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March 26th, 2015

STRONG START: Whitko downs ’Busco in county softball

March 26, 2015

SOUTH WHITLEY — Thanks to a terrific effort by Whitko Athletic Director Casey Stouffer to ready the playing surface after a morning rainstorm, the Lady Wildcats and the visiting Churubusco Lady Eagles were able to play a season-opening contest Wednesday night.

Cold temperatures and a brisk wind didn’t stop the Lady Wildcats from blowing the game open with a five-run third inning on their way to a 10-0 win.

March 25th

ZONE FINALS: YMCA swim competes

March 25, 2015

ROCHESTER, Mich. — The Whitley County YMCA Rapids swim team had its most successful showing at the Great Lakes Zone meet this past weekend at Oakland University.

Competing against 1,400 of the top swimmers from 92 teams and five different states in the Great Lakes region, the Rapids finished 35th overall with 114 points.

The boys 11-12 year-old squad finished 11th with 95 points and girls 11-12 year-old’s finished 21st with 19 points.

March 24th

TRACKSTERS: Whitko and Churubusco compete at indoor state

March 24, 2015

WEST LAFAYETTE — Track and field athletes from Whitko and Churubusco High Schools took part in the Hoosier State Relays Saturday at Lambert Fieldhouse on the Purdue University campus.

The Whitko girls squad, which placed 14th as a team in the small-school division, was paced by second-place finisher senior Elaine Warner in the long jump. Warner jumped 17 feet, one-half inch to place second.

March 23rd

BIG DANCE ROUNDUP: A look back and a look ahead at ongoing March Madness

March 23, 2015

Big Dance Round Up and Look Ahead

Last week we gave you a preview of the tournament and some predictions of teams that we felt could make a run to the Final 4. Well, those predictions were way off and the bracket this writer submitted to his friends and a couple websites sits in about 10 millionth place. All the wise guys were talking about Iowa State and Virginia. Those teams won a combined 1 game. Now we are going to go region by region to see what happened and what we can look forward to seeing next weekend.

Midwest Region

PLAYING with the best

March 23, 2015

Columbia City senior Macie Hinen makes a pass in the All-Star Clash at the University of St. Francis on Saturday. Several Whitley County players showed off their talent in the event, which was hosted by Scouting Indiana. See Page A10 for more coverage.

March 20th

AWARDS: CCHS swim team winners

March 20, 2015

Columbia City High School’s swim team presented the following awards at its annual banquet: Carson Miller, Leadership and Most Improved Award; Kellie Frei, Most Improved Award; Maggie Vandersaul, Coaches Award; Rhea Young, Mental Attitude Award; Rylee Hackworth, High Point Award; Matthew Webber, High Point Award; Jon Fix, Coaches Award; Cassie Bosselman, Leadership Award; and Dayne Trump, Mental Attitude Award.

FLYING LEAP: ’Busco jumps into track season, boys win, girls third at East Noble

March 20, 2015

KENDALLVILLE — Churubusco’s boys’ and girls’ track teams traveled to East Noble Thursday evening for a chilly start to the outdoor track and field season. The Eagle boys came away with a win in the triangular meet that featured Churubusco, East Noble and Fort Wayne Bishop Luers. The Eagle boys scored 86 points to outdistance East Noble’s 60, with Bishop Luers coming in third at 20 points.

March 19th

BIDDING FAREWELL: CCHS says goodbye to hoops seniors

March 19, 2015

Columbia City’s boys basketball team is bidding farewell to its seniors after the Eagles’ loss in the regional semifinal game to NorthWood on Saturday afternoon. Pictured with the CCHS senior cheerleaders in the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium, front row, from left: Maura Garza, Cecelia Rentschler and Lauren Barnes. Second row: Andrew Graves, Jake Pettigrew, Kelsey Barker, Megan Gawthrop, Mason Coverstone and Justin Bachelder. Flyer: Courtney Davis. Spotter in the back (not seen): Abby Gottfried.

March 18th

CHEERING ON: Col. City H.S. cheer awards

March 18, 2015

The CCHS 2014-15 basketball season cheerleader banquet was held Sunday. Varsity award winners were (front, from left) Senior captains Courtney Davis and Cecelia Rentschler, both earning Leadership Awards. Back: Cora Saggars, Most Outstanding Cheerleader; Abby Gottfried, Most Valuable Cheerleader; and Dakota Studebaker, Positive Attitude.

SOUTH WHITLEY — Thanks to a terrific effort by Whitko Athletic Director Casey Stouffer to ready the...
ROCHESTER, Mich. — The Whitley County YMCA Rapids swim team had its most successful showing at the...
WEST LAFAYETTE — Track and field athletes from Whitko and Churubusco High Schools took part in the...

 

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