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Columbia stuns Hillsdale

HILLSDALE-  With just 12 seconds remaining and Columbia Central trailing 22-19, Coach Josh Kubiak sent the field goal team onto the field for a game tying field goal attempt that would send the game into overtime.  As the Golden Eagles lined up, Hillsdale called their last time out ,trying to ice kicker Brett Tyndall.  As

Hills of Springport test Golden Eagle runners

SPRINGPORT-  Coach Dan Omo and the Columbia Central cross country squad traveled to Springport on Wednesday to run in the Springport Invitational.  Warm temperatures and a very hilly course made for a real early season test. Individual times for the 3.1 mile course were: Chase Baumgardner 18:51/Carson Crowell 21:20/John Schneider 30:30/ Josh Pewsey 26:10/Sara Erickson

Hornets outlast the Golden Eagles

BROOKLYN-   Despite putting up their largest point total of the year, the boys Junior Varsity football team fell to the Hornets of Hillsdale last night by a final count of 34-25. Next up on the calendar will be a trip to Hudson next Thursday night for a 6:00 pm kickoff.

Soccer falls to Lenawee Christian

BROOKLYN-   In I.S.L. soccer action last night the boys soccer squad dropped a 5-2 decision to the Cougars of Lenawee Christian.  Freshman Micah Sonnenberg tallied both goals for the Golden Eagles who grabbed an early 1-0 lead before the Cougars went on to score the next three goals.  Goalkeeper Tydeus Crouse sparked the team early

Volleyball rolls

PARMA-  After dropping the first game 19-25, the girls volleyball team kicked it into gear and swept the next three to defeat the Western Panthers in non-conference volleyball action, 3-1.  The win upped the season record to an impressive 14-3-1. Junior Lyza Myers led the team in kills with 22 and blocks with 8.  Tara

Tennis falls to Hillsdale

HILLSDALE-   Although improvement was evident, the results were not as the Columbia Central boys tennis team dropped an 0-8 decision to the Hornets of Hillsdale yesterday. In the #1 singles, Ethan Folts lost a heartbreaking 6-7 (6-8 tie breaker) and 5-7 decision. Teammates Austin Petri and Matt Iverson also lost in the singles competition.  In

Columbia Central downs Hudson in home opener

BROOKLYN-     The 2015 home volleyball season got underway Tuesday night and saw our Lady Eagles knock off the Hudson Tigers in a three game sweep. (25-15/25-12/25-19)  The win also was the L.C.A.A. conference opener for a squad picked to be one of the elite teams in the league. Strong service runs by Mackenzi Collins and

Soccer falls to Onsted

ONSTED-     The Columbia Central soccer squad traveled to Onsted on Thursday and returned with a 7-3 loss to the Wildcats. Finding the back of the net for the Golden Eagles was sophomore Dalton Fish who tallied twice and freshman Micah Sonnenberg.  The loss drops the season mark to 1-3.

Columbia Central Rolls

BROOKLYN-     Columbia Central and the Leslie Blackhawks played to a draw on Thursday night……..but Friday morning it was all Golden Eagles as they rolled to their second consecutive win, 50-12.  The game was a reschedule from the night before that was cancelled due to weather conditions after a three hour delay. Micah Raby continued his

Boys Tennis Drops Season Opener

HOLT-     The Columbia Central boys tennis team opened up the 2015 campaign with a dual match on a hot, Tuesday afternoon against the combined squad of Leslie/Lansing Christian and came up on the short end of a 7-0 decision. Although he was defeated, Ethan Folts, playing at the #1 singles, turned in a great effort.