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Whitko track and field teams remain unbeaten atop TRC

April 27, 2011

   NORTH MANCHESTER — The 2011 Three Rivers Conference schedule has been an unbeaten streak not seen by just one track and field team at Whitko but two. 
   Tuesday, both traveled to Manchester and came away with two more wins to remain perfect.
   The boys squad came away blowing away the field. Whitko scored 123 points on eight wins while    Manchester finished a distant second with 74 points and Northfield following at 32 points.

Fairfield bests ’Busco

April 27, 2011

   GOSHEN — Anyone in the North East Corner Conference knows there is no love lost between Churubusco and Fairfield when it comes to any sport let along track and field.
   Tuesday, the two came together for a showdown of the conference’s best teams.
   Both took a lopsided win over Angola on the boys side. Churubusco won 98-33.

’Cats squander lead, fall 7-3

April 27, 2011

   SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko (7-6) was able to brave the weather Tuesday  couldn’t fight off Triton (4-3) four-run fifth-inning rally falling to the Trojans 7-3 at home.

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Eagles drop meet at New Haven

April 27, 2011

Adam Bernhard finished second in the 3200-meter run Tuesday but the Columbia City boys’ track and field team fell in a three-way meet at New Haven that also included East Noble. The Eagles were third with 25.5 points behind New Haven who fell to the Knights 73-68.5.

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Columbia City flies high in Turtletown

April 25, 2011

   CHURUBUSCO — Another weekend in the Indiana high school girls’ track and field season had another title go home with Columbia City.
   Saturday, the Lady Eagles claimed their second consecutive weekend title at the Churubusco Turtletown Invitational.
   The Lady Eagles beat Warsaw in the large school “Gold” division with 23.5 points to spare, 115.5-88.

Wildcats run second to Falcons at Goshen Relays

April 25, 2011

   GOSHEN — Whitko boys’ track head coach Ron Cherry called it a total team effort after his Wildcats went to the Goshen Relays Saturday.
   A total of 102 points was the most Whitko had ever scored at the event.
   Despite the showing, the Wildcats came home runner-up to Fairfield in the class B division.

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’Busco takes title as host

April 25, 2011

   CHURUBUSCO — “It’s probably the best girls meet I’ve ever been a part of.”
   That’s all Churubusco girls’ track head coach Zack Dock could say after his Lady Eagles owned the Turtletown Invitational Saturday.
   For the first time since 1991, Churubusco came away as the top team at its own weekend invitational.

Kessie picked for IBCA scholarship

April 22, 2011

   The Indiana Basketball Coaches Association awards two scholarships a year in the name of Pat Aikman.
   One of those comes from Whitley County.
   The Whitko Lady Wildcats’ senior captain Rachelle Kessie was the recipient of scholarship along side Huntington North’s Kyle Bradburn.

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Ugly win first for ’Busco

April 22, 2011

   LIGONIER — The old adage says that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”
   For the Churubusco Lady Eagle softball team, even winning ugly has its charm, as the Lady Eagles worked out of several jams to grab their first win of the season 6-3 over host West Noble Thursday.

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Senior supremacy lifts City

April 22, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — It was nearly a month after Columbia City boys’ track and field was supposed to have its home opener but Thursday turned into a night of big wins, personal records and honoring seven seniors.
   Seniors like thrower Jordan Chapple helped the Eagles open at home on senior night with a convincing 98-34 win over Manchester.

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