Cardinals setting the track on fire
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:45
It was a very busy week for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls track team. Not only did they have two girls competing at the Drake Relays, but they also managed to squeeze in two meets.
The team competition couldn’t have been closer, with a difference of only four points between first and third place, when the Cardinals hosted a meet on Tuesday, April 22. Clarion-Goldfield won the nine team competition with a score of 107. Lake Mills was second, scoring 106 points, and GHV was third with 103 points.
CL girls compete in Charles City and Garner
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:44
Charles City Invitational
Megan Merfeld figured in a pair of fourth place finishes for the Lions at the Charles City Girls Comet Invitational Friday. Merfeldd ran a 28.66 in the 200 and anchored the Lions’ 4x200. That relay, which was clocked in 1:58.66, also
Busy week for CL girls golf team; improve to 7-2
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:43
The Clear Lake girls golf team improved to 7-2 overall after a busy week.
CL 182, C-G 192, WC 210
On Tuesday April 22, the Lions played in Clarion against Clarion-Goldfield and Webster City. The Lions shot 182, Clarion-Goldfield 192 and Webster City 210. Clear Lake’s Emily Snelling was medalist with 38 and Erin Gates was runner-up medalist with 42. The other counting scores were Paige Backhaus with 45 and Maddie Hess and Maddy Hartnett both shot 57. Rebecca Long shot 61 for the Lions.
A week of ups and downs for GHV girls soccer team
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.
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