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Glenwood High School freshman Katelyn Lehnen capped off the indoor track season in dramatic style last Saturday, winning the Class 3A 60-meter dash title at the Illinois Top Times Indoor Track and Field Championships at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington.

They came in as huge underdogs and many observers expected a blowout or running clock, but the Glenwood Titans varsity boys basketball team gave East St. Louis quite a fight last Friday in the Class 3A Highland Sectional championship game.

One week after younger brother Drew won his state championship, Glenwood High School senior Maya Davis claimed her own state title at the inaugural IHSA Girls Wrestling Individual State Finals last Saturday at Grossinger Motors Arena in Bloomington.

Glenwood High School sophomore Drew Davis became the first IHSA state champion in school history last Saturday night, claiming a 5-2 decision in the Class 2A championship at 106 pounds at the State Farm Center in Champaign.

Senior Eli Curtis sank a running 3-point shot from the deep wing at the buzzer to set off a wild celebration as the Glenwood High varsity boys took down Southeast 44-41 last Friday night at GHS.

The Glenwood High School varsity girls basketball team sank eight 3-point field goals and pulled away in the second half to defeat Normal U-High 48-35 last Friday night at GHS.

Senior Eli Curtis scored a total of 36 points in back-to-back Friday/Saturday games as the Glenwood High School boys basketball team improved to 6-2 overall and 3-1 in the CS8 with wins over Normal U-High and Highland.

It wasn’t the day everyone associated with the Glenwood High School girls cross country team had hoped for, but in the end, the Titans ended up with a seventh place finish as a team at the IHSA Class 2A state meet last Saturday at Detweiller Park.

Simmi Mander and Amber Ehrlich took down the top-seeded doubles team from Normal U-High to highlight the Glenwood High School girls tennis team’s victory at last weekend’s Central State Eight Conference Tournament at Washington Park.

The big play ability of the Glenwood High School football team was on display last Friday night, and the Titans were able to get to a running clock late in the third quarter of a 48-14 victory over Southeast on Homecoming.

As the high school cross country season transitions to conference meets and the postseason in the coming weekends, the Glenwood High School girls are making their move as they try to match lofty preseason expectations.

The Glenwood Middle School girls softball team finally broke through for two runs in the bottom of the fifth, and Irie Lohrenz struck out six and scattered three hits in finishing off a 4-0 victory over Frankfort Hickory Creek to give the Titans their second straight IESA state championship …

With the clock ticking toward just 90 seconds left to play in regulation, and facing a 4th-and-5 situation at midfield in a tie game last Friday in Jacksonville, the Glenwood Titans coaching staff, specifically head coach David Hay, faced a huge decision.

The Glenwood Titans didn’t waste any time in taking control of last Friday’s football game at Decatur Eisenhower, and the proceedings were over in less than two hours with a running clock and 42-6 victory.

The Glenwood High School varsity girls cross country team, fresh off a ShaZam Racing/MileSplit Illinois Division II state championship in 2020, starts off the fall 2021 campaign as the top-ranked team in Class 2A by MileSplit.

Glenwood High School junior Maya Davis came in as the top seed and favorite, and she took care of business in winning the state championship at 120 pounds at the IWCOA High School Girls State Open Championships Monday at the Bank of Springfield Center.

The Glenwood High School wrestling team has qualified seven wrestlers to this Friday’s IWCOA Class 2A State Open Championships, to be held at the Bank of Springfield Center.

Sophomore Ali Matthews scored two goals less than three minutes apart midway through the second half to help the Glenwood High School girls soccer team finish off rival Rochester 4-0 to claim a Class 2A sectional championship last Friday evening at GHS.

The Glenwood High School boys track and field team waded into the deep waters of the Class 3A postseason last week, and the Titans more than held their own.

Terin Teeter was nearly unhittable, and even with the wind blowing out, a pitching duel was expected and came to fruition Tuesday evening as the Glenwood High softball girls hosted Urbana in a Class 3A sectional semifinal contest.

There wasn’t much doubt that the Glenwood High School boys track and field team was going to win last week’s Central State Eight Conference meet at Memorial Stadium, the only questions were how big the margin would be and who would finish second.