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It was a perfect night for football Friday night when the Columbia City Eagles traveled to take on the Huntington North Vikings. The Eagles took an impressive lead in the end, scoring 41 to Huntington North's 21. Columbia City was the first to score  in the first quarter, but Huntington Nort…

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DECATUR —The Columbia City Eagles racked up 524 yards of total offense in a 62-35 victory over NE8 foe Bellmont at Bob Worthman Stadium in Decatur on Friday, Sept. 3.

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It was an exciting and high scoring game Friday night when the Columbia City High School Eagles traveled to Decatur to take on the Bellmont Braves. Scores in the first half were tied at 7-7, with Columbia City the first to score. Bellmont scored first in the second quarter, but Columbia City…

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City High School tennis team took on Norwell at home on Sept. 2. The Eagles took the conference win, scoring 3-2 as a team. The win now takes their record to 4-1.

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At the first Columbia City High School football game of the season, a portion of halftime was spent recognizing the first class of the Hall of Champions. Their names will be displayed, along with their accomplishments in the athletic wing of the high school.

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SOUTH WHITLEY — We’ll see what the Whitko Wildcats will look like under new coach Chip Coldiron when they open their season on Aug. 20 at Prairie Heights.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Churubusco’s Mariah Hosted and Lakeland’s Keirstin Roose played in the Indiana All-Star Classic for softball sponsored by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Saturday afternoon at Decatur Central High School.

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WEST LAFAYETTE — After a stellar softball season, Columbia City’s run came to an end at the semi-state semifinals on Saturday in West Lafayette.

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WARSAW — Columbia City’s boys golf team is headed for the regional match after placing well in a competitive Warsaw Sectional last week.

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CHURUBUSCO — After leading the Eagles to their most successful seasons in school history, Churubusco boys basketball coach Chris Paul announced he will be stepping down.

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ANGOLA — Northeast Corner Conference regular season champion Lakeland rolled to an NECC Tournament championship Saturday at Lake James Golf Club, defeating second-place Angola by 33 shots.

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FORT WAYNE — Churubusco’s boys and girls track teams competed in sectionals last week, with the boys taking second at North Side on Thursday and the girls placing fourth at Northrop on Tuesday.

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LIGONIER — It was going to be tough to top Fairfield at Saturday’s Northeast Corner Conference girls tennis tournament. Angola and Westview did their best to stop the Falcons, but came up short, finishing in second and third, respectively.

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ANGOLA — The Angola power trio of Macomber, Sauter and Steury began to put on a show in the postseason to lead the Hornet boys track and field team to a Northeast Corner Conference Meet championship Friday behind Angola Middle School.

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CHURUBUSCO — The Churubusco girls have been waiting since May 8, 2019 for a chance to claim the NECC championship.

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CHURUBUSCO — Westview tried multiple times throughout Thursday’s Northeast Corner Conference baseball game to take the lead away from Churubusco, but the Eagles responded every time for a 13-6 win.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s boys golf team set a new school record on Saturday, proving it may be one of the most well-rounded Eagles teams in the history of the program.

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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.