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The Chatham Glenwood High School varsity girls return several key players from last season, including senior forward Kate Matthews.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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.

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.

Down 18-10 in the third and deciding set, the Glenwood High School girls volleyball team summoned an incredible comeback and rallied to claim a 26-24 win to defeat Jackson-ville Tuesday night in a Class 3A Jacksonville Regional semifinal match.

With sophomore Nia Gibson setting the pace, the Glenwood High School girls and boys cross country teams took home team titles at last Saturday’s Central State Eight Conference Meet at Jacksonville Community Park.

The Glenwood High School varsity boys and girls cross country teams competed at the Peoria Invite at Detweiller Park last Saturday, while the JV teams were in action at the Dan Moy Jacksonville Invite.

The message was delivered loud and clear by the coaching staff last week, and the Glenwood Titans responded with a fully dominant performance in taking down Decatur MacArthur 48-0 last Friday at GHS.

After defeating Stanford Olympia 3-2 in dramatic, walk-off fashion just a couple hours earlier, the Glenwood Middle School girls softball team had to regroup and focus on the IESA Class AA state championship game against undefeated Manteno last Saturday at Champion Fields in Normal.

Jack Bima and two relievers combined to hold A-C Central (co-op) to one run, and the Glenwood Middle School boys baseball team posted a 6-1 victory to claim the IESA Class 3A Chatham Regional title Monday evening at GIS.

Cam Patterson’s line drive triple to deep center in the bottom of the ninth scored Grace Ballard and gave the Glenwood Middle School girls softball team a dramatic 7-6, walk-off victory over Pleasant Plains Monday night in the IESA Class AA Chatham Regional title game.

The Glenwood Titans’ football machine was cranking on all cylinders last Friday night, with GHS improving to 3-0 after overwhelming Springfield High 49-20.