Lions go 4-2 at Algona Volleyball Tournament
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:35
The Lions dropped a 3-1 match with Humboldt Tuesday, but responded to the loss with renewed spirit and went 4-2 at Saturday’s Algona Tournament.
Humboldt 2, CL 1
The Lions edged the Wildcats 25-23 in game one, but fell off their usual aggressive game and dropped the next three by scores of 25-13, 25-22, 25-18. The loss put the Lions at 5-3 in North Central Conference play. The team was slated to play their final home match of the regular season Tuesday, Oct. 16, against Webster City.
Lion runners earn all-conference honors
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:31
DiMarco and Grieman lead teams
The Clear Lake boys and girls cross country team each claimed third place at the North Central Conference Meet held Tuesday, Oct. 9, at River Road Golf Course in Algona. Five of the 14 varsity Lion runners earned all-conference honors by finishing in the top 10.
“All of the kids continue to improve and are excited for the State qualifying meet on Thursday,” said Coach Nick DiMarco. “I am so impressed with how hard all of the kids work in practice. Their hard work was evident at the NCC Meet.”
Cardinal teams both take first place at Forest City; 11 earn conference honors
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:29
The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura/West Hancock cross country teams hit the week running, competing in a meet in Forest City on Monday, Oct. 8, and in the North Iowa Conference Meet on Thursday, Oct. 11.
Forest City Meet
Both the girls team and the boys team had successful outings at Forest City, with both teams capturing first place. The boys won with a score of 48, while the girls were crowned champions with a score of 35.
Kamille Kronemann won the meet for the girls with a time of 16:21. Joel Toppin was the leader for the boys team. Toppin placed second with a time of 17:33.
Clear Lake pounds the Comets 44-7
Wednesday, 10 October 2012 11:35
The Clear Lake Lions heated up an otherwise cold night at Lions Field Friday. The Lions pounded Charles City 44-7 for a Class 3A, District 3 victory. The win improved the Lions to 3-1 in the District and 5-2 overall. The Comets remained winless, 0-4, 0-7.
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