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Ram Baseball and Softball Update

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Ram Baseball 13-9

 

Glenwood 6 Shenandoah 4

Pierce Harrington was awarded the wing after pitching three innings and only allowing one run off two hits. The Rams scored three runs in both the first and fifth innings. Sophomore Cade Van Ness went 3-4 from the plate and drove in two runs. Glenwood scored five of their runs off RBIs.

 

Hits - 7

Runs - 6

RBIs - 5

 

Glenwood 4 Thomas Jefferson 11

Slaughter Strikes Out 13 in Win Over Atlantic

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Last night Glenwood Senior AJ Slaughter recorded thirteen strikeouts in Glenwood’s 7-0 win at Atlantic. Slaughter gave up zero runs on three hits and three walks in six innings. The Rams scored their seven runs off seven RBIs. Dax Lappala went 2-4 at the plate while scoring two runs and recorded one RBI. Glenwood’s win is their fifth straight victory (Clear Lake, Red Oak, Red Oak, Clarinda and Atlantic). The Rams are now 12-7 on the season and will travel to Sioux City East Friday.

Glenwood Picked Up Two Road Wins at Red Oak

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Glenwood 5 Red Oak 0

Game one went to Cole Loeffelbein on the mound while Slaughter, Harrington and Holiday all pitched for the Rams. Loeffelbein went 2-2 from the plate as Glenwood scored all five runs in the eighth inning. Andrew Holiday and Loeffelbein both recorded two RBIs in game one.

 

Stats

Hits - 3

Runs - 5

RBIs - 4

 

 

Glenwood 19 Red Oak 6

Smith Homers Twice as Glenwood Sweeps the Tigers

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Sophomore Brielle Smith had the hot bat last night by hitting two home runs in the victories over Red Oak. Glenwood won the first game 12-6 and the second 6-3. Abi Schultz, Brielle Smith (2) and Sydney Biermann hit home runs for the Rams. Glenwood is now second in the Hawkeye Ten Conference with a record of 10-2 and 16-5 overall. Next up for the Rams will be Clarinda tonight in Glenwood.

 

Keep it up Glenwood, GO RAMS!!

 

 

Biermann Strikes Out Seven in Win Over Creston

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Glenwood defeated Creston 6-2 over the Creston Panthers last night. Sydney Biermann was great from the pitching circles by striking out seven Panthers in the win. Sophomore Brooklyn Taylor had a great game at the plate by driving in three runs and going 3-3 from the plate. The Rams are now 11-4 on the season and will play a doubleheader tomorrow against the 7-10 Harlan Cyclones.

 

Good luck ladies!

GO RAMS!

Wilwerding and Decker Earn Spots on All-Time Iowa High School Football Records

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Kolton Wilwerding was recently added to the Iowa High School All-Time Best Games List. Wilwerding was added on the list for Most Passing Touchdowns in Career (52) and Most Yards Passing in Career (3,860). Mavrick Decker was also added for Most TD Receptions in Career (27).

 

Below is a list of Glenwood Rams who have made the list.

 

Most Touchdown Passes, Game

6 Kolten Wilwerding vs. Denison Oct 2015

Bishop Heelan and L.C. Give Rams Two Losses

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Sioux City Bishop Heelan 14 Glenwood 0

Glenwood was defeated 14-0 last Wednesday against S.C. Bishop Heelan. Andrew Clay of Heelan pitched all five innings against the Rams. Clay gave up zero runs against the Rams on three hits. Sophomore Ethan Fisher and Senior AJ Slaughter each recorded a hit for the Rams. Sophomore Colton Schutte was given the loss for the Rams. Schutte pitched 3 ⅔ innings giving up seven runs on six hits.

 

 

Ram Softball Recaps vs. L.C. and T.J.

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Lewis Central 2 Glenwood 1

 

Last Thursday the Titans of Lewis Central defeated Glenwood 2-1. All three runs were scored in the third inning (Two for LC and One for Glenwood). Sydney Biermann pitched all seven innings for the Rams. Biermann gave up two runs on four hits and recorded three strikeouts on the night. Senior Sara Ingoldsby and Junior Arianna Springer recorded the two hits for Glenwood while Junior Maddie Liddell scored the only run.

 

 

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