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Three Columbus High athletes sign letters of intent

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

A trio of Columbus High students is moving on to the next level.

Three girls signed their letters of intent, two to run track, and one for equestrian.

Olivia Oney is the first student to sign from Columbus high for equestrian, heading to Mississippi College.

Brittany Floyd and Harper Fine both signed for track. Floyd heads to division one UAB, and Fine is heading to Emory-Oxford University

All three, of course, can't wait to get to college and show out on a bigger stage. You can see interviews with each athlete above.

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