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Finally getting to play: City takes one at home

April 29, 2011

Lady Eagle Claire Kauffman beats out a throw to first base Thursday as Columbia City beat Manchester 7-3. The game was the first played by the Lady Eagles since April 13. Post & Mail photo / Mark Parker

   COLUMBIA CITY — Anyone could tell the weather was a bit windy. There were whitecaps in the outfield.
   Even two straight weeks of rainy cold weather, leaky Thursday skies and standing water were not enough to keep the Columbia City Lady Eagles off the diamond at Morsches Park.
   Playing for the first time since April 13, the Columbia City Lady Eagles jumped out to an early lead and then held on against a late Manchester rally to take a 7-3 win.

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