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September 13th

Creek Boys win Tipton XC invite

TIPTON– Clear Creek Amana’s (CCA) varsity boys cross country squad won the Tipton Invitational Tuesday, Sept. 5, in Tipton’s City Park. The Clippers topped the 18-team field with 77 team points and were led by Nick O’Connor’s seventh-place finish in 17:10. Brandon Barker was three seconds behind O’Connor and took eighth place.
Center Point-Urbana was second in points with 91 while the host Tigers were third with 102.

Bolts clip the Falcons, 61-0

IOWA CITY– Liberty High’s sophomore football team improved to 1-1 with a 61-0 blowout Tuesday, Sept. 5, over the West Burlington Falcons at Iowa City West High.
Jack Ankenbauer put the Bolts on the scoreboard with 6:38 remaining in the first quarter, when he scored a touchdown. Kaleb Williams added a successful 2-point conversion to give Liberty an 8-0 lead. Williams reached the end zone two minutes later and scored on his second 2-point play for a 16-0 lead. Dawson Zimmerman took a punt return all the way to the house to make it 22-0.

September 6th

Lightning girls eighth at Bob Brown Invitational

Logan blazes a trail for the Bolts

igh’s girls cross country team rallied for a eighth-place showing Thursday, Aug. 31, in Iowa City Regina’s Bob Brown Invitational at Kickers Soccer Park, in Iowa City.
Monticello won the meet with 42 team points, followed by runner-up Marion and Solon. The Regina Regals were seventh, while the Bolts finished eighth with 239 team points. Clear Creek Amana was 10th.
McKenzie Logan blazed a trail for the Bolts with a seventh-place finish in 21:30.44.

Independence Mustangs trample CCA Boys 35-7

By Chris Umscheid
North Liberty Leader
INDEPENDENCE– The Independence Mustangs stampeded over the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity football Clippers, 35-7, Friday, Sept. 1, in Independence.
The non-district loss knocked the Creek Boys to 0-2 ahead of district play, which begins Friday, Sept. 8, at Dubuque Wahlert (0-0, 2-0).
Cade Gallagher scored the Clippers’ only touchdown of the night on a 1-yard scamper while Mitch Evans nailed the point-after kick.

Lightning shocks CCA Clippers

NORTH LIBERTY– Liberty High School’s first varsity volleyball squad got its first home win on Tuesday, Aug. 29, sweeping the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Clippers, 3-0.
The Bolts fell to Solon, 3-1, the week before in the school’s first home match.
The win gave the Bolts their second victory of the season moving to 2-4 while handing the Clippers their fifth loss for a 3-5 showing early in the season.

clear creek amana cross country

O’Connor and Barker lead the way for CCA

IOWA CITY– Clear Creek Amana’s (CCA) varsity boys cross country team was the runner-up squad on Thursday, Aug. 31, at Iowa City Regina’s Bob Brown Cross Country Classic, held at the Kickers Soccer Park, in Iowa City. Mount Vernon-Lisbon won the boys meet with a total score of 63 followed by the Clippers with 84.
Nick O’Connor led the Creek Boys with a sixth-place finish, followed by teammate Brandon Barker in seventh.

Creek girls sweep Trojans

TIFFIN– Clear Creek Amana’s (CCA) varsity volleyball squad regrouped and retooled after a 3-0 loss to Liberty High on Tuesday, Aug. 29, and swept the South Tama Trojans, 3-0, on Thursday, Aug. 31, at home.
The Creek Girls pulled out a 28-26 win in the first set, sailed to a 25-18 win in the second set and battled to a 27-25 finish in the final set.
The win improved the Clippers to 4-5.

Bolt XC boys run in Bob Brown Invite

IOWA CITY– Liberty High’s boys cross country squad placed ninth in team points on Thursday, Aug. 31, in Iowa City Regina’s Bob Brown Invitational at the Kickers Soccer Park, in Iowa City. Mount Vernon-Lisbon won the meet, with Clear Creek Amana taking the runner-up spot. The host Regals were eighth, while Solon was 11th.
Peter Woodward was the fastest Lightning Bolt, finishing in 10th place.

Martin sets two West High swim records

CEDAR FALLS– Iowa City West High’s swimming Women of Troy captured their second win of the season on Tuesday, Aug. 29, on the road, in Cedar Falls, soaking the Cedar Falls High School Tigers, 98-88, in varsity competition.
Ruby Martin had a big night, both for West High and for herself, as she set new school records in both the 100-yard butterfly (55.01 seconds) and the 100-yard backstroke (57.81).

Women of Troy fall to Linn-Mar Lions

Linn-Mar defeats IC West, 3-1

IOWA CITY– The Iowa City West High Women of Troy suffered a setback with a 3-1 loss, at home, to Linn-Mar Tuesday, Aug. 29. The Lions took the first set narrowly, 25-23, and won the second set, 25-17. West High rallied back in the third set and won, 27-25, before falling, 25-17, in the fourth and final set.
Colby Greene led West High with 20 kills and found support from Cailyn Morgan, Claire Overton and Emily Burtch with seven apiece.