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Lions assured a play-off berth with win over IF-A



Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:37

A solid second half lifted the Clear Lake Lions to an important Class 3A, District 3 victory over Iowa Falls-Alden Friday night.  The 19-7 win assured the Lions (4-1, 6-2) of a play-off berth.  The Cadets, who are also likely play-off bound, slipped to 3-2 in the District and 4-4 overall.  The win left the Lions tied for the District lead with Humboldt with one game remaining in the regular season.  Clear Lake will host Algona, while the Wildcats will take on winless Charles City.  Humboldt is in the 


Cardinals roll over Midgets in 41-20 victory



Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:36


The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura football team stretched their win streak to four, as they rolled over Estherville-Lincoln Central, 41-20, in a District showdown Friday night on the road.

“We came out a little flat and Estherville made us pay for it early,” said Coach Scott VanDusseldorp.

The Midgets found the endzone first to take a 7-0 lead.  Keith Schwickerath scored on an eight yard run for the Cardinals, but the PAT failed for a 7-6 score.  E-LC scored again on a 36-yard run, 14-6.  Alex Van Gerpen scored for G-H/V in the final minutes of the first quarter and Braden Meints connected on the PAT for a 14-12 score.


Cardinals sweep Rockford in final regular season match



Wednesday, 17 October 2012 11:35


The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura volleyball team ended their regular season with a sweep over Rockford on Tuesday, Oct. 9.

The Cardinals got off to a quick start, taking an 8-2 lead in the first match.  Behind the strong serving of Miranda Frederick, they stretched the lead to 19-6.  G-H/V went on to win the set, 25-14.


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.


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