Thursday 30 October 2014
 

Sport

A tale of two halves for Clear Lake

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:09

Lions end strong with 39-12 win over Cowboys

For the second week in a row the Clear Lake Lions played drastically different halves of football.  And again, a strong second half broke open the game and resulted in a victory.  The Lions produced 232-yards of offense in the second half, compared to just 20 for Clarion-Goldfield-Dows, and posted a 39-12 win Friday to move to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in Class 2A District 2.

   

GHV boys finish as runner-up at Humboldt X-C meet

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:07

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura cross country teams have been competing against some of the best individuals and teams in the state and also nationally, and they’ve been doing well. The boys and girls teams competed in Humboldt and at the University of Minnesota last week.
Humboldt Meet
 On Monday, Sept. 22, the GHV teams competed at Humboldt, which has one of the more difficult courses they will see this year. The boys team finished as runner-up behind Algona, which boasts a ranked 3A program. The GHV/WH girls team finished in seventh place.

   

Lions battle hard against St. Ed’s

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:04

The Clear Lake volleyball team came back from a two-game deficit to knot the score with St. Ed’s, but the Gaels pulled out a 3-2 victory Thursday

“Over all it was a great match that just had a few too many mental mistakes,” said Coach Keith Sears.  “It was a very hard fought game.  We came out a little flat the first two games, but after battling back and forth and pulling out the win the third set we gained a little momentum.”

   

Cardinals move record to 14-7

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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:04

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura volleyball team moved their record to 14-7 after a busy week on the court.

GHV 3, West Hancock 0

GHV 3, Eagle Grove 0

Thursday, Sept. 22, was a good night for the GHV volleyball team as they shut-out two conference foes.

“Tonight wasn’t our smoothest and cleanest volleyball, but the girls found a way to battle and finish both matches in three,” said Coach Kelsey Steffens.

West Hancock gave the Cardinals a good battle, but didn’t have enough in the end to defeat GHV.  The tight games were all in GHV’s favor with scores of 25-20, 25-21 and 25-19.

   

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