• Anderson and Sanders Advanced to the Semifinals, Sherry and Bales Still Going in Consolations
  • Six Glenwood Wrestlers Advanced to Friday
  • Anderson, Sherry, Bales and Sanders All Advanced to the Quarterfinals
  • Confident Rams Defeat Cyclones in 4A Regional
  • Glenwood vs. Harlan Girls Basketball Preview

Parks and Jones Swim Their Way to State

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Mason Parks Reaction After Qualifying

Congratulations to Glenwood Senior Seth Jones and Sophomore Mason Parks on qualifying for the 2017 Iowa High School State Swim Meet! Jones who will swim at the University of South Dakota next year qualified for the 200 Free, 500 Free and 400 Free Relay. Parks qualified for the 100 Free and the 400 Free Relay.

 

400 Free Relay Team

Parks, Higgins, Jones, and Penney with a time of 3:19.85 - Seeded 19th at the state tournament

500 Freestyle

Huge Second Half Lifts Glenwood over Harlan by 14

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Harlan took a 35-30 lead over Glenwood heading into halftime. The second half was all Glenwood as the Rams defeated the Cyclones 74-60 at home. Junior Andrew Blum led the charge for Glenwood dropping 29 points on the Cyclones. Christian Stanislav and Nate Mohr scored 17 and 15 in the Glenwood win. Glenwood scored 21 and 23 in the final two quarters to take control in the second half victory. Glenwood's great defense showed up in the second half allowing only 25 points to the Cyclones.

Rams Win By 22 on the Road / Girls Fall in Close Game

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The Rams bounced back after their Friday loss by defeating Creston 68-46 on the road. After being down in the first quarter the Rams put together a 19-0 run on the Panthers. Glenwood never looked back after that and took down Creston for the second time this season. Andrew Blum had a great game for the Rams and led the team in scoring with 23 points. Next up for the Rams will be Harlan on Friday night in Glenwood.

Blum 23

Stanislav 16

Mohr 13

Kennedy 8

Buresh 4

Von Essen 2

Schutte 2

 

Girls Basketball Regional Pairings/ Boys SubState Regions

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This afternoon it was announced that Glenwood Girls Basketball will play Sergeant Bluff-Luton in Class 4A Region 1. The game will be played at Sergeant Bluff on Wednesday 2/15/17 at 7:00 pm. The winner of that game will advance to the second round and play Lewis Central in Council Bluffs on the 18th.

 

Glenwood Boys Basketball have been placed in the Class 3A SubState #8 region. The teams in that region are the following:

ADM

Atlantic

Carroll

Creston

Denison

Glenwood

Harlan

Winterset

Basketball Standings Heading into February

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Hawkeye Ten Boys Basketball Standings

Lewis Central 13-2, 9-0 conference

Carroll Kuemper 13-2, 7-1 conference

Atlantic 11-4, 6-2 conference

Glenwood 11-5, 6-3 conference

Harlan 9-6, 6-3 conference

Creston 9-7, 5-4 conference

St. Albert 6-9, 3-6 conference

Denison 5-10, 3-6 conference

Shenandoah 5-12, 1-6 conference

Clarinda 2-13, 1-7 conference

Red Oak 2-15, 0-9 conference

 

Glenwood remaining schedule

Glenwood Wrestling Takes Fourth at Hawkeye Ten Tournament

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Saturday the Rams traveled to Carroll Kuemper High School for the 2017 Hawkeye Ten Wrestling Tournament. Glenwood finished fourth with 190 points. Atlantic won the tournament with 235 in front of Creston's 212 and Red Oak's 190.5. Glenwood's Trevor Anderson and Jordan Renshaw both were crowned champions of their weight classes (145 and 152). AJ Slaughter, Anthony Sherry, Isaac Bales, Zach Haggstrom and Caleb Sanders all finished second place.

 

 

 

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Champ. Round 1 - Sam McIntyre (Glenwood) received a bye

Skyhawks Knock Off Rams in Double OT

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Friday night the Omaha Skutt Skyhawks defeated Glenwood in double overtime 82-74. Christian Stanislav was the leading scorer for Glenwood with 24 points. Stanislav started out hot in the first quarter scoring twelve of Glenwood's twenty two points. A big second quarter for Skutt (18 points) but them up on the Rams 36-32 at halftime. The entire second half both teams were hitting big shot after big shot. A late three pointer for the Skyhawks helped send the game into overtime at fifty seven all.

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