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Today's Sports

  • Knights crowned at Corner track...

    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.

  • Rams first, second at Hawkeye 10...

    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.

  • Rams rally from 20 down to win...

    After abysmal first half shooting and its largest halftime deficit of the season, Glenwood rallied back from 20 points down over the final 16 minutes to defeat Atlantic 63-61 in the Class 3A, District final finals at Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln tonight.

    “These kids have heart and they have grit,” said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte after the game. “At halftime, there was no doubt in their minds that they were going to come back and win this game.”

  • STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT

    Five wrestlers from Glenwood and three from East Mills remain in contention after one day at the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament in Des Moines.

    The Rams’ Trevor Anderson (126) and Matt Malcom won their opening matches to advance to Friday’s quarterfinal round.

    Anderson scored a 7-6 decision over Nate Lasher of Charles City while Malcom pinned Williamsburg’s Colton Lewis in 1:59.

    East Mills went 3-1 in opening round matches with Josh Hopkins (152), Luke Stortenbecker (145) and Anthony Ossman (285) all winning their openers.

  • Glenwood clinches share of...

    63 years was long enough, according to Glenwood coach Curt Schulte.

    His Rams had just knocked off Red Oak 64-42 and wrapped up a share of the Hawkeye 10 Conference title – the school’s first since 1952.

    “This feels great,” Schulte said after the game, still holding the game ball with a Hawkeye 10 Conference Champions t-shirt slung over his shoulder. “The kids are excited. They wanted this. This was one of our goals since the summer. This is something we were shooting for and it was great to get it tonight.”

  • Glenwood goes on road for 81-52...

    SHENANDOAH – A close look at the numbers for the Glenwood boys basketball team a trend appears: 74 points.
    In eight of its 11 wins this season, the Rams, who are fifth in Class 3A averaging 70 points per game, have matched or exceeded 74 points.

    Glenwood scored 81 Friday.

  • Knights fall in Corner...

    MALVERN - A costly turnover late in the game prevented Fremont-Mills from ending Stanton’s perfect season as the Vikings won the Corner Conference Tournament Championship 48-44 Saturday night in Malvern.

    Stanton improved to 15-0 on the season with the win, which gave them their first CC Tournament championship since 1997.
    Both teams struggled to find an offensive rhythm early in the game, as Stanton led 9-7 after the first eight minutes.

  • Rams win on road at Shenandoah

    SHENANDOAH - The Glenwood girls had four players score in double-figures in a 69-57 road win at Shenandoah Friday.

    The Rams (8-6 overall, 5-3 in the conference) went 8-for-8 at the free throw line and out-scored the Fillies (10-6 overall, 3-5 in the conference) in the final quarter.

  • Glenwood bounces back for big win

    A key 7-0 fourth quarter run turned a 41-41 game into a 48-41 Glenwood lead the Rams would never relinquish in a 57-55 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Class 3A, No. 3 ranked Harlan Saturday night in Glenwood.

    “We go on that run and I’ll tell you what, the kids had real poise and really took good care of the basketball in that fourth quarter,” said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte. “We knocked down free throws when we needed them and Andrew Blum had a whale of a ball game in the fourth.”

  • Malcom wins title, Rams fifth at...

    Glenwood’s Matt Malcom won the 160-pound weight class and the Rams placed fifth as a team at the highly competitive Basehor-Linwood Bobcat Class in Kansas Saturday.

    The tournament, which features 36 wrestling teams from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Colorado, crowned Goddard, Kan. as its team champion with 221 points. The Rams’ 115 points was good enough for fifth place.