Sports

05/13/2014 - 3:14pm

A wet and stormy weekend saw only one area track get their racing program in, and that occurred at the Hancock County Speedway near Britt.

  In the stock car feature, it was Heath Tulp of Belmond taking the checkers with Chad Palmer of Renwick following behind for second. Craig Berhow of Belmond came home with fourth place money in that race. 

  In hobby...

02/05/2014 - 12:04pm
Disney scores 11, Sann 10 versus Wildcats   Even with two Cowgirls scoring in double figures, it still wasn’t enough for the Clarion-Goldfield varsity team to overcome a good Humboldt club in a 50-39 home loss last Friday. The Wildcats went up 13-5 after a quarter, only to have the red and black fight back to take a 23-22 lead into...
01/29/2014 - 12:47pm
  The Clarion-Goldfield girls varsity basketball team capped off a good week by easily defeating Belmond-Klemme 54-39 last Saturday night in Belmond. The red and black gained control early in going up 28-16 at halftime.   Jossie Sann put on a clinic all by herself, firing in 27 points which included a trey and went a blistering 8 of...
01/29/2014 - 12:45pm
 Last Monday, January 20, the Clarion-Goldfield wrestling team took on both Belmond-Klemme and Forest City in a double dual in Belmond. West Bend was also scheduled to be there, but backed out due to the weather.   The red and black easily handled both teams, taking the Broncos by a 60-22 score. Pins were recorded by Justin Portillo...
01/29/2014 - 12:44pm
In a wild battle for this year’s North Central Conference wrestling tournament title, Webster City edged out Clarion-Goldfield by a mere five points to take top team honors. The Lynx complied 203 points, with the Cowboys finishing out at 198. The rest finished in this order: Clear Lake 171, Humboldt 164, Algona 125, Hampton-Dumont 101.5,...
01/29/2014 - 12:43pm
The Clarion-Goldfield varsity boys basketball team picked up another win last Friday in a 61-53 home defeat of Webster City. The Cowboys led the Lynx 19-14 after a quarter, only to have the score become 32-29 in favor of the Lynx at halftime. The second half would decide it, as the Cowboys outscored the visitors 32 points to 21 over those...
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