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Remember When 4-26-2017

(Above) 1967 CLHS boys track team - Members of the 1967 Clear Lake boys track team included front row (L-R): Al Kappmeyer, Bill Gates, Barry Men, Curtis Graves.  Middle row (L-R): John Severtson, Denny Lincicum, Roger Maryland, Bob Larson, Mike Callanan.  Back row (L-R): Craig Hughes, Gary Lindsay, Craig Chapman, Jerry Baskets and Roger Wass. 25…
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Lions compete in three meets

(Above) Clear Lake’s Sharrell Lee hands off to Riley Cooney during the Distance Medley relay.  The team placed sixth with a time of 5:10.42.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy Windy and cold conditions tested the resolve of Clear Lake girls track team members last week, as they competed in three meets. “We keep improving in…
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GHV girls place third at home meet

(Above) GHV’s Jayden Hughes (center) won the 200 meter dash in 28.12 at the Cardinal Relays.  Hughes also placed third in the 100 meter dash and competed in two successful relay teams.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy Cardinal Relays The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura girls track team recorded their highest team score of the season when they hosted…
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Lions on a roll

(Above) Kyle Calaguas, along with fellow teammate Thomas Storbeck, earned medalist honors at Clear Lake’s home meet on Tuesday. Spencer The Lions had their best outing of the season while playing in a 12-team tournament Monday, April 10, at Spencer.  Clear Lake finished just one stroke behind Webster City, which posted a score of 310…
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Busy week on the links for CL girls

(Above) Jordyn Barragy was the runner-up medalist at Clear Lake’s home meet Thursday.  Barragy fired a 46. -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy The Clear Lake girls golf team had a busy week, playing four conference teams, a non-conference match and participating in their first 18-hole tournament of the season. Humboldt 181, CL 196, C-G 217…
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Lions drop three; rebound for a win

The Clear Lake boys soccer team had a busy and challenging week.  The Lions dropped their first three matches, but rebounded to finish the week with a win. W-SR 6, CL 0 Tuesday April 18, the Lions played host to the Waverly-Shell Rock Go-Hawks. “Typically WSR is a very dominate soccer club, so they are…
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