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Today's News

  • Knights shut out Eagles for homecoming win

    Fremont-Mills sprinted out to a 40-0 first half lead and never looked back in a 68-0 victory over Clarinda Academy on Homecoming Night in Tabor Friday.

    The Knights (2-1) opened district play with the win over the Eagles thanks to its dominating run game and a defense that forced four turnovers and did not allow a point for the first time this season.

    With the homecoming festivities and his team jumping out to an early lead, Fremont-Mills’ Coach Jeremy Christiansen said he was happy how his team maintained their focus throughout.

  • Glenwood girls second, boys third at LC meet

    Two weeks to the day since running their last meet due to wet weather, the Glenwood girls and boys were back in action Saturday at a soggy Council Bluffs Lewis Central Invitational Cross Country Meet at Iowa Western Community College.

    The Glenwood girls were led by Janette Schraft’s top finish to place second as team. The Ram boys finished third in the team standings.

    Harlan, with six runners all finishing in the top 10, won the girls team title while Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson was the boys champion.

  • Wolverines improve to 3-0 in 55-22 win over Griswold

    For most football teams, 21 yards rushing on 20 carries is a recipe for disaster.

    Then again, most teams don’t have East Mills’ passing game.

    The Wolverines – who have averaged 280 yards passing with nine total touchdown passes in their first two games – were once again in rhythm throwing the ball Friday against Griswold even if their running game sputtered. Quarterback Michael Schafer tossed four touchdown passes and finished with 385 yards throwing as East Mills cruised to a 51-22 victory to improve to 3-0 on the season.

  • Rams hold on in 14-13 win over Kuemper Catholic

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - Glenwood’s final drive netted them minus-13 yards and no points.

    And it was perhaps the Rams’ most important on an uneven offensive night.

    Nursing a 14-11 lead with 2:45 to go in the game, Glenwood ran six plays from its own 14, gained 12 yards and then lost them all when quarterback Zach Carr intentionally scrambled through the Rams’ own end zone for a safety to run out clock on Kuemper Catholic in a 14-13 victory in a game played at Council Bluffs Lewis Central Friday.

  • Glenwood third at Atlantic tournament

    Glenwood went 3-2 and placed third at the Atlantic Volleyball Tournament Saturday.

    The Class 4A, No. 13 ranked Rams (11-5 overall, 2-0 in the conference) earned wins over the host Trojanns 21-9, 21-7, Underwood 24-22, 21-11 and Council Bluffs St. Albert 21-16, 23-21. Glenwood suffered losses to Winterset 15-21, 16-21 and to tournament champion Treynor, 20-22, 14-21.

  • Wolverines improve to 2-0 in shootout victory

    In a game that saw the two teams combine for 112 points and nearly 900 yards of total offense, East Mills got the big plays in its passing game they needed in a 62-50 shootout victory over Lamoni Friday in Eight-person football.

    “We were a little more consistent this week than last,” said Schafer, whose team won their opener 42-0. “Our running game was almost non-existent but we hit some big pass plays. We didn’t get our running game going but we have a lot good receivers who are capable of stepping up.”

  • Wolverines stay perfect with wins at Missouri Valley

    The East Mills volleyball team capped a perfect 5-0 day at the Missouri Valley Tournament with the team title.  

    Class 1A, No. 6 ranked East Mills downed Woodbine (21-7, 21-1), Riverside (21-16, 21-10), Boyer Valley  (21-8, 21-10), Exira/EHK  (21-14, 21-6) and the host Big Reds, 21-14, 21-23, 15-12.

  • Knights finish strong in 39-21 win

    TABOR - A week after jumping out to a 20-0 lead only to see it evaporate in a 45-27 loss in the season opener, Fremont-Mills football coach Jeremy Christiansen was a understandably a little nervous when his team built a 20-0 lead against Audubon Friday night in Tabor.

    “I looked at the coaches and said, ‘The number 20 again.’ That didn’t work out too well for us last week,” Christiansen said after the game.

  • Miscues cost Glenwood in home loss to Bishop Heelan

    Miscues and missed opportunities proved costly for Glenwood Friday night as the Rams suffered a 21-7 setback in their home opener against Bishop Heelan (Sioux City).

    The Rams lost four fumbles and failed to cash in on multiple red zone scoring opportunities against the No. 10-ranked Crusaders.

  • East Mills dominates in 42-0 win at East Union

    Michael Schafer tossed four touchdown passes and East Mills tossed its first shutout in three seasons in a 42-0 victory over East Union in a non-district Eight-person football Friday in Afton.

    “We’d been so up and down in practices, Coach (Claude) Lang and I had no idea what was going to happen,” Schafer said. “They were a little bigger than us but overall I felt like we had a speed advantage over them in multiple positions and that really helped us out. We were extremely pleased with how we played, especially on the defensive side.”