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Today's Sports

  • Malcom wins title, Rams fifth at...

    Glenwood’s Matt Malcom won the 160-pound weight class and the Rams placed fifth as a team at the highly competitive Basehor-Linwood Bobcat Class in Kansas Saturday.

    The tournament, which features 36 wrestling teams from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Colorado, crowned Goddard, Kan. as its team champion with 221 points. The Rams’ 115 points was good enough for fifth place.

  • Glenwood bounces back for big win

    A key 7-0 fourth quarter run turned a 41-41 game into a 48-41 Glenwood lead the Rams would never relinquish in a 57-55 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Class 3A, No. 3 ranked Harlan Saturday night in Glenwood.

    “We go on that run and I’ll tell you what, the kids had real poise and really took good care of the basketball in that fourth quarter,” said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte. “We knocked down free throws when we needed them and Andrew Blum had a whale of a ball game in the fourth.”

  • Glenwood opens season with...

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - The beginning was a lot sharper than the end, but the Glenwood girls basketball team earned a season-opening 53-45 victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson last Tuesday.

    The Rams opened the game on a 10-0 run, held the Yellowjackets without a point for the game’s first six minutes and led by as many 28 in the first half before taking a 41-17 lead into halftime. The Rams’ Danika Lucy had 14 of her game-high 22 points in the first half to nearly out-score the Yellowjackets.

  • Glenwood Places Six on All-...

    The Glenwood football team filled six spots on the Class 3A All-District Football first team released over the weekend.

  • Wolverines’ Season Ends in State...

    GLIDDEN - East Mills had no answer.

    Glidden-Ralston seemingly had them all.

    The Wildcats scored touchdowns on four of the first five possessions and held the Wolverines scoreless the first half en route to a dominating 42-6 victory in the Eight-Man quarterfinals Friday night in Glidden.

  • Wildcat Offense Overwhelms...

    Undefeated Glidden-Ralston unleashed its potent offensive attack Monday night en route to a 61-28 victory over visiting Fremont-Mills in the second round of the 8-man playoffs.

    The Wildcats stormed to a 34-6 halftime lead with the aid of three long touchdown runs and were never threatened in the second half as they improved their record to 10-0 on the season. Fremont-Mills finishes the year with a 9-2 mark.

  • Knights’ Season Ends in Regionals

    SIDNEY - Sidney completed a season sweep of Fremont-Mills and ended the Knights’ season with a 25-19, 20-25, 25-18, 25-22 victory in the Class 1A regional semifinals Friday in Sidney.

    Fremont-Mills coach Tracy Malcom said she thought her team played a “fantastic game” overall as they battled through an injury to top setter Marianna Gutta, who sprained her ankle in the opening set.

  • Wolverines Upset Lenox, Move on...

    LENOX - Nursing a 22-18 lead, the East Mills football team seized the momentum with a touchdown on the final play of the first half and exploded for 28 points in the third quarter to blow past previously unbeaten Lenox 58-34 in the second round of the Eight-Man state football playoffs Monday.

  • Rams Can’t Tame Tigers in...

    The Glenwood football team’s historic season has come to an end.
    Carroll scored a touchdown just a minute into the game, built a 21-7 lead at the end of the first quarter and cruised past a stunned Rams’ squad 42-20 in the opening round of the Class 3A football playoffs last Wednesday.

  • Rams drop third straight

    Glenwood dropped it’s third straight match to a Hawkeye 10 Conference opponent with 20-25, 23-25, 19-25 setback to Creston Thursday.

    The Rams (14-7 overall, 4-2 in the conference) recorded 25 kills on .129 hitting but never seemed to match the Panther’s consistency at the net.

    “Creston was very consistent in their attack,” said Glenwood coach Maria Jacobus. “We made more offensive errors than usual, but our serving and serve receive were strong.”