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’Cats hit target, beat rival Eagles

May 4, 2011

Whitko third baseman Chloe Nestel throws out Columbia City’s Cassie Vodde at first base Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats beat the Lady Eagles at home 9-3. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   SOUTH WHITLEY — The rivalry night belonged Whitko softball Tuesday.
   Columbia City, hot off a 2-0 start in the Northeast Hoosier Conference, came to South Whitley where one big swing and eight strikeouts by Whitko starting pitcher Karissa Olinske topped the rival Eagles 9-3.

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