Monthly Archives: January 2018

Lions top Mason City; ready for Sectionals

(Above) The 170-pound match was an exciting one, as Clear Lake’s Chance Poley stuck Mason City’s KJ Barkema in :47.    Clear Lake wrestlers wrapped up their final week of the regular season competing with a county rival and traveling to Lake Mills for a triangular. “We had a great week to finish off our…
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Two wins and a loss for CL girls

The Clear Lake girls sandwiched two North Central Conference wins around a loss to top rated Crestwood last week.  With victories over Algona and Humboldt, the Lions (16-2, 11-0) have a tight hold on the NCC title with three conference games remaining.  This week they hosted Iowa Falls-Alden last night (Tuesday). They will be at…
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Lions push win steak to seven

The Clear Lake boys pushed their win streak to seven and tightened their grip on the top spot in the North Central Conference with three wins last week.  The Lions are now 13-4 overall and 10-1 in the NCC with four games (three in the NCC) remaining on the regular schedule. The Lions started the…
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Cardinal girls go to work

(Above) GHV’sMara Anderson makes a fast break down the floor during Tuesday night’s game The Cardinal girls basketball team had a big week, winning two and dropping one. The girls are now 9-11 overall and 7-8 in the Top of Iowa West Conference. Bishop Garrigan 64, GHV 56   Controlling the paint wasn’t enough, as…
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GHV boys make it look easy

The Cardinal boys put on an impressive display of dominance this week, defeating all three conference opponents by more than 30 points on average. The Cards now own a record of 16-3 overall and 13-2 in the Top of Iowa West Division. GHV 81, Bishop Garrigan 54 A highly-anticipated showdown was held in the GHV…
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Shaw earns runner-up at TIC Tournament

The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura wrestlers competed in the 2018 Top of Iowa Conference Tournament held in Forest City on Saturday, Jan. 27. The Cardinals had only seven wrestlers compete in the 16-team field.  Lake Mills won the TIC tournament with 221 points, followed by Eagle Grove with 158.5 and North Butler was third with 154.5 points.  GHV…
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