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Today's News

  • Rams bounce back for 8-0 win at Treynor

    Kyle Jorgensen, Sam Lampman, John Palmer and Turner Reich each scored two goals for Glenwood in an 8-0 victory over Treynor in boys soccer Thursday.

    Glenwood coach Cort Lovato said his team took control early and never let up.

    “The boys were able to score in the first couple minutes,” he said. “It was a big change from Tuesday at Sioux City North, which was our focus. We needed to come out and play at a fast pace. The boys were able to do that and continue the pace the rest of the half and game.”

  • Fremont-Mills wins fifth straight Corner crown

    TABOR - Different year, same result.

    The Fremont-Mills boys and the Sidney girls successfully defended their titles at the Corner Conference Track and Field Meet by each winning their fifth consecutive team title.

    The Knight boys squad out-paced the Sidney boys 166 to 148 for their crown while the Cowgirls edged Fremont-Mills in the girls standings, 157 to 142.

    The East Mills boys were sixth with 51 points and the girls finished fourth with 52 points.

  • Rams first, second at H-10 meet

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - The Glenwood girls scored a Hawkeye 10 Conference meet record 193 points to win their fifth team title in six years Thursday at Council Bluffs Lewis Central.

    The Rams ran away from the conference field with 193 points, the most ever amassed at the conference meet. Atlantic was a distant second with 115 points.

    The Glenwood boys were second in the team standings to Atlantic by a score of 145 to 125.

    The Glenwood girls won nine of 17 events, placed in the top three in five others and double-scored in a total of nine events.

  • Nickerson To Replace 'Hutch' As GCHS Principal

    Less than a month after Glenwood Community High School Principal Richard Hutchinson announced he was stepping down from his administrative position, his replacement has been named.

    And the school district didn’t have to go very far to get him.

    In a special meeting on Friday, the Glenwood Community School District Board of Education officially approved the hiring of Rick Nickerson as the new principal.

    Nickerson has served as assistant principal at the school since 2012.

  • Rams rout St. Albert 7-0

    The Glenwood boys soccer team continued its winning ways with a 7-0 rout of Council Bluffs St. Albert Thursday in Glenwood.

    The Rams (5-6), winners of their last three, picked up two first half goals and cruised to the win.

  • Rams cap perfect week with dual win

    The Glenwood boys gold team capped a perfect week with 157 to 189 dual victory over Council Bluffs St. Albert at Fox Run Golf Course in Council Bluffs.

    The Rams’ Ryan Leath shot a 1-over-par 37 to win top medalist honors at the dual. Medalist runner-up honors went to Glenwood’s Dax Lappala with a round of 39.

  • Fremont-Mills girls win own relays, boys second

    The Fremont-Mills girls and boys combined to win 12 events at their Co-ed relays last Tuesday in Tabor.

    The Knight girls won four events and captured the team crown with 136 points, 19 better than runner up Southwest Valley. Fremont-Mills grabbed eight gold medals to place second behind Sidney, 165 to 118.

    Kendra Fichter picked up a pair of top showings in both the shot and the discus. Also winning gold was Kenna Howard in the high jump and the Knights’ shuttle hurdle relay. The F-M girls also placed second in six other events.

  • Rams' Schraft wins gold at Drake Relays

    Janette Schraft won her first ever Drake Relays gold medal and placed in the top seven in three other events on a frigid weekend at the 110th running of the meet dubbed “America’s Athletic Classic’’ in Des Moines.

  • Rams offense clicks in 6-2 victory over Harlan

    Brooklyn Hanshaw recorded a hat trick and Glenwood got by Harlan 6-2 in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls soccer Thursday in Harlan.

    The Rams (3-5), who had dropped five of their previous six games, earned their second conference win behind a quick offense starts that saw them score three goals in the match’s first 12 minutes.

  • Glenwood snaps skid with 2-0 win

    The Glenwood boys soccer team snapped a six match losing streak with a 2-0 shutout victory over Atlantic last Monday at home.

    The Rams (3-6) controlled possession much of the game Lovato said but it was his team’s tempo that showed improvement in the win.

    “The boys played much better and at a faster pace,” Lovato said.  It was nice to see the boys with fresh legs and energy.