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County rivalry falls in Columbia City’s favor, 7-1

August 19, 2011

Post and Mail photo / Nicole Ott Columbia City’s Bradey Smith (20) knocks down a ball as Luckson Steiglitz, blue, left, and Jordan Sims, blue, right, try to take possession of the ball.

COLUMBIA CITY — Soccer’s version of the Columbia City-Whitko Eel River Rivalry took place Thursday night at the Max Gandy Athletic Field, one week before the schools are scheduled to battle on the same field for football.
The Eagles soccer team was victorious, 7-1.
Columbia City junior Tyler Bolinger sparked the Eagle’s early in the game, scoring two electrifying goals in the first four minutes.
In fact, Bolinger scored the two goals in less than 30 seconds.

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