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Col. City netters fall short

May 16, 2013

Columbia City’s No. 1 doubles player Macie Hinen returns a ball Wednesday against Warsaw. The pair of Hinen and Sydney Ford are advancing to regionals next week, after winning a close match. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

WARSAW — While Wednesday night’s sectional opener at Warsaw didn’t go quite the way Columbia City’s tennis team wanted, several Lady Eagle netters are still alive in tournament play.

As a team, Columbia City fell in a heart-breaking, 3-2, match against the Lady Tigers.

“They just fell short,” Lady Eagle Head Tennis Coach Kathleen Myers said.

Columbia City picked up wins in No. 1 singles and doubles, but dropped the other matches in the 3-2 score.

The bad news — Columbia City’s season is over. The good news — No. 1 singles and doubles netters are advancing to regionals.

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