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COLUMBIA CITY â€” It was hard-fought at times, but Columbia Cityâ€™s volleyball team fell to visiting Carroll Tuesday in a three-set sweep.
The Lady Chargers beat the Lady Eagles by a final score of 25-23, 25-18 and 25-20.
Columbia City Volleyball Head Coach Trish Hinen said the team did not stick to its plan.
â€śWe talked about what we needed to do tonight,â€ť she said. â€śWe talked about how we have to be smart and hit at the angles, and we were hitting to the blocks, and they got blocks on us.â€ť
Columbia City now has a 20-4 record and is 4-2 in the conference. The Lady Eagles welcome Bellmont Thursday. The Squaws are currently first in the Northeast Hoosier Conference.
â€śTonight was one of those nights where we didnâ€™t do what we were trying to do,â€ť Hinen said. â€śWe have some things weâ€™re going to have to work on with Bellmont coming Thursday.â€ť
The Lady Eagles fought Carroll through all three sets.
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