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CL girls end season with three straight wins; ready for playoffs

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Wednesday, 15 February 2012 12:22

The Clear Lake girls finished their regular season with three straight wins.  The Lions toppled conference foes Webster City and Humboldt, then wrapped up the week with a non-conference victory over Charles City.
    Clear Lake (13-8 overall) opens Class 3A regional play at home tonight (Wednesday, Feb. 15) against Iowa Falls-Alden.  During the regular season the two North Central Conference teams split a pair of close games.

   

Lady Vikes pick up District win over Northwood-Kensett

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Wednesday, 15 February 2012 12:19

The Ventura girls are hitting their stride at the right time of the season - heading into playoffs.  The Lady Vikes topped Harris-Lake Park in their final regular season game and they beat Northwood-Kensett in the opening round of District action.
    “I feel like we are getting better and better on the offensive end.  We are taking care of the ball, finding the open man, and playing with a lot of poise and confidence,” said

   

Schmalen, Bieber and Kellogg move on

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Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:16

Three Clear Lake wrestlers have advanced to the District wrestling meet this Saturday at Forest City.  Ryan Schmalen (106), Matt Bieber (120) and Logan Kellogg (182) will all compete for the chance to go to State.  The top two finishers from Saturday’s Sectional meet at Algona qualified for Districts.  Action will begin at noon in Forest City.
    “We always hope to get more guys through, but that’s the way it goes,” said Clear Lake Head Wrestling Coach Gary Weber.  “Three wrestlers placed third, narrowly missing a trip to Districts.  Carson Farmer, Blake Kelso and Brice Wilcke are all alternates and could still qualify if a wrestler is sick or injured.”

   

CL girls fall short despite great effort

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Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:13

   Although they played some of their best ball of the season, the Clear Lake girls came up short in a pair of conference games last week. The Lions are now 10-8 overall and 10-6 in the league.  They finish out the season at home.  After hosting Webster City Tuesday (Feb. 7), they will take on Humboldt Friday and Charles City Saturday.  Tournament play begins

   

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