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Holes for Hope benefits autism

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Wednesday, 10 August 2011 11:37

Vratsinas Holes For Hope Foundation (VHFH) announced that $66,040 was raised from the 2011 Holes for Hope Golf Classic Benefiting Autism which took place on Monday, June 27, at Des Moines Golf and Country Club.  Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds, Marv Cook, former Iowa Hawkeye and NFL tight end, and Tyler Lagasse, five-time Special Olympics Golf Champion for the State of Massachusetts, joined in the days’ events both as golf participants and event speakers.
    Over 100 golfers came out to support autism and nearly 200 people showed their support at the 19th Hole Celebration held directly after golf play at Des Moines Golf and Country Club.

   

Lions earn plenty of post season honors

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Wednesday, 03 August 2011 11:47

Clear Lake well represented on All-North Central Conference and All-District teams

 

    The outstanding season the Clear Lake baseball team enjoyed has been rewarded with a wealth of post-season honors.  Lions were well represented on both the All-North Central Conference and All-District Teams.
    “I think these kids accomplished some pretty great things this year, improving a very respectable record of 22-10 from a year ago to 28-10 this year,” said Clear Lake Coach Seth

   

Tarr signs to play golf for NIACC

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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:30

    Brent Tarr, a state golf champion in his senior season at Clear Lake High School, will take his game to the next level as a member of the North Iowa Area Community College golf team.

   

Clear Lake wrestlers attend Luther College Team Wrestling Camp

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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:21

Clear Lake High School wrestling team participates in Luther’s Team Wrestling Camp
    The Clear Lake High School wrestling team participated in the 2011 Luther College Team Wrestling Camp in Decorah, Iowa, from July 6-9.  There were over 240 individuals participating in the team camp from four states.
        The 2011 Luther wrestling camps, directed by Luther head wrestling coach Dave Mitchell, have grown into some of the largest and most recognized camps in the Midwest. In 2010, more than 1,000 athletes participated, representing more than 60 teams from seven states.
    Recent clinicians have included several Olympian, NCAA champion and All-American wrestlers, including Cale Sanderson, Brandon Slay and Brent Metcalf.

   

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