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Whitko takes care of ‘Buszness’

April 29, 2011

Whitko hurdler Brent Busz clears the first hurdle during his win in the 110-meter high hurdles against Columbia City Thursday. Busz also finished second in the high jump as the Wildcats beat the Eagles 88-44. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   SOUTH WHITLEY — There was no mistake about it Thursday’s Whitley County track and field meet.
   It’s a rivalry.
   “To be honest this is a bit of a rival,” Whitko head coach Ron Cherry. “I think our kids took a lot of pride in winning tonight.”
   While Columbia City girls’ track enjoyed a win for the visitors, the Wildcats doubled up the Eagles squad 88-44.

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