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June 3rd, 2011

Eagles tame Cougars in regular season finale

June 3, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — The East Noble boys’ golf sectional awaits Columbia City Friday, but before the Eagles head into the postseason, one final home match had them squaring off against Central Noble.
   The front nine at Eagle Glen Golf Course played host to the Cougars. Central Noble took the low individual round of the night but Columbia City ended the regular season with a win 169-193.

Lady Eagles polish off Lakers for sectional title

June 3, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — After five rain delays the wait was worth it for the Columbia City Lady Eagles.
   A week after they were supposed to open the class 3A sectional at Morsches Park, the Lady Eagles capped it off beating Lakeland 6-0 for a 7 p.m. regional date at home against Mishawaka Marian today.

Eagles win battle of rivals, lose title war

June 3, 2011

   SOUTH WHITLEY — The Columbia City Eagles experienced the good and the bad of the baseball postseason Monday.
   Heavy rainfall forced several delays to the Tippecanoe Valley class 3A baseball sectional, and in the end, a move to the Whitko High School diamond.
   The day ended with Columbia City on the losing end of an 8-4 championship game against NorthWood.    However, the Eagles remained alive long enough to end county rival Whitko’s season.

May 30th

Blazers’ grand slam bumps Churubusco

May 30, 2011

   GARRETT — Churubusco was firmly in the driver’s seat through three innings of the class 2A semifinal sectional round Saturday.
   Leading 5-1, the Eagles looked to be on their way to the sectional championship.
   However, Eastside used a grand slam to score six unanswered runs and rally back to end ’Busco’s season 7-5.

May 27th

Turn-n-burn: ’Busco back at state

May 28, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — Churubusco senior Kyle Mathewson was hot at Friday night’s Wayne boys’ track and field regional.
   Literally.
   Coming off the track with a hole in his shoe, Mathewson took a turn and burned down the last 100 meters of the 200-meter dash final to take second and earn his first state finals trip.
 

Lady Eagles bust open gates of sectional 18-1

May 28, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — Finally! After almost a week of rain delays, the Columbia City class 3A sectional softball tournament finally got underway Friday night at Morsches Park.
   For the Columbia City Lady Eagles, it seemed like they stored up almost a week’s worth of runs as they downed the West Noble Lady Chargers in the opening game 18-1 in five innings.

Whitko powers on to semifinal

May 28, 2011

   AKRON — Whitko and Lakeland fought off the weather and traveled to Tippecanoe Valley High School for the first round of the class 3A baseball sectional Friday night.
  The Wildcats played a perfect game with no errors, taking the Lakers out of the post-season with a 7-2 win.

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May 26th

Lady ’Cats architect resigns

May 26, 2011

   SOUTH WHITLEY — Coming into his first head coaching job in girls’ basketball five seasons ago, Rob Bell didn’t see it ending like this — but the time was right.
   The Lady Wildcats winningest coach in school history turned in his resignation Wednesday, pending board approval June 20.
   Bell states in his resignation letter the program “has reached a crossroads, which many growing successful programs do.”

Softball Sectional: City, Whitko still under watery delay

May 26, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — Rain, rain going away.
   That’s what all the players say.
   And coaches, officials and fans for that matter.
   Thursday became the fourth consecutive day, the Columbia City class 3A softball sectional has been under water thanks to Mother Nature’s soggy weather conditions.
   Columbia City athletic director Geoff Penrod has run his far share of tournaments but this is a new one for him.

Dunn takes part in annual Border Wars

May 26, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — Columbia City Lady Eagle Kayla Dunn was selected to participate in the Nancy Rehm Border Wars Basketball Classic April 30 at the University of Saint Francis.  
   Dunn played with some of the top players in the area as part of an Indiana team that took on Ohio’s team.

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