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Tough losses can have a way of beating teams twice. Case in point: Glenwood’s 62-55 loss to Kuemper Catholic Thursday. Just two nights after nearly rallying from a double-digit deficit at Harlan only to lose on a last second shot, the Rams again put up a valiant comeback effort against the Knights...

Glenwood’s Danika Arnold was one of five Rams to score eight or more points in Friday’s win over Kuemper Catholic. Arnold finished with eight points.
Glenwood opened the game on a 20-0 run, forced nine turnovers and held Kuemper Catholic to 0-of-10 shooting in the opening quarter of a 60-28 victory in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls basketball Thursday. “We’ll take that any day,” said Glenwood coach Brian Rasmussen of his team’s first quarter....

Vinny Mayberry, shown here earlier this season, won the 113-pound championship at the Bobcat Classic in Basehor-Linwood, Kan. Saturday.
Glenwood took seven wrestlers to the Bobcat Classic in Basehor-Linwood, Kan. this week and four came home with medals. Vinny Mayberry was the Rams’ top place winner after taking the title at 113-pounds. C.J Carter (195 pounds) added a second-place finish and Briten Maxwell (120) and Trent Patton (...

Fremont-Mills’ Teagan Ewalt scored 21 points in Thursday’s win over Shenandoah.
It wasn’t always pretty. The offense never seemed to find its rhythm. Ball security and rebounding were issues. And late game free throw shooting was inconsistent. Yet, Fremont-Mills made the plays that mattered – especially on the defensive end – and did hit just enough free throws in the final...

Glenwood’s Abby Hughes looks for room to shoot surrounded by Shenadoah defenders in the Rams’ 67-52 win Friday. Hughes scored 17 of her 19 points in the first half.
It was another slow start followed by an explosive second quarter for Glenwood in its 67-52 win over Shenandoah. The Class 4A, No. 1 ranked Rams actually trailed 14-13 after a rough first quarter that saw them turn the ball over six times and look of synch offensively. Glenwood got off to similar...

C.J. Carter, shown here above, was one of two Glenwood wrestlers to win individual titles at the Rollin Dyer Invitational Saturday in Atlantic.
Glenwood’s C.J. Carter and Trent Patton each won individual titles and the Rams were eighth as a team at the Rollin Dyer Invitational in Atlantic Saturday. Sergeant Bluff-Luton was the team champion, out-scoring runner up Underwood 199.5 to 195.5 for top honors. The Rams tallied 96 points for...

Glenwood’s Caden Johnson scored 14 of his game-high 19 points in the Rams’ 86-36 victory over Shenandoah Friday.
Glenwood coach Curt Schulte called it his team’s most “complete” game of the season. The scoreboard called it a rout. The Rams had four players score in double figures, as an offense they scored a season-high in points and their defense held Shenandoah to a season-low in points in an 86-36 win in...

Glenwood’s Kennedy Jones scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds in the Rams’ win at Council Bluffs Lewis Central.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - After a lackluster start that saw Glenwood go the first four minutes of the game without a field goal and struggle to adjust to Council Bluffs Lewis Central’s zone defense, the Rams tightened the screws defensively in the second half to win going away 55-34 on the road in Council...

Caden Johnson drives for two of his game-high 33 points in Glenwood’s double-overtime loss to Council Bluffs Lewis Central.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - For the second time in five days, Glenwood’s Kayden Anderson had the ball and the chance at a game-winner. But unlike his previous three-pointer to beat Creston on Dec. 17, the sophomore’s runner at the end of regulation came up just short as the horn sounded and Council Bluffs...

Kayden Anderson, shown here driving for a layup against Harlan, hit the game-winning three-pointer for Glenwood in Friday’s 46-45 win.
Kayden Anderson’s only points on the night couldn’t have come at a better time. The sophomore reserve hit a three-pointer at the buzzer Friday to give Glenwood a 46-45 victory at Creston. After nearly four quarters of a defensive battle that saw both teams struggled to put the ball in the basket at...

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