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Clear Lake wrestlers attend Luther College Team Wrestling Camp

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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:21

Clear Lake High School wrestling team participates in Luther’s Team Wrestling Camp
    The Clear Lake High School wrestling team participated in the 2011 Luther College Team Wrestling Camp in Decorah, Iowa, from July 6-9.  There were over 240 individuals participating in the team camp from four states.
        The 2011 Luther wrestling camps, directed by Luther head wrestling coach Dave Mitchell, have grown into some of the largest and most recognized camps in the Midwest. In 2010, more than 1,000 athletes participated, representing more than 60 teams from seven states.
    Recent clinicians have included several Olympian, NCAA champion and All-American wrestlers, including Cale Sanderson, Brandon Slay and Brent Metcalf.

   

Lions fall one win short of state berth; Boone wins, 9-8

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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:14

In a game worthy of its reward, Boone out-slugged the Clear Lake Lions, 9-8 in a Class 3A Sub-State final.  The game sent the Lions home Monday night, just one win short of a state berth.  Boone (20-10) emerged the winner when Clear Lake (28-10) stranded runners at first and third in the seventh inning. 

   

Faber and Kopriva earn North Central Conference softball recognition

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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 11:23

Clear Lake’s Rea Faber was named to the First Team and Rachel Kopriva received Third Team recognition in North Central Conference balloting announced this week.
    Faber, a senior, was an All-NCC First Team selection as a outfielder; Kopriva was an infielder for the Lions.
    Clear Lake Coach Nicki Petersburg said Faber was a threat on offense and defense.

   

Lions prove to be as hot as the weather

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Wednesday, 20 July 2011 11:48

   The Clear Lake Lions were almost as hot as the weather!
    The Lions pounded out 14 hits and scored 14 runs to knock out No. 3 ranked (3A) Charles City in the District final played Monday in Hampton.  The final score was 14-6.  The victory puts the Lions (28-9) just one win away from a state berth.  They will play Boone (19-10) tonight (Wednesday, July 20) in a 7 p.m. game at Hampton.  Boone was a 9-0 winner over Nevada Monday night.

   

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