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Girls pick up one win; drop two

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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 13:04

  Coach Bart Smith says his team is learning some important lessons this season.  The Lions (6-3) returned from the holiday break and posted a win, but then dropped a pair of games.  Coach Smith boiled the week down to one thing -- you’ve got to want to win more than the other team.

   

Rough road games for the Lions

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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 12:59

    The road had been rough for the Clear Lake boys.  The Lions returned to action after the holiday break with three road games last week.  Conference leaders Webster City and St. Ed’s both downed the visitors, then Forest City posted a non-conference win over the Lions.   The losses put the Lions at 3-6 on the season heading into a Monday game at Mason City.

   

Vikings fall to undefeated Harris-Lake Park

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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 12:56

Harris-Lake Park showed the Ventura boys why they are the number one team in the Cornbelt Conference and a top ranked team in the state on Friday night, Jan. 6.  The 11-0 Wolves topped the Vikings 65-33 in the Ventura gym.

   

Buzzer shot costs Lady Vikes a victory

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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 12:53

    A buzzer shot cost the Ventura girls a one-point game on Friday night, Jan. 6, when they hosted Harris-Lake Park in a Cornbelt Conference showdown.
    The Lady Vikes came out strong and garnered a 10-7 first quarter lead.  Top players Emily Mathews and Shelby Rayhons

   

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