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  • Glenwood into regional...

    Jordyn Hanshaw scored four goals as Glenwood routed Denison 10-0 in a Class 2A regional quarterfinal Friday.

    Hanshaw opened the Rams scoring onslaught just 3:22 into the game with her first of four goals on the night. Just 38 seconds after that first score, Alicia Leu added a second Ram goal.
    The Rams led 6-0 at halftime.

    “The girls played really well tonight and we are looking forward to Tuesday’s regional game,” said Glenwood coach Amy Benson.

  • Rams’ season ends in regionals

    CRESTON - There would be no comeback for Glenwood on this night.

    Just 18 days after the Rams rallied back from a 2-1 deficit in an emotional Senior Night victory, Creston smacked 62 kills and never let Glenwood back into the final game of a 26-24, 25-16, 21-25, 25-12 Panther victory in the Class 4A, Region 3 opening round last Monday.

  • Rams can’t hold onto lead in 45-...

    GRIMES - Glenwood jumped out to a 16-0 lead on Class 3A, District 8 leader Dallas Center-Grimes but the Mustangs rallied to score the final 45 points in a 45-16 victory Friday.

    The Rams got off to a quick start with a pair of touchdown runs by Kolten Wilwerding – a 44-yard scamper and a one-yard plunge – sandwiched around a Connor Weis 28 yard field goal for a 16-0 first quarter lead on the district champion Mustangs.

  • Rams sixth, eighth at state...

    CARROLL - Glenwood’s Cuentin Gray missed a state cross country bid by 17 seconds as the Ram boys placed sixth and the girls eighth at the Class 3A State Qualifying Cross Country Meet at Kuemper Catholic Thursday.

    Gray placed 13th with a time of 18:35. Sergeant Bluff-Luton’s Scott Miles was the 10th and final state qualifier in the boys meet with a time of 18:18.

    Bishop Heelan’s Alex Povone won the district individual championship with a time of 17:23 and led the Crusaders to the team title.

  • Knights sweep Wolverines in...

    TABOR - Fremont-Mills got stronger as the night went on and finished with 28 kills in a business-like 25-19, 25-14, 25-17 Class 1A, Region 2 opening round victory over East Mills in the Lied Gymnasium last Tuesday.

    The Knights (20-5 overall, 7-1 in the Corner Conference) earned their 15th straight victory and avenged a Sept. 9 loss to the same Wolverines with Tuesday’s post-season win.

  • Wolverines close season with...

    SIDNEY - All but eliminated from playoff contention, the East Mills football team wanted to make a point in its season-finale.

    And boy did they.

    The Wolverines rolled up 422 total yards, including 287 on the ground, in a 46-12 rout of Eight Man, District 8 runner-up Sidney Friday.

  • Knights wrap up district,...

    ESSEX - Fremont-Mills scored a season-high in points and recorded just a single first down in Friday’s 67-12 victory over Essex.

    With three kick returns for touchdowns and a school-record seven interceptions, the Knights’ defense dominated the field position game, wrapping up a perfect 9-0 regular season in Eight-Man, District 8 Friday.

    “Our special teams and defense gave us short fields to work with all night,” said Fremont-Mills coach Jeremy Christiansen.

  • FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS PREVIEW

    The Knights (9-0) make their fifth straight playoff appearance hosting East Union (5-4) in the Eight-Man opening round Wednesday in Tabor.

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  • Kuemper downs Rams in regular-...

    Kuemper Catholic smacked down 36 kills  in a 25-14, 25-16, 25-21 sweep of Glenwood in Hawkeye 10 Conference volleyball last Tuesday.

    Glenwood (16-13 overall, 5-5 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference) struggled with its hitting against the Knights (18-8 overall, 5-5 in the conference), finishing with a .115 kill efficiency and 22 kills.

    The Knights also had 11 blocks.

    Jana King led the Rams with six kills and 11 assists. Kali Mumm and Lyndie VanNess each recorded five kills.

    Libero Olivia Scarborough recorded 17 digs.

  • Knights rumble through Stanton...

    STANTON — The Fremont-Mills football team took over sole position at the top of the Eight-man District 8 standings Friday night with a 51-6 road victory over Stanton in a battle of undefeated district teams.

    The Knights scored 44 of their 51 points in the first half, forcing a running clock late in the first half and continuing it through the entirety of the second.

    “To be here at this point and time is a great feeling and it’s exactly what you’re hoping for,” said Fremont-Mills Football Coach Jeremy Christiansen after the game.