Sunday 24 May 2015


CL boys tennis team rolls over A-P



Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:55

The Clear Lake boys tennis team rolled over Aplington-Parkersburg in dual meet competition last week and a handful of Lions players took part in the Mason City Invitational.

The Lions won five of six singles matches and swept doubles play for a lopsided win over Aplington-Parkersburg Monday, April 27.  


GHV girls win home quadrangular



Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:54

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls golf team picked up two wins and dropped one dual meet in action this week.

Eagle Grove 213, GHV 218

On Monday, April 27, the girls had a rough night and came up four strokes short as they lost to Eagle Grove. The Eagles finished with 213, while the Cardinals had 218.

“Once again our inability to quickly adapt to unfamiliar greens proved to be very costly,” said Coach Todd Greiman.  “It was a disappointing performance for all of us.  Each girl came in four to six strokes higher than I had anticipated.  The Eagle Grove course is one where local knowledge is critical.”


GHV boys golf team finishing in the middle of the pack



Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:54

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys golf team has been coming up as the middle man in recent link action.

EG 172, GHV 176, W-H 197

On Monday, April 27, the Cards were runners-up with a 176 behind Eagle Grove who scored 172.  West Hancock was third with a 197.

Jacob Grandgeorge was the meet medalist with a 34.  GHV’s Braeden Johnston was the runner-up with a 42.


GHV girls top Clear Lake in soccer action



Tuesday, 28 April 2015 19:23

Garner-Hayfield/Ventura edged the Clear Lake girls soccer team, 1-0, in a game played Thursday, April 23.  The win was the first in 11 outings for the Cardinals against the Lions.

“Clear Lake is our biggest rivalry in the sport of soccer.  To get this win was a huge step for us as a program,” said GHV Head Coach Joshe Banse.  “Clear Lake has a very good established program.  We had 14 shots on goal and only allowed three for Clear Lake.  We have been working on finishing games in practice and it has paid off.”


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