Archive - May 29, 2013 - Sports Article
FORT WAYNE â€” Churubuscoâ€™s baseball team saw its season come to an end Tuesday.
The Eagles lost to Adams Central, 13-10, in a sectional semifinal contest at Indiana Tech.
A comeback by Churubusco fell just short. The Flyinâ€™ Jets had a 5-1 lead after three innings.
Four more runs from Adams Central in the fourth made it 9-1. Churubusco was equal to the Jets in the fourth frame by chipping in four as well to bring the margin to 9-5.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” It was a banner day for the Columbia City boys golf team.
The Eagles beat Central Noble, 150-186, at Eagle Glen Golf Course Tuesday, coming together for an impressive team effort.
Columbia City was led by medalist Spencer Klimek, who shot a 34, good for two-under par. Teammate Tyler Green was right at par with a 36.
All told, the five Eagle varsity golfers outscored the top Cougar golfer, as Max Dryer and Matt Benedict both had scores of 40 and Cameron Slavich was at 43. The top Central Noble golfer shot 44.
HUNTERTOWN â€” For the third year in a row, the Columbia City baseball team is sectional runner-up.
This year, the Eagles came closer to hoisting the sectional trophy than they have in either of the two previous years.
Columbia City lost to Carroll 6-3 Tuesday night in the sectional championship game.
It was the second game of the day for the Eagles, who earned their way into the finals after defeating Snider earlier that day 6-0 in the semifinals.
â€śTo have a showing like we did in our sectional, you canâ€™t really ask for a whole lot more,â€ť said Columbia City Head Coach Zac Bireley.