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Col. City golf wins first NHC match

May 2, 2013

BLUFFTON — After having to postpone the match twice due to rain, Columbia City’s golf team was finally able to travel to play conference foe Norwell at Timber Ridge Golf Course.

The Eagles came out victorious winning 178-189.

“In the end, we are happy to get a win in these tough conditions here,” Columbia City Head Coach Andrew Thompson said. “I’m proud of these guys for getting through.”

The Eagles were led by freshman Tyler Green who fired a 40 for the night. Green was one stroke behind the match medalist, Ked Milholland, who shot a 39.

Spencer Klimek was four strokes behind Green, shooting a 44.

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