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LADY 'CATS WIN: Play ‘best game of season’

October 15, 2014

GARRETT — Every team wants to be playing its best at the end of the season as it prepares for the playoffs. The Lady ’Cats played what Head Coach Brandy Smith said was the team’s best game of the season, beating the Lady Railroaders 3-1 with scores of 25-23, 25-19, 23-25 and 25-20.

WHITKO FALLS: Central Noble wins in 3 games

October 14, 2014

ALBION — It was unfortunate that on a night in Albion when the Central Noble volleyball team was raising money for breast cancer, it was an illness that played a big factor in a match against Whitko. The Lady Wildcats went in to the match against Central Noble without senior outside hitter Tressa Keim who was out with an illness.

FOOTBALL SECTIONAL: Pairings announced

October 13, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS — The transition into cooler weather and changing leaves welcomes the final push for area football teams — the postseason.

GOAL ACCOMPLISHED: Col. City volleyball wins Whitko Invite

October 13, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — Columbia City’s volleyball team came into Saturday’s Whitko Invitational with two very distinct goals. The first goal was to avenge a loss to the Garrett Lady Railroaders from earlier in the season. The second was to defend their two –time tournament championship. The Lady Eagles accomplished both of those goals, downing the Lady Railroaders in straight games on their way to a pool win and a come-from-behind third straight tournament title.

LADY EAGLES ADVANCE TO REGIONAL: McFarland places in top 10 to move on

October 13, 2014

FORT WAYNE — Columbia City’s girls cross country team, along with male counterpart Andrew McFarland, will be headed to Saturday’s regional meet at West Noble after advancing from the weekend’s sectional at Northrop.

EAGLES TRIUMPH: ’Busco wins 7-6 over West Noble

October 11, 2014

LIGONIER ­– It’s because of games like this that we watch football. No fancy trick plays, no game winning hail marys, just solid nail-biting gridiron action.
The Churubusco Eagles triumphed over the West Noble Chargers 7-6 Friday night. Although the Eagles posted a low score, they would be hard pressed to pick a better played or more exciting game this season.

OVERTIME: Eagles fall to undefeated Chargers in OT

October 11, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — For the past several games, the knock on the Columbia City football team is that it hasn’t been able to put together a complete game, with one half or the other leading to a loss.

Friday night, the Eagles got a taste of what it would be like to put together two solid halves of football.

Columbia City pushed the Class 6A, No. 4-ranked (AP) Carroll Chargers to overtime before falling 41-35 on Senior Night at the Max Gandy Athletic Field.

NEAR-MISS: Wildcats fall to Rochester in title game

October 11, 2014

ROCHESTER — Two Three Rivers Conference undefeated football teams came into Friday night’s game at Rochester and only won came out the winner.

After five conference games, Whitko and Rochester stood strong at the top of the field. Friday night, in a fight for the TRC title, Rochester took a devastating win over the Wildcats, 56-14.

ON TO THE FINALS: Victory over Lady Redskins 1-0

October 10, 2014

Columbia City’s girls soccer team is advancing to the sectional championship match after beating Fort Wayne North Side Thursday night. The first-round game was originally slated for Tuesday, but was postponed to Thursday due to weather. The Lady Eagles beat the Lady Redskins 1-0, with Columbia City’s goal coming from Hannah Wappes (pictured). The sectional final game will be held tonight at Homestead at 5 p.m.

WARNER SETS SCHOOL RECORD: Lady Wildcats start strong; fall to T. Valley

October 9, 2014

SOUTH WHITLEY — The Lady Wildcats fought a hard match against conference rivals Tippecanoe Valley High School Wednesday, falling 3-1. Whitko started the first set strong showing off the gains in communication and fundamentals that it has been developing over the season.

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