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Clear Lake wins Forest City Boys Relays, Indians 3rd

SPORTS NEWS APRIL 3 2015 The Forest City boys track team hosted the Forest City Relays on Thursday night.  The Indians finished 3rd with 97 points. Clear Lake won with 134.5, Webster City was 2nd with 109.5, Lake Mills had 92, Iowa Falls-Alden 89, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 75, North Iowa 72, Central Springs 21, and Belmond-Klemme 9. 

Sierra Ford-Washington

Ford-Washington Earns All American Honors

For the second straight season, the NIACC women’s basketball team has a first-team NJCAA Division II all-American. Sophomore Sierra Ford-Washington was selected to the first-team Tuesday becoming the third women’s player in school history to earn first-team status. Last season, three NIACC women’s basketball players received all-American honors. Chelsey Jacox was a first-team selection. Lateeka

Waldorf Golf

Becerra, Roa turn in top scores for Warriors

The Waldorf College men’s golf team opened the spring season with a fifth-place finish in the Graceland Spring Invitational. “Overall, we had a lot of positives come out of the tournament,” Waldorf coach Mark Clouse said. “The first competition tests your game. The competitive environment and being under a little pressure is good.” The Warriors