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Rollercoaster week for Cards

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Wednesday, 14 January 2015 15:44

It was a week of ups and downs for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls, as they went 1-2 on the week and moved their record to 8-3 in the NIC. 

Osage, 50, GHV 47

The Cardinal girls dropped a three-point heartbreaker to the undefeated Osage girls basketball team on Tuesday, Jan. 6.

It was back-to-back scoring in the first quarter, until the Green Devils went on a seven-point scoring run to end the first quarter with a 16-11 lead.

GHV battled back and tied it up 24-24.  A two-point shot by Jillian Heitland gave the Cardinals their first lead of the game, 29-28.  Osage answered that with a bucket and a three, to end the half with a 33-29 lead.

   

Lions place third at Forest City

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Wednesday, 14 January 2015 15:43

The Clear Lake wrestling team traveled to Forest City for the eight-team Forest City Invite Saturday. The Lions finished in third place, just 9.5 points out of first. Charles City edged Oelwein by a point to win the title. 

Four Lions claimed titles: Brennen Doebel, Ryan Schmalen, Ryan Leisure and Ryan Faught.  Leisure was voted the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament after beating second ranked John Etherington, of Charles City, 5-0. 

   

Brandt to continue football career at USD

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Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:15

Brock Brandt, a senior standout on Clear Lake High School’s football team, has committed to the University of South Dakota, a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

 

   

Waldron signs to play golf at Northwestern College

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Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:15

Dane Waldron, a Clear Lake High School senior, has signed a letter of intent to continue his golf career at Northwestern College next fall.

Waldron has played three years for the Clear Lake High School golf team heading into his senior season. A three-time state qualifier, Waldron finished fifth individually and led his team to a second place finish at the state meet last year. Waldron finished second at state as a sophomore and 13th as a freshman. He has a career scoring average of 73 and has won the last three Iowa Junior PGA 

   

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