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Columbus Girls win at Denver

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DENVER- The 6th ranked Waterloo Columbus Sailors won at #13 Denver 2-1 Friday night in a girls 1A regional soccer semifinal.  The Sailors will face Waverly-Shell Rock Monday night in the regional final at Waverly. 
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