Archive - Jan 25, 2013 - Sports Article
NEW HAVEN â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s boys basketball team lost its third game Friday night, falling to Northeast Hoosier Conference foe New Haven, 69-54.
The Bulldogs (9-4) jumped out to an 8-4 lead in the opening three minutes, as the Eagles struggled offensively throughout the game.
Columbia City shot 34 percent from the field in the first half and 41 percent on the game.
Eagle Drew Benedict connected with two 3-pointers, three free throws and a field goal to lead Columbia City with 11 of its 15 first-quarter points.
Benedict finished the game as the Eaglesâ€™ top scorer with 20 points.
Columbia City runner Tiffany Harber committed to Manchester College recently. Harber is a track and cross country runner for the Lady Eagles. She is pictured with Columbia City head cross country and girls track coach Bob Fahl (left) and assistant coach Tim Hearld.
Here are the sports headlines in Friday's issue:
Harber commits to Manchester
Luck eager to make 1st Pro Bowl appearance
Voice of Te'o prankster? Couric plays voicemails
No. 2 Michigan defeats Purdue
At Pro Bowl, Peterson doesn't plan to let up