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Success under pressure lifts Lions to No. 1

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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 11:59

The Clear Lake boys passed a pair of legitimate tests to their number two (3A) ranking last week.  The Lions earned wins over Webster City and Hampton-Dumont, but it was far from easy.   Nonetheless, their success under pressure lifted them to a number one ranking this week. 

CL 67, Webster City 48

Webster City played well on its home court Tuesday and challenged the Lions throughout a 67-48 contest.

   

GHV girls roll over three opponents

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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 11:59

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls rolled over opponents this week and collected an impressive three huge wins to move their record to 7-1, 9-3.

GHV 51, West Hancock 37

Balanced scoring was the key to GHV’s big win over West Hancock on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Britt.

“Our extremely balanced scoring continues to be a huge plus for us, but it is difficult to prep for an opponent when you don’t know where the scoring is going to come from,” said Coach Matt Erpelding.

   

No. 2 CL girls notch two more victories

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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 11:36

The number two ranked (3A) girls notched two more victories on their belt last week, topping Webster City and Hampton-Dumont to keep a tight hold on first place in the North Central Conference.

CL 67, Webster City 27

  Coach Bart Smith felt like it took his team until the middle of the first 

   

Cards fold against Eagles and Broncos

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Wednesday, 29 January 2014 11:35

It was a disappointing week for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys, as they dropped two games, moving their record to 4-5, 7-7.

West Hancock 69, GHV 60

The Cardinals traveled to West Hancock on Tuesday, Jan. 21 to face the Eagles (4-4, 8-5).

The two teams proved to be closely matched in the first minutes of play, but West Hancock soon took control and went on a 10 point run, ending the first quarter with a 19-8 lead.

   

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