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April 30, 2014

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Whitko softball drops contest to Manchester Tuesday, 7-2

April 30, 2014

On a wild blustery night, it was the Whitko Lady Wildcat offense that went cold as they fell behind early and could never catch up as they lost 7-2 to the visiting Manchester Lady Squires Tuesday night.

In the top of the first inning, the visitors jumped on top quickly.
A single by senior shortstop Sydney Snep loaded the bases for the Lady Squires.

’Busco baseball grabs NECC win

April 30, 2014

Churubusco’s baseball team held on for a win over Eastside Tuesday night, 3-2.

The win improves the Eagles’ record to 10-4.

After scoreless first and second innings, Churubusco picked up three runs in the bottom of the third to take a 3-0 lead.

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Eagle golf picks up win

April 30, 2014

Churubusco’s golf team traveled to Cherry Hill Golf Course to take on Blackhawk Christian Tuesday night.

The Eagles grabbed a close win, 135-139, with strong performances from several linksters.

Churubusco was led by Brad Martin with 44 strokes.

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Lady Eagles fall 11-0 to Eastside

April 30, 2014

Churubusco’s Lady Eagle Softball team hosted Eastside Tuesday night, falling 11-0 in a difficult game.

Courtney Luttman started on the mound for the Lady Eagles, and retired from the game after Eastside tacked on five runs.

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Col. City boys track competes at Goshen Relays

April 29, 2014

Columbia City’s boys track team took the long trip to Goshen Saturday to compete against 24 other teams in a relay invitational.

The Eagles placed 13th overall, and Head Coach Krystal Walker-Zoltek was pleased with the team’s performance.

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Lady Eagles win own invitational

April 29, 2014

Following the precedent set by their male counterparts last week, Churubusco’s girls track team won the Turtle Town Invitational Saturday in Churubusco.

Whitko’s girls squad placed second behind the Lady Eagles. Columbia City’s girls also competed, taking third in a separate division.

This year’s meet marks the third year in a row Whitko placed in the top two out of 12 teams.

Whitko golf takes sixth in invite

April 29, 2014

Whitko hosted 12 teams in its own golf invitational Saturday at Sycamore Golf Club in North Manchester.

John Glen High School took the invite title with 316 strokes. Whitko placed sixth with 335 strokes.

Other teams that competed include Wawasee (328), Northfield (330), LaVille (334), Tippecanoe Valley (334), Fairfield (342), Manchester (379), Central Noble (394), New Prairie (398), West Noble (404) and Wabash (409).

Whitko softball competes in Wawasee tournament

April 29, 2014

Whitko’s softball team traveled to Syracuse for the Wawasee Invitational Saturday. In the opening game, the Lady Wildcats faced South Bend Clay.

Despite a close start to the game, South Bend Clay pulled away with a 9-3 win.

Whitko was led by Hanna Yohe offensively with two hits. Aly Nicodemus pitched the whole game, giving up five earned runs, striking out four and walking none.

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