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Freshman Eagles face third loss

February 14, 2014

Columbia City’s freshman boys basketball team fell to Carroll Wednesday night. Pictured is the Eagles’ huddle during a game earlier this season.

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s freshman boys basketball team played its make-up game with Carroll Wednesday night in Columbia City.
The Eagles were handed their third loss of the season, falling 51-38 to the Chargers.
Carroll took a 34-16 advantage at halftime, after several Columbia City shots weren’t falling.
The high-scorer for the Eagles was Jordan Bechtold, with four 3-pointers and a final tally of 18 points.
Rob Wood scored eight points.
Andrew Jagger added a 3-pointer of his own to go with his five points.
Brock Snouffer finished with four points and Brendon Slagal added a triple of his own for three points.
The Eagles are now 11-3.

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