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Ram Swimmers Help Titan/Rams Win Relay Meet

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Glenwood and Lewis Central team up for swimming and on Saturday the Titan/Rams won. Glenwood had swimmers in six relay events and the results are below. Way to go Glenwood!

 

Varsity Relays at Sioux City North

200 Medley

4th Place with a time of 2:39.94 (Breanna Epperson and Vivian Payne)

800 Freestyle Relay

1st Place with a time of 8:49.27 (Isabella Milone)

400 Freestyle Relay

Three Rams Earn Spots on Trojan All-Tournament Volleyball Team

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This weekend the Rams traveled to Atlantic, Iowa for the Trojan Varsity Volleyball Tournament. Glenwood went 3-2 on the day while Brielle Smith, Cameron Rounds and Elle Scarborough made the All-Tournament Team. St. Albert won the tournament after going 5-0 on the day. The second place team (Treynor) finished 4-1. Round one went to Glenwood as they swept Winterset 2-0. The game scores were 21-19 and 21-15. Glenwood had sixteen kills and served seven aces against Winterset. Brielle Smith served four aces to lead the team.

Defense Holds Strong as Rams Claw Back to edge Tigers

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     The Glenwood Rams (3-0, 1-0) have revived the classic 1980 Cleveland Browns’ nickname “The Kardiac Kids” for the time being. After a come-from-behind win last week over Thomas Jefferson, Glenwood found themselves in the same position last night against the Carroll Tigers (1-2, 0-1). The Rams stormed back from 12 down with just eight minutes remaining, scoring 13 unanswered to close out the game, stealing a 13-12 road victory.

Class 3A District 7 Rundown: Week Three

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    Now that we have had a “warm up” in the 2017 season, it’s time to get down to business. Non-district play is finally over, and there are some intriguing match ups on the slate for the opening week of district play. Since the Glenwood-Carroll game is seemingly highly anticipated, the full preview and predictions for that game can be found here. On another note, here is what other action we will see around District 7 this week:

 

Rams Prepare for District Battle with Carroll

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     The 2-0 Glenwood Rams will travel up to Carroll to take on the 1-1 Tigers in a week three district opener on Friday night. If there is one team the Rams are familiar with at this point, it’s the Carroll Tigers. In fact, in his postgame interview following Glenwood’s comeback win over Thomas Jefferson last week, senior quarterback Andrew Blum pointed out the familiarity these two teams have with each other when asked about their week three matchup.

     “We’ve seen a lot of Carroll these last couple years, that’s for sure.” said Blum.

Rams Fall Short in Fifth Set at Red Oak

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The Red Oak Tigers defeated Glenwood last night 3-2. A great match-up in the Hawkeye Ten went right down to the wire with the Tigers winning 15-12 in the fifth set. Red Oak and Glenwood are both 1-1 in the conference after Tuesday night. Glenwood has an overall record of 6-5 on the season and will have a week off before their home opener next week. The Rams will face Shenandoah on Tuesday.

 

Varsity Scores at Red Oak

Red Oak 3 Glenwood 2

Blum Leads Comeback as Rams Defeat Jackets in Thriller

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    The Glenwood Rams walked away from Gale Wickersham Stadium tattered, worn out, but victorious nonetheless. After a shaky start, and a 14-0 deficit at halftime, the Rams decided they had had enough of the Thomas Jefferson Yellow Jackets. With the help of a few Jacket miscues, the Rams hung 24 unanswered points in the second half and avoided the upset with a 24-14 victory over TJ to remain undefeated on the season.

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