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LOCAL SPORTS BRIEFS

September 27, 2013

’Busco scores victory

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s volleyball team picked up a home win against Fort Wayne Canterbury Thursday.

’Busco beat Canterbury in four games, 23-25, 25-23, 25-20 and 25-22.

For the season, the Lady Eagles now have a 9-10 record.

Danielle Pippenger led Churubusco statistically in several categories. She paced the Lady Eagles in kills with eight, blocks with three and digs with 19.

Alisha Farner led the team in aces with four. Lacey Pulley was the assist leade with 29.

Churubusco will head to the South Side Invite Saturday.

Before the match, Pulley was honored for being the school’s all-time leader in assists.

Lady Eagles fall to South Side

FORT WAYNE — Columbia City’s girls soccer team fell to Fort Wayne South Side Thursday.

The Lady Eagles lost to the Lady Archers 4-1.

Shila Tolliver knocked in the one goal for Columbia City. For the season, Tolliver is the Lady Eagles’ goal leader with five.

The defeat drops Columbia City to 2-10. The Lady Eagles host Whitko Tuesday.

Spartans sweep Col. City

FORT WAYNE — Columbia City’s boys tennis team was swept by Homestead Thursday, 5-0.

For the Spartans, they clinched the Northeast Hoosier Conference championship with the victory.

In No. 1 singles, Columbia City’s Niko Rongos suffered just his third loss of the year, falling to Homestead’s Mitch Gray 6-1, 6-2.

At No. 2 singles, Blake Fearnow of Columbia City lost to Jordan Andrews, 6-2, 6-4.

At No. 3 singles, Dillon Reed of Columbia City lost 6-0, 6-0 to Sang Jun Park of Homestead.

In doubles action, Matt and McKade Kennedy lost at No. 1 doubles for the Eagles, 6-0, 6-0, and the Spartans took the No. 2 doubles match by forfeit.

Columbia City hosts Fort Wayne Northrop Tuesday.

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