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Charlie Hernandez led Glenwod with 11 kills in Glenwood’s regional loss to Indianola.
The Glenwood volleyball team’s season came to end Tuesday night in Indianola. The Class 4A, No. 2 ranked Indians (36-4) punched their ticket to the state volleyball tournament with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-16 victory over the No. 11 ranked Rams in the Region 2 championship match. Glenwood coach Paula...
FORT DODGE - The Glenwood cross country program picked up three individual medals while the girls finished sixth as a team and the boys 10th at a frigid Iowa State Cross Country Meet in Fort Dodge Saturday. The Rams’ Grace Berglund finished eighth in the Class 3A girls race while both Andrew Smith...

Charley Hernandez had 11 kills for Glenwood in it's regional finals loss to Indianola.
The Glenwood volleyball team’s season came to end Tuesday night in Indianola. The Class 4A, No. 2 ranked Indians (36-4) punched their ticket to the state volleyball tournament with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-16 victory over the Rams 2 championship match. The Indians hit a blistering .518 as team, showing...

Audrey Boban knocks down one of he game-high 17 kills in East Mills regional victory over Stanton.
East Mills picked up the most crucial of “rubber match” victories over Stanton in the Class 1A, Region 3 semifinals Monday after splitting a pair of regular season tilts with the Viqueens. The Wolverines knocked down 58 kills and dug out of a 2-1 set hole to end No. 7 ranked Stanton’s season with a...

The Glenwood girls won their third Hawkeye 10 Conference title in the last four years at last Wednesday’s meet at Glenwood Lake Park.
Led by Grace Berglund’s top finish, the Glenwood girls had six runners place in the top 20 to capture the Rams’ third Hawkeye 10 Conference Cross Country Meet title in four years at last Wednesday’s meet held at Glenwood Lake Park. The meet, originally schedule for the Carroll Country Club Thursday...

Jack Gordon was one of two East Mills’ players to rush for more than 100 yards in the win over Griswold. Gordon finished with 117 yards and two touchdowns.
With its top two quarterbacks out with injuries, East Mills reverted to its past in Friday’s homecoming match up with Griswold in Malvern Friday. The Wolverines and head coach Kevin Schafer went to their little used, run oriented “T” offense – with two running backs flanking the quarterback in the...

Kellen Scott led Glenwood with 84 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Rams’ win over Winterset Friday.
Glenwood used a balanced offense and a strong fourth quarter in a 42-14 road win at Winterset Friday in Class 4A, District 6 football. The Rams (4-2) weren’t perfect, said head coach Cory Faust, but there was much to like in the win. “I think we played better,” he said. “I think we still had a run...

Lawson Kling scooped up a pooch kickoff and returned it 45-yards for a touchdown in Fremont-Mills’ 28-22 loss to Exira-EHK Friday.
Fremont-Mills had its chances. Trailing 28-22 with 1:38 on the clock and the ball in Exira-EHK territory at the 13-yard line, the Knights had four shots at a potential game-winner. But each time on that final drive the Spartans had an answer, the last of which coming on an incomplete pass in the...

Fremont-MIlls’ Braxton Blackburn ran for 187 yards and six touchdowns in the Knights’ 55-22 victory over East Mills Friday in Malvern.
Fremont-Mills scored a touchdown 29 seconds into the game and never let up as the Knights rolled to a 55-22 eight-player District 10 victory over East Mills Friday night in Malvern. The Knights dominated play at the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball against a Wolverine team decimated by...
The East Mills volleyball team capped its last weekend tournament of the season with a second-place finish at the Bedford Invitational Tournament Saturday. The Wolverines (19-10 overall, 3-2 in the conference) were second in pool and went 2-2 for the day. In pool play, they downed Lamoni 21-18, 21-...

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