Mower Finds Success as Wrestling Team Struggles

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The Glenwood wrestling team is still settling into the new season as they are struggling to find wins both individually and as a team. The Rams picked up one win but suffered two losses in their home dual last week. Glenwood defeated Treynor by a score of 56-22, but lost to both Underwood and Creston by double-digit margins. Glenwood sits in the middle of the pack in the Hawkeye Ten, currently tied for 6th place with Creston and Kuemper.

As for individual wrestlers, Brett Mower has made quite the impression on the state of Iowa over the first couple weeks of the season. Mower was a finalist in the 182-pound class at the Council Bluffs Classic, a two-day tournament consisting of 40 teams and considered to be one of the toughest in the nation. Following up his impressive performance in Council Bluffs, Mower was crowned champion of the Red Owens Holiday Classic at Southeast Polk this past weekend. The senior is currently 24-1 and is ranked third at 182 pounds in Class 3A (via The Predicament).

The Rams will take on Plattsmouth tomorrow at home for senior night.