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Cardinals continue collecting wins

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:29

The wins keep collecting for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys.  The team collected two more wins in the North Iowa Conference, moving their record to 7-2 in the conference and 11-3 overall.  

 

G-H/V 71, West Hancock 30

The Cardinals traveled to West Hancock on Tuesday, Jan. 15, and had an easy time defeating the Eagles.

   

Girls battling for a top spot

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:27

The Lions notched two more wins on their belt last week and remained in the conference race with victories over Webster City and Hampton Dumont.  The team is now 10-3 overall and 9-2 in the North Central Conference.  Fort Dodge St. Ed’s sits atop the league standings heading into the final two weeks of the conference season with a 12-2 mark.  Clear Lake and and Hampton-Dumont are both at 9-2 and Algona and Iowa Falls-Alden are both at 8-4.  The Lions are slated to travel to St. Ed’s Friday, Jan. 25, to take on the NCC leaders.  

 

   

G-H/V girls pick up two more wins

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:26

 

Three games in one week made for a long stretch of basketball for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls.  The team picked up two road wins and dropped a home contest.

 

West Hancock 56, G-H/V 42

Tuesday night’s matchup with West Hancock showed the G-H/V girls the importance of playing a full 32 minutes.  Despite playing a great first quarter, the Cardinals let up the intensity in the remaining three, dropping the game, 56-42.

   

Grapplers take 3rd in NCC Tourney

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:23

The Clear Lake wrestling team placed third Saturday in the nine-team North Central Conference tournament. Humboldt won the tourney, followed by Webster City. 

 
“Our young men are getting better.  If the flu bug was not in town, I really believe we had a chance of winning it,” said Lions Coach Gary Weber.  “Brice Wilcke was out of the line-up with the flu and Mitchel Jordon attempted to wrestle with the flu trying to help his team.”
   

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