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Today's News

  • Rams’ comeback comes up short

    Glenwood’s comeback kids almost pulled off another second-half comeback Friday night, but the Rams came up three points short in a 17-14 setback to Harlan.

  • Glenwood rallies once again for road win

    A week after rallying from a double-digit deficit in the second half, the Glenwood football team did it again Friday.

    Trailing 12-0 heading into the final quarter, the Rams scored on touchdowns of 72 yard and 75 yards in the frame to complete a road comeback over Carroll in the district opener.

    “The grit our guys showed was outstanding,” said Glenwood coach Cory Faust.  “Despite us not really playing our best, particularly on offense, the guys hung in there and found a way to win in the end.”

  • Rams’ Sherry commits to sign with ISU

    Glenwood’s Anthony Sherry has committed to wrestle at Iowa State next season.

    The Rams senior announced his pledge to sign with the Cyclones via Twitter.

    “Proud to announce that I have committed to Iowa State University to further my academic and athletic career! Go state!” Sherry’s Tweet read. A photo of Sherry flanked by Cyclones’ head coach Kevin Dresser accompanied the Tweet.

  • Glenwood finishes 3-2 at Atlantic

    The Glenwood volleyball won three of five matches and placed three girls on the all-tournament team at the Atlantic Volleyball Invitational Saturday.

    The Rams (9-7 overall, 1-1 in Hawkeye 10 Conference) recorded wins over Winterset (21-19, 21-15), Underwood (21-16, 21-7) and the host Trojanns (21-12, 21-10). The two losses came to Treynor (14-21, 18-21) and tournament champion Council Bluffs St. Albert (19-21, 13-21).

  • Rams top field at LC Invite

    The Glenwood girls placed five runners among the top 13 spots to win the team title at the Council Bluffs Lewis Central Cross County Invitational at Iowa Western Community College Saturday.

    The Rams’ Aubrey McIntyre led the way for a ninth place finish and was closely followed by teammates Lacey Jackson (10th), Kate Kaufman (11th), Katelyn Malcom (12th) and Abi Schultz (13th) to total 50 points and easily out-pace runner up Harlan’s 68 points.

  • Fremont-Mills downs East Mills 46-6

    MALVERN – Relying on its bruising running game, Fremont-Mills rolled to a 46-6 eight-man District 7 victory over East Mills Friday night.

    Fremont-Mills racked up over 400 yards of offense, including 339 on the ground, as the Knights improved to 2-1 on the season and 1-0 in district play. East Mills dropped to 0-3 overall and 0-1 in the district.

  • Glenwood Woman Facing Felony Charges Related To Death of Her 8-Year-Old Daughter

    A 34-year-old Glenwood woman is facing felony charges related to the death of her 8-year-old daughter last year.

    Misty Dawn Frazier was arrested Monday and charged with child endangerment resulting in death, a Class B felony, and distributing a drug to a minor without a prescription, a Class C Felony. Frazier was being held in the Mills County Jail on a $35,000 cash only bond pending an initial appearance in magistrate court.

  • Glenwood wins Hawkeye 10 opener

    The Glenwood volleyball team went on the road and swept Atlantic in its Hawkeye 10 Conference opener Thursday.

    The Rams (6-4 overall, 1-0 in the conference) won the match 25-21, 25-15, 25-10.

    Head coach Chelsey Harvey attributed the team win to serving and defense – two points of emphasis in last week’s practices.

  • Glenwood rallies in second half for 24-14 road win

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - An out-of-synch first half gave way to a dominating second half as Glenwood rallied from 14-0 deficif to score the final 24 points in a 24-14 victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson at Gale Wickersham Field Friday in Council Bluffs.

  • Glenwood grad finds competition, camaraderie in Japan baseball trip

    Baseball in Japan, they say, is what football is in America.

    For a week this August, Glenwood graduate A.J. Slaughter got an up close and personal look at a country where baseball is more than just a pastime.