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Col. City golf opens at Warsaw

August 7, 2012

Post and Mail photo / Nicole Ott
Columbia City’s Allison Yoder tees-off on hole no. 1 at Stonehenge Monday morning against Warsaw.

WARSAW — Columbia City’s girls golf season opened Monday morning at the same place it ended last year —Stonehenge.

The Lady Eagles were bested by a strong Warsaw team, which opened its season with a score of 184. Columbia City shot a 224. Last season’s sectional match was held at Stonehenge, where both Columbia City and Whitko saw the end of their seasons.

Though as a team the Lady Eagles lost by a significant margin, Columbia City’s No. 1 linkster Jackie Leeuw shot just one-over Warsaw’s medalists with a 45. Lady Tigers Nikke Lalonde and Beth Meadows both fired 44s.

Jessica Klemm was Columbia City’s No. 2 with a 56, followed by Sydney Ford who scored a 61. Allison Yoder had 62 strokes and Bethany Yoder netted a 67.

While Leeuw’s score was competitve with Warsaw, the Lady Tigers showed their depth, with all five varsity linskters scoring under 50.

The Lady Eagles’ varsity team is back in action today for the Snider invitational.

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