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Eagles break into NHC win column

May 13, 2011

Columbia City No. 1 golfer Matt Rethlake shot a 45 in the Eagles first NHC win Thursday against New Haven. Rethlake’s round included chip-ins on two par threes. Post & Mail photo / Mark Parker

   COLUMBIA CITY — The one certain result of Thursday evening’s golf match between the host Columbia City Eagles and the New Haven Bulldogs was that one of the two teams was going to get its first Northeast   Hoosier Conference win. 
   Which of the teams that would be was still in doubt after the first four golfers for each team turned in their score cards.
   The No. 5 player for the Eagles carded a team-leading 43 to give the Eagles a 179-185 victory at the Links of Eagle Glen.

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