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GHV competes at H-D

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Tuesday, 28 April 2015 19:17

It was a middle of the road kind of night for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys track team when they competed in the Hampton-Dumont Boy’s Invitational on Monday, April 20.  The Cardinals finished in the middle of the eight team meet with 90 points.  The Denver Cyclones won the meet with 150 points, followed by Aplington-Parkersburg with 147 and Clarion-Goldfield with 95.

Ezra Marroquin was the only Cardinal to claim a win.  Marroquin won the 400 meter dash with a time of 53.13.

   

Lions claim runner-up honors at Lynx Relays

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Tuesday, 28 April 2015 19:16

Despite challenging weather, the Lions set several personal bests and finished as runner-up in the team standings at the Lynx Relays held Tuesday, April 21, in Webster City.  Humboldt took the team title with 106 points, followed by Clear Lake with 93 and Pocahontas Area with 89.  The host Lynx were a close fourth in the eight-team field with 86 points.

“We did a great job showing a lot of guts on a tough cold and windy night.  I was very impressed by how many personal bests were achieved on a tough night to run.  An overall very good night for Clear Lake track,” said Coach A.J. Feuerbach, noting the Lion JV won their division.

   

Clear Lake and GHV to be represented at Drake Relays

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Tuesday, 21 April 2015 19:50

A pair of Clear Lake athletes, as well as one from Garner-Hayfield/Ventura will compete at the prestigious Drake Relays this weekend.

Chandler Diercks will return to Drake seeking to become a two-time winner in the long jump.  The CLHS senior has the top jump in the state so far this year at 23’8.5”.  Diercks won at the Drake Relays in 2014 with a leap of 23’10”,  just one and three-quarters of an inch 

   

Lions claim runner-up honors at home meet

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Tuesday, 21 April 2015 19:48

Algona was the class winner of the eight-team field at the Lions Relays held Tuesday, April 14, in Clear Lake.  The Bulldogs ran away with the team title, amassing 196 points. Runner-up Clear Lake had 81 and Osage was third with 66.

   

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