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SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Zach Baughman should have been on Cloud 9 Friday night.
Not long after being named Homecoming King, Baughman, a linebacker, grabbed an interception with the game tied and less than two minutes left on the clock and ran it 87 yards to score the game-winning touchdown.
WATERLOO â€” Football is a game of inches. It is also a game where seconds can make a difference.
Friday nightâ€™s Northeast Hoosier Conference contest between the Columbia City Eagles and the host DeKalb Barons lasted about 20 seconds too long for the Eagles
NORTH MANCHESTER â€” Whitley Countyâ€™s girls golf teams played their final match before Saturdayâ€™s sectional at Sycamore Golf Club Thursday afternoon, along with county-neighbor Manchester.
FORT WAYNE â€” When Columbia City Lady Eagle Volleyball Coach Trish Hinen talks about the roller coaster aspects of her teamâ€™s play, she is not talking a kiddie coaster, but a full-fledged, scream at the top of your lungs, drop-off-a-cliff fall.
The Lady Eagles, playing some of their best defensive volleyball against Northeast Hoosier Conference foe Homestead, had leads in every game, but runs by the host Lady Spartans sent the Lady Eagles home on the short end of a 3-0 match.
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AKRON â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s boys and girls cross country teams posted strong placings in the Tippecanoe Valley Invitational Saturday morning in Akron.
The Lady Eagles placed second out of 12 teams, just four points behind the winning team, Northfield.
NEW HAVEN â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team finished out its final Northeast Hoosier Conference competition with a strong, second-place finish at Whispering Creek Golf Course in New Haven Saturday.
With a four-way tie for first place for the conference title coming into the match, the Lady Eagles finished behind Carroll and Homestead to place third in the match and second overall.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” In every contest, there are controllables and uncontrollables â€” those factors that are under the control of the players â€” making blocks and tackles, executing plays, playing through pain. Those factors that lie outside the realm of their control â€” the weather, a slip on loose turf, or a blown officialâ€™s call.