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Van Gerpen leads G-H/V to a huge 54-12 win over West Fork

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:30

 

It was a thrilling night for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura football team, as they manhandled West Fork, 54-12, in a home game showdown on Friday.  It was the first win of the season for

G-H/V.

   

Volleyball team faces powerful competition

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:29

 

The Clear Lake volleyball team took on a pair of North Iowa powers in a Thursday, Sept. 6, triangular.  Host Charles City topped the Lions 25-10, 25-9 and Mason City posted 25-9, 25-22.  The losses put the Lions at 6-3 in match play.

“Charles City is ranked number two in the state in Class 4A . They are a very well coached team and deserve that high ranking,” said Clear Lake Coach Scott Swenson.  “MCHS has been playing a lot of the best 5A 

   

Toppin, Kronemann crowned champions

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:28

 

Both teams claim top honors for G-H/V cross country

 

It was a very successful day for both the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura/West Hancock boys and girls cross country teams.  Both teams brought home championships from the Belmond-Klemme meet held Tuesday, Sept. 4.

“I thought our runners have done a good job with the extreme heat conditions that we have been running in lately,” said Coach Jeff Short.  “I am looking forward to seeing our times when the conditions get back in the 


normal range for this time of the year.”

The girls won with a score of 30, while the boys took top honors with a score of 48.

The girls were paced by first place winner Kamille Kronemann who ran the course in 17:26.  Tiara Van Gerpen was third in 17:57.  Also placing in the top 10 was Maribel Kamago, sixth in 18:50 and Maddie Tusha, eighth in 20:32.  Rounding out the score was Kelly Anderson, 12th, 20:38 and Maria Gonzael, 21st, 21:25.

Joel Toppin was the top runner in the boys race with a time of 17:48.  Chase Smith wasn’t far behind with a time of 18:06, good enough for third place.  Also scoring for the Cardinals was A.J. Arnond, 11th in 19:06; Brad Nedved, 12th in 19:18; Derek Lonneman, 21st in 20:02; Aaron Boehnke, 24th, 20:09; and Jeff O’Brien, 26th, 20:09.

The cross country team runs at the Clear Lake meet held at the Iowa Regular Baptist Camp on Thursday, Sept. 13.  The JV race begins at 4:30 p.m.

 

JV Results

Girls

•Elizabeth Zamago, 1st, 21:49; Emmorie Stokka, 2nd, 21:49; Taylor Glawe, 3rd, 22:28; Hannah Hejlik, 8th, 23:39; Angela O’Hara, 17th, 24:24

 

Boys

•Luke Wolf, 8th, 22:01; Jimmy Ermer, 10th, 22:17; Matt Schroeder, 11th, 22:20; Jacob Meier, 19th, 22:37 Wyatt Tollefson, 28th, 23:19; Theo Schoneman, 44th, 24:14; Derek Anderson, 66th, 27:03; Jordan Babcock, 68th, 27:52; Daniel Schreur, 71st, 28:13

   

Indians stop Lions

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Wednesday, 05 September 2012 11:15

 

Forest City-- and specifically quarterback Tate Thompson, was just too much for the Lions Friday night.  The Indians outscored Clear Lake 25-7 in the third quarter on their way to a 32-17 non-District victory.

The loss snapped Clear Lake’s 42-game regular season win streak, as well as the 18 consecutive wins the Lions had posted over Forest City.  Clear Lake, ranked seventh in Class 3A, fell to 1-1 on the season, while the Indians, who compete in Class 2A, improved to 2-0.

   

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