Archive - May 16, 2013 - Sports Article
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Whitkoâ€™s junior varsity baseball team split a pair of games this week with area rivals.
Whitko fell to TRC-foe Wabash Monday, 7-5, but came back to beat Peru, 13-1 Tuesday.
Brady Weeks started his first career game for the Wildcats against Wabash. He gave up four earned runs and pitched all six innings.
SOUTH WHITLEYâ€” Whitkoâ€™s junior varsity softball team capped its season with two big wins earlier this week.
The first was a tight 11-10 win over Heritage Saturday that ended with a seventh inning walkoff hit.
Adrianna Holst of Whitko singled to start the bottom of the seventh against Heritage.
AUBURN â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s golf team fell in a tight Northeast Hoosier Conference match Tuesday at Bridgewater West.
The Eagles fell by four strokes, 165-169 to DeKalb.
The Baronsâ€™ top linkster, Spencer Shoemaker, paced the match by scoring a 36, one over par.
Columbia Cityâ€™s Tyler Green scored a 39, and Spencer Klimek finished with a 40.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Whitkoâ€™s baseball team won a 10-2 contest over Three Rivers Conference foe Rochester Wednesday night in South Whitley.
Ethan Nicodemus led the Wildcats from both the mound and the plate in the win.
Nicodemus struck out six, while only giving up one earned run and four hits.
From the plate, he batted 4-for-4, with four RBIs, two runs and a stolen base.
Nicodemus began his tear in the first inning, when he batted in teammate Alex Stoddard to take a 1-0 lead.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” It was the battle of the Lady Eagles at Morsches Park Wednesday night, as Columbia Cityâ€™s softball team hosted Churubusco for a county-rivalry game.
Columbia City came out on top with a 6-1 win.
Allie Vodde knocked her second home run in two games for Columbia City.
The hosts picked up their first run in the second inning, and tacked on three more in the third.
Columbia City scored its final runs in the fourth frame to take a 6-0 lead.
WARSAW â€” While Wednesday nightâ€™s sectional opener at Warsaw didnâ€™t go quite the way Columbia Cityâ€™s tennis team wanted, several Lady Eagle netters are still alive in tournament play.
As a team, Columbia City fell in a heart-breaking, 3-2, match against the Lady Tigers.
â€śThey just fell short,â€ť Lady Eagle Head Tennis Coach Kathleen Myers said.
Columbia City picked up wins in No. 1 singles and doubles, but dropped the other matches in the 3-2 score.
The bad news â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s season is over. The good news â€” No. 1 singles and doubles netters are advancing to regionals.