Archive - 2013 - Sports Article
Columbia Cityâ€™s boys golf team had its end of season awards night Tuesday.
The award winners were, from left: Most Improved Player, Matt Kumfer; Season Low Average, 1st-Team All-Conference and Co-MVP, Tyler Green; Co-MVP and 2nd-Team All-Conference, Spencer Klimek; DeVol Award, Tanner Daniel; Mental Attitude Award, Cameron Slavich; Coaches Award, Matt Benedict.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s 7-on-7 football team ended its season on a high note by making the semifinals of a tournament last weekend.
The Eagles made the semiâ€™s of Pikeâ€™s â€śLet It Flyâ€ť 7-on-7 tourney.
Overall, Columbia City was 5-2 on the day.
The Eagles beat Triton Central and Evergreen Park, an Illinois school. The lone loss for Columbia City in pool play was to NHC-rival East Noble.
In the first round in the afternoon, the Eagles beat Brownstown Central. In the quarterfinals, Class 6A Lafayatte Jefferson was dispatched by Columbia City.
South Whitleyâ€™s U14 softball team won the â€™Busco Bash Turtle Days softball tournament by defeating the hosts 9-2, Kendallville 9-6 and Huntington 8-2.
Pictured above is the team after the championship game.
Front row, from left: Assistant Coaches Mark Zumbrun, Paul Wilson and Mike Ferguson; Jaima Ferguson, Hanna Yohe, Andrea Snavely, Emily Jones, Micaela Zumbrun, Coaches Ed Yohe and Brian Cox.
Back row: Hannah Garwood, Autumn Wilson, Maria Patrick, Haley Yohe and Riley Insley.
KENDALLVILLE â€” Even with a youth movement on the team, Columbia Cityâ€™s football squad has shown a great deal of achievement in a tournament this summer.
Playing seven-on-seven football, the Eagles advanced to the finals of a 16-team tournament at East Noble last week.
Columbia City lost in the finals of the tournament to New Haven.
Garrett was the first foe for the Eagles. Columbia City fell to the Railroaders, but won its next five games. The Eagles beat Churubusco, DeKalb, Concordian, Carroll and Woodlan.
Dan Wyatt and Larry Hearld compete against each other in the Turtle Days Corn Hole Tournament in the parking lot of PNC Bank Saturday afternoon in Churubusco.
Though only in his fifth year at Columbia City, Eagle Head Coach Randy Hudgins is the most senior football coach in Whitley County.
With the resignation of both Churubuscoâ€™s Lee Etzler and Whitkoâ€™s Wayne Swender, many will be looking to Hudgins to lead the way for Whitley County this fall.
Pictured above, Hudgins gives instructions to a group of players from the 2010 season.
Columbia City High Schoolâ€™s boys track team honored its seniors at the end-of-the-year dinner. From left, Garrett Vandersaul, Kyle Weigold, Wyatt Larkey, Evan VanHouten and Isaiah Kreider all ran their final seasons as Eagles in 2013.
Columbia City recently held its summer tennis camp. Pictured, Camp 1, front row: Breanna Taylor, Lindsey Taylor, Katie Bolinger, Jackson Giszweski, Monty Goss and Elizabeth Parker.
Back row: Coach Katie Myers, Callaghan Myers, Samuel Joseph, Caden Binkley, Matthew Hoskins, Clayton Scott, Olivia Potts, Katie Bolander, Counselor Sydney Ford and Coach Karen Brandon.
Columbia City recently held its summer tennis camp.
Pictured, Camp 2, front row, from left: Bryce Roy, Maddie Miner, Andrew Hill, Abi Potts, Grace Hill, Maycee Nix and Madalyn Hill.
Second row: Joshua Lesley, Grace Korte, Sydney Korte, Adrianna Maley, Audrey Hill, Heidi Bolinger, Emma Waugh and Anne Ball.
Back row: Coach Katie Myers, Callaghan Myers, Brock Roy, Masyn Kreiger, Caleb Binkley, Garrett Anspach, Alyssa Clawson, Lydia Morgan, Abbi Milton and Counselor Sydney Ford.
Whitko High School held its spring sports awards banquet recently.
Pictured, girls track award winners, from left: Holly Frantz, Mental Attitude Award; Stephanie Wheeler, Most Improved and Josie Sparks, Most Valuable Runner.