Wednesday, May 4, 2011

CHS Athletic Hall of Fame seeks nominees

The Columbia High School Athletic Hall of Fame is seeking nominees for its 2011 induction ceremony, which will be held Friday, Sept. 9 when the Crimson Tide hosts Northeastern in football.

The Hall of Fame, now in its fourth year, will induct former athletes, teams, coaches and contributors to the CHS programs at halftime of the football game.

Anyone interested in nominating a former Crimson Tide athlete, coach, team or contributor, can email a resume and the nominee's information to Charles Reinhart at

The deadline for nominations is June 29.

Updated CHS schedule

Baseball and Softball games for Columbia for the remainder the 2011 spring season.

Wednesday 5/04/11 All games cancelled
Thursday 5/05/11 Varsity Baseball vs. Pequea Valley @ Home 3:45 p.m.(location change and early start time due to CHS band concert at 7:00 p.m.)
Friday 5/06/11 No baseball or softball games due to it being LMH’s prom. Games moved prior to the start off the season.
Saturday 5/07/11 Baseball vs. Annville-Cleona @ Home 10:00 a.m.
Softball vs. Eastern York @ Home 10:00 a.m. Strike Out Cancer game
Monday 5/09/11 Baseball vs. Pequea Valley - Away 4:15 p.m. (location change cited above)
Softball vs. Pequea Valley - Away 4:15 p.m.
Tuesday 5/10/11 Baseball vs. LMH - Away 4:15 p.m.
Softball vs. LMH @ Home 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday 5/11/11 Softball vs. Annville-Cleona - Away 4:15 p.m. (this game will most likely decide the section championship)

CBAA to hold tournament

CHS sports update

As posted yesterday, the Tide softball team is ranked number two in the District Three Class AA softball power ratings. Here is a link, which also includes the District Three playoff schedule.

The Tide girls have also clinched one of the two playoffs spots out of Section 4 in the L-L League. They have three games left and are in first place, leading Annville-Cleona by two games. The two teams were expected to play today.

Also, Friday's games with Lancaster Mennonite have been moved to Tuesday, with the softball team playing home.
Saturday, the team will hold its second Breast Cancer Awareness Day, at 10 a.m. with a non-league game with Eastern. Donations will be forwarded to the American Cancer Society for strikeouts recorded by Tide pitcher Emily Detz. Last year, the event raised more than $1,110.

On the radar

Bowling Green was in yesterday and he received a letter from the U: