Wednesday 27 May 2015
 

Sport

Lions finish fourth at NCC track meet

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Wednesday, 20 May 2015 14:20

The Clear Lake boys track team finished fourth in a highly competitive North Central Conference track meet held Monday, May 11, at Iowa Falls.  Algona won the title with 177 points ad Humboldt was runner-up with 106.  Webster City came in third with 96, followed by the Lions with 85 points, Iowa Falls-Alden with 81 and St. Ed’s with 71 points.  Clarion-Goldfield and Hampton-Dumont finished with 49 and 36 points respectively.

“We had great effort on a cold night,” said Coach AJ Feuerbach, adding that the meet was a good primer for District competition on Thursday.

   

CL girls track team not at full strength for NCC Meet

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Wednesday, 20 May 2015 14:20

Coach Shawn Puttmann said his team was not at full strength at the North Central Conference meet held on Monday, May 11, in Fort Dodge and it showed in the final standings.  The team was without leading sprinter McKenna Backhaus, who was out with an injury.   Typically the Lions have topped at least three of the NCC teams which finished ahead of them May 11.  At Fort Dodge, they were only able to score 43 points and finished last in the eight-team field.

   

Jones cleaning up in field events

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Tuesday, 12 May 2015 18:11

Don Hoeppel Relays

Lexi Jones earned a pair of first place finishes and Tali Tesar had one for the Clear Lake girls at the Don Hoeppel Relays held Monday, May 4, at Garner.  The Lions finished sixth in the eight-team field with 60 points.  Osage won with 160 points, followed by Hampton-Dumot with 84 and Northwood-Kensett with 79.

   

Lions finish as runners-up at GHV

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Tuesday, 12 May 2015 18:11

Don Hoeppel Relays

It came down to the bitter end.  Despite three relay wins and finishing as runner-up in another, the Clear Lake boys finished second to GHV at the Don Hoeppel Relays held at Garner Monday, May 4.  The Cards compiled 122 points to top the nine-team field.  Clear Lake finished with 105 and Forest City had 90 to round out the top three.

   

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