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Leo edges Col.City linksters by two strokes

September 13, 2013

Courtney Bacon of Columbia City prepares to line up her shot in the rain at Eagle Glen Thursday. Leo beat the Lady Eagles, 191-200, in a day that had patchy rain moving through the area. See Page A12 for coverage of the match. Post & Mail photo / Brett Myers

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s girls golf team lost a narrow home contest to Leo Thursday.

In their last match-up before the NHC meet, the Lady Eagles shot an even 200 on their home course.

Visiting Leo had 191 to earn the victory.

Cheyenne Johnson led the way for Columbia City with a score of 46, which tied Leo’s Anna Feldman for the top score of the meet.

Taylor Daniel had 49, and Macenzie Lane had 52. Courtney Bacon and Allison Yoder had 53 and 62, respectively, for the remainder of Columbia City’s scores.

For the year, the Lady Eagles now hold a 4-9 record. Leo is 12-3.

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