• Photo by Ram XC Twitter
    Mason Parks and the Rams Win Creston Invitational
  • Rams Sweep the Monarchs
  • Picture from Coach Ohm
    Coach Ohm's Recap On The Match vs. Red Oak
  • Remaining Schedule Gives Glenwood Opportunity to Show Growth
  • Glenwood Comeback Falls Short, Cyclones Win Heavyweight Bout

Mason Parks and the Rams Win Creston Invitational

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Glenwood’s Mason Parks won the Creston Invitational last night with a time of 17:49.9 to edge out Jalen Petersen of Atlantic who finished with a time of 17:57.5. Glenwood won the overall team score with forty-five points and averaged 18:29.6 as a team. Pason Covington also ran well for the Rams finishing third with a time of 18:04.9.

Rams Sweep the Monarchs

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Despite having a slow start, the Rams swept Denison 3-0. Glenwood was down 24-23 in the first set but came back to win 26-24. A handful of unforced errors by both teams kept the first set close. The second set was all Glenwood as they defeated Denison by 12 points to win 25-13. In the third set Glenwood won 25-19 despite leading 13-2 early on in the set.

Coach Ohm's Recap On The Match vs. Red Oak

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The 7th grade VB team hosted Red Oak last night for their season opener.

The A team dominated the Tigers 25-12, 25-7, and 15-1.  87% serving from the entire team made the difference.  Delaney H. really stood out on the service line.  Out of her 33 serves, 22 of them were aces.  Taylor B. and Jenna H. both finished with 3 hits.  

The B team lost (11-25, 18-25, & 8-15) but showed improvements as the night went on.

Glenwood Comeback Falls Short, Cyclones Win Heavyweight Bout

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     The Glenwood Rams (3-1, 1-1) are no strangers to being down late in the game. “The Kardiac Kids” almost did it again, but in the end, the Harlan Cyclones (3-1, 2-0) walked away from Ram Memorial Field with a 17-14 victory.

     It was a defensive battle, a coaching chess match and a dog fight until the final whistle. Glenwood Head Coach Cory Faust was impressed with his team’s effort, even if it was a losing one.

     “I thought it was a good effort,” he said. “I mean, Harlan’s got a good team, so I don’t doubt our guys’ effort at all.”

Class 3A District 7 Rundown: Week Four

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    Week three of high school football was full of surprises in District 7. A blowout win for Harlan over Creston, and two games decided by less than four points made for an exciting opening week of district play. The Glenwood-Harlan game is obviously our game of the week selection, and the full preview of that matchup can be found here. But while all you Ram fans perform your gameday-eve rituals (whatever those may be) in preparation for tomorrow night’s battle here in Glenwood, let’s take a look at the rest of the action around the district:

 

Ram Volleyball Wins Home Opener Over Shenandoah

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In front of their home crowd for the first time this season the Rams did not disappoint. Despite dropping the first set to the Shenandoah Fillies, the Rams would win three straight sets to defeat Shenandoah 3-1. “It was an earned win, we started off slow just like this weekend. We had a lot of nervous energy coming into this first game.” said Coach Harvey on playing in their first home match. The crowd was loud and active throughout the exciting Hawkeye Ten match-up as the Rams were excited to finally have a home match.

 

Middle School Girls XC Placed 4th at Red Oak

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Yesterday the middle school girls cross country team traveled to Red Oak for their meet. The Rams finished 4th overall with a team score of 91 points. Glenwood averaged 15:25.00 as a team. Congratulations girls! Riley Wiese, Ryley Nebel, Emerson Griffin and Kaitlyn Carnes all finished in the top twenty five.

 

Middle School Team Results

1st Clarinda

2nd Harlan

3rd Lewis Central

4th Glenwood

5th Atlantic

Five Rams Finish Top 15 as Glenwood Girls Take LC Invite

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The Rams dominated the course on Saturday as Glenwood won the Lewis Central Cross Country Invite. Glenwood finished first with 50 team points. Harlan finished second with 68 and Janette Schraft of East Mills won the individual race. Five girls finished in the top fifteen for the Rams. Aubrey McIntyre lead the way finishing 9th individually. Lackey Jackson (10th), Kate Kaufman (11th), Katelyn Malcom (12th) and Abi Schultz (13th) all finished behind Aubrey in numerical order. Lauren Becker finished 24th for the Rams.

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