Tonight Glenwood takes on Creston in both girls and boys basketball. Below is a preview heading into tonight's match ups.
Glenwood vs. Creston Boys Basketball
On December 2nd Glenwood defeated Creston 64-44 in Glenwood. Junior Andrew Blum was the leading scorer with 21 points shooting 13-21 from the floor. Nate Mohr was the second leading scorer with 17. Glenwood's offense was great sharing the ball that night with 12 assists but only made six three pointers. Kylan Smallwood was the leading scorer that night for the Panthers with 11 while Brenden McDowell and Cody Crawford had 8 and 7. The Panthers had a off night shooting from three only making 4-18. Look for Creston to shoot better at home tonight in their own gym. Creston is now 9-7 on the year. The Panthers are red hot and are putting a five game win streak on the line tonight. Sophomore Kylan Smallwood is their leading scorer with 17.1 points per game and shooting 47.4% from the court. Smallwood is also their leading rebounder with 110 and has recorded a team high 40 steals. Iowa State football recruit Trevor Downing is second on the team with 97 rebounds. Downing 6'5" and Tucker Flynn 6'8" are two post players that could cause Glenwood some trouble down low. Creston has always been a tough place to play and the Rams will need to bring their A game tonight. Glenwood is coming off their tough overtime loss against Skutt and will look to bounce back tonight.
Good luck boys, GO RAMS!
Glenwood vs. Creston Girls Basketball
Glenwood lost at Creston 46-55 back on December 2nd. This group of girls have come a long ways since December and will look to get the win tonight at home. Creston is now 6-11 on the season and have lost two in a row against Essex and Shenandoah. Nikki Schuppan was the leading scorer back on December 2nd with 15 points. Shuppan was 3-7 from three point range and recorded two steals. Brooklyn Taylor was the second leading scorer for the Rams with 9 points that night. Taylor shot well from the floor going 4-5. Senior Cammy Rutherford had a great game against the Rams to help her Panthers get the win. Rutherford scored 19 on 8-14 shooting. Brielle Baker, Lexie Little and Breanna Wallace all scored in double figures as well in the 55-46 win over Glenwood. Baker now leads the Panthers in scoring with 14.3 points per game. Rutherford is second in scoring with 12.1 and first in rebounding with 123. Tonight's game is a non-conference game but the Rams will look to show their improvement and take down the Panthers.
Good luck girls, GO RAMS!