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Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys capture 2A Cross Country State Title!

Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys capture 2A Cross Country State Title!

SPORTS NEWS NOVEMBER 2 2015 The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Cross Country team picked up their first state title on Saturday at Kennedy Park in Fort Dodge, winning the 2A crown. The Cardinals were led by senior Chase Smith, who finished 2nd for the 2nd straight year in 16:07.  Freshman Reece Smith was 4th in 16:23, and Junior

Area football teams struggle in opening round of the playoffs.

SPORTS NEWS OCTOBER 29 2015 Playoff football began in Iowa Wednesday night, and North Iowa teams didn’t fare well in the 1st round. Only Bishop Garrigan, Hampton-Dumont and Saint Ansgar advanced to the 2nd round.  In Garner, the Cardinals of Garner-Hayfield/Ventura fell to 4th seeded New Hampton 26-6 in 2A action. Conner Shaw led the

Forest City cross country runs in Algona, GHV Boys and Osage girls win GHV meet

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 29 2015 The Forest City cross country teams competed at the Algona Invitational Monday night.  Noah Segerstrom led the Indian boys with a 53rd place finish in 18:50, while the team finished 15th. Clear Lake won the meet with 81 points. Mason City was 2nd with 103, and Eagle Grove 3rd with

Forest City, Lake Mills football teams win first game of the year, West Hancock moves to 4-1

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 28 2015 The Forest City football team used a strong defensive effort to win their homecoming game 7-6 over the Estherville-Lincoln Central Midgets.  Jaxon Jones scored the Indians lone touchdown. Spenser Larson led the Indian defense with 7 total tackles, including 4 solo tackles for loss.  Forest City held Estherville-Lincoln Central to

Forest City CC Boys 3rd at West Fork, Girls 8th, GHV Boys 3rd at Humboldt

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 22 2015 The Forest City Boys cross country team finished 3rd at the West Fork Invitational in Rockwell on Monday. Noah Segerstrom finished 8th and Ryan Theel 10th for the Indians, as they scored 77 points. West Fork won the tiebreaker, and the meet with 36 points. Newman Catholic was 2nd, also

Forest City falls, West Hancock, North Iowa, Belmond-Klemme all win

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 14 2015 The Forest City Indian football team fell to rival Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 38-6 in the district opener Friday in Forest City. Cade Baker led the Cardinals with 156 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns, while Conner Shaw had 100 yards on 28 carries, and Harley Forry had 101 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Forest

Forest City falls, West Hancock, Belmond-Klemme, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura football teams win in Week 2

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 8 2015 The Forest City football team fell to 4th ranked Spirit Lake 63-10 in non-district action Friday night in Spirit Lake.  Ryan Saarie kicked a 30 yard field goal, and Chris Jermeland scooped up a fumble and returned it 8 yards for the Indians lone touchdown.  Jacob Wilson led the way

Forest City, Lake Mills, Belmond-Klemme, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura win volleyball matches

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 4 2015 The Forest City volleyball team moved to 3-0 with a straight sets win over North Union Thursday night. Set scores were 25-12, 25-21, 25-16.  Emily Koch dished out 31 assists and had 10 digs. Maggie Mathiasen had 12 kills and 16 digs, Josilin Dillavou and Hannah Vaughan each had 9

Forest City and West Hancock fall, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura and Belmond-Klemme pick up big wins in football opener

SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 31 2015 The Forest City football team opened the 2015 regular season with a tough loss at home to Algona in non-district play 21-14 Friday night. The loss was especially tough as senior Tyler Anderson was injured catching a touchdown pass, and may be lost for the season.  Ben Midtgaard completed 5

Newman Knights win 1A baseball title, Clear Lake Lions win 2A for 2nd time in 3 years

SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 3 2015 For the 2nd time in 3 years, the Newman Catholic Knights and Clear Lake Lions picked up state baseball titles.  Both did it in convincing fashion, winning by the 10 run rule.  Newman’s Joey Verstegen tossed a no-hitter, striking out 7, while the Knights exploded for 10 runs in the