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Today's News

  • Rams put three on All-Hawkeye 10 soccer first team

    Glenwood’s Avery Blasdel, Mia McCorkle and Kendall Bardsley all earned first team recognition on the All-Hawkeye 10 Conference Girls Soccer team released last week.

    The Rams trio was joined on the first team by Council Bluffs Lewis Central’s Grace Guidry, Isabella Smith, Alissa Pomrenke, Rachel Cushing, Mikayla McCart and Hadley Hill, Council Bluffs St. Albert’s Makenna Shepard, Teagan Blackburn and Ellerie Tarbox, Denison’s Alex Mohr, Harlan’s Kylee Hinz and Creston’s Kalan Bloodgood.

  • Seeding coming to state wrestling tournament

    The Iowa High School Athletic Association will begin seeding brackets at the traditional state wrestling tournament beginning in 2019.

    In a unanimous decision announced Monday morning, the IHSAA Board of Control approved a wrestling advisory committee recommendation to build brackets with criteria that seeds the top eight wrestlers in each of the 14 weight classes across all three classifications.

  • Glenwood second at T.J. Classic

    Earlham plated two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Glenwood and win the Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Softball Classic Saturday night in Council Bluffs.

  • Knights smack 15 hits in back-to-back home wins

    Fremont-Mills broke open a 4-4 game with seven runs combined in the third and four innings in a 12-5 victory over Essex in Corner Conference baseball Friday in Tabor.

    For the second straight game, the Knights (6-10) recorded 15 hits. Sophie Murphy and Tori Kilpatrick each went 3-for-4 and drove in runs. Taylor Morgan, Kendall Reed and Sophie Phillips added two hits each.

    Taylor was the winner in the circle. The freshman struck out three and did not allow an earned run.

    Fremont-Mills 12,
    C.B. St. Albert 5

  • Rams’ go 2-0 at A.L. Classic

    The Glenwood baseball team used strong pitching and some clutch hitting to win a pair of games in the Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln Classic played in Glenwood Saturday.

    The Rams (5-11) got by A-D-M 10-7 and downed LeMars 6-4.

    “We had two pretty good outings from our pitchers, Eli Bales and Michael Radford. “It was somewhat different to previous games this week, but they both pitched really well for us Saturday.”

  • Rams’ Von Essen named to Hawkeye 10 first team

    Glenwood senior Blake Von Essen was named to the first team on the All-Hawkeye 10 Conference boys soccer team.

    The team, released last week, was selected by a vote of conference coaches.

    Von Essen was tabbed as a unanimous first team defender on the team.

    Jordan Renshaw and John Palmer also earned all-conference honors for Glenwood. Renshaw was named to the second team after leading the Rams in assists (four) and scoring six goals. Palmer scored a team-high eight goals and recorded two assists this season.

  • Big second inning lifts Knights to win

    Fremont-Mills broke open a scoreless game with eight runs in the second inning and cruised to a 12-7 victory over East Mills in Corner Conference baseball in Malvern Friday.

    The Knights, who finished with eight hits, took advantage of 14 walks by a trio of Wolverine pitchers in the win. F-M led 9-0 before East Mills was able to plate three runs in the bottom of the third. They added four more in the fourth but could get no closer.

  • Titans down Rams in Hawk-10 baseball

    Council Bluffs Lewis Central pitcher Jake Powell limited Glenwood to just two hits in an 11-1 Titan victory in Hawkeye 10 Conference baseball Thursday.

    Glenwood coach Kurt Schulz said he thought Powell threw well but the junior hurler was helped by his team’s lack of competitiveness at the plate.

    “He threw well but we didn’t swing well,” Schulz said. “I was little disappointed in our effort offensively.”

  • Glenwood bounces back from first loss with 16-6 road victory

    Sydney Biermann and Erin Stanley each smacked home runs for Glenwood in a 16-6 softball victory in five innings at Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Friday.

    The Rams (10-1), just one night after being no-hit in a 10-0 loss to Council Bluffs Lewis Central, were aggressive at the plate all night against the Yellow Jackets (4-4). After scoring five first inning runs, Glenwood added seven more in the fourth in  a game they never trailed in.

  • Rams stay perfect with sweep of Kuemper

    A pair of quick starts at the plate and a pair of equally impressive pitching performances from Sydney Biermann and Taryn Bertini helped Glenwood to a sweep of Kuemper Catholic in Hawkeye 10 Conference softball Thursday.

    Glenwood won game one 13-9 and then came back to shutout the Knights 9-0 in the nightcap. With the wins the Rams improve to 6-0 on the season.

    “Our girls are playing with a lot of confidence right now,” said Glenwood coach Kylie Stanton.