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Clear Lake bats on fire

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Wednesday, 20 June 2012 11:38

    Clear Lake’s bats have been as hot as the weather.  The Lions outscored their opponents 47-14 in three wins last week.  They are now 14-3 overall and rated number four in Class 3A this week.
    Statistics back up the lofty Lion rating.  Currently the teams’ batting average is the second highest in the state (3A) at .368, and senior Ozzie Adams is second in the state individually in batting average at .538.  Adams is also third in the state (3A) in RBIs with 29, and Tanner Truesdell is seventh with 24.  Michael Keeran leads the class with 32 runs, while Adams is tied for third with 29 runs.  Adams also leads the entire state in slugging percentage at 1.077. 

   

Softball team gaining confidence

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Wednesday, 20 June 2012 11:33

    The Clear Lake softball team is gaining experience and confidence as the season progresses. The Lions picked up their second win of the season Saturday, topping Rockford 11-8 at the Mason City Tournament.  Their record is now 2-7.
    “Overall, we are playing much better in all aspects of the game,” said Coach Nikki Petersburg.  “Our younger players are getting more experience and confidence and our returners from last year are really becoming leaders.  We have even more games next week than we did this past week.  However, we look to not let the other team dictate how we play.  Win or lose we aim to do so with dignity and pride in our effort.”
   

   

Dynamic duo tie for first in Co-Ed State Meet

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Wednesday, 13 June 2012 11:12

    The brother and sister duo of Luke and Meg Monson capped off great high school golfing careers at Clear Lake High School by tying for first in the Class 2A State Co-Ed Golf Tournament.
    The Monsons tied Dowling Catholic’s Jon Calhoun and Sammy Olson with a score of 75.  The Dowling team was

   

Lions rack up some big wins

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Wednesday, 13 June 2012 11:09

   The Clear Lake baseball team racked up some big wins during the week, but probably none bigger than knocking off defending North Central Conference champion St. Ed’s, 8-2.  Later in the week Iowa Falls-Alden surprised the Lions, topping them 3-1.  The Lions’ record now stands at 11-3.

   

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