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ONE POINT WIN: Col. City girls track earns first win

April 25, 2014

Columbia City’s Caitlyn Zoltek placed second in discus Thursday against Huntington North.

Columbia City’s girls track team grabbed its first win of the season Thursday night against Huntington North.

While Head Coach Bob Fahl had confidence in his team, the win came as a bit of a surprise, as Huntington North has typically been tough competition for the Lady Eagles.

“I never thought our first win of the year would be against Huntington,” Fahl said.

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