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Today's News

  • The Royal Family

    It’s highly unlikely five members of one family would be crowned high school royalty, but that’s exactly what’s happened with the Crow family of Glenwood.

    Laurie (Maiers) Crow and her four children - Olivia, Montana, Scout and Ruby - have all been crowned as either homecoming or prom royalty at Glenwood Community High School.

    Laurie was selected as GCHS homecoming queen in 1975, a distinction she still appreciates today.

  • Glenwood cruises in substate opener

    Glenwood started the game hot and never cooled off in a 92-36 victory over A-D-M in their Class 3A, Substate 8 opener Monday in Glenwood.

    The Rams (20-2) hit 11 of their first 16 shots and led by as many as 35 points in a the first half that saw them take a 54-21 lead into halftime.

    “We shot the ball really well,” said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte after the game. “And it wasn’t just one or two guys shooting it well, we shot well as a team. I’m not sure what we shot but it had to be pretty good.”

  • F-M falls to Exira/EHK in districts

    Basketball is a game of runs.

    Fremont-Mills is all too well aware of that fact.

    After using a 13-1 run to take its first lead late in the first half and a 10-3 run to open the second half, the Knights opened up a lead that swelled to as many as nine points.

    But a fourth quarter cold streak that led to a 12-2 run by Exira/EHK proved the difference as Fremont-Mills’ season came to an end in a 64-57 loss in the Class 1A, District 14 first round at Council Bluffs St. Albert Thursday.

  • Knights’ post-season run ends in regional semifinals

    Boyer Valley used a 14-2 second quarter run to pull away from Fremont-Mills for a 62-42 win in the Class 1A, Region 7 semifinals in Treynor Friday.

    The loss ends the Knights’ season with a record of 15-10. The state rated Bulldogs (20-2) advanced to Monday’s regional final against Exira/Elk-Horn-Kimballton. Results of that game were not available at press time.

  • Heelan ends Rams’ season in regional semifinals

    SIOUX CITY – Sioux City Bishop Heelan used a mix of defenses and an aggressive offensive attack to open the game on an 18-5 run and cruised to a 60-20 victory to end the Rams’ season Saturday in the Class 4A, Regional semifinals in Sioux City.

    The Rams (8-14) never got on track offensively as the Crusaders built a 32-10 halftime lead.

  • Quiet Champion

    For most wrestlers, winning a state title elicits an unmistakable out-pouring of emotion.    

    There’s the guttural scream. The leap into a coaches arms. The dropping to the knees as tears pour out.

    Caleb Sanders, seconds after winning his first state title with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Dubuque Hempstead’s Dylan Olson before a crowd of 20,000 at the Wells Fargo Arena, had his own ideas of celebration

  • State Wrestling Tournament: Sanders wins title, Rams fifth at state

    DES MOINES – There are 60 wrestling programs in Class 3A, Iowa’s largest class.

    By enrollment, Glenwood is the third smallest.

    On the wrestling mat, for the third straight season, Glenwood came up among the biggest.

    The Rams, capped a third straight top 10 finish at the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament by placing fifth.

  • Rams' Sanders will wrestle for state title

    DES MOINES - For the third straight season, a Glenwood wrestler will compete for a state title.

    The Rams’ Caleb Sanders, the top ranked heavyweight entering the tournament, will face No. 4 ranked Dylan Olson of Dubuque Hempstead in Saturday night’s sold out finals at the Wells Fargo Arena.

    Sanders pinned his way to the semifinals Friday night, where, looking determined and focused, he dispatched Griffen Liddel of Bettendorf 9-3 to reach Saturday’s finals.

  • Second Time Is A Charm For School District PPEL

    Glenwood is building a new football stadium.

    By a 969 to 838 margin in a special election last Tuesday, Glenwood Community School District voters approved a Physical Plant and Equipment levy (PPEL) that will generate $3.7 million for the district for an overhaul to the Glenwood Athletic Complex.

  • Glenwood gets defensive in regular season finale

    Glenwood got 13 points apiece from Brooklyn Taylor and Brielle Smith in a 43-32 victory over Denison in the Rams’ regular-season final Saturday.

    The Rams’ defense limited the Monarchs to just 29.5 percent shooting (13-of-44) and their second-lowest offensive output of the season. Leading scorer Alex Mohr was also held to a season-low two points and 0-of-7 shooting from the field.