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A week of ups and downs for GHV girls soccer team

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:42

IF-A 4, GHV 3 (OT)

The GHV girls gave it their all, but came up just short, falling to Iowa Falls-Alden, 4-3, in overtime on Monday, April 21.

“Iowa Falls has a great, young team,” said Coach Josh Banse.  “I thought our strikers and mid-fielders did a good job keeping us in the game.”

Scoring one goal each for the Cardinals was Emily Spilman, Hannah Lau and Mackenzie Haag.

Spilman and Haag each had one assist.

   

CL girls tennis team improves to 5-1

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:42

The Clear Lake girls tennis team improved to 5-1 last week with a pair of shut-out wins over Webster City and St. Edmonds.

CL 9, Webster City 0

“ Each player had a game plan in mind today and stuck to it,” said Coach Mary Jo Peterson, reviewing her team’s 9-0 victory at Webster City Monday, April 21.  “The girls continue to gain confidence in placing the ball.”

The score was close in the opening game, but the remainder of the Lions players coasted to easy wins.  

   

GHV boys golf tops West Fork

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:41

West Fork Meet

 GHV traveled to Sheffield on Tuesday, April 22, to face West Fork at Ridge Stone Golf Course. The Cardinals topped the Warhawks with a team score of 170.
 Senior Jacob Heinemann had his best round of the season, shooting an excellent even par 36.
 “This is one of the best rounds of the season in this part of the state,” said Coach Ken Krause.

   

GHV boys soccer drops two

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:40

Hudson 2, GHV 0

 It was a tough road game for the Cardinals. They were blanked by Hudson, 2-0, on Monday, April 21.
 As a team, GHV took six shots and three shots on goal.  Teddy Zrostlik took four shots and one shot on goal.  Jack Bertilson and Allan Devora each had one shot.  Jimmy Ermer took two shots on goal.

   

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