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Middle School Cross Country Results

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7th Grade

The Rams scored a fifty-nine team points at State. Mt. Vernon Lisbon, North Polk and Carlisle finished ahead of the Rams. Jack McMullen was Glenwood’s highest finisher. McMullen finished 11th in the State.


Placings for 7th Grade

11th Jack McMullen

13th Dillon Anderson

17th Jackson Griffin

18th Aaron McPherson

28th Jake shannon


8th Grade

Titans/Rams Win Melissa Fender Memorial

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Saturday the Lewis Central swim team won their Melissa Fender Memorial. The meet is in memory of Glenwood Ram graduate Melissa Fender.


Below are the swimming results by Ram Swimmers


JV Results

200 Medley Relay

5th Place 2:16.93 (Allee Rounds & Isabella Milone)

2:34.86 (Bre Epperson)

50 Freestyle

:34.02 (Bre Epperson)

100 Freestyle

Rams Roll Over Huskies, Secure Playoff Bid

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    The Glenwood Rams (7-1, 5-1) are officially headed back to the postseason. A 28-0 blowout of the Winterset Huskies (5-3, 4-2) Friday night secured a runner-up spot in District 7 and punched Glenwood’s ticket to the Class 3A State Playoffs for the third consecutive year under Head Coach Cory Faust.

    Coming off three straight 20+ point victories, Faust called Friday’s win his team’s best overall performance of the season in a game that seemed to be an even matchup on paper.

Historic Day for Glenwood Cross Country as Rams Win Both Boys and Girls Titles

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What a day to be a Ram Fan! Yesterday the girls and boys cross country teams went to Clarinda and raced in the Hawkeye Ten Championships. The Rams swept the competition winning both the boys and girls divisions. The girls won their first Hawkeye Ten Championship in thirty-two years while the boys won their second straight Hawkeye Ten Title!


Class 3A District 7 Rundown: Week Eight

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    I know, I know, all eyes are on the Rams tomorrow night. Which is why you can find the preview of that Glenwood-Winterset matchup here. But, for what it’s worth, there are some decent matchups elsewhere, including an interesting story development about the quarterback in Harlan So here is your week eight rundown for the rest of District 7:


Class 3A Showdown: Rams Host Huskies with Playoff Bid at Stake

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    There is always that one make or break, must win game for each high school football team throughout a season. Sometimes it comes early, sometimes toward the end of the year, but it’s almost inevitable. Well, for Glenwood (6-1, 4-1), that game is tomorrow night. The Rams will host Winterset (5-2, 4-1) with a playoff ticket on the line. Both teams are tied at second place in the District 7 standings behind Harlan (6-1, 5-0),  who likely clinched a district title with their 7-6 victory over Winterset last week.

Titans Sweep the Rams

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Behind a great front line the Titans defeated the Rams 3-0 last night in a Hawkeye Ten match-up. Lewis Central won 25-12, 25-17 and 25-19. The combination of Megan Witte and Katherine Poore were dominant throughout the match for the Titans. Poore is committed to Bradley and Witte who is just a sophomore were awarded the player of the games.


Game of the Week Should Be in Glenwood for Friday Night Lights

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What’s on the line Friday night? A district runner-up and a ticket to the Class 3-A postseason (as long as either team wins out). As of now Harlan is 5-0 in District 7 with two games remaining. Both Glenwood and Winterset are sitting at 4-1 in District 7. Luckily this match-up is happening on Friday night. The 6-1 Glenwood Rams are hosting the 5-2 Winterset Huskies in what should be a defensive battle.


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