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CC girls jump rival Wildcats

April 29, 2011

Columbia City’s Megan Deutsch clears the bar in the pole vault on her way to one of three wins for the Lady Eagle sophomore. Post & Mail photo / Andrew Shultz

   SOUTH WHITLEY — Thursday’s dreary weather couldn’t stop a rivalry where both parties got to experience a victory.
   When a late afternoon shower canceled some events, the track and field doubleheader at South Whitley carried on with Whitko playing host to the girls and boys track teams from Columbia City.
   Whitko got its victory for the night on the boys side of the meet but the Columbia City Lady Eagles evened the score handing the Lady Wildcats a 97-35 loss to remain undefeated on the season.

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