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Lions pick up wins over Bishop Garrigan and Eagle Grove

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Wednesday, 06 February 2013 13:18

 

The Clear Lake boys are continuing to ramp up their play as the regular season winds down.  Last week the Lions (13-4) picked up a win over Bishop Garrigan and Eagle Grove.

 

“We’ve only got four games left before the tournament begins, and I like the direction we’re headed in,” said Coach Kevin Kahler.  “The offense has been pretty good all year, and I think we’re starting to get there defensively.”

   

Clear Lake girls ranked 14th in Class 4A

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Wednesday, 06 February 2013 13:17

The Lions got back on the winning track last week with victories over Bishop Garrigan and Eagle Grove.  The team is now 14-4 overall heading into the final week of the regular season. This week the team will be at Humboldt Thursday and Charles City Saturday. The Lions, ranked 14th in Class 4A, open post-season play Feb.16 at home.  Clear Lake received a first round bye; they will host the winner of the 

   

Six wrestlers advance to District meet; team places second

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Wednesday, 06 February 2013 13:16

 

The Clear Lake wrestling team placed second at Saturday’s Sectional meet and advanced six wrestlers to the District meet next week at Hampton.  Osage captured the Sectional title with 233 points.  Clear Lake edged Forest City 198 to 194.  They were followed by Riceville/St. Ansgar with 164, Central Springs with 104 and Garner-Hayfield/Ventura with 50.

   

Cardinals on a roll

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Wednesday, 06 February 2013 13:14

 

It was a good week of basketball for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys, as they picked up two more wins.  The Cardinals moved their record to 15-4 overall and 10-3 in the North Iowa Conference.  G-H/V is currently tied atop the NIC with North Iowa.

 

G-H/V 57, Lake Mills 43

A good night of shooting proved to be the Cardinals’ winning attribute on Tuesday, Jan. 29.  Hot hands by G-H/V helped them gain a 57-43 advantage over Lake Mills.

“After seeing how well Lake Mills had played in recent weeks, I thought we were going to have to play well to beat them,” said Coach Joe Albertson.  “It looked like we were ready.”

   

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