Category Archives: Sports

Season ends for CL volleyball team

by Marianne Gasaway Osage, rated sixth in Class 3A by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union, was too much for Clear Lake in the opening round of post-season volleyball.  The Green Devils swept the Lions, 3-0, in Regional competition Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Osage. “They are a very good team, so we knew we…
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GHV falls in first round of Regionals

by Michelle Watson The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura volleyball season came to a screeching halt in the first round of Regionals held on Wednesday, Oct. 17, when they faced a very solid Forest City team. Forest City, who is 25-6, came ready to play and soundly defeated the Cardinals in the first game, 25-7.  The Cardinals picked it…
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Lions keep pre-season hopes alive with big win

(Above) Clear Lake’s Kade Hambly celebrates after collecting a sack.-Reporter photo by Chris Barragy The Clear Lake Lions played their best game of the season when they needed it the most.  The Lions stunned New Hampton Friday night with a 42-7 victory, keeping their hopes of a post-season berth alive. Crestwood locked up the Class…
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GHV Cardinals pound Clarion-Goldfield-Dows, 36-0

A total team effort helped the Garner-Hayfield-Ventura football team to a shut-out victory against Clarion-Goldfield-Dows (2-6) on Friday, Oct. 12, in Clarion.  The win moved the Cardinal’s record to 3-5. “We were able to put together four good quarters on both sides of the ball,” said Coach Scott Van Dusseldorp.  “I am so proud of…
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Clear Lake runners do well at NCC meet

(Above) Clear Lake’s Ben Stroup finished in 19th place at the NCC Meet.  -Photo courtesy of Don Pedelty Clear Lake cross country teams competed in the North Central Conference race last week.  The Lion boys ran a strong race and finished second overall to eighth ranked Humboldt.  The Clear Lake girls were fourth overall. The…
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CL volleyball team tops St. Edmond

The Clear Lake volleyball team earned a win over Fort Dodge St. Edmond Thursday, Oct. 11.  The Lions captured the North Central Conference match with scores of 25-20, 22-25, 25-20, 25-21. “We played very well and were firing on all cylinders. We finally had all areas of our offense and defense clicking,” said Coach Richie…
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