Kody Kirkpatrick, a 2009 graduate of New Berlin High School, has been hired as the new head boys basketball coach at Glenwood High School.
The shortened, spring 2021 high school football season ended last Friday night for the Glenwood Titans, who were pummeled 60-14 by the host Rochester Rockets.
The Glenwood High School varsity girls volleyball team closed out its shortened, spring 2021 season on a high note last Thursday, rallying to defeat Sacred Heart-Griffin in three sets to claim third place in the Central State Eight Conference Tournament.
The Glenwood High School boys soccer team took charge from the start of overtime and needed only 21 seconds to finish off a thrilling, come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Springfield High last Saturday at Lee Field in the Central State Eight Conference Tournament championship game.
After a quick 14-0 start that could have swelled even bigger, the Glenwood Titans found themselves in a tight ball game late against Rashad Rochelle and the Springfield Senators last Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
Austin Bush had three receiving touchdowns, and the Glenwood defense held MacArthur at bay for most of the game as the Titans posted a 35-7 victory last Friday night in their final home game of the abbreviated 2021 spring season.
The Glenwood Football Titans ran into a senior-laden, motivated group of SHG Cyclones last Saturday afternoon at Ken Leonard Field, with the hosts running up a 20-0 lead before the end of the first quarter.
Through two games this season, the Glenwood Football Titans have outscored their opponents, Normal U-High and Jacksonville, by a combined 54-0 in the second half.
Seniors Mya Hammond and Alex Johnson headline a group of five returning starters for the Glenwood High School girls volleyball team as its shortened spring 2021 season gets underway this week.
There will be no chance for postseason glory, but there will be a high school boys soccer season during the 2020-21 school year.
The Glenwood High School varsity girls basketball team put together its most complete effort of the abbreviated season last Saturday night, upsetting rival Springfield High 53-46 at GHS.
Junior guard Eli Curtis scored 11 points and added 16 rebounds as the Glenwood High varsity boys basketball team defeated Rochester 39-32 last Friday night at GHS.
The Glenwood High School varsity girls basketball team split its two games against the Decatur schools last week, blitzing Eisenhower 86-16 and falling to 63-46 to defending CS8 champion MacArthur.
Cross country runners from Glenwood High School completed another amazing season by competing in the ShaZam Racing/MileSplit Illinois Cross Country championships last Saturday at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe.
The Glenwood High School boys and girls cross country teams both claimed some hardware last Saturday in winning team titles at the Class 2A Jacksonville Regional.
The banner season for the Glenwood High School girls tennis team continued last weekend, as the Titans showed off their depth and won the Central State Eight Conference title for the first time since 2016.
This time around, Glenwood High School senior Aidan Peterson got the better of rival Matt Herren of Rochester at a dual cross country meet at Rochester Community Park last Saturday morning.
The Glenwood Middle School girls softball team capped off a dominant and undefeated season last Saturday by defeating Pana 11-3 to win an IESA Regional title.
Rylann Law and William Patzia paced the Glenwood Middle School girls and boys cross country teams as they got their seasons underway at Community Park in Chatham last Tuesday on a sweltering hot afternoon with temperatures over 90 degrees and the heat index at 100.
The Glenwood High School boys and girls cross country seasons will begin in historic fashion this Saturday, as the Titans host their first-ever meet at GHS.
The Illinois High School Association announced its plans for the 2020-21 school year last week, with four truncated seasons established.
.The Glenwood High School varsity boys basketball team used a huge third quarter run to take control before finishing off a 45-39 victory over Carbondale in a semifinal game of the Class 3A Mt. Vernon Sectional last week.
Before a rather sparse crowd, the Glenwood High School boys basketball team captured the IHSA Class 3A Taylorville Regional title by defeating Jacksonville 54-40 last Friday night.
Defense and 3-point shooting carried the Glenwood High School varsity boys in their opening game of the Class 3A postseason Tuesday night in Taylorville.
Casey Erickson has been hired as the next head coach for the Glenwood High School varsity baseball team, with formal approval given at last week’s Ball-Chatham Board of Education meeting.
Glenwood High School junior Levi Vorreyer has qualified for state for the third year in a row in one-meter diving (11 dives), and he will be joined by the members of the 400 yard freestyle relay squad.
The Glenwood High School wrestling team has dealt with plenty of challenges this season, and the drama continued heading into last weekend’s Class 2A Individual State Tournament in Champaign.
The Glenwood High School wrestling team has two sectional champions and a total of four individuals headed to this weekend’s IHSA Class 2A Individual State Tournament at the State Farm Center in Champaign.
The Glenwood High School boys swimming and diving team won four of the first five events, then took the top two spots in the final event, the 400 freestyle relay, to take home the Central State Eight Conference title last Saturday at Eisenhower Pool in Springfield.
As the IHSA wrestling postseason gets underway this weekend, the Glenwood High School wrestling program is dealing with the repercussions of violating two IHSA by-laws.
The Glenwood High varsity boys basketball team didn’t have a lot of time to dwell on Friday night’s disappointing overtime loss at Decatur Mac-Arthur, with an afternoon matinee scheduled for Saturday at Springfield High in a make-up from a December postponement.
The Glenwood High School varsity wrestling team headed south last weekend and came home with the team title at the 59th annual Murdale Tournament in Carbondale.
The Glenwood High School wrestlers won eight of 14 matches and had four victories by pin in defeating Rochester 41-28 in a Central State Eight Conference dual in Rochester last Friday night.
In any way you want to look at it, by any definition or statistic, the 2019 Glenwood High School football team had one of the best seasons in the program’s history.
The Glenwood High School boys swimming and diving season is underway, with sophomore Will Turk breaking the school record in the 100 yard breaststroke at last Saturday’s Macomb Invite.
The Chatham Village Board held both a regular meeting and committee of the whole affair Tuesday night at Municipal Hall, with all trustees except Matt Mau in attendance.
The hype proved to be real, and as a result, the East St. Louis Flyers ended the Glenwood Titans’ dream football season on a very cold and gloomy day last Saturday in the shadow of the Gateway Arch.
Big plays and another tremendous all-around effort from senior Luke Lehnen helped propel the Glenwood Titans past New Lenox Providence 40-16 last Saturday in a Class 6A football playoff quarterfinal.
For quite a while last Saturday afternoon, it seemed like the Glenwood Titans were playing against several different opponents in their second round Class 6A football playoff matchup with Lemont.
The Glenwood High School girls volleyball team stretched heavily favored Rochester to the limit in last week’s Class 3A Jacksonville Regional championship match.
On a cold and blustery Saturday afternoon before a rather sparse crowd, the Glen-wood Titans football juggernaut remained undefeated by taking down Danville 56-20 in a first round Class 6A playoff game at GHS.
The Glenwood High School boys soccer team had outscored its three postseason opponents 16-0 before Friday’s Class 2A Bethalto Sectional championship game against Triad, with the contest being played on the turf field at Collinsville High School.