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Fifth inning lifts Col. City over Norwell

May 14, 2013

Columbia City’s Allie Vodde hit a grand slam Monday night against Norwell, helping the Lady Eagles to a seven-run fifth inning and a 15-5 win. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls softball team took a 10-run win over a Northeast Hoosier Conference opponent Monday at Morsches Park.

The Lady Eagles posted a seven-run fifth inning to take the 15-5 win over Norwell.

“We needed a game like that,” Columbia City Head Coach Steve Cox said. “It was fun.”

The Lady Eagles had an 8-5 advantage going into the bottom of the fifth inning.

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