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Today's Sports

  • Rams stay perfect with sweep of...

    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.

  • Rams’ season ends one win short...

    The game wasn’t over at halftime but that was all Council Bluffs Lewis Central needed.

    The No. 1 ranked and two-time defending state champion Titans looked the part in the first half as their experienced, attacking front line picked Glenwood apart for six first half goals en route to a 9-0 victory to punch their ticket to state in the Class 2A, Region 2 finals in Council Bluffs Monday night.

  • Glenwood fourth at state team...

    WATERLOO - The Glenwood girls tennis team capped its historic season with a fourth place finish at the Class 1A, Girls State Tennis Tournament at the Byrnes Park Tennis Center in Waterloo Saturday.

  • Konfrst, Ibanez seventh at state...

    Glenwood’s Joel Ibanez and Adam Konfrst placed seventh at the Class 1A State Tennis Tournament on Saturday at the Byrnes Tennis Center in Waterloo.

    The Rams’ doubles team of Konfrst and Ibanez went 3-2 at the tournament to give the Rams back-to-back state place winners in the doubles. Konfrst placed third a year ago along with teammate Sam Lauritsen. Konfrst is the school’s first ever two-time state place winner.

  • F-M girls fourth at AHSTW Co-ed...

    The Fremont-Mills girls track team finished fourth at the AHSTW Co-Ed Relays Thursday in  Avoca.

    The Knights won three events and placed in the top three in four others to finish with 103 points. Underwood was the meet champion with 164 points.

    Clara Schaaf won gold in the long jump and the 100-meter hurdles and Sophie Phillips bested the field in the discus to pace Fremont-Mills.

    The East Mills girls placed sixth as a team behind top finished by Janette Schraft in the 400-meters, 1,500-meters and 3,200-meters.

  • T.J.’s ‘own goal’ helps Rams...

    The Glenwood boys soccer team stayed perfect on the season with a 2-1 road win thanks to a fortuitous bounce off a Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson defender on Thursday.

    With the match knotted at 1-1, a throw in by the Rams’ Trevor Stanley ricocheted off a Yellowjacket defender and into their own goal for what turned out to be the game-winner.

    Glenwood coach Cory Lovato said the win was big for his team on a night they were short-handed. The Rams had just 13 players suited up and only one sub played all game.

  • Glenwood girls down A.L 1-0

    Mia McCorkle’s goal in the eighth minute was all Glenwood needed in a 1-0 victory over Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln Thursday.

    McCorkle’s goal came on a wild play when a through ball from Kari Schuppan was mishandled and ultimately bobbled away by the Lynx’s goal-keeper. McCorkle didn’t give up on the ball, tracked it down and booted in the score.

  • Rams sweep in season openers

    The Glenwood girls tennis team opened its season Thursday with a pair of home victories over Sioux City East and Sioux City West.

    The Rams were perfect in a 9-0 win over East and a 9-0 win over West.

    Glenwood never trailed and never gave up more than two games in the win over East. Ellie Osterloh, Brooklyn Taylor, Ruby Crow and Cameron Rounds all shutout their opponents in singles matches.

  • Glenwood girls win Tiger Relays

    The Glenwood girls won eight events and ran away with the team title at the Red Oak Tiger Relays Thursday in Red Oak.

    The Rams finished with 174 points in the team standings to easily out-pace runner up Creston’s 122 points. Shenandoah was third with 121 points.

  • Glenwood fourth at Ram Relays

    Nate Kennedy set a blistering new school record in the 100-meters and the Glenwood track team placed fourth in the team standings at a loaded Ram Relays Thursday.

    The Relays, which were moved to Thursday due to last week’s cold weather, added a handful of area teams to make the field one of the toughest in the early season.