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Eagles: Four soggy strokes back

April 27, 2011

Columbia City’s Drew Benedict, left, looks over his ball lying in wet conditions near the cart path. Tuesday, the Eagles used lift, clean and place rules to combat the heavy rain that has fallen in the county over the past week. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   COLUMBIA CITY — Add up all the rain that has fallen in the past week and Tuesday made for one soggy match on the golf course.
   To go along with it were gusts of wind over 20 mph as Columbia City boys’ golf played host to Bellmont.
   After battling the conditions, the Eagles came up four strokes short in their dual with the Braves 176-180.

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