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Lions move to 4-2



Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:47


It was all working for the Clear Lake boys in a 73-40 win over Clarion-Goldfield Tuesday, Dec. 11, but Friday was a different story.  A slow start doomed the home team in a battle of conference leaders.  St. Ed’s dominated, 56-43.  The loss dropped the Lions to 4-2 on the season.  The team traveled to Garrigan on Tuesday and will host Eagle Grove on Friday in their final game before the holiday break.



CL 73, C-G 40

The Lions typically doubled the score on the visiting Clarion-Goldfield Cowboys Tuesday and in the end they earned a 73-40 victory.


Cardinals garner three more wins



Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:46


It was very productive week for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys, as they picked up three more wins.  The Cardinals are in a three way tie for third place in the North Iowa Conference with a record of 3-2.  Belmond-Klemme, 6-0, and North Iowa, 7-0, are currently leading the conference.


G-H/V 60, Osage 51

A strong first half helped the G-H/V boys cruise to a victory over Osage on Tuesday, Dec. 11.

The Cardinals came out strong in the first quarter to jump to a 15-9 lead against the Green Devils.  They stretched that lead to 27-16 by halftime.


Four G-H/V wrestlers place at tournament



Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:45


    The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura wres-tling team had a busy week, wrestling at Central Springs on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at West Hancock on Thursday, Dec. 13, and competing in the Glenn Brand Tournament at Clarion on Saturday, Dec. 15.


Central Springs Triangular

At Central Springs, the Cardinals wrestled against Forest City and Central Springs in a triangular.  G-H/V dropped both matches. 

Against Central Springs, the Cards scored 12 points to the Panthers’ 66.  The 12 Cardinal points were scored by forfeits to Corey Dodd at 195 and Brady Baker at 220.

The Cardinals also fell to Forest City, 66-6.  


Wrestlers go 4-3



Wednesday, 12 December 2012 13:14



The Clear Lake wrestling team went 4-3 last week in a busy week of wrestling.  The Lions beat Eagle Grove 64-15 and Hampton-Dumont 42-30 in North Central Conference action Thursday night in the Lion gym. The wins put the Lions at 3-0 and tied for first place in the conference. 


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