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Season low not enough for City

May 11, 2011

Columbia City golfer Grant Jagger bends with a putt on hole No. 4 at Eagle Glen Golf Course Monday. Jagger and the Eagles played host to the Homestead Spartans. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   COLUMBIA CITY — Another season low but another loss.
   Columbia City boys’ golf has hit a new season best total in three of the last four matches.
   However, one win is all the Eagles have been able to gather.
   A make-up dual match against Homestead Monday had more signs of improvement for Columbia City but another loss 163-170 to the Spartans.

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