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Lady Vikes move to 2-0 in Conference

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Wednesday, 28 September 2011 11:22

It was a successful week on the road for the Ventura volleyball team, as they picked up two wins.

Ventura vs. CCE    
    The Lady Vikes topped Clay Central-Everly Tuesday night, Sept. 20.  Ventura won a close first game, 25-21.  They dropped the second game, 25-20, before going on to win the next two games, 25-22 and 25-18.
    “We really came together tonight as a team,” said Coach Abby Roenfanz.  “I am very proud of how well they played and were able to adapt.  They kept their heads up even when down and fought for every point.”

   

Lady Vikes top the Raiders in conference showdown

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Wednesday, 21 September 2011 12:21

   It was a week of ups and downs for the Ventura volleyball team, as they easily handled Ruthven-Ayrshire, but had trouble in a triangular meet against Northwood-Kensett and West Hancock.

Ventura vs. R-A
    It was a quick night for the Ventura volleyball team on Tuesday, Sept. 13, when they downed Ruthven-Ayrshire in three games for a conference victory.  The scores were consistent at 25-16, 25-16 and 25-15.
    “We had some great moments,” said Coach Abby Roenfanz.  “We are excited about the win, but always strive to be better and improve on our weaknesses as both individual players and a collective team.”
    Four strong hitters led the team at the net.  Morgan Ames was 13/16 with six kills; Shelby Rayhons also had a good night, hitting 14/15 with five kills.  Emily Mathews was 10/17 hitting with four aces

   

Rough week for the Clear Lake volleyball team

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Wednesday, 21 September 2011 12:18

It was a rough week for the Clear Lake volleyball team, as North Central Conference foes Humboldt and Hampton-Dumont swept the Lions, then North Iowa teams battled at the Forest City Tournament.

Humboldt 3, CL 0
    Humboldt came to town Tuesday, Sept. 13, and swept the Lions, 3-0.  The Wildcats posted scores of 25-13, 25-14, 25-19.
    “Humboldt came over to Clear Lake with a lot of good athletes and height.  They were well coached, too,” said Clear Lake Coach Scott Swenson. 

   

Lions tally up 42 points in victory over Algona

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Wednesday, 21 September 2011 12:10

Clear Lake’s new scoreboard got quite a workout Friday, as the Lions scored six touchdowns in a 42-20 victory over Algona.  The win kept the state’s longest regular season win streak going at 36 for Clear Lake and propelled the Lions to the number one ranking among Class 3A teams in the Associated Press poll announced Monday.  Another District 3 team, Webster City, is currently ranked second.
    Friday night the Lions broke open a game tied at 7-7 after the one quarter by scoring three TDs in the second quarter.  They added scores in each of the remaining periods.  Five different Lions provided the scoring and Matt Bieber had two touchdowns.

   

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