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Today's Sports

  • Glenwood gets by Thomas...

    Glenwood recorded 14 hits and scored in every inning in a 12-3 out-of-conference softball victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Friday.

    The Rams (10-5) got two or more hits from six batters, with Cameron Rounds leading the way with a 3-for-4 night. Sara Ingoldsby, Bailey Rumery, Brooklyn Taylor, Arianna Springer and Brielle Smith each added two hits apiece. Smith doubled twice and Ingoldsby and Taylor each drove in two runs.

  • Glenwood miscues prove costly in...

    Drake Nettles fanned five and scattered four hits for Council Bluffs Lewis Central in an 11-1 victory over Glenwood in Hawkeye 10 Conference baseball Thursday.

    Nettles pitched five scoreless innings before allowing a run in the sixth and giving way to closer Joel Thompson. Thompson struck out the side in the seventh.

    The Titans jumped out to a 3-0 lead and led 6-1 after six innings before plating five runs in the top of the seventh.

  • Wolverines’ Glockel brothers...

    Matt and Trevor Glockel of East Mills are grounded.

    Not in the disciplinary way, but in a way that lets others know they are boys of integrity, dedication, and goals.

    The Glockels are more than brothers or teammates; they are best friends.
    The dedicated duo has been playing baseball together since Matt was in the third grade.

    “I actually played on his team when I was in first grade because they didn’t have enough guys on the team,” Trevor said.

  • Glenwood softball 2-1 at...

    Glenwood bounced back from a tough 5-3 loss in its opening game to post back-to-back wins and finish with a 2-1 record at the Atlantic Softball Invitational Saturday.

    The Rams (7-2) dropped a 5-3 game to ACGC on a walk-off, three run blast by Emily Pavelka. Glenwood came back to smack 20 hits in a 8-4 win over Carroll and a 13-1, four inning win over Exira-EHK.

    Bailey Rumery went the distance, striking out seven and scattering eight hits against ACGC but took the loss on one pitch that just got away from her.

  • Glenwood trio earns valuable...

    IOWA CITY - Glenwood’s Ellie Osterloh, Brooklyn Taylor and Erin Stanley competed in last weekend’s Iowa State Girls Singles and Doubles Tennis Tournament at the Hawkeye Tennis Recreation Complex in Iowa City.

    Osterloh, the Rams’ singles qualifier, and the doubles pair of Taylor and Stanley both dropped their two matches at state.

    “I knew going in the competition would be tough,” said Glenwood coach Callie Ohm. “The girls played their best but fell in straight games.”

  • Wolverines drop two at Treynor...

    East Mills dropped a pair of five inning games to Missouri Valley and Treynor at the Treynor Baseball Tournament Saturday.

    Missouri Valley roughed up the Wolverines for 11 hits in a 15-3 game one victory. The host Cardinals won 14-2.

  • SB-Luton, Mogensen too much for...

    Sergeant Bluff-Luton’s Tyler Mogensen allowed just three hits and one earned run in a 13-1 non-conference baseball victory over Glenwood Friday.

    Mogensen gave up just three singles and walked one while striking out three and facing just four over the minimum in the five inning victory.

    “Offensively, we had no answer to Sergeant Bluff’s pitching,” Glenwood coach Kurt Schultz said.

  • Rams’ historic season ends at...

    The Glenwood girls team’s historic season came to an end in the first round at the Class 1A, State Team Tennis Tournament last Tuesday in Johnston.

    The Rams dropped a 5-0 decision to Waverly-Shell Rock in the opener with the Go-Hawks winning the first five singles matches.

    Glenwood’s state appearance is the school’s first in team tennis.

  • Konfrst, Lauritsen third at...

    Glenwood’s Adam Konfrst and Sam Lauritsen wrapped up a historic season with a third place finish in doubles and Alex Chekal became the first Ram to win a singles match at the Class 1A Iowa State Doubles and Singles Tennis Tournament at Byrnes Park in Waterloo last weekend.

    “This weekend was one I’ll never forget,” said Glenwood coach Kevin Tucker. “The three guys played their best tennis and it paid off.”

  • Rams fifth at girls golf...

    The Glenwood girls placed fifth at the Class 4A Regional Golf Meet played at Majestic Hills Golf Course in Denison last Monday.

    The Rams carded a team round of 425 for their fifth place finish – 53 strokes and four places better than last year.

    “This was a really good result for us,” said Glenwood coach Maria Jacobus.  “Denison’s course is very challenging and for us to have shot as well as we did is fantastic.”