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Eagles blow past Bellmont, 52-27: Bachelder nets 21 in sectional opener

March 5, 2014

OSSIAN — Columbia City’s boys basketball team lived to play another day Tuesday night with an impressive 52-27 win over Bellmont in the sectional opener at Norwell.

After only topping the Braves 39-38 in the regular season, the Eagles took a lopsided victory Tuesday, building on their lead throughout the game to pull ahead.

Columbia City took a 15-7 advantage in the first quarter, with points from its top three scorers — Brachen Hazen (6) Mason Coverstone (6) and Justin Bachelder — including three 3-pointers.

Whitley County girls teams fall in sectional title games

February 16, 2014

Columbia City's girls basketball team and Whitko's girls basketball team both fell in Class 3A sectional championships Saturday.

Columbia City lost to Norwell, 74-61, and Whitko lost to NorthWood, 56-47.

Churubusco's girls basketball team lost a Class 2A sectional semifinal Friday night to Fort Wayne Canterbury, 82-46.

Read more about Saturday's championship games in the Monday edition of The Post & Mail.

’Busco grabs win over Hamilton

February 14, 2014

HAMILTON — Churubusco’s boys basketball team picked up its second win in three games Thursday night, topping Hamilton on the road, 46-37.
Hamilton jumped out to a 13-6 lead in the first quarter, but the Eagles worked their way back into the game in the second quarter, outscoring the Marines 16-10 to make the score 23-22 in favor of Hamilton at halftime.

The Eagles mounted on their comeback in the third quarter, topping Hamilton 8-4 to take the lead, 30-27, going into the fourth quarter.

Freshman Eagles face third loss

February 14, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s freshman boys basketball team played its make-up game with Carroll Wednesday night in Columbia City.
The Eagles were handed their third loss of the season, falling 51-38 to the Chargers.
Carroll took a 34-16 advantage at halftime, after several Columbia City shots weren’t falling.
The high-scorer for the Eagles was Jordan Bechtold, with four 3-pointers and a final tally of 18 points.
Rob Wood scored eight points.
Andrew Jagger added a 3-pointer of his own to go with his five points.

Norwell drops Col. City, 60-47, in Ossian

February 10, 2014

OSSIAN — Saturday night’s weather wasn’t the only inhospitable thing, as the Columbia City boys’ basketball team traveled to Norwell for a Northeast Hoosier Conference match-up.

The Eagles fell behind early to a Norwell squad that held the Eagles to eight first-quarter points and maintained control throughout the contest, on the way to handing Columbia City a 60-47 loss.

The Eagles fell behind early in the first quarter, as the host Knights came out firing with two threes from David Vogel on individual moves against the Eagle defense.

11 county grapplers head to semi-state

February 10, 2014

HUNTERTOWN — Eleven Whitley County wrestlers cleared the second hurdle on the way to a possible individual wrestling state championship.

Columbia City led the way, advancing six of its seven Carroll Regional qualifiers to next Saturday’s Fort Wayne Semi-State. Churubusco will have four wrestlers in semi-state competition, while Whitko advanced one wrestler.

Columbia City took third as a team, being nudged out of second in the last bout of the day by Leo, the New Haven sectional champion.

Richter qualifies for state in swim; Bosselman named best coach in sectional

February 10, 2014

WARSAW — For the first time in a few years, a Columbia City girls swimmer for the IHSAA state swim meet.

Senior Andrea Richter took home first place in the 100-yard butterfly in the sectional in a time of 1:00.53.

With the win, Richter received one of the 20 automatic berths to the state meet that goes to each sectional’s champion.

The honors kept coming for the Lady Eagles. Head Coach Debi Bosselman was named coach of the year for the sectional.

She piloted Columbia City to a fifth-place finish, with the Lady Eagles rolling up 225 points.

Lady Eagles end regular season with loss

February 8, 2014

HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s girls basketball team fell just short of a win on its final game of the regulator season Friday night.

After not going to school most of the week due to weather and Friday’s power outage, the Lady Eagles traveled to Huntington North Friday for a game that was rescheduled from Thursday.

The despite a fourth-quarter rally by Columbia City, the Lady Vikings prevailed, 49-42.

The Lady Eagles took a 10-7 lead in the first quarter, but let Huntington North go on a run in the second quarter. The Lady Vikings outscored Columbia City 17-9 in the second.

Wildcats take final TRC win of season

February 8, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko’s girls basketball team picked up its last Three Rivers Conference win of the season Friday night, topping Northfield 50-46 Friday night.

After a back-and-forth battle between the rivals, Whitko pulled out on top in the final minutes, forcing Northfield to foul, and scoring 5-of-7 from the charity stripe to take the win.

In a low-scoring first quarter, the Wildcats pulled ahead with a 3-pointer at the buzzer by Brianna Cumberland to make the score 8-6.

Eagles drop tight contest to Lakers

February 8, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s boys basketball team failed to make it two wins in three games when it fell to Lakeland Friday.

The Eagles had defeated Central Noble last week, then fell on the road to Angola Monday. Friday, ’Busco was edged out at home 48-44 by the visiting Lakers.

The Eagles now hold a 2-12 record and are 2-4 in the NECC.

It was a tight contest that was tied at halftime, 19-19. Churubusco had a shot at the end to tie, but missed, and left Lakeland to shoot free throws.

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