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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.

   

McIntire aids The Storm in a United Bowl victory

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Wednesday, 20 July 2011 11:45

The Sioux Falls Storm, a member of the Indoor Football League, captured a 37-10 United Bowl victory over the Tri-Cities (Washington) Fever.  This was the fifth time The Storm has claimed the IFL title and they did it in front of 4,500 arena fans.
    Clear Lake’s Brian McIntire, a former Clear Lake High School and Wartburg College standout, plays as a defensive back for The

   

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