Tuesday 2 September 2014
 

Sport

Lions drop two; move record to 7-2

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Wednesday, 14 May 2014 13:09

The Clear Lake boys tennis team went .500 in a busy week. The Lions topped Aplington-Parkersburg and Hampton-Dumont, but was upended by powerhouse Fort Dodge St. Edmond and Boone. The Lions are now 7-2.

   

Bieber wins the long jump at home meet

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Wednesday, 14 May 2014 13:07

A first place finish in the long jump highlighted the Clear Lake girls’ performance at the Jim Ahrens Relays held Thursday, May 8, in Clear Lake. Bieber jumped 13’ 8” to win the event.

Clear Lake’s 4x200 relay of Shelby Dickes, Bieber, Mckenna Backhaus and Megan Merfeld were looking like they would run their best time and win the race, but failed to make the last exchange.  

   

Clear Lake girls soccer team tops Lynx

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Wednesday, 14 May 2014 13:07

The Clear Lake girls walked on the Webster City field Tuesday, May 6, knowing it was going to be a challenging game.
“Webster City has always brought out some tough soccer play, and we had to play our best on their home field. The extremely high winds added an extra challenge to the evening,” said Lions Coach Nick DiMarco.

   

Girls tennis team puts in a big week on the court

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Wednesday, 14 May 2014 13:06

The Clear Lake girls tennis team is heading into the home stretch of the season with a flurry of meets. The Lions traveled to Iowa Falls and Charles City last week and took part in a weekend tournament in Waverly. Clear Lake’s dual record now stands at 6-2.

   

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