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’Busco revenge comes in night of records

October 23, 2010

   CHURUBUSCO — It’s funny how sports presents second chances.
   A new season and new brackets drawn up for the 2010 sectional round, Churubusco (9-1) had the same team welcoming them into the playoffs.
   Last season, Adams Central (7-3) was moving on to the semifinal round after scoring 20 unanswered points against the Eagles.

Bremen moves past ’Cats in OT

October 23, 2010

   BREMEN — Heroes are made in the postseason, and Bremen’s Braxton Miller became one in Friday night’s Sectional 26 opener.
   After a Whitko field goal to start overtime, Miller’s three-yard touchdown gave Bremen a 20-14 victory to put the Lions in the second round against Fairfield, a 45-0 winner over Woodlan.
   “It’s just too much, and the crowd just went wild,” Miller said of his game-winning score. “It’s just overwhelming. It’s awesome.”

Route of Barons keeps City season alive

October 23, 2010

   COLUMBIA CITY — There were no surprises Friday night for the Eagles as they took on a winless DeKalb team, picking up a 41-21 win earning a trip to the second round of the sectional tournament.
   The Barons came into Friday night’s game averaging just seven points a game and only 63 points on the season.
   Though DeKalb tripled their average,  it wasn’t enough to defeat the Eagles.
   Columbia City jumped out to a quick 13-0 lead in the first eight minutes of the game.

Rivalry goes to high stakes

October 22, 2010

   AKRON — Columbia City and Whitko, volleyball teams that are just miles apart, took the road for Tippecanoe Valley Thursday night for a four-game battle.
   The Lady Wildcats showed their determination after suffering two previous losses to Columbia City, but faced a 3-1 defeat.
   “We knew they would be out to get us”, Lady Eagle Head Coach Trish Hinen said.
   The beginning of game one was a close battle, with the score tied 7-7.

Young Eagles end rebuilding season

October 22, 2010

   GARRETT — Coming into the 2010 volleyball season, Churubusco knew what they had to deal with.
   Losing five seniors, two of which were all-conference selections, the Lady Eagles were in the midst of a rebuilding period within the program.
   New head coach Trinda Goings added to the changes happening at ’Busco. After some time away from coaching, Goings returned with a young team and a work in progress.

Gridiron Preview: Sectional week one

October 21, 2010

   Whitley County's three teams all head into the postseason with a conference title and an 8-1 record. Columbia City hosts a winless DeKalb team. ’Busco gets a rematch of their first round loss to Adams Central at home. Whitko hits the road to Bremen.

DeKalb at No. 8 Columbia City

Seniors lead list for All-NHC

October 20, 2010

   The high school soccer season might be over the Columbia City teams but the honors are still rolling in.
   Both Eagles squads were led throughout the season by their seniors and that was recognized in the All-Northeast Hoosier Conference selections.
   Monday, Columbia City had six seniors and eight players between its girls’ and boys’ squads make the list of the NHC’s best.
   The selected players are voted upon by the eight coaches in the NHC.

Harlem Ambassadors charity game

October 20, 2010

   Churubusco High School entertained a crowd of a few hundred Tuesday night in a charity basketball game. Sponsored by the Churubusco Chamber of Commerce, the game featured a local ’Busco team against the traveling Harlem Ambassadors. The night featured four quarters of high flying dunks along with activities for the youth between quarters. Right, Eagles boys’ basketball coach Mike McBride dribbles down court.

Slain steps down as CC coach

October 18, 2010

   Monday marked two weeks until the first Indiana high school wrestling practice.
   That same day, the Columbia City program also found out its was without a head coach.
   At Whitley County Consolidated Schools board meeting Monday, two-year coach Jeff Slain had his resignation approved by school board members.
   Slain replaced former head coach Randy Kearby in 2008.
   Columbia City athletic director Geoff Penrod confirmed the resignation was turned in early last week by Slain.

Marathon gets tweaks for second run

October 18, 2010

   This time a year ago, Veterans Marathon officials weren’t sure what they had with the inaugural 26.2 mile run throughout Whitley County.
   After roughly 400 runners came out in mid November in 2009, small improvements are being made for an estimated field that race director Gary Bird expects to more than double in its second year.
   “We definitely picked up where our issues were,” Bird noted. “We’ve addressed those for this year and made some changes.”

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