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CL golfers earn post season honors

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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 12:30

 

The Iowa High School Golf Coaches Association released its post season honors this week.  Clear Lake’s successful girls and boys programs were represented.

Malorie Fischels, a CLHS senior, was named to the Class 4A First team All-State.  Teammates Paige Backhaus, a junior, and Megan Loux, a senior, were named to the Second Team.

   

Lions climb up the ranks now ranked #1 in Class 3A

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:45

 

The Clear Lake baseball team climbed to number one in the Class 3A ranking this week.  The Lions improved to 14-1 and are a perfect 6-0 in the North Central Conference with three more victories last week.  Two of Clear Lake’s three wins during the week were against NCC foes, including previous co-leader Iowa Falls-Alden.  The Lions are now the only undefeated team left in the conference and have the best winning percentage and the best team ERA of any team in Class 3A.

 

   

Clear Lake girls pick up two wins

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:43

 

Clear Lake’s softball team split games with North Central Conference foes this week and dropped a game to Class 5A Mason City.  The Lions now stand at 3-8-1 on the season.  Coach Megan Young says the week ahead holds many opportunities for success, with the team scheduled to play six games in five days.  After facing Humboldt and Garner-Hayfield/Ventura to start the week, they will be at 

 

   

Despite struggles, Cards can celebrate personal gains

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:41

 

It was another tough week for the Cardinals, as they dropped four more contests, putting their record at 1-15.

 

B-K 14, G-H/V 4

Belmond-Klemme rolled over the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura softball team, 14-4, on Monday, June 10.

The game began slow, with neither team scoring in the first inning.  The Broncos picked it up in the second, getting four runs across the plate.  The third inning was exciting for both teams, with the Cardinals scoring four runs and B-K five.  That was the only inning G-H/V was able to score and the game ended with the Broncos on top, 14-4.

   

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