Today's News

  • Glenwood sweeps

    The Glenwood boys basketball team led throughout in their “most complete win of the year” according to coach Curt Schulte in a 63-49 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Kuemper Catholic on Friday in Carroll.

    “This was a nice win to get, especially for us being on the road,” said Schulte.

    The Rams’ (6-7 overall, 6-5 in the conference) seven-point halftime lead swelled to 15 with a 20-12 third-quarter run that had the Rams leading by as many as 20 in the second half.

  • Wolverines ousted in conference semifinals

    Jake Doyle’s three pointer with :02 left on the clock clanged off as Villisca eliminated the East Mills boys basketball team 46-45 in the semifinals of the Corner Conference tournament on Thursday at Stanton.

    The Wolverines (6-7) battled the taller Bluejays all night with a gambling style offense coach Kevin Schafer encouraged his team to play.

  • Ram grapplers finish 2-3 at Heelan Invite

    The Glenwood wrestling team traveled to Sioux City over the weekend for the Sioux City Heelan Invitational.

    The Rams, competing in Pool A, finished with a dual record of 2-3 at the invitational.

    Glenwood earned a 73-3 dominating win over host Heelan and the other victory came in a 49-19 decision over Sioux City East. The Rams were defeated by Sibley-Ocheyedan by a criteria decision based on Sibley’s five falls to Glenwood’s four after a 36-36 tie in regulation. The Rams took its other two losses from Logan Magnolia (37-23) and Lincoln (Neb. ) East (42-27).

  • East Mills girls get first win

    The East Mills girls basketball team recorded its first win of the season on Thursday with a 57-30 victory over Clarinda Academy.

    The game served as a benefit for Villisca senior Joel Herzberg, who was seriously injured in a skiing accident over Christmas break.

    Katie Fritz had 18 points, 14 rebounds and five assists to lead the Wolverines (1-13 overall, 1-6 in the Corner Conference). Shelby Sommerla had 12 points and five steals in the win.

  • Shooting woes haunt Rams in loss to Harlan

    Poor shooting by the Glenwood boys basketball team and a smothering defense by Class 3A No. 1 Harlan was too much for the Rams in a 62-37 Hawkeye 10 Conference loss on Friday.

    Glenwood, who had lost its previous two conference games by a combined two points in a pair of overtime contests, drops to 5-6 overall and 5-5 in the conference.

  • Bluejays fly away from East Mills

    Jake Doyle’s 20 points were not enough as Villisca got a three-point play from forward Ryan Focht with less than a minute left to seal a 47-42 Corner Conference victory over the East Mills boys basketball team on Friday.

    Doyle connected on 7-of-10 shots, including 6-of-9 from behind the arc for his 20 points. Nathan Day added eight points and four assists.

    Focht led the Bluejays with 18.

    Treynor 74,

    East Mills 28

  • Titans take dual from Rams

    Council Bluffs Lewis Central won 10 of 14 matches in a 44-21 Hawkeye 10 Conference dual victory over Glenwood on Thursday.

    Beau Johnson (125 pounds), Andrew Reinert (171), Joey Bryan (189) and Colin White (285) earned victories for Glenwood.

    In the only match pitting ranked opponents, No. 10 ranked 112-pounder Tyler Feller pinned Glenwood’s No. 7 ranked Nate Harms in the second period of their match. The loss was just Harms’ second of the season.

    Lewis Central 44,

    Glenwood 21

  • Harlan edges Glenwood, 53-45

    The Harlan girls got 19 points from Amber Leinen as the Cyclones edged Glenwood 53-45 in Hawkeye 10 Conference play on Friday.

    Tori Kruse led the Rams with 14 points and Morgan Lucy added 13.

    Atlantic 56,

    Glenwood 46

    The Atlantic girls basketball team outscored Glenwood 29-22 after halftime to pull away for a 56-46 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory last Tuesday.

    The Rams shot 40 percent for the game (15-of-37) and had 25 turnovers compared to the Trojans 14.

    The two teams combined to commit 45 fouls and shoot 50 free throws.

  • Glenwood fourth at Winterset Invitational

    The Glenwood wrestling team bounced back from first round struggles to earn fourth place at the Winterset Invitational on Saturday.

    Joey Bryan (171 pounds) and Colin White (285) both earned second-place finishes in the tournament to lead the Rams.

    After his team's early round stumbles, Glenwood coach Matt Dyer was happy to see his team rebound so strongly.

  • Monarchs nip Rams in OT

    The Glenwood boys basketball team could not hold a seven point lead in the final four minutes as Denison stormed back to send the game into overtime and outscore the Rams 3-2 in the extra frame a 50-49 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory on Friday.

    Glenwood (5-4 overall, 5-3 in the conference), winners of its previous five games, controlled most of the way on the Monarchs (7-2) with its trademark tough defense. But several key turnovers allowed the Monarchs back into the game, said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte.