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SOUTH WHITLEY — Churubusco head coach David Goodwell won his first Whitley County rivalry game in prime fashion on Saturday afternoon, defeating Whitko 62-34.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Last season was a year of “lasts” as Columbia City closed out its final seasons in the Donald S. Weeks Gymnasium.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco volleyball player Mallory Spahr was named first-team all-conference for volleyball in the Northeast Corner Conference.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s girls basketball team opened the season with a victory at Lakewood Park on Thursday, Nov. 5, 59-46.

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HUNTINGTON — A Columbia City cross country runner is headed for the state finals in Terre Haute this weekend after qualifying out of the New Haven semi-state last weekend.

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BOURBON — All the pieces started coming together for Churubusco as the Eagles found a way to work against a tough Triton defense and hang onto the ball in slippery, cold conditions.

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KENDALLVILLE — The Columbia City Eagles were out to avenge an earlier loss to East Noble as the two teams battled in the Class 4A Sectional quarterfinal on Friday in Kendallville.

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CHURUBUSCO — Fairfield concluded its dominating regular season play with a 24-6 victory over Churubusco on Friday, improving to 8-0 and finishing with an undefeated record against Northeast Corner Conference opponents.

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LIGONIER — Area cross country teams get a significant upgrade in competition when they are joined by the best Fort Wayne has to offer in a regional meet.

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LIGONIER — Columbia City's boys and girls cross country members competed at the West Noble Regional in Ligonier on Saturday. 

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OSSIAN — The Columbia City Eagles went into their regular season finale with Norwell looking a win before heading into sectional play and break a two-game slide.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Eagles, who were coming off their first loss of the season a week earlier to East Noble, were still in a position to control their own destiny in the NE8 race as they took on a tough Leo team Friday night at home.

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LIGONIER — The Churubusco defense came into Friday night’s game at West Noble with one goal — stopping Charger senior Gustavo Taylor.

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KENDALLVILLE — The Columbia City Eagles took their undefeated 6-0 record on the road Friday night, suffering their first loss of the season by falling 27-10 to the home-standing East Noble Knights.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The sectional pairings for the 49th annual Indiana High School Athletic Association Volleyball State Tournament were announced on Sunday evening.

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HUNTINGTON — There was one last chance before cross country’s postseason begins, and Columbia City made the most of it Saturday in the Northeast 8 Conference meet on the Huntington University course.

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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Westview’s boys cross country team unleashed its postseason plan upon the Northeast Corner Conference Saturday morning at Prairie Heights to win the conference meet.

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HUNTINGTON — Churubusco’s and Columbia City’s cross country teams faired well at the annual New Haven Cross Country Classic, which was held at Huntington University this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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We’ve taken another hit this week with another team missing weeks of play. The Fremont-Churubusco game scheduled last week was canceled. Fremont will be quarantined for the next two weeks and hopes to return Week 9 against Wes-Del.

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CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco community is mourning the loss of one of its own — a 12-year-old Churubusco Junior High student, following a tragic death at the schools last week.

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HUNTINGTON — Churubusco’s cross country team faired well at the annual New Haven Cross Country Classic, which was held at Huntington University this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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KENDALLVILLE — One team was going to come away with their first Northeast 8 Conference win on Monday.

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FREMONT — Fremont Community Schools announced Friday afternoon that tonight’s varsity football game against Churubusco has been postponed due to a COVID-19 precaution.

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LIGONIER — West Noble’s Chuck Schlemmer Memorial Cross Country Invitational took place for the 50th year on Saturday. DeKalb teams led the area in both high school varsity races, finishing seventh in the girls’ meet and ninth in the boys’ meet.

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WATERLOO — In a game controlled by the DeKalb offense, it was Columbia City’s offense that came up big at the right time as the Eagles won 13-12 in overtime at Cecil E. Young field in Waterloo on Friday night.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s football team took out its frustrations from last week’s shut out by Eastside, handing Prairie Heights a 42-0 loss Friday night.

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KENDALLVILLE — Churubusco senior Molly Geiger, along with fellow Northeast Corner Conference golfer Madison Keil of Lakeland, advanced out of the East Noble Girls Golf Sectional at Cobblestone last Friday to the East Noble Regional this Saturday at Noble Hawk Golf Links.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s offense struck early and often in the first quarter en route to a 45-21 victory over visiting Northeast 8 foe Huntington North in Columbia City on Friday.

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CHURUBUSCO — Typically, varsity coaches of high school sports have an idea of who will be coming up from the junior high to join the squad in the coming years.

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GARRETT — The Lakeland girls golf team kick started what hopes to be a long postseason with its second consecutive Northeast Corner Conference Tournament title at Garrett Country Club on Saturday.

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CHURUBUSCO — After a difficult week of practice, complicated by injury and illness, it wasn’t clear what kind of energy Churubusco would bring to the field against Garrett.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Eagles opened the Northeast 8 Conference schedule cruising to a 47-6 win over Bellmont in the second game at the new stadium.