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Today's Sports

  • Glenwood defeats Missouri Valley...

        The Glenwood boys soccer team wrapped up its regular season on Thursday with a 6-0 rout of Missouri Valley.
        Tyler Jensen scored two goals and Blake Beier, Bryce Cap, Trenton McNeel and Ross Van Slyke each added a goal.
        For the game, Glenwood held a dominant 45-2 shots-on-goal advantage.
        Glenwood opens district play tonight at 5 p.m. at the Ram Soccer Fields.

    Glenwood 2,
    Denison 0

  • Newman, Tucker qualify for state...

        Rachel Tucker and Grace Newman became just the third Glenwood doubles team to qualify for state after finishing second at the Class 1A, Region 2 meet in Red Oak on Thursday.

  • Pittmon’s big day leads East...

        DES MOINES - Nick Pittmon felt good.
        His legs were loose. The conditions were perfect. His head was clear and in the moment.

  • Glenwood boys seventh at state

        DES MOINES - The Glenwood boys track team didn’t repeat as Class 3A state champions at the Iowa State Track. But you’d be hard-pressed to a find a coach less disappointed with how his team performed than Glenwood boys coach Mark Starner.

  • Rams 11-1 after pair of Hawkeye...

        Michael Moore scored four goals to move within two of Glenwood’s career goal record as the Rams routed Creston 10-0 in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls soccer on Thursday.

  • Glenwood boys win Hawk-10 tennis...

        The Glenwood boys tennis team won the No. 2 doubles bracket and placed second in the No. 1 bracket to win the Hawkeye 10 Conference Tennis Tournament last Monday.

  • Summer Sports Preview

        On paper, Glenwood softball coach Tim Stanton says this year’s Rams may be his best in his 10 years as head coach.
        Potentially, the coach added.

  • Summer Sports Preview

        Rebuilding.
        Glenwood baseball coach Brett Elam was hesitant to use the R-word, but the sixth-year Ram coach couldn’t help it when describing his 2012 team.

  • Future bright for Glenwood Golf...

        A year of troubles behind it, the Glenwood Golf Course is open and looking to a strong future with new turf and clubhouse management at the 48-year old golf course.
        The Glenwood course opened officially on April 15, following a two-week delay to get the course in playing shape. New turf superintendent Ben Starkel spent most of the spring getting the course in shape and, hopefully, preventing a repeat of last year’s problems.

  • Glenwood boys send 14 to state

        When listing the events the Glenwood boys track teams qualified for state in, it might be better to list which events they did not qualify in.
        There were just four, after all.