Archive - Nov 22, 2013 - Sports Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Indian Springs Middle Schoolâ€™s four boys basketball teams began their seasons this week with some close games.
The seventh-grade Stars opened their season with an exciting 28-27 win over Milford Middle School Monday.
With three seconds left in the game, tied at 27, Dalton Bell hit the second of two free throws to secure the win for the Stars.
They were led in scoring by Collin Wood with 16 points, followed by John Oâ€™Dellâ€™s six, Bellâ€™s four and Zach Slagalâ€™s two points.
GOSHEN â€” Churubuscoâ€™s girls basketball team had a rough start to its Northeast Corner Conference schedule for 2013-14.
The Lady Eagles lost at Fairifield, 60-24.
The defeat drops â€™Busco to 1-3 on the year, and 0-1 in the conference.
For the Lady Falcons, it was their first game of the season overall, putting them at 1-0 to start the campaign.
Fairfieldâ€™s Jenny Kiper led all scorers with 24 points overall. Teammate Katie Yates chipped in nine.
Churubusco was led by Shelby Brockman, Alisha Farner and Montanta Martin with six each.
COLUMBIA CITYâ€” Following in someone elseâ€™s footsteps and still having success can be difficult.
But Columbia City senior Andrea Richter has done that in the pool, first at her high school, and soon at her college of choice.
Richter signed this past Friday to swim at Ball State University. She will be the second member of her family to swim as a Cardinal.
Her older sister, Haley, is a senior at Ball State University this season, and has been part of several record-setting relay teams.
Andrea Richter has already qualified for the state meet as a Lady Eagle.