WARSAW â€” In 1985, the average household income was $22,100, the average price for a new car was $9,005, a gallon of gas was $1.09 and a movie ticket cost $2.75, and Columbia City High School took home its last sectional title â€” until Friday afternoon.
The Eagles took the course at Rozella Ford with one goal in mind â€” the sectional championship.
With a team of three sophomores, a junior and a senior, Columbia City outscored all 12 of its opponents, finishing the day in 299 strokes and earning the schoolâ€™s first sectional title in 29 years.
â€śThe guys had their minds set on taking home the trophy,â€ť Columbia City Head Coach Andrew Thompson said. â€śTheyâ€™ve been pointing to this date on the calendar for quite awhile.â€ť
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