• Osterloh, Taylor and Stanley Advance to the State Tournament
  • State Track Results from Thursday
  • Rams Fall to Denison on the Road
  • Rams Shut Out Kuemper on Senior Night
  • Taylor Crowned Hawkeye Ten Champion

Ram Golf Remains Undefeated in Duals After Win over Shenandoah

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On Tuesday Ram Golf defeated Shenandoah 154 to 164. This gives Glenwood their seventh dual win of the season.  Glenwood Golf now has sixteen straight dual season wins. Ryan Leath and Colton Book were the medalist in Shenandoah. Both Leath and Book shot 37. The Rams also took scores from Zach Haggstrom (39) and Eli Bales (41). Glenwood is playing at a high level right now and they continue to post some of the best scores in the state. The Rams will be a tough out when postseason comes around!

Tri-Center 3 Glenwood 1 Boys Soccer

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Coach Lovato’s Recap

Score: 1-3

Goals:

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Saves: Von Essen-3

“Nick Embray scored in the 17th minute of the first half. Tri Center scored in the 35th to tie the game. The first half ended tied at 1’s. Tri Center scored in the 56th and 78th minutes in the second half. The game ended with Tri Center winning 3-1.” said Coach Lovato

Glenwood 8 Treynor 2

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Coach Benson’s recap on the girls soccer win over Treynor.

 

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Shots on Goal-19

 

Kendall Bardsley played first half in goal and was not scored on.  Hayllee Sell played second half in goal and was scored on twice.

 

Kendall Bardsley - 1 save

Hayllee Sell - 1 save

 

Goals:

7:42 Nikki Schuppan scored off of a cross from Katelyn Malcom, assist Katelyn Malcom

Rams Shut Out the Mustangs

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Glenwood Boys Tennis is now 7-0 this season after defeating Shenandoah 9-0. Alex Chekal, Sam Lauritsen and Adam Konfrst continued their undefeated streaks in singles. Senior Sam Lauritsen had an unbelievable comeback after being down 9-6, Sam rallied off five straight games to defeat Alex Goodell 11-9. Kris Mintle, Carter Benson and Josh Ruth won 10-4, 10-3, 10-3 at the four, five and six positions for Glenwood.
 

Battle of the Unbeatens

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Friday the girls tennis team swept Atlantic 9-0 to make their overall record now 6-0. Glenwood won sixty four out of the seventy two games played. The Rams look impressive heading into their biggest week of the season thus far.

 

Tomorrow (Tuesday April 25th) the Rams will host the undefeated Shenandoah Fillies. The Fillies have won every meet this season 9-0 or 8-1. Monday the Fillies host Southwest Valley. If Shenandoah defeats S.W.V. they will also have a 6-0 record on the line Tuesday against the Rams.

 

Kansas Relays Give Great Experience to Rams

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“The Kansas Relays were a good experience for the girls. There was great competition with the best athletes from several different states competing. No girls events placed in the top half of the field, but there was still plenty of positive throughout the weekend.” said Coach Faust

Some Key Results from the Kansas Relays

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Jaeda Wilson, Bailey Ostrander,  Arianna Springer and Devon Bomer (season best)  

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