CL girls fall short despite great effort
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:13
Although they played some of their best ball of the season, the Clear Lake girls came up short in a pair of conference games last week. The Lions are now 10-8 overall and 10-6 in the league. They finish out the season at home. After hosting Webster City Tuesday (Feb. 7), they will take on Humboldt Friday and Charles City Saturday. Tournament play begins
Lions come out on top of two OT games; move record to 9-8
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:11
Clear Lake’s boys basketball team is hitting its stride heading into the final games of the regular season. The Lions, who have won six of their last seven outings, came from behind to defeat Hampton-Dumont and St. Ed’s last week. Following the pair of overtime wins, they are now 9-8 overall and 9-6 in the North Central Conference. After hosting Webster City on Tuesday, the Lions are at home Friday and Saturday to play Humboldt and Charles City. They close out the regular season Tuesday, Feb. 14, at Algona.
A win and a loss for Ventura girls
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:08
The Ventura girls picked up a non-conference win, but dropped a Cornbelt Conference match-up in basketball action last week.
WB-M 54, Ventura 36
It was a game of quickness and aggression when the Ventura girls visited West Bend-Mallard on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
The Lady Vikes came out strong and scored the first seven points. Unfortunately, that was the only highlight, as the
Bad week for the Vikings as they drop two games
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 13:04
It was a bad week for the Ventura boys. The Vikings dropped two games, one to a conference opponent and another to a non-conference team.
WB-M 57, Ventura 24
It was an ugly night for the Ventura boys on Tuesday, Jan. 31, when they traveled to West Bend to take on the Wolverines.
“The first time we played West Bend-Mallard it was a low scoring game. We had hoped to recreate that defensive effort, while getting things going offensively. Unfortunately, that didn’t work,” said Coach Chad Brown.
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