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Lions beat GHV in season soccer opener



Wednesday, 16 April 2014 12:01

Coach Matt Anderson said he wasn’t quite sure what to expect in his team’s first soccer match of the season Tuesday, April 8.  What he saw gave him reason to be optimistic about the Lions’ year.

Clear Lake broke open a close match with Garner-Hayfield/Ventura in the second half and posted a 12-2 win.

“It was great getting outside and being able to compete.  It’s hard to know if your prepared for a match when the weather refuses to cooperate,” said Anderson.   “There’s plenty of things to work on with two big matches next week.”


CL girls continue roll; top GHV in a close contest



Wednesday, 16 April 2014 12:00

The Clear Lake girls soccer team improved to 3-0 with a pair of wins last week.  The Lions recorded close wins over Garner-Hayfield/Ventura and Mason City to remain unbeaten.

CL 1, GHV 0

The Lions out-shot Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 13-5, but scored just one goal in a match played Thursday, April 10.  That one goal was enough, as Clear Lake shut out the Cardinals, 1-0.

Ivy Hogg, with two great dribble moves, scored in the 19th minute of the game for the Lions.


CL boys track team firing on all cylinders



Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:59

Umstead Relays

Clear Lake’s Chandler Diercks smashed a 50-year-old meet record at the Umstead Relays in Eagle Grove Tuesday, April 8.  Diercks, the reigning Class 2A long jump champion, went 22’ 7”, breaking the old record of 22’ 4.5” set at the meet in 1964.

Diercks, who was also a winner in the 100 meter dash in 11.10, helped the Lions to a second place finish among eight teams competing in Class A competition.  The Lions amassed 103 points.  Algona won the meet title with 138 points.


Cardinal boys place third in two track meets



Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:58

Umstead Relays

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys track team faced some tough competition in their first meet of the 2014 season.  The boys competed in the Umstead Relays in Eagle Grove on Tuesday, April 8.  The team placed third with 79 points.  Algona won the meet with 138 points, followed by Clear Lake with 103 points.

“It was great to record times, distances, and marks so we know where we are at as both a team and individually,” said first year Head Coach Kelsey Steffens.  “The boys should be proud of the third place finish; it was a great way to start the season.”


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