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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco senior Cal Ostrowski will be a part of Ivy Tech’s last baseball team next season as he signed with the Fort Wayne community college on Tuesday afternoon.

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CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco High School track and field program will be holding its 12th annual youth track camp from May 25-27 for Churubusco students who will be entering grades 1-8 next school year.

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NEW HAVEN – It’s been a different kind of track and field season for northeast Indiana teams in 2022, with inclement weather washing out numerous meets due to a winter that just couldn’t seem to quit the area.

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NEW HAVEN – It’s been a different kind of track and field season for northeast Indiana teams in 2022, with inclement weather washing out numerous meets due to a winter that just couldn’t seem to quit the area.

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FORT WAYNE – The Columbia City High School softball team found itself in unfamiliar territory Friday night, April 29 in its nonconference game at FW Northrop.

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COLUMBIA CITY – It was a short night at the ballpark for the Columbia City High School softball team Thursday night April 21 at home, as the Eagles shut out Bishop Luers, 10-0 in a contest halted after five innings due to the 10-run rule.

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COLUMBIA CITY – It’s usually a fun night at the softball diamond when Columbia City and Whitko get together: Many of the players on both teams know each other from travel softball, and then, of course, there’s the Whitley County bragging rights to contend with.

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Columbia City’s baseball team improved to 2-0 on the young 2022 season Monday night with a 13-2 win on the road at Wayne.

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LIGONIER – Whitko High School’s girls tennis team got the 2022 season off on a winning note Monday night with a 5-0 sweep of West Noble in a nonconference meet.

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Recently the cheerleading coaches of Columbia City High School hosted an awards banquet. It took place on March 8. Receiving awards (from left to right): Izzy Lane, Reagan Wilson, Mikayla Cochran, Serenity Wireman, Maggie Kauffman, Calli Wireman and Kaylee Rouleau.

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Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass girls basketball players have earned IBCA/Franciscan Health “Supreme 15” All-State honors for 2021-22, it was announced Tuesday (March 1).

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MIDDLEBURY–The Columbia City Eagles never trailed in a game they won 57-52 over the Northridge Raiders on Saturday night at Northridge Middle School.

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CHURUBUSCO- The Churubusco High School boys basketball team got out to a pretty good start at home Friday night against NECC rival Fairfield: The Eagles blitzed out to an early advantage and led 17-5 at the first stop.

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COLUMBIA CITY –The Columbia City Eagles upset class 3A No. 2 Leo 59-55 on Saturday night at Columbia City High School. With the win, that gave Norwell the NE8 title as Leo lost their bid for a co-championship, falling on the road. The Eagles will tie for second in league play with a 5-2 mark…

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Columbia City High School (CCHS) Senior Cole Mosier signed up with Ball State University Wednesday morning to play football. Cole is a three-year starter, a multiple all-conference recipient, and most recently an Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) regional all-star recipient. Pictur…

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HUNTINGTON–The 19th ranked Columbia City Lady Eagles fell to the state’s No. 1 ranked team the Homestead Spartans 62-51 in the Class 4A Sectional No. 6 at Huntington North’s Arena on Friday night. The Spartans advance to the championship game on Saturday night at 7:30, again at North Arena.

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HUNTINGTON –The Columbia City Lady Eagles advanced to the Sectional semifinals as they cruised past New Haven 70-14 on Tuesday night at North Arena in Huntington.

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AUBURN — The sectional is in the back of every swimmer’s mind, but DeKalb and Columbia City kept themselves busy battling it out in a dual meet Wednesday at the YMCA of DeKalb County.

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FORT WAYNE –The 11th ranked Homestead Spartans came out of the gates firing as they defeated the Columbia City Eagles 74-37 on Tuesday night at Homestead High School.

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FREMONT — In a rematch from Friday that saw Churubusco defeat Fremont by four, the Eagles in black and gold beat the Eagles in black and red once again, 53-47 to win their first NECC tournament game since the 2014-15 season.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City girls basketball team has big aspirations this season will try to achieve their goals with a good mix of seniors and underclassmen.

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It was the Homecoming game for New Haven Friday night and saw them competing against the Columbia City Eagles. To CCHS' dismay, the Bulldogs kept the win with an overwhelming lead, scoring 21 points to zero. New Haven got on the scoreboard near the nine minute mark of the first quarter. They…

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Columbia City—The Columbia City Eagles racked up 609 yards in a 51-28 Homecoming victory over Dekalb on Friday night at Columbia City High School. It was the home team getting off to a hot start just 4:17 into the game when Ethan Sievers scored on a five-yard touchdown run and with Garrett K…

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It was a perfect night for football Friday night when the Columbia City Eagles traveled to take on the Huntington North Vikings. The Eagles took an impressive lead in the end, scoring 41 to Huntington North's 21. Columbia City was the first to score  in the first quarter, but Huntington Nort…

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It was an exciting and high scoring game Friday night when the Columbia City High School Eagles traveled to Decatur to take on the Bellmont Braves. Scores in the first half were tied at 7-7, with Columbia City the first to score. Bellmont scored first in the second quarter, but Columbia City…

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Ben Kuhmichel in earlier action this season. The CCHS tennis team took home the win Sept. 2 against Norwell.

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Noah Finefrock placed second in his group at the Dekalb Invitational, earning him a trophy.

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Banned sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson was not on the Olympic roster released Tuesday by USA Track and Field, a decision that means the American champion's positive test for marijuana will cost her a chance at running on the relay team in Tokyo, in addition to her spot in the 100-meter individ…