Rams Start Off 2018 with Two Wins

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Glenwood basketball was back in action last night as the Rams hosted the Cardinals of Clarinda. The girls welcomed back Freshman Elle Scarborough from injury and the Freshman dropped twenty-one points. Behind Scarborough's twenty-one and Nikki Schuppan’s twenty points the Rams defeated the Cardinals 82-36. Glenwood came out on fire and scored twenty-five first quarter points to jump out to an fourteen point lead. The offense ran on all cylinders last night and the Rams would follow up with 24, 23 and 10 point quarters to get the win over Clarinda.


Girls Scores 1/2/18

Glenwood 82 Clarinda 36

Kuemper 75 St. Albert 56

Harlan 48 Atlantic 29


Updated Girls Standings

Lewis Central 6-0 conference 9-0 overall

Red Oak 4-1 conference 5-1 overall

Kuemper 3-1 conference 7-2 overall

Denison 2-1 conference 6-2 overall

Harlan 3-2 conference 3-4 overall

Shenandoah 2-2 conference 7-3 overall

St. Albert 2-2 conference 5-4 overall

Glenwood 3-3 conference 3-6 overall

Creston 0-4 conference 3-6 overall

Clarinda 0-5 conference 2-7 overall

Atlantic 0-4 conference 1-9 overall


The long break didn’t cool off the Glenwood Boys team. Glenwood picked up their eighth straight win by defeating Clarinda 79-23 at home. Ryan Blum lead all scorers for Glenwood with fifteen points. Christian Stanislav gave the crowd two highlight dunks to bring in the new year along with his thirteen points. Next up for the 8-0 Rams will be the 6-2 Carroll Kuemper Knights who are coming off a tough loss against St. Albert.


Boys Scores 1/2/18

Glenwood 79 Clarinda 23

St. Albert 74 Kuemper 72

Atlantic 66 Harlan 52


Updated Boys Standings

Glenwood 3-0 conference 8-0 overall

Denison 1-0 conference 3-4 overall

Kuemper 3-1 conference 6-2 overall

St. Albert 3-1 conference 5-3 overall

Atlantic 3-1 conference 5-4 overall

Harlan 2-1 conference 6-1 overall

Lewis Central 3-3 conference 3-5 overall

Shenandoah 1-3 conference 1-8 overall

Red Oak 0-2 conference 1-6 overall

Clarinda 0-3 conference 3-5 overall

Creston 0-4 conference 2-6 overall