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COMPETITIVE 3-WAY: Eagles linksters edge Warsaw by one stroke

May 2, 2014

For the last several years, Warsaw has been one of Columbia City golf’s top competitors, as the Eagles have built a rivalry with the Tigers.

“Warsaw has been the measuring stick in the area and in our sectional and regional,” Columbia City Head Coach Andrew Thompson said. “Anytime we get a chance to beat the Tigers and we’re successful, that makes the guys feel good.”

The Eagles beat Warsaw for the second time this season in a three-way match at Stonehenge Thursday night.

Warsaw hosted Columbia City and Huntington North, and the Eagles snuck away with a one-stroke victory at 157.

Warsaw scored 158 and Huntington finished with 173 strokes.

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