Today's Sports

  • Red Oak snaps Rams’ 5-game...

    RED OAK - The Glenwood girls basketball team saw its five-game winning streak snapped as Red Oak battled to a 61-41 victory over the Rams last Tuesday, Jan. 15, on the Tigers’ home court.

    The Tigers began with an 8-0 run and held Glenwood scoreless for three minutes before Brooklyn Taylor made a jump shot to get the Rams on the board.

    The Tigers continued to drain their shots as they stretched their lead to 17-6 at the end of the first quarter.

  • Glenwood picks up pair of wins...

    Solid defensive play and balanced scoring propelled Glenwood to a 58-53 Hawkeye 10 Conference road victory over Harlan Saturday afternoon.

    The win improved the Rams’ record to 11-2 overall and 6-1 in Hawkeye 10 Conference play.

    “That’s a big conference game,” Glenwood coach Curt Schulte said. “That was our eighth win in a row so we’re probably playing our best basketball right now.”

  • Glenwood Grapplers Land 8th in...

    The Glenwood varsity wrestling team captured eighth place in the team standings at the 30-team Basehor Linwood Bobcat Classic wrestling tournament in Kansas Saturday.

    Five Glenwood grapplers earned top 8 finishes in their respective weight classes - Brett Mower (champion), Mitch Mayberry (7th place), Nick Gill (6th place), Noah Carter (6th place) and Hunter Haggstrom (8th place).

    Glenwood returns to Hawkeye 10 Conference dual action Thursday night at Atlantic.

  • Glenwood Girls Crack Rankings,...

    Elle Scarborough led three players in double-figures and the Glenwood girls basketball team matched their win total of a year ago with a 69-37 victory over Atlantic last Tuesday night, Jan. 8

    The Rams, who improved to 8-3 overall and 5-1 in the conference win, equaled their number of wins from last year’s 8-15 season.

  • Rams Topple Atlantic, Shoot Down...

    Glenwood overcame the loss of its point guard and a furious second-half rally by Atlantic to avenge an early-season loss to the Trojans in a 73-65 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory last Tuesday, Jan. 8.

    “I wish we could have sealed the deal when we had a 20-point lead but we let them back in,” said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte after the win.

    The Rams led by 11 after halftime and stretched that margin out to 47-27 on Dax Lappala’s three pointer with just over three minutes to go in the third quarter.

  • Impact Import

    When Pedro Ragazzo arrived in Malvern last summer as a foreign exchange student, it wasn’t the Brazilian’s first trip to the states.

    He had been to America twice before. Once on a family vacation and the other? To attend a basketball camp in North Carolina.

    Why North Carolina?

    “I love the Coach K,” Ragazzo said, referring to legendary Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, who hosted the camp. “I love basketball.”

  • McIntyre wins title, Rams 10th...

    Glenwood’s Abby McIntyre won the women’s bracket and had two other wrestlers reach the finals in a 10th place showing at the Jack Mendenhall Invitational in Ames on Saturday.

    West Des Moines Valley scored 181 points to win the tournament that featured some of the top wrestlers and teams from Nebraska and Iowa. Ankeny was the runner up with 158 points.
    Glenwood finished with 100.5 points.

  • Rams show no rust in 84-62 rout...

    The Glenwood boys basketball team picked up right where it left off.

    Playing its first game in 14 days following the holiday break, the Rams scored a season-high – with 59 of those points coming from Christian Stanislav and Ryan Blum – to win their fourth straight game in an 84-62 victory over Kuemper Catholic in Hawkeye 10 Conference basketball Friday.

    “We shot the ball well, we got ball reversals and some inside touches,” said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte after the game. “Offensively I felt really good about what we did.”

  • Knights get defensive in rugged...

    TABOR - Who said victories have to look pretty?

    After going nearly 11 minutes without a point and recording more turnovers (11) than points (eight) in the first half, Fremont-Mills scraped together a 11-2 over the final four minutes to down Essex 27-22 in an admitted not so pretty Corner Conference title Friday in Tabor.

    Fremont-Mills coach Brett Weldon admitted after the game this one looked and felt exactly like the first game after a two-week Christmas break

  • Knight shooting woes continue in...

    For the third straight game, Fremont-Mills struggled with its shooting and for the third straight game that proved costly.

    The Knights shot just 30 percent from the field and scored a season-low in points in a 49-32 loss to Underwood in Tabor Saturday night.

    “As of right now, we are struggling to score,” said Fremont-Mills coach Steve Raymond, whose team dropped to 2-4 on the season. “When the ball doesn’t go in the hole, it affects other aspects of your game.