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Lions working hard

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Wednesday, 30 January 2013 13:19

 

The Clear Lake boys pushed their record to 11-4 with a pair of wins last week.  The week also included a loss on the road to Fort Dodge St Ed’s.  The Lions now share a 10-4 mark in the North Central Conference with the Gaels.  Iowa Falls-Alden continues to lead the way at 12-2, followed by Humboldt at 11-3.

 

   

Win streak continues for G-H/V girls

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Wednesday, 30 January 2013 13:17

 

The Garner-Hayfield Ventura girls stretched their winning steak to five with three more wins last week, moving their record to 11-6.

G-H/V 39, Osage 34

The G-H/V girls learned that playing hard all 32 minutes of a game leads to victories.  

   

Wrestlers wrap up regular season with close win over Algona

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Wednesday, 30 January 2013 13:16

 

The Clear Lake wrestling team finished its regular season Thursday night with a 36-33 win over Algona.  The victory lifted the Lions’ record to 5-3 in the North Central Conference and 15-15 over all. 

“That is a very good regular season with the schedule we wrestled,” said Coach Gary Weber.  “This team beat ranked teams in, Emmetsburg, Osage, Denver-Tripoli and Fort Dodge St.Edmonds.  We 

   

Lions in NCC mix

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:30

 

Clear Lake kept itself in the mix of the North Central Conference race with victories over Webster City and Hampton-Dumont.  The Lions, now 8-3 in the NCC, will be at St. Ed’s (9-4) Friday.  The Lions and Gaels are both chasing Humboldt and Iowa Falls-Alden, who are both at 10-2 in the league.  The Lions are also home Thursday to take on Eagle Grove.

   

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