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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.”
   

Lion wrestlers beat #9 Osage following a 30-30 tie

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 13:00

 

The Clear Lake wrestling team pulled off a big upset Saturday, beating ninth ranked Osage on criteria.  The meet ended up in a 30-30 tie, but the Lions had three pins to Osage’s two and were awarded the win.

“Any win is big, but to beat the ninth ranked team in their gym was really something special for the boys on Saturday,” said Clear Lake Coach Gary Weber.  “The entire team wrestled well and it shows how good we can be if we stay off our backs.”

   

CL girls learn from loss to Mason City to top IF-A

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:58

 

The Clear Lake girls built upon a loss to number one ranked Mason City Monday to score a win against Iowa Falls-Alden on the road Friday.  The victory improved the Lions’ record to 8-3.

Friday night the Lions will host Hampton-Dumont.  The game has been designated as a fundraiser for cancer awareness and research support.  Free will donations will be accepted at the door of the girls and boys games. Wearing pink is also encouraged for this Coaches Against Cancer event.

Mason City 63, CL 34

Mason City forced 13 turnovers in the first half on their way to a lopsided victory over the Lions Monday, Jan. 7.   The Mohawks got off to a 13-5 lead after one quarter and were in cruise control by halftime, 33-15.

   

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