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Norwell drops Col. City, 60-47, in Ossian

February 10, 2014

Columbia City’s Spencer Klimek makes an entry pass against Norwell Saturday night.

OSSIAN — Saturday night’s weather wasn’t the only inhospitable thing, as the Columbia City boys’ basketball team traveled to Norwell for a Northeast Hoosier Conference match-up.

The Eagles fell behind early to a Norwell squad that held the Eagles to eight first-quarter points and maintained control throughout the contest, on the way to handing Columbia City a 60-47 loss.

The Eagles fell behind early in the first quarter, as the host Knights came out firing with two threes from David Vogel on individual moves against the Eagle defense.

The early Eagle offense was stymied by a series of turnovers and offensive fouls that limited them to only six shots from the field in the first quarter.

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