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Eagles Fly Into Carlyle And Shutout Indians

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Columbia takes the field in Carlyle on their way to a 51-0 win.  – photo by John Jacobus
Columbia takes the field in Carlyle on their way to a 51-0 win. – photo by John Jacobus

Columbia’s football team rolled into Carlyle Friday night and rolled over the struggling Indians’ football team (0-5). Columbia won 51-0, improving their record to 5-0. Carlyle has under 20 players suited up but those who do take the field play their hearts out on both sides of the ball. The state of the competition allowed …

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