Week 5 of high school football is here! DP, Jay-Philly and JT made their picks for this weeks slate which includes Leonard Bowl 9, Athens at Auburn and Plains at Maroa.
It came down to the final five minutes in the second overtime period, but a good bounce for Glenwood ended it. The Titans scored with four and change left in the second overtime
Eisenhower took advantage of a slow start by the Titans and scored early to lead 8-0. Luke Lehnen and the Glenwood ground attack would take back control of the game as the Titans
DP, Jay-Philly and JT make their picks for week 4 of high school football. They break down Rochester vs MacArthur, Auburn vs Plains and the tie breaker this week, Williamsville vs Maroa. Make sure
Can you believe we’re already a third of the way through the football season? DP, Jay Philly and JT jump in the Green Machine to recap what they’ve seen so far as they
Glenwood and QND entered halftime with neither team able to find the back of the net. After another half of play, the two teams were tied again, but the score wrapped up at
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The Glenwood defense delivered again and so did Luke Lehnen. Springfield High’s only score came on a kickoff return from Cam Jones, while Lehnen’s four rushing touchdowns were the scoring for the Titans.
DP, Jay-Philly, and JT make their picks for all of this weeks matchups including Glenwood at Springfield and Auburn at Williamsville. Hopefully they do better this week then last. Get your picks in if
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Glenwood traveled to Williamsville to face the Bullets in a non conference matchup. The Glenwood offense was rolling early as goals from Connor Dees and Caleb Steber helped the Titans get the lead.
Glenwood shocked the state last week as they beat SHG for the first time since 2001. On the other side of town, Springfield captured a thrilling 45-39 over Southeast in overtime. Springfield comes
We weren’t really sure what to expect at Glenwood on Tuesday with a new-look Titans squad facing a new-look Senators squad. The answer: Springfield High looked really, really good. The Senators cruised to
Springfield High found themselves down 19-14 in the first set. They would come back and win 29-27 and use that momentum to sweep Glenwood in two sets 29-27, 25-15. Abby Ratsch, Anna Lamsargis,
Go inside the huddle with Glenwood for the postgame speech from head coach David Hay after the Titans beat SHG 27-23 in Week Two at Ken Leonard Field. People-Tag: David Hay, Leonard Field