Alexis Bankson, a 5’7” setter from Churubusco, has made a commitment to attend Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, Illinois next fall where she will also play volleyball for the Bluejays.
Churubusco Eagle Sports
(Churubusco and Central Noble graduates, left to right, Bryan Brudi, Paul Liggett and Josh Geiger faced each other last weekend in a college baseball tournament.)
Former Churubusco area baseball players competed at the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 12 Baseball Tournament on May 14-16 at Battle Creek, Michigan.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The Churubusco Youth League had a beautiful day on April 17 for the annual team…
The Churubusco baseball team improved its record to 9-8 with three wins this week. They defeated Fremont 8-0 on Tuesday and Hamilton 10-0 on Thursday and picked up another win on Monday 9-4 at South Adams.
by Don Hiatt
The Churubusco boys track team finished the season 12-1 last Tuesday night with Conference wins over Fremont and Hamilton. The Eagles defeated Fremont 82-49 and Hamilton 105-27. They wrap up a solid season that included the Busco and Central Noble Invitational Championships and now prepare for NECC and Sectionals.
The Lady Eagles tennis team lost to a tough Angola team 0-5 on Tuesday and beat West Noble on Thursday 4-1. That puts them at 3-8 on the season and 2-4 in Conference play.
Against Angola the number two doubles team of Hannah Dodson and Morgan Young won the first set 6-2 and dropped the second set 6-7 (4-7) and fell in the third set 2-6.
The Lady Eagles have really been playing well here of late. The past week the Lady Eagles went 5-1 led by pitchers Mariah Herendeen and Brianne Burkhart. The Lady Eagle bats also came to life registering over 50 hits this past week.
Last Tuesday, the Lady Eagles traveled to Fremont and won in five innings 12-2. Taylor Amber went two for
cn 5-12-10 Wooden bat baseball tournament The Payne (Ohio) Ball Association is hosting a 10-under boys wooden bat baseball tournament…
Following are the scores from Eel River Golf Course as reported on 5-6-10: