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Eagles fall to East Noble

October 5, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A Columbia City Eagle football team still licking its wounds from a spate of injuries ran into a visiting East Noble squad, angry from an upset loss last week.

The Eagles, despite what Head Coach Randy Hudgins called a "good week of practice," came out flat and dug themselves a 14-0 first quarter hole on their way to a 31-7 Northeast Hoosier Conference loss on a rainy night at Max Gandy Athletic Field.

The Eagles' offensive woes from last week continued as they struggled to handle a veteran East Noble defensive line.

The Eagle offense garnered a negative five yards offense in the first quarter on five rushes and three incomplete passes.

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