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CHURUBUSCO — Following suit from their male counterparts, Churubusco’s girls track team won their own invitational on Saturday, scoring an impressive 143 points, outdistancing their closest opponent, Manchester, by 39 points.

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WATERLOO — For the years Marty Beasley coached Carroll, the DeKalb Barons knew the Chargers were one of the biggest roadblocks on their schedule.

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FORT WAYNE — The Northeast Corner Conference squared off against the Three Rivers Conference in two baseball games at Parkview Field Saturday. Each league came up with a victory in different ways.

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FORT WAYNE — Columbia City’s boys golf team shot an impressive 319 to place second in the competitive, 16-team Carroll Invitational on Saturday — a big match to kick off the team’s busy season.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s softball team has been blowing out its opponents, ending many games by the 10-run rule as the Eagles are off to a hot start in the early season.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s baseball team is off to a 1-3 start as the Eagles’ schedule ramped up last week, getting into the busy spring season and debuting its new field at the new Columbia City High School location on SR 9, south of Columbia City.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s boys track team picked up a dominating win in its annual invitational on Saturday, scoring almost 50 points more than its closest opponent.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s boys baseball team opened its season — and threw the opening pitch at its new field — last week against Central Noble.

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CHURUBUSCO — The annual mark of the beginning of track season took place last week, as Columbia City’s, Churubusco’s and Whitko’s boys and girls track teams competed for the top spots in the county.

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The top boys basketball players of the Northeast Corner Conference were announced on Thursday with the All-NECC teams being released, voted on by the conference coaches.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City sophomore Andrew Hedrick was named to the Northeast 8 Corner Conference's first team, and junior Mason Baker made the second team. 

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Wayne Generals came back from a deficit of 14 points in the fourth quarter to eliminate the Columbia City Eagles 57-52 in the first round of the IHSAA Class 4A Sectional at Columbia City High School on Tuesday night.

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EMMA — After 16 minutes of play, Eastside’s boys basketball team had to like where it was at, leading No. 15 Churubusco by 10 points in Saturday’s sectional championship game.

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EMMA — In the first game of the night, Prairie Heights battled for just over a quarter, but Churubusco’s size and speed took over. The Eagles (19-4) had a 33-3 run in the second quarter the put the game out of reach.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Eagles led nearly the entire game as they cruised to a 60-45 victory over the Bishop Luers Knights last week at Columbia City High School.

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FORT WAYNE — The Columbia City Eagles won their regular season finale in dramatic fashion as Mason Baker hit a three point shot at the buzzer for a 57-56 victory over the Concordia Cadets on Friday night at the “Cage.”

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CHURUBUSCO — This looked like sectional basketball, sounded like sectional basketball and felt like sectional basketball. It only came a few days early.

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GARRETT — Churubusco put its style on display Thursday night in an 81-38 Northeast Corner Conference boys basketball victory over Garrett.

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COLUMBIA CITY — In a game where both teams struggled to find the bottom of the net, Columbia City was able to hit timely shots in the fourth quarter to pull out a 39-31 win over East Noble Thursday night.

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NORTH MANCHESTER — The Columbia City Eagles held on for a 54-49 victory over the Manchester Squires last Wednesday in a game that had been postponed from Tuesday due to inclement weather.

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FORT WAYNE — Two Whitley County wrestlers are headed to this weekend's state finals after placing in the top four at last weekend's semi-state at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. 

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LIGONIER — The Columbia City Eagles broke open a close game with a late run to defeat the West Noble Chargers by a 50-43 score on Saturday night in Ligonier.

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LEO-CEDARVILLE — The Leo Lions clinched the Northeast 8 Conference, title completing a 7-0 sweep with a 69-52 victory over the Columbia City Eagles on Friday night at the Lion’s Den. It was also the sixth straight win for the home team.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s Jackson Paul and Landen Jordan have been playing together since they were in middle school.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s boys basketball team won all three of its games last week, including two blow-out victories over Northeast Corner Conference opponents, and a competitive win over Fort Wayne’s Wayne.

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HUNTERTOWN —Several Whitley County grapplers earned their spots for this weekend’s semi-state meet after placing in the top four at Saturday’s regional at Carroll High School.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco, along with two other Northeast Corner Conference basketball teams, are in the top 15 in Class 2A, according to the Associated Press’ boys poll.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Norwell boys basketball team stormed back in the second half, erasing a 12-point deficit en route to a 59-52 victory on Saturday afternoon at Columbia City High School.

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BUTLER — Bluffton outscored a stubborn Churubusco team 19-8 in the fourth quarter for a 51-38 win in the Class 2A Eastside Sectional Friday.

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FORT WAYNE — The Columbia City Lady Eagles cruised to a 51-38 victory over the Northrop Bruins last week at Mark Schoeff Arena in a game that had been postponed from Tuesday evening due to weather.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Lady Eagles closed the regular season on Friday night at Columbia City High School with a 55-47 victory over New Haven in what was a close game throughout.

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NEW HAVEN — The New Haven Bulldogs used their physicality and then some, dominating the boards in a 67-49 victory on Saturday night at Armstrong Arena.