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Perfect form: City repeats

May 2, 2011

Columbia City long distance runner Erin Knepple leads a leg of the 3200-meter relay Saturday at the East Noble Relays. Knepple was part of one of three long distance relay wins by the Lady Eagles. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   KENDALLVILLE — Saturday, Columbia City girls’ track celebrated the weekend like it did the previous two.
   However, the Lady Eagles didn’t three-peat — like they did at the Bishop Luers Invitational two weeks ago. It wasn’t a title over a talented field — as they did at Churubusco’s Turtletown Invitational last Saturday.
   It was a little bit of both. Columbia City repeated but for a sixth time at the East Noble Relays beating a strong field.

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