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Today's Sports

  • Wolverines drop two at Clarinda...

    The East Mills baseball team dropped two games at the Clarinda Baseball Invitational on Saturday.

    The host Cardinals jumped on the Wolverines for an early 7-0 lead after an inning and cruised to a 13-7 victory. In the tournament capper, Glenwood pounded 16 hits in a 16-1 win.

    Austin Sommerla and Trey Byers each had a pair of hits combined in the two games.

  • Rams shut out Tigers, 10-0

    The Glenwood Rams softball team picked up its fourth win of the season on Thursday with a 10-0, five inning win over Red Oak.

    The Rams scored runs in all five innings, while defensively holding Red Oak to just three hits.

    “Unlike Underwood when we stranded 17 people, tonight we got hits and we got them in,” Glenwood Coach Tim Stanton said.

  • Rams roll to win over Red Oak

    The Glenwood baseball team improved to 4-1 on the season with a 9-1 win over Red Oak on Thursday at A.C. Nuckolls Field.

    The Rams scored all nine of their runs in the first four innings, including a four-run fourth to pull away from the winless Tigers.

  • Wolverines off to 2-0 start...

    The East Mills softball team picked up its second win of the season Friday with a 10-7 victory over Nishnabotna.

    Devin Laughlin and Brooklyn Chickering each had three hits and Katie Sowers and Jessika Lyn two each for the Wolverines’ offensive onslaught. Laughlin homered and drove in three runs.

    Joni Laughlin earned her second win of the season, scattering eight hits and allowing two earned runs in the complete game.

    East Mills 13,
    Sidney 3

  • Rams come up one win short of...

    ADEL - A-D-M’s goal just five minutes into its regional final with Glenwood Monday evening was all the Tigers needed to advance to this week’s Iowa State Soccer Meet.

    Caroline Maher slipped a goal passed the diving hands of Glenwood goalkeeper Kristin Nakamoto in the game’s fifth minute and the Tigers added an insurance goal 22 minutes later to end the Rams’ season in the Class 2A, Region 3 championship match by a final score of 2-0.

  • Souissi, Tucker/Newman seventh...

    ANKENY—Three members of the Glenwood girls tennis team came back from Ankeny with some extra hardware Friday.

    The Rams’ Ons Souissi and the doubles team of Rachel Tucker and Grace Newman both finished seventh at the Class 1A Girls Tennis Championship at the Ankeny Tennis Complex.

  • Rams Beat Two Bluffs Teams

    The Glenwood baseball team bounced back from a season-opening loss to Tri Center to post victories over Council Bluffs St. Albert and Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson last week.

    Glenwood shut out St. Albert 7-0 Thursday night with pitcher Tyler Jensen picking up the win. Corey Bertini and Alec Forbes provided the power for the Rams and Mitch Bowden drove home a trio of runs.

  • Ram Softball Wins 3-of-4 To Open...

    Glenwood opened its 2013 softball season by winning three of its first four games. Pitcher Lisa Nebel tossed shutouts in all three wins.

    Nebel pitched a one-hitter in the Rams’ 10-0 victory over AHST. She recorded nine strikeouts and gave up just one base on balls. Cassie Kruse homered in the victory and drove in three runs. Jaelin Stanton scored a pair of runs for the Rams.

  • Glenwood Girls Advance With OT...

    It took the second half of extra time, but the Glenwood Rams girls soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Class 2A Region 3 tournament after defeating Winterset 4-3, Thursday evening.

    Jordyn Hanshaw scored the game-winning goal for Glenwood thanks to an assist by Sydney Gutschenritter at the third minute mark of the second half of extra time.

  • Substate Loss Ends Rams'...

    As cliche as it sounds, Glenwood’s substate soccer loss to Adel DeSoto Minburn (ADM) Saturday afternoon really was much closer than the final score would indicate.

    The Rams took 15 more shots than ADM, but it was the Tigers who would tally three goals in the final 15 minutes of the game to punch their ticket to the state tournament with a 3-0 win before more than 200 spectators at the GCHS soccer field.