• Disappointing, but the right decision

    With cases of the coronavirus jumping from one reported case on March 13 to 12 Sunday night, the AISA’s decision to close athletic spring sports down until April 5 was one based on the general health of students, parents and school personnel. Glenwood headmaster Frankie Meacham was in the position of not only heading up

  • Gators sweep wood bat games

    Glenwood improved its season record to 12-3 as they won three out of the four games played the week of March 8-14, including two in the Autauga Academy wood bat tournament. Now the Gators baseball squad will have to sit and wait as AISA has suspended spring sports until April 6, when classes resume. “We

  • Gator teams undefeated

    Both the Glenwood boys and girls soccer teams just keep on winning although the Lady Gators came close as they tied Northside Methodist in their final game before the season was suspended by AISA. The boys’ team mercy ruled Autauga Academy on March 6 with no less than eight players scoring single goals and one

  • Lady Gators beat Macon East in opener

    Glenwood’s Lady Gators did what they had to do and shut down Macon East with a smothering first-half defense en route to a 51-29 victory Feb. 4 in the first round of the AISA state basketball championships. The Lady Gators (17-8) advanced to the AISA Elite 8 after Citizen deadline. “We kind of started without

  • Glenwood soccer: Goals are titles

    Glenwood soccer: Goals are titles

    Both Glenwood boys and girls soccer teams crank up the 2020 season on the road as they will battle Mount Paran in Georgia for each team’s first game on Feb. 8. The next contest for both squads will be an area game Feb. 18. versus Springwood. This season will be an important journey as both

  • Lady Gators: Humphries not angry

    Lady Gators: Humphries not angry

    See the gallery here. You would have thought that Glenwood ladies coach Julie Humphries might have been angry with her team after a 37-32 loss at the hands of Southland Academy in Americus on Jan. 4., but that was not the case.  Glenwood was behind 21-4 at intermission, probably the worst offensive half of the