Archive - Feb 12, 2013 - Sports Article
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Indian Springs Middle School hosted a wrestling invitational Saturday with four middle schools.
East Noble, Lakeland, Adams Central and Lincoln fell to the Eagles, who went 3-0 on the day and beat last yearâ€™s champions from Lincoln.
In the championship match, Indian Springs was trailing Lincoln with two wrestlers remaining. In the third period, Jackson Wilcoxon pinned his man to make the score 44-42. ISMS was behind by two points going into the final match.
Weston Ottinger pinned his opponent in eight seconds to make the score 48-44 â€” and take the win.
Mason Rhodes, 17, daughter of John And Julie Rhodes, Columbia City High School, signed with Indiana Techâ€™s girls bowling team last week.
Rhodes is graduating from CCHS as a junior and has been a member of Columbia Cityâ€™s varsity bowling team for three years. She finished the regular high school season with a 198 average, carries a high game of 266 and a series high of 694. Rhodes is the 2012-13 girls team captain. The girls team was sectional champion and regional champs.
Pictured, from left, Indiana Tech bowling coach Larry Secrist, Mason Rhodes, Indiana Tech coach Greg Kirnberger.