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Canterbury closes door on Lady Eagles

May 23, 2011

Columbia City No. 1 singles player Celine Rongos made an appearance in the sectional semifinal Friday along with the rest Lady Eagles. City fell to No. 25 state ranked Canterbury 5-0 to end a 13-6 season. Rongos lost in a close three-set match. Post & Mail file photo / Andrew Shultz

   FORT WAYNE — The ending wasn’t ideal to one of the best seasons Columbia City girls’ tennis has ever had.
   Friday, the Lady Eagles saw a 5-0 loss end a 13-win season in the semifinal round of the Homestead sectional to No. 25 state ranked Fort Wayne Canterbury.

 

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