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CL girls learn from loss to Mason City to top IF-A

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:58

 

The Clear Lake girls built upon a loss to number one ranked Mason City Monday to score a win against Iowa Falls-Alden on the road Friday.  The victory improved the Lions’ record to 8-3.

Friday night the Lions will host Hampton-Dumont.  The game has been designated as a fundraiser for cancer awareness and research support.  Free will donations will be accepted at the door of the girls and boys games. Wearing pink is also encouraged for this Coaches Against Cancer event.

Mason City 63, CL 34

Mason City forced 13 turnovers in the first half on their way to a lopsided victory over the Lions Monday, Jan. 7.   The Mohawks got off to a 13-5 lead after one quarter and were in cruise control by halftime, 33-15.

   

Despite halftime lead; Lions lose to Iowa-Falls Alden

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:58

 

The Lions went to Iowa Falls Friday night looking to avenge the loss the Cadets handed them in the first game of the season.  They didn’t get the win, but a much better outing has made Coach Kevin Kahler and his team believers that the third time may be the charm if the Lions meet IF-A on the tournament trail.

   

Tough night for G-H/V grapplers

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:57

 

It was a rough night for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura wrestling team when they met two powerhouse teams at the Newman Catholic duals on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at Newman.

St. Edmond dominated the competition with wins over both Newman Catholic and G-H/V.  The Gaels topped 

   

G-H/V girls improve record to 6-5

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:54

 

Close game with Forest City; dominate Newman  

 

Following a poorly played game against Forest City on Tuesday night, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura’s Coach Matt Erpelding predicted his team would come back on Friday and play their best game of the season.  He was right.  The Cardinals picked up an easy win over Newman Catholic.

Forest City 35, G-H/V33

It may have looked like a last minute three-pointer cost G-H/V the game against Forest City, but it was a lot of errors leading up to that point that actually produced the loss, according to their coach.

“We struggled executing our offense.  We didn’t shoot a single free throw in the entire game, which 

   

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