Churubusco Eagle Sports
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Churubusco High School Boys Track, left to right, first row, Zack Armstead, Austin Boggess, Alex…
The Merchants won their third game in a row Sunday, again against a much taller opponent with a thrilling 59-58 final. Trailing at the half, 27-25, Busco found themselves down 39-30 early in the second half before they started pecking away at the lead. But a turnover with 15 seconds left gave the ball back to the Ft. Wayne Metal team with a chance for a game winning shot, a missed shot and two rebound attempts. All went ajar as the Merchants held on to the victory.
(Churubusco High School Lady Eagles Softball, left to right, front row, Taylor Fry, Ashlie Shelton, Jessica Tartaglia, Kasey Gibson, Chandler Blake, Chelsey Penley, Savannah Labenz; middle row, Kelary Crabill, Alexis Bankson, Nichole Sells, Taylor Amber, Brianne Burkhart, Karissa Labenz; back row, Coach Keith Heffelfinger, Coach Daniel Burkhart, Coach Todd Ramsey, and Head Coach Wayne Gibson. photo by hiatt)
by Don Hiatt
Wayne Gibson begins his second season as Head Coach of the Churubusco Softball team. He feels good about this year’s squad and believes they should improve on last season’s 13-16 record.
(Churubusco High School Girls Track Team, left to right, front row, Peyton Summers, Peyton Hunsberger, Emily Hively, Emma Frericks, Rachel Fehring, Emily Bar; middle row, Paige Roe, Haleigh Gross, Alex Eyer, Heather Monk, Erica Lehner; back row, Head Coach Zach Dock, Coach Paul Sade, Coach Jon Pelz, Coach Kip Griffin, Coach Todd Lortie. photo by hiatt)
by Don Hiatt
The Churubusco boys track team won 90-42 to collect their second win of the season on Monday at Northfield. The Lady Eagles lost a close meet 66-65 to the Northfield team.
(Churubusco Eagle junior Kyle Mathewson finished 14th in the Long Jump at the Hoosier State Relays on Saturday, March 20, at Purdue University. Mathewson’s qualifying jump was 20’.05”. Churubusco’s outdoor track season begins this week. photo by hiatt)
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Churubusco residents Charlie Hansen, a Cincinnati Reds fan, left, and Paul Sade, right, a St….
The Busco Merchants trailed by as many as eight in the first half Sunday but battled back to only a two point deficit, 42-40, against Terhune, a team who handed them a loss earlier this season.
The Churubusco Youth League is in need of soccer coaches for this spring season. Without more coaches they risk not…
by Don Hiatt
“This year’s camp went really well,” stated Coach Sam Riesen. “We are excited about our kids coming up through the program. They show that we have a bright future here at Churubusco. The kids had a lot of natural ability and competitiveness.”