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School comes first for Lady Eagle volleyball

August 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — While winning games are always the goal, Columbia City’s girls volleyball team has another priority — the classroom.

Every junior and senior on the Lady Eagles’ squad is a member of the CCHS National Honor Society. Last season, the girls volleyball squad had one of the top grade-point averages in the school.

“They’re very well-rounded girls,” Columbia City Head Coach Trish Hinen said.

Even during the busy fall season with late nights and practices, Hinen said the girls’ grades hardly waiver.

“We do grade checks every Friday,” Hinen said.

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