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WARSAW – The 2022 season came to an end for the Columbia City High School girls golf team last Friday at the Warsaw Sectional, where the Eagles finished sixth with a team score of 392.

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Friday night saw the Churubusco Eagles playing at home. It was Homecoming, and the Eagles took on Prairie Heights. It was a victorious night for Churubusco, who came away with a solid win 42-0. The first quarter would be where the Eagles took a commanding lead, bringing in 27 points. They wo…

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WATERLOO — Friday night’s NE8 contest between Columbia City and DeKalb wasn’t a contest for long.

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The rain and cold didn't stop the Columbia City Eagles Boys Soccer team from competing Monday night against the New Haven Bulldogs, and it was a night with a significant win. Columbia City took the win with a score of 5-0, earning one in the first and four in the second.

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COLUMBIA CITY – When two evenly matched prep soccer teams get together on the pitch, sometimes a mere 80 minutes of soccer isn’t enough to settle things.

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KENDALLVILLE – The Indiana high school girls golf season is one short affair, starting at the end of July and culminating with the state tournament Sept. 30-Oct. 1.

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DELTA – The Columbia City High School football team dropped a close 21-14 decision on the road at Delta last Friday night.

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COLUMBIA CITY – The Columbia City High School volleyball team has been playing pretty well lately, coming into Monday night’s nonconference match against Carroll with a 4-2 record.

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COLUMBIA CITY – It wasn’t always pretty, but the Columbia City boys soccer team kept its 2022 season mark perfect at 3-0 with a 3-0 win over visiting Marion Tuesday night at home.

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Recently, the Columbia City High School hosted its annual Mini Cheer Camp. It's a chance for the high school cheerleaders and coaches to work with future generations, teaching them the moves, cheers and building excitement for the young cheerleaders in the community.

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Columbia City High School’s recent annual baseball camp was a big success, with 108 campers enjoying four days of skill development and competition. A number of current and former Eagle baseball players were on hand to help out with the event, which was sponsored by Big G’s Sports Café.

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Registration is still open for the Columbia City High School baseball team’s camp, which is slated to begin on Monday, June 27.

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A large group of Columbia City High School football players gathered last week to help assist with cleanup of damage from the huge thunderstorms that rolled through the area Monday night, June 13. Players removed load after load of tree limbs, even having to enter a lake to retrieve some of them!

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Several area prep baseball players will be headed to Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion this weekend to put the uniform on one more time and put an exclamation point on their stellar high school careers.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City softball team finds itself right back in the same spot where the 2021 season ended.

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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.