• Rams Try to Learn From Rocky Start, Look Ahead to Denison
  • Lady Rams Build Momentum, Go Undefeated on the Week
  • Stanislav, Rams Open Up Season With Dominating Victories
  • Wrestling Preview: Rams Reloading Lineup With Fresh Faces, Experienced Grapplers
  • Boys Basketball Preview: Talented Rams Look to Defend Titles in Upcoming Season

Rams Try to Learn From Rocky Start, Look Ahead to Denison

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  Saying Glenwood’s start to the season has been a rollercoaster is an understatement. The Rams currently hold a 3-2 record with wins over Thomas Jefferson (74-52), Creston (73-51) and Saint Albert (61-43), and losses on the road against Lewis Central (59-75) and Atlantic (74-85). Glenwood’s up-and-down season has come with its triumphs as well as its perils, as the Rams have shown flashes of greatness amidst struggles.

Lady Rams Fall Short of Upset at LC, Dominate St. Albert

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Glenwood girls basketball fell just short of pulling off a major upset in Hawkeye Ten Tuesday Night. The Lady Rams had Lewis Central on the ropes through the whole game, but in the end the Titans snuck out a 53-47 victory. Glenwood led through the entire first half, but Lewis Central found their rhythm in the third quarter, taking their first lead. The Titans never wavered, despite Glenwood's ability to keep it close down to the final whistle. The Lady Rams were led by Brielle Smith, who went 5-8 from the field and a perfect 3-3 at the free throw line.

Rams Fall at Lewis Central, Bounce Back with Win Over Saint Albert

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The Glenwood boys basketball team suffered its first loss last Tuesday at Lewis Central with a final score of 75-59. The red hot Titans jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter and never looked back, keeping the Rams outside a 15-point margin through the final three quarters. After trailing 66-38 at the end of the third quarter, Glenwood made a late push to cut the defeicit nearly in half, but still could not muster enough late game magic to worry the Titans. Senior Christian Stanislav continued his early-season tear, dropping 26 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the loss.

Lady Rams Build Momentum, Go Undefeated on the Week

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    Glenwood girls basketball continued its season with two more games this past week. Tuesday night, the Lady Rams trailed Abraham Lincoln headed into halftime, but dominated the third quarter en route to their first victory of the year, with a final score of 64-55. Sophomore Elle Scarborough had a fantastic night, dropping 24 points and grabbing 11 rebounds for her first double-double of the season. Senior Brooklyn Taylor also posted double digits, finishing with 10 points and four assists on the night.

Stanislav, Rams Open Up Season With Dominating Victories

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    The Glenwood Boys’ Basketball team tipped off its season this week and picked up right where they left off back in March. The Rams notched two dominating victories to open up the 2018-19 campaign 2-0. Tuesday night, Glenwood picked up a 74-52 win over Thomas Jefferson on the road. After a slow start and a competitive first half, the Rams sorted things out and jumped out to a big lead late in the third quarter to seal the game. They were led by senior Christian Stanislav and sophomore Ryan Blum, who scored 31 and 28 on the night, respectively.

Wrestling Preview: Rams Reloading Lineup With Fresh Faces, Experienced Grapplers

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  The Glenwood Wrestling may be epitomizing the term “new faces” this year, after graduating eight varsity starters, including six state qualifiers, four state place-winners and one state champion. For most teams, graduating a class with an abundance of talent to that degree would warrant a rebuilding season in the following year; not in the eyes of the Glenwood Rams.

Boys Basketball Preview: Talented Rams Look to Defend Titles in Upcoming Season

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  It has been 262 days since the Glenwood Boys Basketball team first hoisted the Class 3A State Championship trophy. Fresh off a magical year where they won their final 11 games en route to a state title, Glenwood looks to continue its success headed into the 2018-19 season.

  In spite of the storybook ending, the Rams did not spend their entire summer polishing their rings, according to head coach Curt Schulte.

Underclassmen Shine but Lady Rams Fall in Season Opener

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The Glenwood Girls Basketball team dropped their season opener last Tuesday against Thomas Jefferson. The Lady Rams shot just 38% from the field en route to a 48-64 loss to the Yellow Jackets at home. Despite the loss, the underclassmen shined for Glenwood on opening night. Sophomore Elle Scarborough nearly posted a triple-double with 16 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, while freshman Madison Camden made 5 of 12 shots on the night, dropping a total of 13 points in her high school debut.

Glenwood/LC Boys Swimming 2018-19 Schedule

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The Glenwood/Lewis Central swim team has returned to practice and gearing up for another exciting season in the pool. Here is what the Titan boys have in store this year:

home = bold (Home Meets at Titan Hill Pool)

Thursday, Nov. 29 - @ CB Abraham Lincoln (Dual, 4:30PM)

Thursday, Dec. 6 - @ Lincoln Northeast (Dual, 5PM)

Tuesday, Dec. 11 - @ Ralston (Dual, 5PM)

Saturday, Dec. 15 - @ Elkhorn (Invitational, 10AM)

Tuesday, Dec. 18 - @ Papillion-La Vista (Dual, 5PM)

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