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Number one Lions pound the Bulldogs, 54-0

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Wednesday, 19 October 2011 11:09

    The Clear Lake Lions looked like the number one ranked team that they are, as they pounded Hampton-Dumont 54-0 Friday night at Lions Field.  The win clinched the District 3 title for the Lions (8-0, 6-0) and provided their 32nd straight district victory. 
    Clear Lake’s 40th straight regular season win got off to a quick start, as Zac Bendickson  picked off an H-D pass attempt and returned it 50 yards behind good blocking with barely over two minutes gone off the clock.  Logan Kracht’s kick made the score 7-0.

   

Clear Lake volleyball team faces tough competition

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Wednesday, 19 October 2011 11:06

   The Clear Lake volleyball team continues to learn from some of the best.  The Lions finished their home season by facing No. 15 (3A) Algona, then competed against the Bulldogs again, as well as seventh ranked Sheldon at the Algona Tournament Saturday.  As the season draws to a close, Coach Scott Swenson put the spotlight on his teams’ only senior, Ryan Pierce, who played in her last home game and tournament.

   

Lady Vikes top G-T; fall to Newman

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Wednesday, 19 October 2011 10:51

It was a week of highs and lows for the Ventura volleyball team, picking up one win and one loss.

Ventura 3, G-T 0
    The Lady Vikes were pumped up for their last regular season home meet and Parent’s Night, as they downed Graettinger-Terril in three games, 25-17, 25-18 and 25-23.
    “It was a nice win.  I am proud of my team for their work.  We made a couple of changes in the line-up and the girls took the changes and ran with them,” said Coach Abby Roenfanz.

   

Vikings drop hard-fought battle

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Wednesday, 19 October 2011 10:50

It was a hard hitting, hard played game on Friday night, when the Ventura Vikings traveled to Clarksville to take on the eighth ranked Indians in District 3 action.  The Vikings gave the Indians a run for their money, leading the game by one point with 1:40 remaining in the game, but one last touchdown in the final minute of play gave Clarksville the 49-42 victory.
    Ventura got on the board first with a four-yard run to the end zone by Joel Watson.  Watson also ran in the two-point conversion for an 8-0 first quarter lead.
    Clarksville dominated the second quarter.  The Indians capitalized on some big Viking mistakes and raked up four touchdowns.

   

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