Archive - Sports Article
August 14th, 2014
The Columbia City Diamond Girls warm up their bats before their final game of the summer season at the City Slam Tournament Saturday at Morsches Park. The event, hosted by the Columbia City Park Departmentâ€™s Softball Board, had 10 teams from around the area.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” After an impressive win over Warsaw Monday afternoon, Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team returned to its home course Tuesday evening to host Northeast Hoosier Conference foe Carroll. Though the Lady Eagles posted their best score of the season so far, the NHC powerhouse Lady Chargers took a 185-196 victory at Eagle Glen Golf Course.
Lady Eagle varsity soccer player Hannah Wappes takes control of the ball from a Wawasee opponent during a scrimmage yesterday at Columbia City High Schoolâ€™s Max Gandy Athletic Field.
Columbia City High School held its Mini Cheerleading Camp in the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium. Pictured are the younger participants, along with their CCHS Cheer Camp counselors. Participants in preschool were: Brittan Gowen, Addison Gowen, Chloe Bufkin, Aubrey Hile, Isabelle Lewis, Makenna Miller, Selah DeWitt, Zoe Meyers, Dylin Titus, Lily Rossler, Bianca Stahl, Haleigh Graves, Ella Arnold, Kylee Sheets, Delaney Dee, Clarice Joesph, Charlotte Cormany, Cecylia Lane, Raelyn Lamont, Autum Sery, Caydence Parrett and Alysah Huskey.
WINONA LAKE â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team traveled to Stonehenge Golf Club, historically known to trip up the Lady Eagles, to beat Warsaw 202-206 on a soggy Monday afternoon. After a rain delay, the teams took the course to improve their season record to 2-1.
The Churubusco Junior High Football team was in action Wednesday, preparing for its first game of the season at Garrett High School in Fort Wayne Wednesday, August 27.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s girls golf team picked up its first win of the season Thursday, beating Northrop at Eagle Glen, 200-211. Lady Eagles Athena Arnold and Abby Polanco led the team to the win, with impressive improvements from the teamâ€™s loss in the opening match against Wawasee Tuesday.
Montgomery Goss shows off his new look after being covered in colored powder at the Whitley County YMCA Color Run Monday. The color run was conducted for campers to capstone the Y summer camp season.
Two Columbia City 8th graders were out practicing for the upcoming football season at DeVol field Wednesday with their amateur instructor, a Churubusco High School student. From left: Ethan Garner, 13; Andrew Garner, 14; and their â€˜coachâ€™ 17-year old Dylan Park. Ethan is practicing for the positions of middle linebacker and quarterback; Andrew is hoping to play as a free safety or strong safety. Park is taking a year off of playing for Churubusco, having played tight end and safety last year.