Archive - Sports Article
May 1st, 2013
CHURUBUSCO â€” What has become a long season for the Churubusco Lady Eagle tennis team continued on Tuesday night as it fell 5-0 to a visiting Angola Lady Hornet team.
The Lady Eagles were only able to pick up one game in the varsity singles contests and that came at the No. 3 slot where senior Kayleen Mitchell fell 6-0, 6-1 to Angolaâ€™s Alyssa Rhoades.
In the No. 1 singles slot, Churubusco sophomore Cheyenne Conner fell 6-0 to the Lady Hornetsâ€™ Kirsten Quandt in the first set and by an identical 6-0 score in the second set.
WABASH â€” Whitkoâ€™s boys golf team came in second in a triangular meet with two TRC-foes at Honeywell Golf Course in Wabash.
Whitko shot 178 for the day, five behind host-Northfield. Manchester scored 196 as a team.
Danny Zawlocki and Cole Bechtold were the top golfers for the Wildcats, each shooting 43. That placed them in a tie for third place, three strokes behind Trae Cole and Braydon Schindler of Northfield, who tied for first at 40.
Other scores for the Wildcats included Colton LeTourneau with 45, Matt Hathaway at 47 and Will Peters shooting 48.
HUNTERTOWN â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s boys track team took home second place at a three-way meet at Carroll Tuesday.
The host Chargers scored 111 to place first. The Eagles had 28 and Bellmont had 27.
Columbia City swept the throwing events. Dakota Goldwood was first in the shot put with a toss of 42 feet, 0.5 inches. Wyatt Larkey took first in the discus with a throw of 139-2.
There were three second-place finishes for the Eagles. Mitchell Maloney was runner-up in the pole vault. Relay-wise, the 3,200-meter team of Seth Kissinger, David Fulk, Evan Van Houten and Evan Harney was second.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Their bats hit hard and often on a sunny Monday evening in the City, as the Columbia City Eagles took a key Northeast Hoosier Conference victory over the visiting Bellmont Braves 18-4 to stay perfect in the NHC in baseball Monday.
The Eagles got the win via the 10-run rule after leading by 14 runs at the conclusion of the top half of the fifth inning.
Columbia City pummeled Bellmontâ€™s pitchers for 18 runs on 13 hits, five of them for extra bases, and five walks.
Not a single Eagle batter struck out in the contest.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Monday nightâ€™s Columbia City Northeast Hoosier Conference softball game against the visiting DeKalb Lady Barons took barely an hour and a half to complete.
With both pitchers limiting the offensive opportunities for both teams, the contest would come down to any miscues in the field.
Unfortunately for the Lady Eagles, three errors accounted directly for Lady Baron runs as DeKalb handed the Lady Eagles a 4-0 loss.
Two errors put the Lady Eagles in a hole in the first inning.
MENTONE â€” Whitkoâ€™s softball team lost the championship game of the Tippecanoe Valley Invitational Saturday.
The Lady Wildcats fell to Northwestern by a score of 10-0 in six innings.
Emily Weigold and Kennedy Hart got the lone pair of hits for Whitko.
From the circle, Aly Nicodemus took the loss but allowed just one earned run to Northwestern.
In the first game of the tournament, Whitko defeated its TRC rival, host Tippecanoe Valley.
The Lady Wildcats beat the Lady Vikings, 13-3.
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COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s baseball team split a doubleheader with West Noble Saturday, giving the Eagles a 5-2 record on the year.
Columbia City lost the morning game 12-10, and then took the second game 12-2 in five innings.
In game one, the visiting Chargers put up eight runs in the first two innings, while the Eagles only managed one. West Nobleâ€™s biggest lead in the game was eight, when the Chargers were up 10-2 after four innings.
KENDALLVILLE â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s girls track team won the East Noble Relays for the sixth year in a row on Saturday.
The Lady Eagles won the invitational by a close 15 points.
â€śIt was a close meet the entire day,â€ť Columbia City Head Coach Bob Fahl said. â€śIt came down the the last race. It was a great display of effort by so many young ladies.â€ť
The team was led by Kalisha Goree, who was named the John Reed Relays MVP.
Goree won the long jump and 100-meter hurdles, and placed fourth in the high jump, behind teammate Carlee Hearld who won the event.
PONETO â€” Whitkoâ€™s baseball team took two lopsided wins over Southern Wells Saturday.
The Wildcats won the first game 13-3, and the second 15-4.
In game one, Hunter Sroufe batted 3-for-3, scored four runs, including a home run, and had two RBIs.
Wyatt Wolf pitched all five innings with four strike outs. He gave up one earned run, three hits and two walks.
Sroufe, along with Ethan Nicodemus, picked up the opening runs for the â€™Cats off a single by Zach Snep.