• 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 Goes Low at Home

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Senior Kobe Rhodes Teeing Off on Hole 9

Last night the Rams defeated the Cyclones at home by scoring 144 to Harlan's 159. Senior Kobe Rhodes shot a 32 while Freshman Ryan Leath shot a 35.

 

Coach Joyner's recap on the win vs. Harlan.

"The Glenwood Boy's Golf team played Harlan in a conference match on Tuesday in Glenwood. Glenwood was paced by Kobe Rhodes' 3 under 32 and Ryan Leath's even par 35 to best Harlan 144-159. Harlan was led by Kevin Campbell and Jay Swanson each golfing a 3 over 38."

Ram Track Top Events In Class 3A

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Wonder where Glenwood track times rank in this season's class 3A standings? I took a close look at quikstatsiowa.com to see where the Rams rank.

Boys Track

4x800 - Glenwood ranks 5th with a time of 8:28.95

4x110 Shuttle Hurdle Relay- Glenwood ranks third with a time of 1:00.52

4x400- Glenwood ranks 1st with a time of 3:24.54

400- Carter Von Essen 5th with a time of 51.31

Girls Track

100 Hurdles- Molly Dean ranks 2nd with a time of 15.67

400 Hurdles- Molly Dean ranks 1st with a time of 1:04.55

Spring Sports Conference Ranking Updates

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Boys Golf (Dual Wins)

Clarinda 5-0

Atlantic 3-0

Harlan 2-0

Red Oak 2-0

Glenwood 1-0

Denison-Schleswig 0-1

Kuemper 0-1

Shenandoah 0-1

St. Albert 0-1

Creston 0-2

Lewis Central 0-3

 

Girls Golf (Dual Wins)

Atlantic 3-0

Denison-Schleswig 2-0

Shenandoah 1-0

Clainda 2-1

Creston 2-1

Glenwood 1-1

Harlan 1-1

Red Oak 1-1

Kuemper 0-1

St. Albert 0-1

Lewis Central 0-3

 

Girls Soccer (Conference W/L)

St. Albert 2-0

Frazee was Key in Third Conference Win for Ram Soccer

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Ram soccer picked up their third conference win tonight vs. Atlantic. Atlantic scored first to put the Rams down 0-1 before Glenwood would come back and win 3-1. Goals by Ben Frazee (15th and 26th minutes) and Andy Staiert helped the Rams take the victory. Both Conrad Millar and Andy Staiert recorded assists in the game. Ben Frazee was awarded the player of the game.

Way to go boys, keep it up!

Red Oak's Doubles Help Defeat Girls Tennis

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This afternoon the girls tennis team played indoors due to the rain at Red Oak. The Tigers would give the Rams their first loss of the season 3-6. After singles, Glenwood and Red Oak were tied 3-3. In doubles play is where the Tigers would close up their victory winning all three matches. The Rams are now 4-1 on the season.

 

Singles

1. Abby Osterloh 4-8 Sarah Behrens

2. Sam Umberger 8-5 Bailey Bruce

3. Ellie Osterloh 8-5 Macy Baker

4. Ruby Crow 8-6 Jordyn Cornelison

5. Brooklyn Taylor 8-9 (4-7) Syd Streicher

Girls Soccer Wins in Shootout

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Tonight the girls faced Treynor in a tough match-up. The Rams won 1-0 over Treynor in a shootout. Glenwood had a 22 shots with 14 of them on goal. Ram goal keeper Rileigh Spahn had 13 saves on the night. 

Here is Coach Amy Benson's recap on the win!

"The game was back and forth the entire time.  When we were able to play our game of possession is when we were most successful.  Both teams had opportunities at goal.  Scoreless after 2 overtimes, we went into a shootout."

Girls Soccer Falls to Sioux City

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Glenwood girls soccer was defeated by Sioux City on Saturday. Rileigh Spahn had 26 saves on the aafternoon. 

Coach Benson's recap of the game-

"We played defense most of the first half trying to prevent #7 Elyse Huber from scoring since she is their leading goal scorer and a Division 1 recruit to UNL.  We played solid defense and were able to prevent her from scoring until 5 seconds left in the first half.  We got tired right at the end of the first half and that was all she needed to find an opening in our defense."

 

Molly Dean Earns Athlete of the Meet at Sioux City

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The girls track team traveled to Sioux City over the weekend for a track meet. Molly Dean was awarded the Athlete of the Meet. Molly finished first place in the 100m hurdles (broke school record) and the 400m hurdles. Molly's time in the 400m hurdles (broke school record) ranked best in the state this year out of all classes. She would also go on and help win the 4x200 and shuttle hurdle relay events. Miranda Ruth finished second place in the 100 hurdles. Linnaea Konfrst also had a great day in the field events. She would place second in the discus and 3rd in the shot put. 

Ram Track Runs Well at Sioux City

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Coach Starner's recap of the Sioux City Meet-"We made the award stand on 6 different occasions. (SHR- 2nd, 4×200-3rd, Von Essen- 400 LH- 3rd, Petersen- 400 LH- 5th, 4×100- 3rd and 4×400- 1st) The 4×400 was a new meet record."

Set 5 new season best on the day: 3200 M. Run- Covington & Ingels, 110 HH- Tye, 4×200.

" (I'm) Very pleased with the day's performances. Its not your typical meet that our kids are used to. Its an extremely long meet that wears on you mentally and physically. Being able to get on the medal stand is a good thing."

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