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Brandt to continue football career at USD

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Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:15

Brock Brandt, a senior standout on Clear Lake High School’s football team, has committed to the University of South Dakota, a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

 

   

Waldron signs to play golf at Northwestern College

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Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:15

Dane Waldron, a Clear Lake High School senior, has signed a letter of intent to continue his golf career at Northwestern College next fall.

Waldron has played three years for the Clear Lake High School golf team heading into his senior season. A three-time state qualifier, Waldron finished fifth individually and led his team to a second place finish at the state meet last year. Waldron finished second at state as a sophomore and 13th as a freshman. He has a career scoring average of 73 and has won the last three Iowa Junior PGA 

   

Special Olympics Iowa Winter Games to be held

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Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:12

375 athletes from across the state are set to compete in the 2015 Special Olympics Iowa (SOIA) Winter Games January 12-14 in Dubuque, Iowa. More than 170 coaches and chaperones, as well as 300 volunteers, will donate their time to serve the athletes and make the event a success.

   

The wrestling battle was on in Waterloo

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Thursday, 08 January 2015 13:53

 

The Clear Lake wrestling team traveled to Waterloo before the holiday break to compete in the 32-team Battle of Waterloo.  The tournament is only open to the top 32 teams that the committee chooses; the best teams in the state in all three classes are invited. 

The Lions finished in the top half of the tourney after upsetting a very good Cedar Falls team, 41-24, on Friday.  They then ran into the top seed, Cedar Rapids Prairie, and were beaten, 50-15.

“They were very good.  We we are good-- they were even better,” said Clear Lake Coach Gary Weber.

The third match of the day was against North Central Conference rival Clarion-Goldfield-Dows.  The Lions lost several close matches and fell, 40-20.

On Saturday, Clear Lake lost a heart breaker to Waverly-Shell Rock, 39-38. 

“We were pinned six times and you won’t win many duals giving up that many points,” stated coach Weber. 

The Lions bounced back and beat third ranked powerhouse Don Bosco, 40-34.

   

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