Skip to main content

Archive - Sports Article

September 23rd, 2010

Gridiron Preview Week Six

September 23, 2010

   The Indiana High School football regular season is half over. Going into week six, Columbia City gets its biggest test yet for homecoming. Churubusco faces NECC sleeper and Whitko tries to stay unbeaten in the TRC.

No. 9 New Haven at Columbia City

September 22nd

Col. City nets sweep over Norwell

September 22, 2010

   COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Lady Eagle volleyball team built on the success of Saturday’s second-place finish at the Wawasee tournament sweeping Northeast Hoosier Conference opponent    Norwell in three close games, 25-23, 25-21, 25-21 at the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium Tuesday night.
   All three games matched the Lady Eagles strong play at the net versus the strong serving game of the Lady Knights.

Eagles victory secures top finish in NHC

September 22, 2010

   COLUMBIA CITY — It’s another season almost over and again Columbia City boys’ tennis is known among the best in the Northeast Hoosier Conference.
   After a 5-0 sweep of Bellmont at DeVol Field Tuesday night, the Eagles 5-1 conference record lands them in no worse than second-place with No. 20 ranked Homestead yet to come Thursday.

Pippenger, Eagles cruise to victory

September 22, 2010

Churubusco freshman Danielle Pippenger drives home one of her team-high seven kills against Hamilton Tuesday night. The Lady Eagles took a three-game match from the Lady Marines 25-16, 25-6, 25-16. Pippenger tied teammate Heather Monk in kills while Monk also led in digs (9) and blocks (3).

City outduels Knights 1-0

September 22, 2010

Columbia City sophomore Chris Walker stretches for the ball against East Noble’s Gavin Goodrich Monday night. The Eagles took a 1-0 match over the Knights at home with a late first half goal from Devin Rice.

September 20th

Finals appearance powers Lady Eagles

September 20, 2010

   SYRACUSE — Columbia City and Whitko volleyball teams traveled to Wawasee Saturday and each loaded the bus with opposite outcomes for the day.
   The Lady Eagles had a victorious day, leaving the tournament 2-1 and championship runner-up.
   Whitko on the other hand, was unable to pull out a win for the day at 0-3.
   Columbia City and Whitko kicked off the day with a match against each other.

Sectional concludes season for local girls’ golf

September 20, 2010

   PIERCETON — The beginning of the postseason Saturday was the end of the season for Whitley County girls’ golf teams.
   Battling the rough and unforgiving links of Stonehenge Golf Club, Columbia City and Whitko were unable to advance anyone to the regional round.
   The Lady Eagles had three seniors bring their careers to an end. Olivia Western led them with round of 101.
   Western was only five strokes off of the last individual score to make it out of the sectional round.

Stacked field meets Columbia City, Whitko at WN

September 20, 2010

   LIGONIER — A large and talented field met local cross county teams at the West Noble Invitational Saturday.
   With the likes of the No. 7 hosting Lady Chargers and No. 20 West Noble boys’ squad, a stacked field had Columbia City and Whitko both posting high finishes.
   The No. 22 Lady Eagles had its freshman-senior combination of Samantha Roush and Renee Menzie put them in third out of 24 teams.

September 18th

’Busco muscles past Angola

September 18, 2010

   CHURUBUSCO — A dash of Kyle Mathewson. A hint of an overpowering Churubusco defense along with a couple of pounds of Kyle Monk and you’ve got a recipe for what class 3A No. 8 Angola experienced Friday night.
   The Hornet team that was set to dispose the class A No. 3 Eagles in a battle of unbeatens had troubles of their own. Mathewson's 219 rushing yards on the ground combined with a stuffing ’Busco  defense, silenced the questions of which team was better by putting Angola away early 34-7.

Back on track, Eagles rout Barons

September 18, 2010

   WATERLOO – One of the true measures of a successful team is how they handle both success and disappointment.
   The Columbia City Eagle football team handled the success of opening wins to move to a 3-0 record to begin the season.
   Friday night the test for the Eagles was to see how they would react to the disappointment of last week’s heartbreakingly close 31-28 loss to Homestead. The Eagles responded by traveling to Northeast Hoosier Conference DeKalb and dropping the Barons by 28-3 score.

Columbia City soccer player Shila Tolliver signed to play soccer at Huntington University Thursday...
CHURUBUSCO — With a 5-2 win in the season opener against Woodlan and another win over Oak Hill...
HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes