Wednesday 23 April 2014
 

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Clear Lake boys tennis team opens with two wins

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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:55

The Clear Lake boys tennis team recorded identical 7-2 victories over Iowa Falls-Alden and Mason City during their first week of action.

CL 7, IF-A 2

The Lions won four of six singles matches and swept the doubles on their way to a 7-2 victory over Iowa Falls-Alden on Thursday, April 10.  

Sam Jones opened the match with a win at the number one singles spot.  Jacob Peterson, Nick Chizek and Ben Mason, playing in the number four to six spots, also won their matches.  Number two JJ Theobald was narrowly defeated, 7-6 (8-6), 1-6, 10-7, while Andrew Davis, playing in the number three slot, withdrew with an injury.

   

Lunning and Heinemann lead GHV boys golf team

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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:55

It was a good start to the 2014 golf season for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys golf team, topping West Hancock on Friday, April 11, at the Britt Country Club. The Cardinals won by a whopping 87 strokes, 167-254.
 Mitch Lunning’s 39 led the team and gave him medalist honors.

   

GHV girls blank opponent, 10-0

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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:54

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls soccer team opened the 2014 season strong on Monday, April 7, by shutting out CAL/Hampton-Dumont/Belmond-Klemme 10-0.

“Anytime you score 10 goals and only allow one shot on goal, it is a good day,” said Coach Josh Banse.  “We played very well on both sides of the field.”

Bri Bier got the game rolling with two consecutive goals.  Riannan Kadrlik led the team with three goals.  Adding one goal apiece was Shelby Rayons, Maddie Tusha, Tiara Van Gerpen and Mallory Keech.  Mackenzie Haag recorded one penalty kick.

   

GHV girls split golf meets; O’Hara medalist at Britt

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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:53

GHV vs. C-G
Despite the weather, which was breezy and very cold, and the fact that the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls golf team has not been on a course yet this season, Monday night’s meet with Clarion-Goldfield could have been worse.  As it was, C-G topped GHV by only four strokes, 208-212, in the first meet of the season.
“I didn’t have real high expectations entering this meet, since the girls had not played a hole this season,” said Coach Todd Greiman.  “Overall, a team score of 212 with very limited practice time and virtually no time on a green is not bad at all.”

   

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