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Churubusco senior trackster Connor Hogeston signed to run track for Indiana Tech Thursday afternoon.
With Hogeston (center) are his parents, Kermit (left) and Shonda (right) Hogeston, and Churubusco Track and Field Head Coach Zach Dock (standing).
Hogeston expects to run long-distance events for the Warriors.
COLUMBIA CITY ‚ÄĒ Since the mutual withdrawal of all eight schools from the Northeast Hoosier Conference, several schools have been working together to form a new conference.
Columbia City, Bellmont, DeKalb, East Noble, New Haven and Norwell heard presentations from several area schools in regards to forming a new conference.
According to a press release from Norwell High School, officials mulled academics, location, demographics and strength of competition in their selection process.
WINONA LAKE ‚ÄĒ The 2013 season may be over for Columbia City‚Äôs boys golf team ‚ÄĒ but the fun isn‚Äôt over yet.
The Eagles had their first showing in 10 years at a regional competition Thursday afternoon.
Though Columbia City placed seventh overall and didn‚Äôt make it on to the state finals next week, the squad of four freshman and a sophomore have much more to come for the Eagles.
‚ÄúThey want more,‚ÄĚ Columbia City Head Coach Andrew Thompson said. ‚ÄúThere‚Äôs a bright future ahead for those young men.‚ÄĚ
Columbia City‚Äôs boys golf team is competing in the Warsaw regional today, working for a trip to the state finals in Franklin next week.
Tyler Green (above) placed second overall at last week‚Äôs sectional.
Riley Bunyan, Columbia City, throws a pitch in a softball game in May at Morsches Park.
Youth softball and baseball games are in full swing in the month of June.
Columbia City‚Äôs boys track and field team named its award winners for the 2013 year.
Award winners from left, with their awards: Wyatt Larkey was named Most Valuable Thrower; Garrett Vandersaul won the Coaches‚Äô Award; Seth Kissinger won Most Improved Athlete; Evan Harney was named Most Valuable Runner and Most Valuable Participant; Mitchell Maloney was named Most Valuable Jumper and Andrew McFarland won Rookie of the Year.
BLOOMINGTON ‚ÄĒ Five Whitley County athletes competed in the Indiana State Track Meet last weekend.
Three tracksters were named all-state ‚ÄĒ Samantha Roush, Katie Monk and Austin McClure placed in the top nine.
Columbia City‚Äôs Roush, who has finished 10th for the last two seasons, came in fifth in the 1,600-meter run Saturday.
‚ÄúSam ran as perfect of a race as she could,‚ÄĚ Columbia City Head Track Coach Bob Fahl said. ‚ÄúShe was really determined to get a medal.‚ÄĚ
Fahl said she was able to take an inside lane and stay in the front of the pack througout the race.
WARSAW ‚ÄĒ ‚ÄúWe got the hex off of Columbia City golf for the 10-year drought.‚ÄĚ
Those words from Columbia City Boys Golf Head Coach Andrew Thompson sum up what was an outstanding day, as the Eagles advanced to the regional round for the first time since 2003.
Columbia City came in third at the sectional at Stonehenge Country Club, five strokes behind the host-Tigers, who won with a score of 314. Triton was second, four strokes ahead of the Eagles‚Äô 319.
CHURUBUSCO ‚ÄĒ Churubusco will be represented by two throwers in the track and field state competition held in Bloomington today and Saturday.
Senior Katie Monk is competing in girls discus after advancing out of regionals with a throw of 128 feet, 6 inches.
Senior Austin McClure will return to the state meet after claiming the regional championship in shot put with a heave of 51 feet, 9 inches.
Tanner Daniel (left) and Cameron Deckard, Columbia City‚Äôs senior golfers, played their last match at Eagle Glen Tuesday night.