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Col. City splits doubleheader at home

May 6, 2014

Jacob Wolfe pitches an 8-5 win against Northfield Saturday.

Columbia City’s baseball team split its doubleheader at home against Northfield Saturday, falling 6-1 and winning 8-5.

The Eagles fell to the Norsemen 6-1 in the first game of the double header. Columbia City struggled offensively against Norsemen pitcher Shane Vigar.

He had the Eagles guessing all day, with his ability to throw a curveball for a strike anytime in the count. Vigar struck out five Eagle batters while giving up one run on just three hits.

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