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Today's Sports

  • Wolverines caged in 10-0...

    MALVERN - If “three yards and a cloud of dust” is as old of a football adage as it is passé in today’s era of the spread offense then Friday night in Malvern must have looked like throwback night.

    A-H-S-T and East Mills engaged in a good, old fashioned slug fest that featured a combined 93 rushing attempts as the Vikings rode the game’s lone touchdown to a 10-0 victory over the Wolverines to stay perfect on the season and seal up the top spot in Class 1A, District 8.

  • Knights can’t hold off Viqueens...

    For one game, the Fremont-Mills volleyball team showed defending nine-time champion Stanton it came to play in the Corner Conference championship match Thursday.

    “The girls came out like gangbusters,” said Fremont-Mills coach Tracy Malcom. “We went into this game driven. We say that before every game, and we were on as far as setting and hitting. We were sharp and polished. We were on target exactly where we wanted to be.”

  • Big plays carry Fremont-Mills to...

    Fremont-Mills scored touchdowns on plays of 30, 33, 39, 43 and 68 yards as the Knights cruised to a 52-12 victory over Nishnabotna in Eight-Man, District 8 football Friday in Hamburg.

    “This was a very up and down game for us,” said Fremont-Mills coach Jeremy Christiansen. “We overwhelmed them at times but we also had a lot of breakdowns here and there.”

  • Rams drop third straight

    Trevor Frain raced 55 yards for a touchdown on Creston’s opening play from scrimmage and Glenwood never seemed to recover in a 49-21 Class 3A, District 1 loss on Friday.    

    Creston (5-2) sprinted out to a 28-0 lead before Glenwood got on the board just before halftime to make it 28-7 at the break.

  • Oh, So Close

    Every football game comes down to one or two plays that decide a game.

    In Glenwood’s District 8 match-up with Harlan Friday, that play was a touchdown pass to the corner of the endzone from the Cyclones’ Adam Juhl to tight end Trey Lansman.

  • Glenwood places two in top 10 at...

    Lizzy Young placed ninth in the girls race and Baker Cambridge was eighth in the Harlan Co-Ed Cross Country Invitational Saturday.

    The host Cyclones won the girls event 70 to 72 while the boys were edged out by Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson, 43 to 48 for the team crown.

    The Cyclones’ Chris Brace won the individual title with a time of 17:41. The girls title went to Griswold’s Rebekah Topham in 14:28.

  • Glenwood sweeps Shen in Hawk-10

    Glenwood hit a season-high .409 as a team in a 25-13, 25-18, 25-14 sweep of Denison last Tuesday in Hawkeye 10 Conference volleyball.

    The Rams recorded 45 kills in the win, led by Halie Darrow and Courtney Magnussen with nine each. Seven different Rams recorded at least one kill.

    Glenwood coach Maria Jacobus credits much of her team’s offensive success to its defense.

  • Phillips scores four TDs in...

    Stanton rallied to cut the Fremont-Mills lead to within two scores to end the third quarter but a big fourth quarter secured the Knights a 56-20 victory on homecoming in Stanton Friday.

    Fremont-Mills (4-1) was able to put the Vikings away with three fourth -quarter touchdowns, two coming from Knight running back Spencer Phillips, who ran for 186 yards and scored four touchdowns on the night.

  • Wolverines ‘flat’ in loss to Lo-...

    A spirited Logan-Magnolia defensive effort and “flat” first half effort by East Mills spelled doom for the Wolverines in Class 1A, District 8 football Friday.

    Logan-Magnolia shut out East Mills while limiting them to a season-low 142 total yards in a 16-0 victory. The shut out is the first loss ever for the Wolverines where they failed to score.

  • Strong second half carries Rams...

    It was a tale of two halves Friday night for the Glenwood football team.

    After spitting and sputtering for most of the first half, the Rams’ offense came to life in the third quarter to fuel a 31-14 homecoming victory over Perry.

    “We felt we kind of beat ourselves in the first half,” Glenwood head coach Cory Faust said. “I credit our coaches for making adjustments for the second half and the players coming out and executing.”