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Baseball and Softball Peaking at the Right Time

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Ram baseball and softball are peaking are the right time.

The baseball team is now 11-6 in the conference (3rd) and 14-9 overall. The boys have won seven straight games and look to continue their streak tonight vs. Thomas Jefferson. Junior Cole Loeffelbein is batting .500 currently and is on a hot streak. He recently batted for the cycle (single, double, triple, and home run). Mavrick Decker and Kolton Wilwerding are not far behind as they are batting .466 and .419. Glenwood now has 219 hits with 596 at bats on the season. That gives them a team average of .367.

 

Rams Take Down the Trojans

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Tonight the baseball and softball teams took on the Trojans from Atlantic. The softball team played a double header and the baseball team played just won game. The Rams would win all three games against the Trojans.
The baseball team scored double digits and defeated Atlantic 10-2. The softball team won 7-0 and 7-3 against Atlantic. In game one both VanNess and Richter were great at the plate going 2-3! In the second game, Brielle Smith hit a home run that played a big role in Glenwood's comeback.

 

Great night Ram baseball and softball, keep it going! GO RAMS!

Rams Stay Hot and Sweep the Cardinals

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Last night the softball and baseball teams faced Hawkeye 10 opponent Clarinda. The baseball team only took five innings to defeat the Cardinals 14-2. Cole Loeffelbein was the player of the game by hitting for the cycle. Way to go Cole! The softball team also impressed by shutting out the Cardinals 12-0. Brielle Smith was the player of the game by hitting a three run home run. Way to go Brielle!

 

Keep it up Rams!

 

 

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Ram Baseball and Softball Sweep the Tigers

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Last night the softball and baseball teams hosted Red Oak. Both teams played a double header and Glenwood won all four games. The softball team won 6-0 and 15-5! Lyndie VanNess was the player of the game by hitting a three run homerun in the first game while pitching a complete game and picking up eight strikeouts on her way. The baseball team won 14-4 in the first game and won the second game 13-3 after five innings.

Way to go Rams! Keep it up and good luck tonight!

 

 

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Softball Stats and Recap of Season So Far

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The Glenwood Softball Team is having a good season so far with a record of 12-7. Let's take a look into the stat book on how the girls are doing so far!

 

Overall record 12-7 Conference 7-4

 

Batting AVG Leaders

0.444 Myranda Starner

0.441 Sara Ingoldsby

0.400 Sydney Bermann

0.369 Molly Dean 

0.333 Haley Palmer

0.317 Brooklyn Taylor

 

RBI Leaders

16 Lyndie Van Ness

15 Sara Ingoldsby

10 Erin Stanley

9 Myranda Starner

9 Brooklyn Taylor

8 Emma Ringsdorf

Baseball Stats and Recap of Season So Far

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Now that the baseball season is well underway I thought it would be fun to look into the stat book.

Overall record 7-9 Conference 4-6

Batting AVG Leaders

0.455 Cole Loeffelbein

0.429 Mavrick Decker

0.413 Kolton Wilwerding

0.367 Nate Nebel

0.348 AJ Slaughter

0.315 Talon Stromgren 

 

RBI Leaders

14 Cole Loeffelbein

11 Mavrick Decker

10 Talon Stromgren

8 Kolton Wilwerding

 

 

Pitching ERA (min 10 plus innings pictched)

AJ Slaughter 2.45

Cole Loeffelbein 3.57

Hawkeye Ten Baseball/Softball Standings

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Baseball Conference Standings (W/L in Conference Play)

Lewis Central 9-0

Harlan 10-2

Kuemper 8-5

Atlantic 6-4

St. Albert 6-4

Creston 6-6

Glenwood 4-6

Shenandoah 3-8

Clarinda 3-8

Red Oak 2-6

Denison 1-9

 

Softball H-10 Conference Standings (W-L in Conference Play)

Atlantic 9-1

Lewis Central 12-2

Creston 9-4

Glenwood 7-4

Kuemper 7-6

Harlan 4-6

Denison 4-6

Shenandoah 4-7

Red Oak 3-7

St. Albert 3-8

Clarinda 1-11

 

2016 Hawkeye 10 Spring Sport All Academic

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2016 Hawkeye 10 Spring Sport All Academic Team

Criteria: Senior letterwinners who have attained a cumulative 3.5 GPA during their high school career.

Track
Name School

Molly Dean Glenwood
Linnaea Konfrst Glenwood
Hunter Akers Glenwood

Gabby Mixan Glenwood
Aaron Bertini Glenwood

Miranda Ruth Glenwood
Caleb Joy Glenwood

Emma Ringsdorf Glenwood
Regan McFarlin Glenwood

Myranda Starner Glenwood
Kyle Murtfeld Glenwood

Carter Von Essen Glenwood
Chase Waller Glenwood

Golf

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