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Today's News

  • Glenwood baseball: Boys looks to 'rebuild' in 2009

    Coming off its best season in school history the Glenwood baseball team is looking at a “rebuilding” season in 2009, said coach Brett Elam.

    The Rams lost nine seniors off last year's 27-10 team that placed second in the Hawkeye 10 Conference before seeing their season end at Harlan in districts.

  • Monarchs' OT goal downs Rams

    Brian Segoviana's goal one minute into overtime gave Denison a 3-2 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Glenwood last Monday.

    The Monarchs assured themselves of at least a share of the conference crown with the win and eliminated the Rams, the defending conference champions, from title contention.

    After a scoreless first half, Glenwood got a pair of goals from Nathan Knight and Brian Lilly to take a a 2-1 lead midway through the second half. But with just under four minutes to go, the Monarchs tied it at 2-2 to send the game into overtime.

  • Monarchs' OT goal downs Rams

    Brian Segoviana's goal one minute into overtime gave Denison a 3-2 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Glenwood last Monday.

    The Monarchs assured themselves of at least a share of the conference crown with the win and eliminated the Rams, the defending conference champions, from title contention.

    After a scoreless first half, Glenwood got a pair of goals from Nathan Knight and Brian Lilly to take a a 2-1 lead midway through the second half. But with just under four minutes to go, the Monarchs tied it at 2-2 to send the game into overtime.

  • Rams’ state hopes end in district finals at A-D-M

    A year after Glenwood defeated A-D-M in a razor thin shootout the tables were turned in Adel on Monday as A-D-M came back from a 1-0 deficit to down the Rams 3-2 in the Class 2A, Region 2 finals.

    The win propels the Tigers to state and ends Glenwood's season at 11-8.

    “We had several good chances. We just didn't get it done,” said Glenwood coach Mike Artist after the game.

  • Rams’ state hopes end in district finals at A-D-M

    A year after Glenwood defeated A-D-M in a razor thin shootout the tables were turned in Adel on Monday as A-D-M came back from a 1-0 deficit to down the Rams 3-2 in the Class 2A, Region 2 finals.

    The win propels the Tigers to state and ends Glenwood's season at 11-8.

    “We had several good chances. We just didn't get it done,” said Glenwood coach Mike Artist after the game.

  • Rams 3-0 after 8-1 win over Griswold

    Molly Bryan struck out 14 and scattered two hits for the Glenwood softball team in a 8-1 win over Griswold on Thursday.

    Bryan, a freshman, improved to 3-0 on the season with the win. She has not allowed an earned run in three starts this season and has struck out 32.

  • Rams 3-0 after 8-1 win over Griswold

    Molly Bryan struck out 14 and scattered two hits for the Glenwood softball team in a 8-1 win over Griswold on Thursday.

    Bryan, a freshman, improved to 3-0 on the season with the win. She has not allowed an earned run in three starts this season and has struck out 32.

  • Knights split pair at Red Oak

    The Fremont-Mills baseball pounded out a combined 17 hits in 12-1 win over South Page and a 19-4 loss to the host Tigers at the Red Oak Invitational Tournament on Saturday.

    In game one, the Knights (3-2) clubbed 11 hits off the Rebels’ pitcher. Austin Hansen, Zach Desourmeaux, Joey Greiner and Joey Carlson each had two hits apiece. Hansen drove in three runs and Carlson two.

    Hansen earned the win on the hill pitching a complete game while striking out 13 and scattering four hits.

  • Knights split pair at Red Oak

    The Fremont-Mills baseball pounded out a combined 17 hits in 12-1 win over South Page and a 19-4 loss to the host Tigers at the Red Oak Invitational Tournament on Saturday.

    In game one, the Knights (3-2) clubbed 11 hits off the Rebels’ pitcher. Austin Hansen, Zach Desourmeaux, Joey Greiner and Joey Carlson each had two hits apiece. Hansen drove in three runs and Carlson two.

    Hansen earned the win on the hill pitching a complete game while striking out 13 and scattering four hits.

  • Rams defeat Tri-Center

    Glenwood came back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Tri-Center and complete its regular season with a 13-1 record.

    The game, which featured just two officials instead of the usual three, was more physical than coach Brad Selvey expected but he thought his team dealt with that physicality pretty well.

    “It was a much more physical game than we were anticipating,” said Selvey. “We really escaped with a win and really, without injuries. It was kind of a chippy game.”