AGWSR and Gladbrook-Reinbeck have been on a collision course all season. Since last season, actually. If the past is any indication, dating back to 11-player football and tussles on the basketball court, Friday night should be a war.
The regular season came to an end for the AGWSR Cougars. It wasn’t the ending they wanted on a season they didn’t want. But with one senior being honored on Senior Night, it served as another building block in what first-year head coach Jill Smith is building.
Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR Cadet junior Ellie Meyer broke the old course record at the Links Course in Webster City Tuesday. Unfortunately, Humboldt’s Bryce Gidel destroyed it. And with that, the future University of Iowa runner became the first girl to ever win four North Central Conference ind…
The AGWSR Cougars dropped three matches at the Don Bosco Tournament. They fell 2-0 to Hudson (21-18, 21-17), South Tama (21-13, 21-16) and Aplington-Parkersburg (25-18, 25-22).
AGWSR’s sixth-straight win means a seventh next week may very likely get them into the playoffs. Now at 6-1 on the season and 5-0 in 8-Player Dist. 8, thanks to a 64-18 home win Friday over Baxter, next week’s expected title game has been set at Gladbrook-Reinbeck.
It’s the little things that matter the longer a winning streak goes. AGWSR is on a five-game run after opening the season with a loss. The spurt includes a 4-0 start to the 8-Player Dist. 5 schedule.