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Lions face stiff competition at Waverly Tournament

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Wednesday, 09 May 2012 12:00

The Clear Lake boys soccer team pushed some of the state’s best soccer teams to the brink in the past week, emerging with a split in match play and an 0-3 record at the Waverly Soccer Tournament.
WC 1, CL 0
    Webster City made a cross in the 29th minute of the contest which the Lynx converted for the only goal of the contest May 1.  Webster City (11-2-1) got their fifth shut out of their season, 1-0.

   

Busy schedule for CL girls tennis team

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Wednesday, 09 May 2012 11:59

The Clear Lake girls tennis team played two dual matches in two days and participated in a quadrangular meet on the third day. The busy schedule provided lots of opportunities, according to Coach Martha Andrews.

IF-A 8, CL 2
    The Lions played at Iowa Falls Monday, April 30.  Clear Lake’s Alexis Atkinson picked up a win in singles for the Lions, as did the doubles team of Kaitlyn Pitzen and Taylor Julsen.  Julsen also played a very close singles match, but lost in the tie-breaker, 7-5.

   

Boys tennis team falls to Ford Dodge St. Eds

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Wednesday, 09 May 2012 11:56

     The Clear Lake boys tennis team dropped a match 8-1 to Fort Dodge St. Ed’s.  The Gaels were heavily favored in the match.  They finished in the top eight in the state a year ago and returned four of their top six players this year.
    The Lions picked up their only win in the match at number one doubles.  The team of Jerry Kockler and Paul Raner

   

CL Girls golf team captures NCC Dual Meet title

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Wednesday, 02 May 2012 11:21

The Clear Lake girls golf team captured the North Central Conference dual meet title and recorded a big non-conference win over last year’s 3A State Champion Charles City.
CL 174, Garrigan 180
    Clear Lake topped Bishop Garrigan 174-180 in a North Central Conference dual meet played Monday, April 23, at Veterans Memorial Golf Course in Clear Lake.

   

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