Archive - Sports Article
August 19th, 2014
On Sunday, Ackermanâ€™s team won the Morsches Park co-ed lob ball league championship in a double elimination series. Pictured, front row, from left: Coty West, Cody Ackerman, Dean Lott, Chelsey Lott, Taylor Lott. Back row: Tyler Hathaway, Paula Kemery, Dea Winebrenner, Baley Noragon, Freddie Hathaway and Sierra Rice. Not pictured: Tyler Noragon.
AUBURN â€” â€śThis is proof that every shot matters.â€ť Columbia City girls golf coach Andrew Thompson was excited about the Lady Eaglesâ€™ Northeast Hoosier Conference, tie-breaking win over DeKalb Monday night.
SYRACUSE â€” After a 100-stroke victory Thursday, Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team struggled through the Wawasee Invitational Saturday morning. Though placing fourth, the Lady Eaglesâ€™ individual and overall scores were much higher than Thursdayâ€™s 181 in 9 holes.
FORT WAYNE Ââ€” The 53rd annual Fort Wayne City Swim was held August 1-3 at the South Side Brown Natatorium.
The Columbia City Stingrays from the Burnsworth Memorial Pool summer swim program.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” With four golfers posting scores under 50, the Columbia City Lady Eagle golf squad downed the visiting North Side Lady Redskins by more than 100 strokes, tagging the visitors with a 181-289 loss Thursday afternoon at the Eagle Glen Golf Course.
Area football teams are gearing up for scrimmages tonight at 7 p.m. Columbia City will be hosting Goshen, while Whitko and Churubusco will be on the road. The Wildcats are traveling to Garrett and Churubusco plays at Heritage. Pictured is Columbia City quarterback Trevor Bolt.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” The Whitko girls varsity golf team hosted and fell to Southern Wells at Sycamore Golf Club Tuesday.
The Columbia City Diamond Girls warm up their bats before their final game of the summer season at the City Slam Tournament Saturday at Morsches Park. The event, hosted by the Columbia City Park Departmentâ€™s Softball Board, had 10 teams from around the area.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” After an impressive win over Warsaw Monday afternoon, Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team returned to its home course Tuesday evening to host Northeast Hoosier Conference foe Carroll. Though the Lady Eagles posted their best score of the season so far, the NHC powerhouse Lady Chargers took a 185-196 victory at Eagle Glen Golf Course.
Lady Eagle varsity soccer player Hannah Wappes takes control of the ball from a Wawasee opponent during a scrimmage yesterday at Columbia City High Schoolâ€™s Max Gandy Athletic Field.