GHV girls roll over two North Iowa conference opponents
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 09:29
It was a very productive week for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls basketball team, as they rolled over two North Iowa Conference opponents, bringing their record to 6-4 in conference play.
GHV 56, North Iowa 24
North Iowa (3-1, 4-5) couldn’t keep up with the Cardinals fast tempo game and GHV easily defeated the Bison, 56-24, on Tuesday, Jan. 7.
“We shot the ball well from the floor due in large part to the type of shots we were getting,” said Coach Matt Erpelding. “Twenty of our 24 field goals came from in the paint. We also forced 34 turnovers, of which 23 were steals which led to some
Lions crowns three champions at Clear Lake Invitational
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 09:28
The Clear Lake wrestling team placed second Saturday at the nine-team Clear Lake Invitational. Charles City won the tournament.
Three Lions were crowned champions: Brennen Doebel, Ryan Leisure and Andres Gonzalez. Doebel was named the meet’s most outstanding wrestler by the nine coaches.
Three Lions were also second place finishers. Ryan Faught, Blake Kelso and Connor Nosbisch wrestled well, but lost to state ranked wrestlers.
Four Cards take top honors at GT/RA Tournament
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 09:26
The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura wrestling team had a tough outing at Nashua-Plainfield, but bounced back to claim second place at the Graettinger-Terril Tournament.
The Cardinals dropped three matches at Nashua Plainfield on Tuesday, Jan. 7.
“Coming off a long break you never know how you will wrestle that first time out,” said Coach Steve Smith. “I felt we started a little sluggish with Forest City and then got better as the night went on.”
Oimoen named Director of Golf at Veterans Memorial Golf Club
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 12:56
Veterans Memorial Golf Club is pleased to announce Mike Oimoen as Director of Golf for the 2014 season.
Oimoen, a former Clear Lake golf stand-out who went on to be a successful collegiate player, obtained a Business Management degree from the University of Alabama-Birmingham, where he played professionally for three seasons.
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