CHURUBUSCO — After seeing its longest winning streak under head coach Michael McBride fall last week to Westview, Churubusco could have seen the season take a turn for the worse.
However, this season is different for the Eagles with a ban of five seniors making a difference.
“Losing last week to Westview was a tough loss for us,” McBride noted. “Practice needless to say has been intense. We needed to get back to doing some things we did prior and I think we did that tonight.
KENDALLVILLE — With the Indiana high school wrestling sectionals just a little over three weeks away the Columbia City Eagles began the second half of their season by traveling to Northeast Hoosier Conference foe, East Noble Wednesday.
The Eagles ran into a veteran Knight team and came out on the short end of a 59-10 score.
The Knights, who Columbia City coach Blane Culp described as “by far the third best team in the conference” claimed 11 of 12 contested matches with each team picking up a forfeit win.
HUNTINGTON — The Columbia City wrestling team traveled south to Huntington North to take part in the 10 team Weston Close Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Huntington North High School Thursday. With scoring done on an individual basis, senior Justin Trigg led the Eagles to an eighth-place finish by placing third in the 140 pound weight class.
COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Lady Eagles used strong first and fourth quarters and a sterling performance from the free throw line to take the night cap of the NHC/ACAC Challenge winning 54-38 over a Garrett Lady Railroaders team that entered the day undefeated.
DENVER — The holidays have been good to Whitko basketball. Thursday it has the chance to get even better.
Wednesday, Whitko boys’ and girls’ basketball teams used a win in the first day of the Miami County Tournament to advance to the championship game.
For the second time this season, the Lady Wildcats (6-6) used a lopsided victory over host North Miami. After winning 72-31 on Dec. 4, Whitko beat the Lady Warriors 60-35 Wednesday.
COLUMBIA CITY — Heading into the holiday break, Columbia City boys’ basketball was reeling from its second loss of the season to Wawasee.
During the break, the Eagles (6-2) left 2010 behind on a good note. Tuesday’s Columbia City Shoot-out had the host come away as one of two teams undefeated on the day at 2-0.
CHURUBUSCO — Hey, give five, five-five dollars, ten now twenty, sold.
The bidding war is stirring back up for Churubusco baseball with its annual chili supper that provides Eagles family and fans to take home their own piece of the program’s history.
The third installment of the annual feast takes place before the Jan. 7 Churubusco boys’ home basketball game. Fans enjoy the taste of warm chili in the cold winter months while an auction takes place for a piece of ’Busco past baseball glory.