Archive - Dec 3, 2013 - Sports Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Nearly every boys basketball team (with the exception of Churubusco, which returned all its players from last season) has been working to identify and fill the gaps left behind by players who graduated last year.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Indian Springs Middle School hoops is in full swing, with both boys and girls squads taking the court in games.
The ISMS 7th-grade girls ran away with a lopsided 43-6 win to open the season at Harding last Monday.
All of the girls saw action in the opener and many contributed both offensively and defensively.
Ava Winters led all scorers with a quick 14 points off of several rebounds and some strong assists from teammates.
Grace Cotter added a solid 11 points. Brooke Ebersole poured in six points with some offensive put back baskets.
WHITLEY COUNTY â€” Whitley Countyâ€™s girls basketball teams are in different places this week.
Squads will either try to bounce back from defeat or keep momentum rolling as the first full week of December commences.
Columbia City is off to a 4-1 start. The Lady Eagles host Fort Wayne Dwenger Tuesday.
Columbia City will be looking for its third win of the year against a Summit Athletic Conference (SAC) foe.
The Lady Eagles beat Fort Wayne Snider 63-55 Nov. 19 and blew out Fort Wayne North Side 57-36 Friday.