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January 7th, 2013

Lady Eagles win second in a row

January 7, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls basketball team picked up its second win in a row and first Northeast Hoosier Conference game of the season Saturday night.

The Lady Eagles hosted and defeated Bellmont’s Lady Squaws to get their fourth win of the season.Columbia City’s staunch defense held the Lady Squaws to one field goal in the first quarter en route to a 45-34 win.

Guards Macie Hinen and Aubrey Wright combined for seven steals and six assists. Emily Whiteleather and Hinen led the boards with seven rebounds apiece.

TODAY IN SPORTS

January 7, 2013

Here are the sports headlines in Monday's Post & Mail:

Lady Eagle hoopsters win second in a row

Columbia City swimmers compete in conference swim meet

Lady Wildcat basketballers lose close game to Rochester

Colts run out of Luck; fall out of playoffs

January 4th

CC tops Bellmont

January 5, 2013

Columbia City's boys basketball team topped Bellmont by 40 points Friday.

January 2nd

Eagles jam Northridge, 59-48

January 2, 2013

FORT WAYNE — For Columbia City’s fifth game in five days, head basketball coach Chris Benedict is pleased.

“Sometimes it might not be the prettiest, but our guys make the plays to win the basketball game,” Benedict said. “They do a really good job of finding a way to get the job done.”

Columbia City topped Northridge 59-48 at the Memorial Coliseum Tuesday night in the Super Hoops Classic.

The Eagles were far from their 90 percent 3-point shooting display against Whitko in the season-opener. In fact, Columbia City shot 17 percent from behind the arc, one of the worst of the season.

December 28th, 2012

Munster hands Eagles first loss

December 29, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Less than a week after receiving their first votes in the Associated Press poll, Columbia City’s boys basketball team lost its first game of the season Friday.

Their opponent was no slouch. The Munster Mustangs are 8-0 and ranked No. 5 in the state by the AP. Columbia City played a tight first half with the Mustangs before falling 66-54.

The Eagles took 4-0 and 7-2 leads early in the first quarter with buckets by Daniel Woll and Derek Hinen, holding Munster to two field goals in the first four minutes.

C.C. girls drop two games

December 28, 2012

Columbia City’s girls basketball team competed in the first day of the Northridge Holiday Tournament Thursday.

The Lady Eagles dropped both games, falling to 59-54 to Andrean in the opening game and 58-44 to Portage in the afternoon session.

Pictured, Macie Hinen drives in a game earlier this season.

December 27th

Tourney starts Friday

December 27, 2012

Basketball tournaments begin tomorrow, as Columbia City and Churubusco’s boys are slated to play two games at CCHS Friday, before finishing the tournament at Carroll High School Saturday.

Above, Columbia City’s Jon Simmons looks for an open teammate.

December 23rd

State runners up

December 23, 2012

Churubusco’s wrestling team competed in the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association’s team wrestling state finals on Saturday.

The Eagles made it to the final round, falling to Adams Central by a 46-23 score. Individual results were not available at press time.

Above, Shane Shroyer scores a win in the championship round as his teammates cheer in the background.

December 21st

’Busco headed to state finals

December 21, 2012

Churubusco's wrestling team is competing in the Indiana State Wrestling Coaches Association's Team State Finals on Saturday. The event was formed because the IHSAA got rid of the team finals tournament this season.

December 20th

Whitko falls to Plymouth

December 20, 2012

SOUTH WHITLEY — The Whitko boys basketball team lost to Plymouth on Wednesday at home.

The Wildcats fell by a final margin of 62-36. The loss drops Whitko to 1-7 on the season. Plymouth is now 6-1.

Whitko will play at the North Miami Tournament on Dec. 28-29.

After that, the conference slate picks up again for the Wildcats. The team will play Three Rivers Conference opponents in six of its first seven games of January.

The Wildcats currently stand at 0-1 in conference play, having dropped the inaugural league game on Dec. 14 against Tippecanoe Valley.

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