Category Archives: Sports

Frayne earns medalist honors for GHV girls

by Michelle Watson The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura girls golf team opened the 2019 season with a four-stroke loss to Clarion-Goldfield-Dows.  The Cardinals fell, 235-239. “Four of the six girls were playing their first rounds in competition and the nerves for most of them were pretty evident,” said Coach Todd Greiman. The team has had limited time on…
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GHV boys track team competes in three meets

by Michelle Watson It was a busy week for the Garner-Hayfield-Ventura boy’s track, with three meets. West Hancock Meet It was a cold night for the Garner-Hayfield-Ventura boys when they traveled to Britt for the Bob Sanger Relays on Monday, April 1.  The Cardinals placed fifth out of six teams with 50 points.  Lake Mills…
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‘Ultra’ accomplishment

Local runner records 100-mile trek by Michelle Watson Dave Callison, of Ventura, proved that hard work and determination pay off at any age.  Callison recently competed in the Prairie Spirit 100-mile ultra-marathon in Ottawa, Kan.  Callison finished first in his age group, 50-59, and was seventh overall with a time of 21 hours and 12…
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Lions trounce H-D/CAL, 8-0

(Above) Clear Lake’s Ben Stroup (19) and Jacob Peterson work together during Friday night’s game. Peterson had one goal and one assist in the game.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy By Marianne Gasaway Clear Lake shut out Hampton-Dumont/CAL in an early season soccer game played Friday, March 29, at Lions Field. “Once we settled down…
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Strong start for Clear Lake boys track team

by Michelle Watson For their first meet of the season, the Clear Lake boys track team had a phenomenal showing, with plenty of first place finishes, including some new records. “We had a great first night outside,” said Coach A.J. Feuerbach.  “We were close to winning the meet, but we had some sore muscles and…
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CL girls open track season with fifth place finish

by Michelle Watson The Clear Lake girls track team opened the 2019 season in Manly on Thursday, March 28, where they placed fifth in the eight team field with 58 points.  Osage won the meet with 111 points, followed by West Fork with 106 points. “It’s a start for us,” said Head Coach Shawn Puttmann. …
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