Columbia Central Girls 7th Grade Volleyball

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Schatzle Inks

Concordia University yesterday signed Columbia Central senior volleyball player Tara Schatzle to continue her career at the Ann Arbor school.  Concordia head volleyball coach Karen Graves, proud parents, staff and classmates all were in attendance for the morning signing ceremony.

Volleyball Players Recognized

Post season honors for the 2016 Columbia Central girls volleyball have been announced with the L.C.A.A. champions grabbing two first team spots on the all-conference chart.  Seniors Lyza Myers and Mackenzi Collins were named to the six player squad while teammates Tara Schatzle and Cami Emerson were tabbed as honorable mention selections. Both Myers and

Myers a Chippewa

        In a ceremony attended by teammates, coaches and friends this morning, Columbia Central senior Lyza Myers officially became a Central Michigan Chippewa.  The 6’3″ outside hitter has signed on to play volleyball at the Division I Mid American Conference School.

Tecumseh Over Columbia Central

BROOKLYN-  The Lady Indians of Tecumseh High School brought the season to an end last night for the Lady Golden Eagles of Columbia Central in a 3-1 district semi-final win.  Tecumseh now moves into the district finals against Adrian, who defeated Chelsea (3-1) in the earlier semi-final match-up. For the six seniors,(Kenzi Collins, Kenzee Tompkins,

Semifinals Set

The 2016 Class B district volleyball tournament kicked off last night with a pair of games at Columbia Central High School. In the 5:00 pm contest, Tecumseh knocked out the Lady Wildcats of Onsted, 3-1.  The win sends the Lady Indians into the semifinals against the host school, the Lady Eagles of Columbia Central. In

Let the Games Begin!

BEDFORD-  In a Saturday tournament  tuneup before district play begins, the Lady Golden Eagles finished 1-2 in pool play to earn a spot in the Silver Division bracket at Temperance Bedford. Pool play results: Lost to Bedford (2-1)    Lost to Lakeland  (2-0)    Defeated Monroe Jefferson (2-0) Silver Quarterfinal:  Defeated Hanover Horton (2-0) Silver Semifinal:  Lost

Conference Champs Crowned

BROOKLYN-  With a #1 seed bullseye on their back, the Lady Golden Eagles tonight stormed through the field to capture the 2016 L.C.A.A. volleyball conference title.  The conference championship was the first since 2012. In round one, Hudson was no challenge as the Lady Eagles put the Lady Tigers away in straight sets (25-10; 25-12)

L.C.A.A. Volleyball Pairings Set

With the conference regular season in the books, the pairings have been set for the 2016 L.C.A.A. volleyball tournament being hosted by the #1 seed, Columbia Central. Play begins on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 AT 4:30 PM WITH VOLLEYBALL ON FOUR COURTS.  All eight conference schools will be in action for three matches each. FIRST ROUND PAIRINGS:

Lady Golden Eagles Hammer the Dutch

MANCHESTER-  In a non-league battle of the the L.C.A.A. and the Cascades Conference last night, it was no contest as the Lady Eagles of Columbia Central pounded out an easy three game sweep of Manchester. (25-6; 25-18; 25-17)  The win improved the season record to 24-11-5. Playing on consecutive nights was no problem as the

Lady Eagles Sweep Hudson

HUDSON-  In the final regular season league contest, the Lady Golden Eagles took care of business with an easy  ,three set win over the Lady Tigers of Hudson. (25-10; 25-11; 25-18) “We were a little sluggish early but we found our groove and took care of business” Coach Patty Vandeventer said.  “Kenzee Tompkins has a