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Today's News

  • Rams sending 24 to state track

    The Glenwood girls and boys each won the district title and combined to qualify in 24 events for this week’s Iowa State Track Meet.

    At the Class 3A State Qualifying Meet in Atlantic in Thursday, the Glenwood girls won the district title with 173 points to easily out distance runner up ADM’s 121 points. The girls qualified in a school-record 14 events at the meet.
    The Glenwood boys punched 10 tickets to state of their own while winning the district title over the host Trojans 160 to 151 in the team standings.

  • Glenwood girls win Atlantic Co-ed meet

    The Glenwood girls won four events and took home the team title while the boys squad finished fourth at the Atlantic Co-ed Relays last Monday.

    With 145 team points, the Glenwood girls easily out-scored the runner up Trojans’ 95 points. Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln was third with 70 points.

    Glenwood girls coach Cory Faust said the wind was a big factor in Atlantic, with gusts topping 30 miles per hour throughout the meet but he was happy that his team stayed focused on the things they could control.

  • Rams’ Ibanez, Konfrst sweep singles titles at Hawk-10 meet

    Glenwood’s Joel Ibanez and Adam Konfrst swept the boys singles titles and the Rams’ Brielle Smith and Sierra Stouder won the girls’ No. 2 singles bracket at a windy Hawkeye 10 Conference Tennis Tournament last Monday at the Koch Family Tennis Center in Omaha.

    The Shenandoah girls – who won both the No. 1 and No. 2 singles and the No. 1 doubles brackets – repeated as conference champions after edging Glenwood 30-22 in the team scores.

  • Knights complete rare Corner ‘four-peat’

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    The Fremont-Mills boys track team are indeed winners of their fourth straight Corner Conference title with the victory on its home track in Tabor last Tuesday.

    The Knights won six events and placed in the top three in 11 other events to rack up 158 points. Sidney was the runner up with 122 points.

    “This was by far the toughest of the four,” said Fremont-Mills boys coach Mike Wood.

  • C.B. St. Albert blanks Glenwood, 1-0

    Sam Wilber’s goal in the 53rd minute broke a scoreless tie and carried Council Bluffs St. Albert to a 1-0 Hawkeye 10 Conference boys soccer victory over Glenwood Thursday in Council Bluffs.

    The Rams (5-3) struggled with their attack against the Falcons’ defense, finishing with nine shots on goal.
    Wilber’s goal came off an intercepted pass the freshman finished from 25 yards out.

  • Fremont-Mills girls win own Relays, boys third

    The Fremont-Mills girls and boys track teams had strong showings at its own Knight Co-ed Invitational last Tuesday in Tabor.

    The Fremont-Mills girls won eight events and wrapped up the team title with 162 points. Southwest Valley was a distant second with 110 points followed by East Mills and Sidney, who tied for third in the girls team standings with 80 points.

    The Knight boys team was third with 95 points. Sidney was the boys champion with 110 points. Glenwood was fourth with 83 points and East Mills was fifth with 71.

  • Glenwood posts links victory

    Kathryn Gunderson won top individual honors to lead Glenwood to a dual victory over Council Bluffs St. Albert in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls golf at Fox Run Golf Course in Council Bluffs Thursday.

    Gunderson and teammate Sophie Benson tied with rounds of 51 but Gunderson won the handicap hole to take home top medalist honors.

    The Rams shot a team round of 213. The Saintes did not post a team score.

    Savannah Mellon added a 54 and Ellie Brown a 57 to complete Glenwood’s scoring.

  • Short-handed Rams win Bedford Co-ed meet

    With part of its team running in Des Moines at the Drake Relays, the Glenwood girls didn’t take the night off.

    The short-handed Rams easily out-paced the field in Bedford, racking up 11 gold medals and 238 points en route to the team title. Sidney was the runner up with 126 points.

    Glenwood coach Cory Faust was in Des Moines for Drake and didn’t see the Bedford meet but the coach said his team performed well above expectations.

  • East Mills’ Schraft wins four medals at Drake Relays qualifiers

    If the Drake Relays are any indication, Janette Schraft’s trophy shelf is likely to get a little more full.

    The Wolverine junior who won a trio of gold medals at last year’s state track meet in the 800, 1,500 and 3,000-meters, medaled in all four events she qualified in at this year’s Drake Relays wrapping up Saturday in Des Moines.

    Competing against the top runners in the state, Schraft placed fourth in the 800-meters on Thursday with a time of 2:15.50. On Friday, she ran a 10:24.48 to place seventh in the 3,000-meters

  • Plans Being Finalized For Athletic Complex Upgrade

    As the Glenwood Community School District locks up its financing, the district’s architects are finalizing design plans for the new $3.7 million athletic complex.

    The district’s Board of Directors approved the issuance of general obligation school capital loan agreement at the April school board meeting. With the purchase of the bond by American National Bank, the district’s financing for the overhaul to the 70-year old athletic complex is in place.