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Today's News

  • Glenwood off to 2-1 start on diamond with win over TJ

    The Glenwood baseball team got a strong outing from starting pitcher Cole Loeffelbein and smacked 13 hits at the plate in a 6-1 road victory at Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Friday.

    Loeffelbein threw four solid innings, allowed no earned runs and just one hit to record the win.

    Glenwood coach Kurt Schultz said his team’s strong hitting was nicely balanced by a good defensive effort.

  • Glenwood off to 2-1 start on diamond with win over TJ

    The Glenwood baseball team got a strong outing from starting pitcher Cole Loeffelbein and smacked 13 hits at the plate in a 6-1 road victory at Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Friday.

    Loeffelbein threw four solid innings, allowed no earned runs and just one hit to record the win.

    Glenwood coach Kurt Schultz said his team’s strong hitting was nicely balanced by a good defensive effort.

  • Rams down Harlan, head to substate semis

    The Glenwood girls soccer team scored three goals in the opening 11 minutes of the second half in a 5-0 victory over Harlan in Class 2A, Region 2 soccer Friday.

    The first half ended in a scoreless tie before a few halftime adjustments helped Glenwood pull away in the second half.

    “We had a lot of shots in the first half but were having a hard time not shooting in right at the goalie,” said Glenwood coach Amy Benson.  “We talked about hitting low and hard shots during halftime to try and beat her height since she was tall.”

  • Rhodes hard work pays off with state golf bid

    Kobe Rhodes first picked up a golf club when he was 4 years old.

    As a youngster, he played in some youth tournaments, hit the ball around the links and never putting much time or effort into his time on the course.

    At age 14, Rhodes got serious – and his game seriously improved.

  • Rams’ doubles duos gain experience at state tennis

    WATERLOO - Neither of Glenwood’s two doubles teams that reached the Iowa State Tennis Doubles and Singles Tournament are coming home with medals.

    But both duos that reached state are coming home with something valuable:
    Experience.

  • Rams first, second at Hawkeye 10 meet

    For one team, it was another step, another accomplishment in a season that has been filled with them.

    For another team, a long streak ended without a trophy.

    It was a range of emotions for the boys and girls Glenwood track teams following the Hawkeye-10 conference meet. The girls, who have had a dominant season that has seen many wins, walked away as conference champions.

  • Knights crowned at Corner track meet

    TABOR - Nishnabotna may have won more gold medals but Fremont-Mills was crowned the boys team champion at last Tuesday’s Corner Conference Track and Field Meet at Fremont-Mills’ Ralph and Helen Carl Stadium in Tabor.

    Fremont-Mills picked up four gold medals to the Blue Devils’ five but the Knights easily out-paced the field with 157 team points. Nishnabotna was second with 116 points and Sidney third with 70.5. East Mills finished fourth with 64 team points.

  • Glenwood boys track second at own Ram Relays

    Council Bluffs Lewis Central edged Glenwood 144 to 134 in the team standings at the Ram Relays in Glenwood last Monday.

    The Titans earned gold medals in four events to the Rams’ three to wrestle the team title away from the Rams in their own meet for the first time since 2007.

  • Rams split two at Johnston tourney

    The Glenwood boys soccer team split a pair of games at the Johnston Invitational Saturday.

    The Rams (3-1) ran into a buzz saw in their opener, falling to the host Dragons 8-0 for their first loss of the season.

    Johnston started the scoring in the first minute when one of their wings ran free on a cross, according to Glenwood coach Cort Lovato.

  • Cold, wind can’t slow Rams at Lady Tiger Relays

    A cold, windy night did nothing to slow the Glenwood girls track team.

    The Rams wrapped up eight gold medals as they ran away with the team title at the Lady Tiger Relays Thursday in Red Oak.
    The weather, some illness and some injuries maybe have slowed the Rams a bit, said Glenwood coach Cory Faust, but the focus was there all meet.