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Lady Eagles take second at Wawasee

August 19, 2013

Athena Arnold of Columbia City putts at the Wawasee Invitational Saturday. The Lady Eagles finished second overall with a score of 392. Post & Mail photo / Brett Myers

SYRACUSE — Columbia City’s girls golf team took home second place at a 10-squad meet Saturday at South Shore Golf Club in Syracuse.

The Lady Eagles shot 392 at the Wawasee Invitational, missing first place by one stroke as host Lady Warriors had 391 from their gold squad.

Columbia City was 26 strokes ahead of third-place Goshen.

“We played very well,” said Lady Eagle Head Golf Coach Jim Thompson. “We had actually been shooting over 400 when we played 18 holes, to get down to 392 was a giant step forward for us.”

Cheyenne Johnson led the way for the Lady Eagles with a score of 95.

Allison Yoder was a shot behind at 96 overall. That was good for fourth and sixth overall, respectively.

“We had some great scores from the girls,” Thompson said.

Macenzie Lane had 100 for Columbia City, Taylor Daniel 101 and Athena Arnold shot 105.

Whitko finished seventh overall at the invitational with a score of 474.

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