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Eagles compete at East Noble

May 6, 2014

Columbia City’s Wayne Smith placed second in the 200-meter dash Saturday at the John Reed (East Noble) Relays.

The 2014 version of the John Reed Relays opened on a chilly, windy, overcast day filled with doubts for the Columbia City boys and girls track teams. With late injuries and SAT tests thinning their ranks, the Eagles were forced to juggle line-ups for the relays Saturday.

Both teams met with varying degrees of success, as the girls took fourth out of 11 teams, while the boys placed seventh. Host East Noble won the girls’ event, while Lakeland claimed the boys’ title.

With the girls missing five runners due to injuries and SAT testing, they had to rely on a juggled line-up to step up and produce.

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