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Protecting the noggin: Col. City works to educate players and avoid concussions

August 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — As the long-term effects of concussions in football have hit the national newsstands, Columbia City High School is working hard to protect its gridders.

Every Eagle football player has been educated about concussions, and players underwent a baseline concussion test before taking the field this fall.

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