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CL boys golf team meets tough competition

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Wednesday, 01 May 2013 11:41

 

The Clear Lake boys golf team managed to get in a pair of outings last week.  The Lions, now 5-7 on the season are at home Thursday for a quadragular including Algona, Iowa Falls and Newman Catholic.

Viking Invite

 On Thursday, April 25, the varsity boys traveled to Decorah to play in the eight-team Viking Invite held at Oneota Country Club. The Lions finished sixth overall in the talented field.  West Delaware captured the tournament title, followed by Decorah and Owatonna, Minn.  Lake-ville South (Minn.) and Winona (Minn) were fourth and fifth.  Rochester (Minn.) and Cresco, Crestwood followed the Lions.

   

G-H/V girls fall to A-P in soccer showdown, 4-1

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Wednesday, 01 May 2013 11:39

 

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls soccer team faced a tough foe when they met up with Aplington-Parkersburg on Thursday, April 25.  The Falcons defeated the Cardinals, 4-1.

   

Lions earn runner-up honors at Hampton-Dumont Co-Ed Meet

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Wednesday, 01 May 2013 11:39

 

Chandler Diercks and Jake Harle recorded a one-two finish in the long jump, then helped the 4x200 relay to a victory and the 4x100 relay to a runner-up finish at the Hampton-Dumont Co-Ed Meet Friday night.  

Diercks won the long jump with a mark of 22’ 3.25” and Harle jumped 20’ 9.50” to give the Lions their only points in field 

   

G-H/V boys track team wins John Larson Relays

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Wednesday, 01 May 2013 11:38

 

It was an exciting night for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys track team Thursday, April 25.  The Cardinals got to take the victory lap as winners of the John Larson Relays in Armstrong.  G-H/V earned 147 team points, followed by Bishop Garrigan with 120.  Seven teams competed in the meet.

“I knew going into this meet that we had a chance to win it,” said Coach Tracy Schmidt.  “But after the Belmond meet where we led the whole time, but finished second, we didn’t want to take anything for granted.”

   

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