Archive - Oct 18, 2013 - Sports Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City Eagles fought back from a momentum snapping fumble in the first half to close to within a touchdown of visiting Northeast Hoosier Conference opponent Norwell before falling to the Knights by a 35-21 score in a senior night game at the Max Gandy Athletic Field.
LAGRANGE â€” Conventional football wisdom says a team should go for the win on the road, and for the tie at home.
The visiting Churubusco Eagles put that philosophy to practice, losing a one-point game to Lakeland, 14-13, after a failed two-point conversion attempt with under two minutes to play.
It was the final regular season game for both squads, and both end with a 7-2 mark going into sectionals. However, the defeat was the second in the conference for â€™Busco, costing the Eagles a chance to share the Northeast Corner Conference title with Fairfield.
SOUTH WHITLEY Â â€” Whitkoâ€™s football squad rebounded from its first Three Rivers Conference loss last week to down Tippecanoe Valley and takes its share of the TRC title.
The Wildcats fell to Rochester last week, pitting a three-way tie in the TRC, with Whitko, Rochester and Tippecanoe Valley all posting 5-1 conference records.
This week, the Wildcats took on and Tippy Valley, 35-21, to share the TRC title with Rochester, which beat North Miami Friday.
Whitko took the momentum from the get-go.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Whitkoâ€™s volleyball seniors finished out their final home match with a four-game win over Caston Thursday â€” better than that, the Lady Wildcats finished with the most regular-season wins since 1998 with nine victories.
The Lady Wildcats grabbed a 25-19 win in game one and a dominating 25-12 victory in the second game.
In game three, Whitko fell in a 25-20 match before coming back with an extra-point 29-27 win in the fourth and final game.
COLUMBIA CITYâ€” A total of 14 records were broken by Burnworth Pool swimmers this summer.
Coached by Pat Willliams, the team saw six relay records and eight individual records fall.
New medley relay records were set by three teams. Sophia Hatcher, Mykaela Crowell, Shauna Jo Young and Lauren Liston set the new record for 11-and 12-year-old girls at 2:27.05.
Charlie Varga, Aaron Fix, Ryan Devito and Telly Varga set the new record for the 11 and 12-year-old boys in the medley relay with a mark of 2:17.45.