Today's Sports

  • Rams advance to district semis

        Molly Bryan allowed one hit through six innings and smacked a two-run homer to help Glenwood to a 6-1 Class 3A, Region 8 quarterfinal win over Atlantic on Saturday.

  • Ram softball splits with Monarchs

        After coming out “flat” in a 7-0 game-one loss to Denison, the Glenwood softball team re-grouped and bounced back for a 4-3 win in the second game to split a Hawkeye 10 Conference double-header on Thursday.

  • Knights drop Wolverines on...

        The Fremont-Mills baseball team got 11 hits at the plate and 6 1/3 innings of strong pitching from Clayton Wilson on the mound in a 9-2 Corner Conference victory over East Mills on Friday.
        With the win, the Knights (12-4, 11-3 in the conference) complete the season sweep of East Mills.
        Wilson was dominant at times on the hill, scattering three hits and alowing no earned runs, while fanning seven over 6 1/3 innings of work to run his record to 3-2 on the season. Wilson also helped his own cause with two hits.

  • Rams sweep Denison in Hawk-10...

        The Glenwood baseball team relied on its clutch hitting and some opportunistic offense in a Hawkeye 10 Conference sweep of Denison on Thursday.

        The Rams (23-4, 14-0 in the conference) took a 4-0 lead after an inning but found themselves down 5-4 in the fifth inning of game one before rallying for a 14-7 win.
        The Rams’ bats came alive in the fifth when clean-up man, Taylor Kaufman smacked a two-out single. After Nathaniel Bledsoe drew a walk, Matt Schulz doubled both home to put the Rams up 6-5.

  • Fremont-Mills softball shuts out...

        Kendall Fichter and Madison Powers each drove in two runs and Mindy Lorimor allowed just one hit in the circle for Fremont-Mills in a 10-0, five inning victory of East Mills on Friday.
        Fichter and Lorimor led the Knights (21-7 overall, 12-0 in the Corner Conference) with two hits each and Melissa Kesterson tripled and drove in a run.
        Lorimor faced just one of the minimum and struck out 12.

  • A.L edges Fremont-Mills, 3-0

        The Fremont-Mills softball team couldn’t solve Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln starter Lauren Hahnsen in a 3-0 loss on Friday.
        Hahnsen allowed just four hits and struck out seven.
        Lynde Madison, Melissa Kesterson, Kendall Fichter and Sydney Esary each recorded hits for the Knights.
        Mindy Lorimor (16-4) took the loss in the circle after giving up seven hits, one earned run and fanning seven.

    Sioux City East 2,
    Fremont-Mills 0

  • Wolverines down Villisca on...

        Charlie Ruff came on in relief of starter Jagger Bohrer to 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief for the     East Mills baseball team in a 6-4 win over  Villisca on Friday.
        Ruff (3-1) fanned five, walked one and allowed just one hit in the win.
        The Wolverines (6-4 overall) were led at the plate by Morgan Dalton and Austin Sommer with two hits each. Dalton also drove in two runs.

    East Mills 10
    Stanton 9

  • Glenwood softball splits with...

        HARLAN - The Glenwood softball team won a wild 13-7, 12 inning contest with Harlan before falling 5-2 in the nightcap of a Hawkeye 10 Conference double-header on Thursday.
        Glenwood coach Tim Stanton called his team’s game-one win a “wild” win that took up two whole pages in his score book.

  • Schulz, Kaufman help deliver...

        HARLAN - A pair of complete-game pitching gems by Matt Schulz and Taylor Kaufman carried the Glenwood baseball team to a pair of victories over Harlan last Thursday.
        Schulz (4-1) struck out 12 and allowed just four hits and no earned runs in an 8-3 Ram win in game one. All three Harlan runs came via Glenwood errors. In all, Glenwood committed five errors in the game.
        In game two, Taylor Kaufman tossed a perfect-game, retiring 21 straight and striking out 16.

  • Glenwood boys, girls land 11 on...

        The Glenwood girls and boys soccer programs have landed 11 athletes combined on the 2011 Hawkeye 10 All-Conference soccer team released last week.
        The Glenwood girls, coming off its Hawkeye 10 Conference title and second straight state tournament appearance, placed a conference-best six girls on the first team.