Archive - Feb 8, 2013 - Sports Article
HUNTERTOWN â Columbia Cityâs boys basketball team beat Carroll by two points for the second time this season, winning 51-49.
The Eagles took on the Chargers in the holiday tournament Dec. 29, topping Carroll in a low-scoring, 45-43, game.
In Thursdayâs official Northeast Hoosier Conference match-up, Carroll had a one-point lead with five seconds to go.
Sophomore Mason Coverstone â who hadnât scored since the first quarter â lined up on the baseline.
CHURUBUSCO â Churubuscoâs boys basketball team took another step of progress in a Northeast Corner Conference win Thursday.
The Eagles were able to build upon a lead and make it larger in their 62-48 defeat of Hamilton at home.
âBusco now has a record of 2-17 on the year and is 2-6 in the conference. Hamilton drops to 5-13 and is 1-7 in the NECC.
âWe played with the lead,â Eagle head coach Michael McBride said. âNot only did we have the lead, but we extended the lead, which is something we have not had the opportunity to do a lot with our season the way itâs gone.â
COLUMBIA CITY â Senior night is the final home swimming meet of the season and a tune-up for the upcoming IHSAA Sectional.
It all came together for the Eagles Thursday night, providing the backdrop for a 117-42 win for Columbia Cityâs boys swim team over the visiting Wabash Apaches.
The Eagles took first in 10-of-11 events, sweeping the first three places in both the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard butterfly race.
The Eagles will head into the Warsaw IHSAA Sectional next week.
âI think the boys are ready,â said Columbia City head coach Kristen Swonger.