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Columbia City drops second consecutive NHC game

October 1, 2011

Post and Mail photo / Mark Parker Eagle Jared Murphy makes a move between two East Noble defenders after a reception Friday Night in Columbia City’s loss to the Knights.

COLUMBIA CITY — There are many reasons that a game can get away from a team. Sometimes it’s missed opportunities that send a team down to defeat, while other times turnovers may be the culprit.
Friday night was a combination of early missed scoring opportunities, five turnovers and a last second field goal that handed the Columbia City Eagles a 17-14 Northeast Hoosier Conference loss at the hands of the visiting East Noble Knights.
“We just beat ourselves,” Eagle head coach Randy Hudgins said. “Missed opportunities were the biggest thing.”

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