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Today's News

  • East Mills softball falls in shootout, 21-14

        The East Mills girls 20 hits was not enough as the Wolverines fell 21-14 to Stanton in a Corner Conference softball showdown last Tuesday.
        The 2 hour, 23 minute game featured 33 hits and a dozen errors between the two teams.

  • Wolverines maul Vikings in 14-0 win

        Five different players recorded at least two hits for the East Mills baseball team in a 14-0 five-inning victory over Villisca on Friday.
        The Wolverines (2-1) had 15 hits in the win. Luke Schafer, Daniel Duysen and Charlie Ruff each had three hits and Colby Jennings and David Howell two hits each. Jennings also drove  in two runs and Ruff added two RBIs.
        Ruff earned the win on the hill, allowing one hit and striking out four in five innings of work.

    East Mills 14,
    Stanton 10

  • Glenwood baseball suffers first loss of season

        Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln took advantage of five Glenwood errors in the second innings to propel the Lynx to a 10-5 victory on Saturday at the Clarinda Tournament.
        The loss was the Rams' first in eight games this season.
        Glenwood committed six errors in the game leading to six unearned runs. Sophomore right-hander Justin Fisher recorded the loss for Glenwood.

  • Glenwood softball stays perfect with 9-0 record

        The Glenwood softball team improved to 9-0 on the season with a 3-0 weekend at the Atlantic Softball Tournament.
        The Rams knocked off Walnut 11-1 and Treynor 6-1 before defeating Carroll 8-4 in the pool title game.
        “This was a good measuring stick for us,” said Glenwood coach Tim Stanton. “Carroll came in 9-1 and we came out and played really well. If we can get eight runs with the way Molly (Bryan) has been pitching, we’re going to be tough to beat.”

  • Glenwood girls returning to state soccer tournament

        For the second straight season the Glenwood girls soccer team is headed to the Iowa State Soccer Tournament.

        The Rams jumped on Denison early and never let up in a 4-1 Regional Championship win at Denison on Monday night.
        The Rams (14-1) will open the first round of state play on Thursday at 2:15 p.m. against A-D-M/Van Meter (13-3) at the Muscatine Soccer Complex.

  • Glenwood boys soccer falls in first round at state

        The Glenwood boys state tournament frustrations continued on Thursday with a 2-1 loss to Dubuque Wahlert in the opening round of the Class 3A State Soccer Tournament at Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines.

  • Ram baseball off to 3-0 start

        The Glenwood baseball team moved to 3-0 on the season with a 16-2 rout of Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson on Friday.
        Alec Forbes improved 2-0 after allowing two hits, no earned runS and fanning six in four innings of work.
        Kyle Wheeler and Taylor Kaufman led a nine-hit Glenwood attack with two hits each. Kaufman also drOve  in three runs.
        In a ll seven different Rams recorded at least one hit.

    Glenwood 13,
    C.B. St. Albert 3

  • Glenwood boys soccer state bound

        After his team scraped by Harlan 1-0 in a hard fought Hawkeye 10 Conference battle in April, Glenwood coach Mike Artist didn’t know what to expect from a Class 2A, Substate final match up with the Cyclones.
        Less than five minutes into the game, Artist had his answer. Trenton McNeel’s goal sailed through the net for a 1-0 lead to take the air right out of the unranked Cyclones’ upset bid over the No. 4 ranked Rams en route to a 3-0 victory that lands Glenwood into the state tournament.

  • A Century In The Classroom

    Kreg Kinzle, Mike Pomerenke and Mike Schmidt have devoted nearly their entire professional careers to the education of children in the Glenwood Community School District. Between the three of them, they share more than a century of teaching experience in the district – 104 years to be exact.

    On Tuesday, the three retiring teachers spent their final day in a classroom setting.
    Understandably, it was a bittersweet day.
    “I’m going to really miss the kids and my colleagues,” Pomerenke said. “When you’ve done something like this for 37 years, it just becomes a part of your life.”

  • The Talent to Compete

        The Glenwood softball team returns all but three players from last year’s team.
        Ram head coach Tim Stanton called that depth of talent a good thing and perhaps a not so good thing.