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July 7th, 2014

July 3rd

NEW FACES: Two major athletic positions filled

July 3, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY — Openings have been filled in two major positions in Whitley County athletics.

Whitko recently named a new head boys basketball coach, and Columbia City’s new football coach is set to take the field this fall.

MAGICAL GREEN: Buddies take in a round.

July 3, 2014

Columbia City — Taking advantage of the cool weather and sunny skies, golfers Norberto Forero, Tom, Ryan, and Dave Cotterman took in a round of golf at Magic Hills Golf Course in Columbia City on Thursday.

July 2nd

GOLF AWARDS: Col. City boys annual banquet

July 2, 2014

Columbia City’s boys golf team held its annual awards banquet last weekend. Award winners were, from left: Trent Murphy, Devol Award and Coach’s Award; Spencer Klimek, MVP; Tyler Green, Season Low Average; Luke Taylor, Most Improved; Max Dryer, Mental Attitude Award. Freshman Numerals winners include Evan and Ryan Kumfer. Reserve Letter Winners: Evan Kumfer, Ryan Kumfer, Matt Kumfer, Gavin Parish, Luke Taylor and Rob Wood. Varsity Letter winners include Murphy, Matt Benedict, Green, Klimek and Cameron Slavich.

July 1st

SUMMER SWIMMERS: Stingrays win in Fort Wayne

July 1, 2014

FORT WAYNE — Columbia City’s summer swim team, the Stingrays, picked up a win at the Leigh Ann Palmer Invitational in Fort Wayne June 21.
The squad placed first over 13 other Northeast Indiana teams.

June 23rd

YOOOOU'RE OUT:Tourneys start this week

June 23, 2014

Columbia City’s youth baseball league is beginning tournament action this week at Morsches Park.

June 20th

CITY LEADERS: Columbia City softball touts top players

June 21, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City girls softball team celebrated the 2014 season Wednesday night at the Columbia City High School cafeteria.

June 19th

COX STEPPING DOWN: Bids farewell to Col. City

June 19, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Just as the measure of any teacher is not reflected in any set of test scores, the measure of a coach is not reflected in any won-loss ledger —his place in history lies in the hearts and minds of the players that he has coached, and the assistants that he has worked with.

Columbia City Softball Head Coach Steve Cox ended a 20-year coaching career with the Lady Eagles Wednesday night at the CCHS auditorium.
The former players and assistant coaches were universal in their appraisal of Cox.

June 18th

Tri-lakes Baptist Church is playing host to a slew of youngsters this week for its High Power...
Columbia City resident Adam Neely is on a mission to preserve local lakes. Neely has been...
Columbia City High School is hosting a camp for aspiring cheerleaders. The camp is led by the high...

 

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