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Churubusco shuts down Angola, 14-7

September 20, 2013

ANGOLA — A gigantic defensive effort propelled Churubusco’s football team to a road victory Friday.

The Eagles beat Angola 14-7 to remain unbeaten for the season.

’Busco was propelled out of the gate with an opening kickoff return touchdown by Logan Harris.

The senior took the ball 80 yards for the score.

’Cats stomp Wabash

September 20, 2013

WABASH — Whitko continued its domination of the Three Rivers Conference Friday night after blowing out Wabash, 51-7.

The Wildcats are now 3-0 in the TRC and 3-2 overall.

Tanner Hughes led the Wildcats with three touchdowns, 193 rushing yards and 12.1 yards per carry.

Hughes scored the opening TD for Whitko. Two minutes into the game on a 51-yard, 5-play drive, Hughes took the ball to the end zone from the 4-yard line to put the ’Cats on the board.

Eagles nab Homecoming win

September 20, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — It is midseason, and the injury bug has started to bite, but Columbia City’s football team was able to rally the troops and beat DeKalb on homecoming.

The Eagles beat the Barons 34-12.

Columbia City stepped onto the field absent quarterback Travis Herbst, who Head Coach Randy Hudgins said was day-to-day as far as his status. In his stead, Trevor Bolt stepped in and led the Eagle offense.

’Busco netters drop contest

September 20, 2013

TOPEKA — Churubusco’s volleyball team hit the road to take on the first-place team in the Northeast Corner Conference Thursday, and fell in three games.

The Lady Eagles gave Westview all it could handle in the first set, but the Lady Warriors held on to win the match — 25-23, 25-13 and 25-12.

In the first game, Churubusco jumped out to an early lead.

Lady Eagle Head Volleyball Coach Trinda Goings said her squad was able to take command early and go up 14-8.

Columbia City drops tight match

September 20, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s volleyball team battled back, but its effort fell just short against Homestead.

The Lady Eagles fell in five games, 25-21, 25-20, 23-25, 17-25 and 15-13.

Although each game was competitive, Columbia City could have easily been deposited in three sets by the Lady Spartans. The score in game three was tied near the end, and Homestead was within points of putting away the hosts in a sweep.

However, the Lady Eagles rallied to take game 3, and then dominated with serving and held the advantage to take the fourth game as well.

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