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Lions in driver’s seat to capture NCC crown

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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 16:28

The top ranked Clear Lake boys continued to roll along with two more North Central Conference wins last week. The Lions won at home against Clarion-Goldfield, then traveled to St. Ed’s for an always-tough meeting with the Gaels.  With four conference games remaining, the Lions (15-0, 14-0) are in the driver’s seat to capture the NCC crown.  Humboldt has three NCC losses, while the Gaels have four.

The Lions were slated to travel to Garrigan on Tuesday and host Eagle Grove on Friday. 

   

St. Ed’s gets revenge

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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 16:27

St. Ed’s got revenge for their only loss of the season, beating the Clear Lake girls (14-2, 13-1) Friday night in Fort Dodge.  The win puts the two teams on even standing atop the North Central Conference with four NCC games left to play.  

CL 72, C-G 29

The Lions warmed up for their rematch with St. Ed’s with a home contest against Clarion-Goldfield Tuesday, Jan. 28.  The Cowgirls were outmatched, 72-29.

   

Clear Lake wrestlers win NCC dual title

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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 16:27

The Clear Lake wrestling team picked up two wins Friday night, and in doing so claimed a share of the North Central Conference dual meet title.  The Lions finished in a three-way tie with Webster City and Humboldt.  All three teams ended up 7-1 and will receive a trophy. 

“These kids did a great job all year,” said Coach Gary Weber.  “Kids moved up weight classes to help their team win. We have our stars, but we also have a lot of unselfish kids who worked hard to not get pinned and help win.  I think that is a skill that they can carry into life.”

   

Cardinals go 3-0 at Belmond triangular

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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 16:26

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura wrestling team competed in a triangular at Belmond on Tuesday, Jan. 28, and at the North Iowa Conference Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 1.

It was a good night for GHV on Tuesday, as they went 3-0 with wins over Belmond-Klemme, West Fork and Northwood-Kensett at the triangular.

   

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