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  • Rams trounce Tigers in season-...

    Ten plays.

    That’s how long it took Glenwood to exert its will on Red Oak in its season-opening football victory on Friday.

    The Rams marched 56 yards in 10 plays, all rushing attempts, capped by quarterback Corey Bertini’s three-yard plunge on the game’s opening drive, to go ahead 7-0 and cruise to a 43-13 victory before a reporter-estimated 400 at Ram Memorial Field.

  • Fright Knight

    MONDAMIN - On it’s disastrous first two plays from scrimmage Fremont-Mills netted four yards, two fumbles and a turnover.

    Then things really got bad. Four plays later West Harrison converted that turnover into a touchdown and then added four more scores off Knight first half giveaways en route to a 62-12 season-opening victory over Fremont-Mills in Mondamin on Friday.

    After winning the opening coin toss and electing to receive the ball first, the Hawkeyes jumped on the Knights and never seemed to let up.

  • 2013 All-Mills County Baseball...

    Baseball

    IF Michael Story, East Mills, Jr.

    Speedy junior stole school-record 33 bases while hitting a team-best .397.

    OF Tyler Jensen, Glenwood, Sr.

    Rams’ lead-off man hit .328, drove in a team-best 36 runs and stole 14 bases.

    C Austin Switzer, Fremont-Mills, Jr.

    Knight catcher led the team with a .395 average, 31 RBIs and 29 stolen bases.

    IF Brady Douma, Glenwood, Sr.

    First baseman hit .368 average with four home runs and 29 RBIs.

    IF Corey Bertini, Glenwood, Jr.

  • Glenwood splits twinbill with...

    The No. 5-ranked Glenwood baseball team split a non-conference road double-header with Class 3A, No. 9 Storm Lake on Friday.

    The Rams (25-7 overall, 16-2 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference)  won game one 9-6 behind a complete-game pitching performance by Tyler Jensen. The senior lefty struck out nine, scattered nine hits and walked just one.

    In the nightcap, Justin Fisher suffered his first loss of the season on the mound going the distance in a 6-2 loss to the Tornados. Fisher allowed six hits and struck out two with four of his six runs allowed being unearned.

  • Wolverines rally but come up...

    GRISWOLD — The East Mills softball season came to an end last Tuesday with the 11-6 loss to Griswold in the opening round of Class 2A regionals, but they didn’t go down without a fight.

    The Wolverines (7-16 overall, 5-7 in the conference) came from six runs down in the bottom of the seventh to force the game into extra innings.

  • Essex ends Knights’ season

    TABOR - Essex pitcher Haley Fundermann held Fremont-Mills scoreless through six innings while the Trojan offense smacked 13 hits to end the Knights’ season with a 9-3 victory in the Class 1A, Region 8 softball quarterfinals last Wednesday.

  • Stanton steps down as Rams’...

    Glenwood softball coach Tim Stanton is stepping down as the Rams’ softball coach after 11 seasons at the helm.

    Stanton actually came to his decision to step down after this season a few years ago. Stanton’s daughter Jaelin, a starting second baseman for the Rams this season, graduated this year.

  • Rams fall in 1-0 Harlan...

    Call it a fluke, a cruel twist of fate or a unlucky break – the result is the same.

    A pitch from Lisa Nebel got past catcher Bailey Starner and Harlan’s Logan Schaben slid in safely to score the game’s only run to end the Glenwood softball team’s season with a 1-0 loss in the Class 4A, Region 8 Quarterfinals at H. Jack Field Saturday.

  • Glenwood baseball splits with...

    The Glenwood baseball team stayed alive in the Hawkeye 10 Conference baseball title race with a split with Kuemper Catholic on Saturday in Carroll.

    The Rams (22-6 overall, 15-2 in the conference) dropped a 5-1 decision in game one and bounced back in the nightcap with a 15-4 victory.

    In game one, with a conference title potentially on the line for the Knights (22-6 overall, 16-2 in the conference) as well, Glenwood coach Bret Elam suspected his team would face the Knights’ ace in Chris Halbur (5-0).

  • Rams lock up second place in...

    With Harlan running away with the Hawkeye 10- Conference softball crown with a near perfect 17-1 record, Glenwood softball coach Tim Stanton knew his team was out of the title hunt heading into its final weekend of conference play.

    But second place, Stanton knew, was there for the taking if the Rams could get past Kuemper Catholic in a rain postponed double-header in Carroll on Saturday.