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Col. City boys track opens season

April 11, 2014

HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North Thursday night.

Though the team didn’t open the season with a win, Head Coach Krystal Zoltek said she was happy to be on the track.

“It was nice to participate after the early cancellations and cold weather,” Zoltek said. “We are a young team and looking for great improvement as the season progresses.”

The Eagles missed their first two meets to weather — the county meet March 20 at Churubusco, and a dual with Wawasee March 24.

Columbia City’s girls have yet to make it on the track competitively, and their first meet won’t be until Tuesday at Homestead with the boys.

Against Huntington North Thursday, several Eagles picked up wins.

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