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September 4th, 2013

Eagle harriers come in third at Warsaw Invite

September 4, 2013

WARSAW — Columbia City’s boys cross country team took third place at the Warsaw Cross Country Classic Tuesday.

Evan Harney clocked a 16:31 for the Eagles to take third and pace the squad. He was less than seven seconds off of the winning time from Warsaw’s Ellis Coon.

His total was part of 116 overall points for the Eagles. Warsaw won with 31 points.

Gage Emrick was 25th for Columbia City, and Dallas Piotrowski was 27th. Evan Sauers and Seth Kissinger were 32nd and 33rd.

Eagles drop match to NHC foe

September 4, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — For 36 minutes, the Columbia City boys soccer team went toe-to-toe with Homestead.

Once the Spartans found the net, it would be the beginning of a scoring barrage the Eagles could not match.

Holding a slim 1-0 lead at intermission, Homestead managed to put 10 goals on the board in the second period to shutout the Eagles 11-0 in conference play.

In the first period, the lone goal came with 3:37 showing on the clock when Anthony Jimenez recorded his first of six goals to give the 20th-ranked Spartans a lead it would take to the locker room at the end of 40 minutes.

Col. City beats ’Busco in rivalry match

September 4, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — In volleyball, scoring first helps, but the team that gets the final point is the winner.

Columbia City’s volleyball team put that theory to the test Tuesday in its county-rivalry win over Churubusco. ’Busco got the first point in all three sets, but it was Columbia City who walked off with the 3-0 victory.

Columbia City won by nearly-symmetrical scores of 25-19, 25-19 and 25-18.

However, the three sets were not symmetrical. Visiting Columbia City battled back from a 12-6 hole to win the first one.

September 3rd

Eagles off to perfect start

September 3, 2013

Churubusco’s football team is off to a 2-0 start this season.

Pictured, Eagle senior Cody Conwell (33) delivers a stiff arm against Central Noble last Friday.

Conwell has rushed for more than 300 yards in the team’s first two games.

Churubusco will play at Prairie Heights this Friday to attempt to move to 3-0.

Col. City 20, Whitko 12

September 3, 2013

Columbia City quarterback Brock Snouffer breaks into the open with Whitko’s Draven Ivy (23) defending.

Columbia City’s junior varsity football team defeated Whitko’s JV squad Saturday by a final score of 20-12.

Whitko netters go 0-4 at tourney

September 3, 2013

TOPEKA — Whitko’s volleyball team posted a record of 0-4 at the Westview Tournament Saturday.

The Lady Wildcats opened with a loss to Angola in straight sets. The team pushed Central Noble to three sets before losing.

Whitney Hobbs had 23 kills and 19 blocks in the four matches. Elane Warner had 57 assists, seven aces and 21 digs.

Local Sports Briefs

September 3, 2013

Whitko harriers compete at Northfield

WABASH — Whitko’s cross country teams placed in the middle of the pack at the Northfield Invite Saturday.

Whitko’s boys came in fifth out of 10 teams. The Wildcats had 161 points, 10 behind fourth-place Southwood.

Oak Hill was the winner for the boys with a total of 38 points, 15 ahead of runner-up Angola.

In the girls race, the Lady Wildcats had 144 points to take sixth.
Host Northfield was the winner for the girls with 61, just four ahead of second-place Oak Hill.

Whitko next competes at Warsaw Tuesdsay.

August 30th

Churubusco leaps past Central Noble, 42-6

August 31, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — A stout defensive effort keyed Churubusco’s football team to its second win of the season Friday.

The Eagles defeated visiting Central Noble 42-6 to move to 2-0 on the season and 2-0 in the Northeast Corner Conference.

Churubusco was led by its defense, according to Head Coach Paul Sade.
After shutting out Fremont last week, the Eagle defenders left a goose egg on Central Noble’s side of the scoreboard for more than three quarters.

Col. City knocks down Whitko

August 31, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Emotion can play a big role in establishing momentum in an athletic contest.

That emotion can come from many sources. For the Columbia City Eagles, an emotional week in practice and two emotional goalline defensive stands helped establish momentum that allowed them to prevail in a battle of
Whitley County football rivals.

The Eagles twice turned the Whitko Wildcats away without points on their way to a 34-14 home victory at Max Gandy Athletic Field.

Bluffton sneaks past ’Busco

August 30, 2013

BLUFFTON — Churubusco’s volleyball team lost a narrow five-game match on the road at Bluffton Thursday.

The Lady Tigers beat the Lady Eagles 25-16, 15-25, 25-23, 22-25, 15-11.
Alisha Farner led the Lady Eagles in kills with nine. Lacey Pulley led the team in assists with 25.

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