Archive - Jun 2014 - Sports Article
Columbia Cityâ€™s youth baseball league is beginning tournament action this week at Morsches Park.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City girls softball team celebrated the 2014 season Wednesday night at the Columbia City High School cafeteria.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Just as the measure of any teacher is not reflected in any set of test scores, the measure of a coach is not reflected in any won-loss ledger â€”his place in history lies in the hearts and minds of the players that he has coached, and the assistants that he has worked with.
Columbia City Softball Head Coach Steve Cox ended a 20-year coaching career with the Lady Eagles Wednesday night at the CCHS auditorium.
The former players and assistant coaches were universal in their appraisal of Cox.
Columbia City High School stand-out hoopster and incoming junior Brachen Hazen recently returned from the invitation-only Nike Elite 100 Camp on the campus of the University of St. Louis, which, according to the camp invitation, â€śIs the nationâ€™s premier basketball event for elite high school freshman and sophomore basketball players.â€ť
The top golfers across the state are teeing off in regional action this week, with the hopes of advancing to the state finals.
One of those linksters is Churubuscoâ€™s Beau Barkley, who advanced from the East Noble Sectional last week.
Columbia Cityâ€™s boys team is also taking the links at Stonehenge Golf Club today in an effort to advance to the state match next week.
Members of Columbia Cityâ€™s team include Tyler Green, Spencer Klimek, Max Dryer, Trent Murphy and Cameron Slavich.
Columbia Cityâ€™s golf team, along with Churubuscoâ€™s Beau Barkley, is preparing for regional action Thursday morning at Stonehenge Golf Club in Warsaw.
The Eagles advanced after winning the Warsaw Sectional at Rozella Ford Golf Course last week. Barkley placed second individually at the East Noble Sectional at Noble Hawk Golf Course. The match is slated to begin at 9 a.m.