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Belmond-Klemme softball defeats North Iowa June 30th

SPORTS NEWS JULY 1 2014 The Belmond-Klemme softball team defeated North Iowa in Buffalo Center 3-1 Monday night. Mackenzie Tenold struck out 6 in the circle, while Rebecca Soma had 2 hits and 2 RBI and Hailey Barrus had 2 hits for the Broncos. Paige Hassebroek had 9 strikeouts for the Bison. Other softball scores:

Monday Baseball and Softball scores

SPORTS NEWS JUNE 10 2014 The Forest City baseball team was shut out by the Osage Green Devils and Tyler Mork 6-0. Forest City got 7 strikeouts by Dan Happel on the mound, but couldn’t muster any offense against Mork. The Indians travel to Saint Ansgar today. Other baseball scores from Monday: Lake Mills 7,

Area baseball and softball results from June 5th, Clear Lake State Soccer

SPORTS NEWS JUNE 6 2014 The Belmond-Klemme baseball team defeated Eagle Grove 7-3 Thursday night, as Josh Gavin picked up the win on the mound, striking out 5. Dustin Bruns and Colton Kuhlers each had 2 RBI. Other Thursday baseball scores: West Fork 11, Clarion-Goldfield 1 5 innings Clear Lake 14, Central Springs 0 5

SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 12 2014

The Forest City Wrestling team fell to Clear Lake at the Class 2A Regional dual meet in Clear Lake Tuesday night. In a match heard here on KIOW, the Indians fell 43-27.  The Lions then defeated Crestwood 51-23 to qualify for the state dual team tournament.  Crestwood gained the finals by defeating Osage 33-31.  The

SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 3 2014

The Forest City girls basketball team defeated Belmond-Klemme 54-31 Friday night to stay one game back of conference leader Garner-Hayfield/Ventura in the title race. Forest City was led by Sarri Happel and Amanda Wilson, who each had 13 points, while Mackenzie Tenold had 11 for Belmond-Klemme. Other Friday basketball scores: West Hancock 57, Lake Mills

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 4 2013

The Forest City Indian boys’ basketball team opened the 2013-14 campaign with a tough 69-67 loss to Mason City High School Tuesday night. In a game heard here on KIOW, Erich Erdman led the Indians with 21 points, while twin brother Ethan had 14, and Jordan True had 11.  Sophomore Jaresse Williams had 21 for

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