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Lady Eagles shut down in title rematch

April 13, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City softball’s 2010 season ended with a loss to Wawasee in the sectional championship.
   Tuesday, the Lady Eagles opened the 2011 the same way with a 2-0 loss at home to the Lady Warriors.

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Team depth carries City to win over Spartans

April 13, 2011

   The Columbia City Lady Eagle track and field team continued its success against quality teams with an 84-40 win over the visiting Homestead Lady Spartans Tuesday.
   The Lady Eagles claimed wins in 12 of 16 events in the win.

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’Busco boys top Westview; girls given first loss

April 13, 2011

   CHURUBUSCO — Four Eagle athletes worked to score 45 of Churubusco’s 80 points in their 80-52 boys track win over Westview at home Tuesday night.
   Kyle Monk (14), Kyle Mathewson (13), Josh LeFever (11) and Jeremy Forker (10), all scored in double digits to lead their team to victory.

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Columbia City opens season with clean sweep

April 13, 2011

   OSSIAN — It was a clean sweep to open the season for the Columbia City girls’ tennis team.
   On the road for not only the season opener, the Lady Eagles squared off in their first Northeast Hoosier Conference match at Norwell.
   Taking each match in two sets, Columbia City swept the Lady Knights 5-0 to open the season 1-0.

’Busco edged in pitcher’s dual

April 13, 2011

   CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s Lady Eagles softball fell short by one run in their season opener against Fairfield Tuesday night.
   Despite their home-field advantage, the young Lady Eagles lost a pitcher’s dual 2-1 to the Lady Falcons.

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Falcons bats double Eagles 12-6

April 13, 2011

Churubusco senior pitcher Dylan Herendeen delivers from the mound during the Eagles 12-6 home loss to Fairfield Tuesday. ’Busco posted six runs on 15 hits but allowed allowed nine earned runs and struggled in the field with six errors. Darin Hochsteler led the Fairfield attack with three home runs in the game.

Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

CC volleyball wins at home

April 13, 2011

Columbia City boys’ volleyball club libero Devin Moore returns a serve Tuesday at home. Moore and the Eagles won 25-17, 25-22, 25-21 over Wapahani Raiders.

Post & Mail photo / Mark Parker
 

Eagles dealt loss in home debut

April 13, 2011

Columbia City head baseball coach Zac Bireley, right, talks with Connor Reed (5) as Jacob Johnson (9) prepares to go to bat. The Eagles fell in their home opener Tuesday 10-6 to Fort Wayne North Side.

Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

Hazelet continues family tradition at next level

April 11, 2011

   COLUMBIA CITY — Two golfers named Hazelet have gone through Columbia City girls’ golf and two have now moved on to the collegiate level.
   Monday, Columbia City senior Rachel Hazelet followed the same path as her older sister. Hazelet signed  her letter of intent to play women’s golf at the University of Saint Francis.
   As a Lady Eagle senior, Hazelet served as head coach Jim Thompson’s No. 1 golfer and example for his future golfers.

Errors plague Eagles opener at Concordia

April 11, 2011

   FORT WAYNE — Saturday’s baseball game between the Columbia City Eagles and the Concordia Cadets was definitely not the season home-opener that new Columbia City head coach Zac Bireley had  hoped for.  
   First of all, wet conditions on the Columbia City field forced a move to Concordia’s field at Zollner Field.  Second, seven Columbia City errors led to a 9-2 loss to the Cadets.

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