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  • Glenwood Girls Tennis Proves They Are The Team To Beat In SW Iowa, Boys Tennis Defeats the Mustangs For Sixth Shutout In A Row
  • Ram Golf Shoots Low in Win Over the Mustangs
  • #1 Ranked Ram Golfers Pick Up Wins Over Nebraska City, Plattsmouth and Lewis Central, Finished 3rd at Denison Tournament

Rams Split with Shenandoah

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The Shenandoah Fillies defeated the Lady Rams 53-25 last night. I was impressed by Shenandoah's performance. Their offensive ball movement was great and Logan Ehlers took over the game. Ehlers, the Fillies Senior scored 22 points, 13 rebounds, 5 steals, and 8 blocks. Look for Ehlers to make First Team All Conference.

 

Regional Dual Team Preview

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Tomorrow Glenwood Wrestling will travel to Indianola, Iowa for the Regional Team Duals. #11 Glenwood will take on #22 Newton in the semi-final match. The winner of the semi-final match will then face #7 Indianola later that night. The winning school of the finals match will punch their ticket to the State Dual Team Tournament. The State Dual Team Tournament will be on Wednesday, February 15th at the Wells Fargo Arena.

Shenandoah vs. Glenwood Double Header Preview

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Tonight the Mustangs and Fillies come to town for a double header. The girls varsity game will start at six tonight. Below are some quick facts about Glenwood's opponents tonight.

 

Shenandoah Fillies

Overall Record 18-2

Lost at Lewis Central 53-60 and at Red Oak 48-55

2nd in conference in points with 1,260

1st in three points made with 140

1st in blocks with 115

Wrestling Information For Regional Duals and District Wrestling

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2017 Regional Dual Team Informaiton

Wednesday, February 8th at Indianola

Semi-Final Round

#11 Glenwood vs. #22 Newton

Final Round

#7 Indianola vs. winner of the semi-final round

*Winner of the Indianola vs. (Glenwood vs Newton winner) goes on to qualify for the state dual team tournament in Des Moines at the Wells Fargo Arena

 

2017 Class 3A District Wrestling

Saturday, February 11th in Glenwood

Class 3A District 4

Glenwood

Denison

A Preview of SubState #8 Basketball Seeds

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A look into Ram Basketball Substate #8. This year the coaches in Substate #8 ranked the teams 1-8 for the seeds. I looked into every team's schedules and came up with Glenwood sports.com’s Substate #8 seeds.

 

ADM 10-7

Head to Head record with Substate #8 Teams

Loss 12/9 at Winterset 62-70

Win 12/20 vs. Carroll 74-60

Win 1/24 vs. Winterset 63-62

Loss 1/31 at Carroll 81-78

Atlantic 12-5

Head to Head record with Substate #8 Teams

Win 11/29 at Winterset 83-59

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

 

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