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Today's Sports

  • Glenwood boys soccer 2-1 at...

    The Glenwood boys soccer team dropped its opener and bounced back to win its next two matches at the Waverly-Shell Rock Invitational on Saturday.

    The Rams (10-3 overall, 5-0 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference) opened the tournament flat against Clear Lake and never seemed to get on track in a 1-0 loss. Glenwood followed the opening round loss with a 2-1 win over Columbus Catholic and a 2-0 victory over Fort Dodge.

  • Glenwood girls, boys sweep Coed...

    For the second straight season, the Glenwood girls and boys track teams swept the team titles at their own Coed Ram Relays.

    The boys racked up seven gold medals and the girls’ five golds to win the 21st annual co-ed event last Monday.
    Glenwood’s boys finished with 160.5 team points to runner up Council Bluffs St. Albert’s 104 points. Harlan was third with 96 team points. The girls easily out-paced runner -up Shenandoah 183.4 to 95.7 in the team scoring.

  • East Mills boys win Fremont-...

    TABOR - The East Mills boys cruised to the team title at the Fremont-Mills Coed Track meet Friday in Tabor.
    The Wolverines racked up 164 teams points to the host Knights’ 115 team points.

    The Wolverines got four gold medal performances from Travis Tupper. The senior won the 100, 200 and 400 and anchored the 4x400-meter relay to gold.

    Joey Kammering (800-meters), Sam Rew (high jump, 110-meter hurdles), Michael Story (long jump) and the 4x800-meter relay team added gold medals for East Mills.

  • Rams soccer blanks Creston, 3-0

    The Glenwood boys soccer team snapped Creston’s nine game winning streak and made it five wins in a row for the Rams with a 3-0 victory over the Panthers Thursday.

    The Rams (7-2 overall, 5-0 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference)  knew they were in for a challenge.

  • Rams fall in girls tennis

    Shenandoah defeated Glenwood 8-1 in a Hawkeye 10 Conference girls tennis match played indoors at the Montgomery County YMCA last Wednesday due to weather.  

    The Rams played very well despite the lopsided score, said Glenwood coach Callie Ohm.  

    Maggie Finnegan, the Rams’ No. 2 player, recorded the lone victory in the dual with a 9-7 singles victory over the Fillies’ Jordan Major. Finnegan then went on to team up with Jana King at the No. 1 doubles for a close loss to Heidi Fichter and Major.

  • Embray seventh in shot at Drake

    Glenwood’s Jacy Embray placed seventh in the shot put at the Drake Relays on Thursday to lead all Ram qualifiers at the event gathering the state and the region’s top track talents.

    Embray, the Glenwood girls’ first thrower to qualify for Drake since 2004, reached the finals in the shot and placed seventh after recording a top toss of 39 feet, four inches. Embray’s throw was the school’s third best all time.

  • Starner is new Glenwood softball...

    Mark Starner has been tabbed to replace Tim Stanton as Glenwood’s softball coach.

    Starner takes over for Stanton who resigned after 11 seasons and a record of 264-151, including two Hawkeye 10 Conference titles.

  • Rams improve to 4-0 in boys...

    After four wins in singles, Glenwood won its first two doubles matches to take the victory 6-3 over Harlan in Hawkeye 10 Conference tennis last Tuesday.

    The Rams’ Cole Peckham, Max Chavez, Alex Chekal and Aaron Bertini all won their singles matches.

  • Knights third at Cardette Relays

    The Fremont-Mills girls track team placed third at the Cardette Relays in Treynor last Tuesday.

    The host Cardettes won the meet, racking up 100 team points to runner-up Woodbine’s 80. The Knights finished with 72 points.

    Fremont-Mills got gold medals from Kelsey Hurley in the 100-meters, 200-meters and the high jump.

    Taryn Williams added a gold in the 100-meter hurdles and a silver in long jump.

  • Glenwood boys soccer stays...

    The Glenwood boys soccer team improved to 5-2 on the season and 3-0 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference with a 2-0 victory over Kuemper Catholic Thursday.

    The Rams, who won on a penalty kick in overtime last season over the Knights, didn’t need any late game heroics. Just some creative offense, said Glenwood coach Shane Keeling.

    “We knew Kuemper would be physical,” Keeling said. “And they were just that. They had rock solid fullbacks.”