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Today's Sports

  • Ram comeback comes up short

        A two-point conversion that would have tied the game with 4:36 and a fourth-down pass with 1:55 remaining both came up short for Glenwood on Friday as Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson escaped Glenwood with a 28-26 non-district victory at Ram Memorial Field.

  • Glenwood boys win Ram Invite

        James Fuller’s top finish led five Glenwood runners in the top 11 to earn the team crown at the Rams’ home cross country meet on Tuesday.
        The meet, delayed from the previous Saturday due to rain, saw the Rams run away from the field led by Fuller’s time of 18:06. Glenwood easily out-paced second place Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 30 to 56 in the team point standings.

  • Knights pick up where they left...

        TABOR - The Fremont-Mills football team picked up where they left off last during their state championship season by defeating Corning 56-12 on Friday.

  • Wolverines can’t catch Mustangs

        MALVERN - Kyle Steiner returned the opening kick-off 97 yards for East Mills’ only touchdown in a 10-7 season-opening loss to Shenandoah on Friday in Malvern.

  • Rams tame Tigers in opener

        RED OAK — A 21-point second quarter lifted the Glenwood football team to a 49-6 victory over Red Oak Friday night in the season opener for both teams.

  • Six from area on all-Corner...

        Six area athletes were named to the All-Corner Conference baseball team released last week.
        Charlie Ruff, Daniel Duysen and Luke Schafer, all of East Mills, were tabbed as first team selections along with Fremont-Mills’ Corey Morrical, James Hill and Austin Switzer.
        League coaches, who vote on the team, awarded unanimous selection to Schafer, Nishnabotna’s Andrew Thompson, Levi Allen of Essex and Brendon Hardy of Sidney.

  • Born to Run

        Pixie Meier knew, almost from birth, her son Nate was going to be a football player.
    He weighed just 7.6 pounds at birth but at his two-week check up, he was nearly 11 pounds.
      “He never really stopped growing,” Pixie said.

  • Center of Attention

        When it came time to select a jersey number her freshman season, Morgan Lucy didn’t have much of choice in numbers.

  • East Mills can’t get past Treynor

        TREYNOR — A flurry of runs late by Treynor ended East Mills’ baseball season with a 14-2 loss in five innings Thursday night in the Class 1A, District 16 semifinals at Treynor High School.
        Treynor scored 10 runs in the last two innings, including six in the fifth, to win the game via the 10-run rule.
        “They’re a good team,” East Mills Coach Cole Buchholz said after the game. “They hit the ball one through nine and everybody can hit.”

  • Winterset ends Rams’ season in...

        ATLANTIC - For the second straight game a home run played a major factor for the Glenwood softball team.
        But this time, the Rams came up on the wrong end of that long ball.
        Karly Olson’s two-run homer in the bottom of the fourth inning was all Winterset needed to get past Glenwood 2-0 in the Class 4A Regional final at Atlantic last Tuesday.