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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.

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CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s football team rebounded from one of its worst losses since 2003 by pounding Northeast Conference rival Lakeland 43-0 on Friday.

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CHURUBUSCO — Just like other schools in Indiana and across the country, Churubusco schools announced its plans for home and visiting fans at upcoming fall sports events in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.

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ANGOLA — Two northeast Indiana high school football teams have been sidelined after one player tested positive for COVID-19, officials said.

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GARRETT — Garrett survived a tough first game with Churubusco, then stayed in control the next two games on the way to a Northeast Corner Conference win in three games Thursday at the Paul Bateman Gymnasium. Scores were 25-22, 25-11, 25-16.

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HUNTINGTON — Several area high school teams got their first official runs in Saturday at the Huntington North Cross Country Invitational — the returning state champion Carroll girls team once again earning a win at the annual meet.

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CHURUBUSCO — Every team goes through the graduation of its senior class every year. But in Churubusco’s case, losing last season’s group of seniors might hurt a little bit more than usual.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s golf team is off to a strong start, toppling Northrop last Thursday and Wawasee last Wednesday after placing fourth in the competitive Homestead invitational.

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COLUMBIA CITY — As the fall sports seasons pick up this week, Columbia City High School’s athletic department announced its re-entry plan for fan participation at events.

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ANGOLA — Lakeland continued to show why it’s the team to beat in the Northeast Corner Conference on Saturday by winning the Fremont Classic at Lake James Golf Club by almost 20 strokes.

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Only essential personnel will be allowed at Summit Athletic Conference dual sporting events through the month of August, Carroll High School Athletic Director Dan Ginder said in an email on behalf of SAC athletic directors Aug. 6.

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SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko’s school board selected a new head coach for its boys basketball program — someone who has much experience with Whitley County basketball.

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Though Columbia City canceled its park baseball and softball leagues, the diamonds are still getting full use at Morsches Park, as tournaments filled the fields with players from all over the area last weekend.

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CHURUBUSCO—After nearly two decades with Smith-Green Community Schools, Nate Wright is stepping into yet another new role.

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FREMONT — A 50% capacity crowd was treated to an exciting night of racing last Saturday, as 91 cars were on hand for opening night at Angola Motorsports Speedway, in Fremont.

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CHURUBUSCO —Kick-off for Churubusco’s summer tennis camp will be June 13, where participants can sign-up, hit the courts and enjoy a cookout from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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It’s still unclear whether high school extracurricular activities will resume in the fall. However, even if Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back ton Track Indiana plan goes according to schedule through the target reopening date of July 4, Parkview Health officials don’t expect sporting events to look t…

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Swimming, diving, splashing and sliding will not be happening this summer at area public swimming pools as the COVID-19 virus has caused them to be added to the list of things that will be closed.

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SOUTH WHITLEY — Whitko Community Schools approved the hire of Julius Mays as the new athletic director Monday evening during the Whitko School Board meeting. Mays joins the Whitko team after a successful run as the assistant athletic director for the Marion Giants.

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CHURUBUSCO — After a disappointing end to his track career for Churubusco, Sam Wood had a bright spot this spring, as the senior recently signed with Indiana University as a track and field athlete for the Hoosiers.