Saturday 23 May 2015
 

Sport

Successful week on the road

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:58

The Clear Lake girls team won a pair of matches on the road last week, defeating Osage 6-3 and Charles City 6-3, and improving their overall dual record to 7-2.  In addition, the team finished third overall in conference play.

CL 6,  Osage 3

Number one singles Lindsey Loudenburg jumped out to an early lead for the Lions with her consistent play, recording a 10-7 win over Amber Schwarting.

   

CL boys finish strong at Bulldog Relays

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:57

The Clear Lake boys finished fourth in a closely contested team race at the Osage Boys Invite held Tuesday, April 28.  Charles City was the team champion with 118.5 points, edging New Hampton with 11, Osage with 99 and Clear Lake with 88 points.  Forest City (76), Saint Ansgar (60.5) and Riceville (5) competed the field.

The Lions were winners in three events.   Chandler Diercks ran an 11.32 to win the 100 meter dash.  Two relays also placed first.  The 4x200 with Cooper Merrill, Parker Truesdell, Zach Tatum and MaKean Bang won in 1:33.87.  The Distance Medley with Merrill, Tatum, Dustin King and Zach Lester crossed the finish line first in 3:52.86.

   

Jones racks up team points for CL girls

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:57

The Clear Lake girls track team finished fifth at the Indian Relays held at Forest City Tuesday, April 28.   Algona ran away with the team title with 178 points.  Iowa Falls was second with 102 and Central Springs and Forest City followed with 101 and 88.  

Freshman Lexi Jones had a pair of first place finishes in field events for the Lions.  She won the high jump by clearing 5’ and the long jump with a mark of 15’4”.

Emilie Jandebeur also earned a first place finish.  The sophomore took honors in the 800 meter run in a time of 2:43.48.  She was also part of the Sprint Medley relay team which placed second in 2:04.58.  Other members of the relay included Megan Merfeld, McKenna Backhaus and Molly Dugan.

   

Busy week for GHV girls track team

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:55

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls track team is reaching goals and making new ones as they head into the second half of the season.

Lake Mills Meet

The Cardinals traveled to Lake Mills on Monday, April 27, to kick off one of three track meets held last week.  GHV finished in sixth place out of seven teams with 40.5 team points.  Saint Ansgar won the meet with 126 points.

Taylor Vossberg was the highest placing Cardinal with a second place finish in the high jump with a jump of 5’0.

   

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