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May 19th, 2011

Whitko puts mercy rule on 12-1 home win over Wabash

May 19, 2011

   SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko head coach Jamilyn Pegan got everything she could hope out of her team Wednesday. The Lady Wildcats got 12 runs from their lineup while holding visiting Wabash to one hit.

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Columbia City denied title repeat

May 19, 2011

   HUNTINGTON — Tuesday night Columbia City girls’ track and field was aiming to do something no other Lady Eagle track team had done before.
   Repeat as sectional champions.
   After winning two titles in the past three seasons, Columbia City was primed for its first back-to-back hoist of the crown.

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Summers gives ’Busco a champion

May 19, 2011

   HUNTINGTON — “It didn’t feel real.”
   That’s all Churubusco’s Payton Summers could gather after winning her first sectional championship Tuesday at Huntington North.
   A fourth-place team finish for the Lady Eagles girls’ track team was highlighted by Summers’ dash to first-place in the 100-meter race.

Lady Eagles top off 12-win season

May 19, 2011

   ALBION — The Columbia City Lady Eagle tennis team closed out the regular season portion of a successful 2011 season with a 4-1 win over the host Central Noble Lady Cougars on a blustery Tuesday night.  
   “It was a win, and hopefully a confidence booster for the girls heading into sectionals,” Eagle head coach Katie Myers said. “They found out some things that they need to work on tomorrow night to take into sectional play.”

IHSAA draws up baseball sectional brackets

May 19, 2011

   The Indiana high school baseball postseason was laid out for area teams Tuesday.
   As Whitley County’s three teams finish up the regular season, the sectional brackets were drawn up for May 25-30.
   Columbia City and Churubusco both took one step closer to a sectional championship after the pairings.
   Both Eagle squads earned first-round byes.

City breakout in NHC finale

May 19, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — It’s not the ideal season Columbia City softball envisioned when the bats came out and the pitches were thrown in late March.
   Delays, postponements and sometimes weeks without games, the Lady Eagles finally saw some of what it hoped to see all season.
   Hits, strikeouts and runs.
   Monday, City entered the final game of the Northeast Hoosier Conference with an even 3-3 record.

May 16th

Eagles fly high, capture NECC crown

May 16, 2011

   ANGOLA — Heading into Friday’s finals of the North East Corner Conference meet at Angola High School, Churubusco trailed first-place Fairfield by 6.33 points.
   By the end of the night, school records fell and so did the Falcons.
   Churubusco finished 25.67 points ahead of Fairfield beating its conference rival 142-116.33.

Lady Eagles take big step placing 4th

May 16, 2011

   ANGOLA — It’s not a title but Churubusco girls’ track and field got some good news Friday night.
   With 2011 becoming a bounce back year for the Lady Eagles, a fourth-place finish at the North East Corner Conference meet added to a growing power from ’Busco.
   After holding preliminaries Tuesday, the Lady Eagles went back to Angola High School finishing just behind the host Lady Hornets.

Whitko cut down by Heritage

May 16, 2011

Whitko’s Hannah Cokl takes a pitch during the Lady Wildcats home game against Heritage. Whitko rallied from a 0-5 deficit but went on to fall to the Lady Patriots 5-2.

Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

Two Eagles lead soggy round at Cedar Creek GC

May 16, 2011

   LEO — Despite the downpour of rain Saturday, there was golf to be played.
   Columbia City and Churubusco boys’ golf battled the wet conditions at Cedar Creek Golf Course to come    away with a golfer leading both with a score of 84.
   The Eagles had one of their best finishes in an invitational this season taking sixth out of the 15-team field.

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