Category Archives: Sports

Lions finally get to hit the track

(Above) Clear Lake’s Zach Lester cleared 6’2” in the high jump at the Cadet Relays.  The jump helped Lester capture the top spot, which he shared with an IF-A athlete.  -Photo by Kristi Nixon, Mid-America Publishing The Clear Lake boys track team was able to get a couple of meets in between snow storms last…
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Soccer team picks up 5-4 win in season opener

(Above) The Lions opened the soccer season Thursday night with a home meet against CAL-Dows.  Pictured for Clear Lake is Ben Stroup (19) and Landon Lovstad.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy The Clear Lake boys opened the soccer season on Thursday night, April 12, at home against CAL-Dows.  The contest was a close one, with…
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Boys tennis team tops Bulldogs, 8-1

The Clear Lake boys tennis team finally got their season underway on Thursday, April 12, at Hampton.  The Lions posted an 8-1 win against the Bulldogs. Singles 1.  Mac Adams (CL) over Hunter Wilkinson 6-0, 6-2 2.  Augi Bollhagen (H-D) over Hunter Gerhardt (CL) 6-3, 6-7, 10-8 3.  Aaron Blum (CL) over Noah Walker 6-2, 6-2 4. …
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Lions defeat Bulldogs

(Above) Clear Lake’s Maranda Harrison won her singles match and teamed with Chloe Mueller to win her doubles match against Hampton-Dumont.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy The Clear Lake girls tennis team played for the first time outdoors since March 23, but the lack of court time didn’t seem to matter.  The Lions defeated Hampton-Dumont…
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Barragy earns medalist honors at Fort Dodge

Senior Jordyn Barragy earned medalist honors at Clear Lake’s first golf meet of the season Tuesday, April 10, at Fort Dodge.  Barragy carded a 48 to lead the Lions.  Riley Mayer, from St. Edmond’s also fired a 48 to share honors with Barragy. Host St. Ed’s won the triangular with a team score of 212. …
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GHV opens season with a 8-2 win

The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura boys soccer team had both the offense and defense clicking in its season opener on Thursday, April 12.  The Cardinals combined all their talents and soundly defeated Charles City, 8-2. “For much of the match we controlled the ball.  In fact, our goalie only touched the ball five times, which shows just how…
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