Summitt and Woodside (Homestead) on Tuesday by two strokes.

Tyler Green, second from left, shot a one-under par at Raccoon Run in the NLMSC match (34). Spencer Klimek, fourth from left, finished with an even par, 35.

Matt Benedict, third from left, shot a 41. Garrett Roehling, far right, fired a 44 and Nick Decker, far left, had a 49.

Lady Eagles defeated in 11-inning marathon

May 18, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — For six innings, the Columbia City Lady Eagles clung to a 1-0 lead over visiting Huntington North Lady Vikings.

In the top of the seventh frame, the Lady Vikings scored a run to turn what had been a quickly played ball game into an 11-inning siege.

In the top of the 11th, the Lady Vikings pushed across three runs with two outs to send the Lady Eagles down to a 4-1 defeat.

Columbia City starting pitcher Cassie Vodde had a one-hitter going through the first six innings, recording 11 strikeouts and only one base runner for the first six stanzas.

County track advances 21 qualifiers

May 18, 2012

WAYNEDALE — Though neither Whitko nor Columbia City could top Homestead’s impressive 121 points Thursday night at the boys track sectional, Whitley County athletes qualified for regionals in 21 placings.

Churubusco competed at the North Side sectional and came in sixth as a team. Whitko placed second behind the Spartans with 95.5 points. Wayne (90) took third, New Haven (80) came in fourth and Columbia City placed fifth with 59 points.

“In reality, Homestead is the best team,” Whitko Head Coach Ron Cherry said. “They’re the ones we were chasing all night.”

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