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CC honors five, falls to Carroll

May 13, 2011

Columbia City girls’ tennis honored five members of its team on senior night Thursday. From left, Deanna Beckner, Isabel Wilson, Maddie Hinen, Sam Alberding and Madi Sjahfiedin. The Lady Eagles lost to No. 22 state-ranked Carroll 5-0. Post & Mail photo / Mark Parker

   COLUMBIA CITY — Thursday’s tennis match at the DeVol Field courts was a good news bad news story for the host Columbia City Lady Eagles.
   The bad news was that City lost to the visiting No. 22 ranked Carroll Lady Chargers 5-0.
   The good news was that the Lady Eagles finished their best season in recent memory with a third-place finish in the Northeast Hoosier Conference.

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