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G-H/V boys have strong showing at State

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Wednesday, 22 May 2013 12:55

 

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boy’s track team made a strong showing at the State Track Meet in Des Moines last weekend. 

On Friday, the 4x100 meter relay of Adam Monson, Brad Nedved, Seth Williams and Alex Van Gerpen finished in 21st place in the final season for three of the runners. 

   

Lions win opening round in Class 2A Regionals

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Wednesday, 22 May 2013 12:53

 

 

The Clear Lake boys soccer team won its opening round Class 2A Regional match Monday night, setting up a second round match with Hudson tonight (Wednesday, May 22) at Hudson starting at 5 p.m.

The Lions were 2-1 winners over Iowa Falls-Alden in their post-season opener.

   

First win on home field for G-H/V girls

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Wednesday, 22 May 2013 12:53

 

It was an exciting night for the Garner-Hayfied/Ventura girls soccer team, as they picked up their first varsity win in school history on Penneke Field.

The team topped Humboldt, 3-2, at home on Thursday, May 16.

   

CL girls soccer team tops IF-A and G-H/V

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Wednesday, 22 May 2013 12:52

 

 

 

The Clear Lake girls soccer team closed out the regular season with a 10-0 win over Iowa Falls-Alden Friday, May 17.  The victory improved the Lions’ record to a program-record best 9-3.

The match was halted with 13:03 remaining when CL senior Abby Woiwod scored with an assist from freshman Becca Bredlow.

“What a great way to have the last home match and regular season end,” said Coaches Lothar Meyer and Jerry Morris.  They added their thanks to parents and fans for their support thoughout the regular season.  “We’ll look forward to seeing the adjustments we  made tonight pay off in our first round at Aplington-Parkersburg on May 28 in the post season.”

Also scoring for the Lions against IF-A was Logan Anderson with four goals and an assist.  

“She was always seemingly following the ball into net,” said Coach Meyer.

Bailey Kibsgaard scored two goals and had four assists on the night after a slow start in the first half.

Megan Kopriva, trying for a hat trick, sent two shots into the net and had several close shots at goal.  Rounding out the scoring was Emly Phalen, with a midfield shot to net.

Riley Brinkmen saved only six shots in goal with Hannah Bartlett and Madison Faber working as sweepers.  Emily Willms was at the  center and Erin O’Tool was effective driving the ball to midfielders.  Keely Branstad, Madie Wendel  and Ellie Biebesheimer repeatedly relieved the midfielders and forwards in the match, according to the coach. 

   

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