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Whitko girls win four-way meet

April 25, 2013

SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko’s girls track team emerged victorious in a four-team meet Tuesday.

The Lady Wildcats defeated two conference foes, Manchester and Northfield, as well as Lakeland Christian Academy.

Whitko rolled up 91 points to edge past Manchester, which had 84.
Lady Wildcat athletes scored first in six events. Josie Sparks was first in the 100- and 200-meter dashes.

Miranda Terril grabbed a pair of wins in the high jump and the 400-meter dash.

Cheer awards

April 25, 2013

Columbia City’s cheerleading squad held its awards banquet in March.

Awards winners include, front row, junior varsity, from left: Megan Gawthrop, Positive Attitude Award and Spirit Award; Danielle Reust,Most Outstanding Cheerleader Award; and Mariah Dennis, Leadership Award.

Back row, varsity: Emily Wilder, Most Improved Award; Dezer-Ray Lauz, Leadership Award; Courtney Davis, Positive Attitude Award; Molly Drew, Most Improved Award; Kennedy Slavicek, Coaches Award; Bonnie Smith, Leadership Award; Riley Fry, Most Outstanding Cheerleader.

Leaping into track

April 25, 2013

Indian Springs Middle School 7th grader, Jacob Hinen, took advantage of Monday’s cooperative weather, placing first in the long jump against Wawasee.

Both the 8th-grade boys and girls were victorious with scores of 77-29 and 58-48, respectively. The 6th- and 7th-grade boys and girls both fell to Wawasee, 68-38 and 75-30, respectively.

The teams are back in action Thursday at ISMS for their last home meet of the season. Monday is the county meet at Churubusco at 4:30 p.m.

Opening Day ceremonies postponed

April 25, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Park Department’s Opening Day Ceremony for youth league baseball and softball set for Saturday has been postponed.

The games on tap for Saturday have also been postponed.

Park Director Mark Green said excessive rain has caused the fields at Morsches Park to become overly-saturated.

“Our fields are soaked,” he said. “Having events of this size would put too many vehicles there.”

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