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Eagles quietly dispose of Leo

May 6, 2011

Columbia City’s Drew Burnsworth eyes his birdie putt on hole No. 4 at Eagle Glen Golf Course Thursday. Burnsworth made the 20-foot plus putt as the Eagles went on to beat Leo 173-177. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   COLUMBIA CITY — The 2-7 record put up by Columbia City boys’ golf might not seem like much at a glance but something quietly is building on the links.
   Thursday the Leo Lions were one of the first to bear witness at Eagle Glen Golf Course as the Eagles put up one of their strongest showings of the season.
   After posting a season-best total against Carroll Tuesday, Columbia City bettered that mark in a 173-177 win over Leo.

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