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Coach Ohm's Recap vs. Fremont Mills

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Fremont Mills came to Glenwood last night to take on the 7th grade volleyball team.  The A team had to battle to get their win.  The Rams came from behind during the 1st two sets.  Many girls contributed to the 1st set win and Madison C served the girls to set two's victory.  The Rams won the 3rd set 15-10 with help from Carsyn K's serving.  Brynlee A. finished the night with 6 kills.

The B team lost 3 very close sets:  22-25, 21-25, and 12-15.  Lillie A led the team in passing and Carsyn K led in serving.  Lacee M. finished the night with 2 kills.

District 7 Football Standings

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Down below are scores from Class 3A District 7 and the current standing for the district.

 

Creston 56 Atlantic 6

Carroll 31 Winterset 13

Glenwood 47 Denison 7

Harlan 58 ADM 34

 

 

Standings for Class 3A District 7

Creston 3-0 (51 point differential)

Carroll 3-0 (43 point differential)

Glenwood 2-1 (16 point differential)

Winterset 1-2 (-4 point differential)

Harlan 1-2 (-8 point differential)

ADM 1-2 (-29 point differential)

Denison 1-2 (-33 point differential)

Athlete Of the Week

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This week I awarded the Athlete of the week to the Glenwood Offensive Line. The Rams O-line has blocked well all season long and they continue to open up huge holes for the Ram running attack. Glenwood has rushed for 1,258 yards in five games behind this powerful offensive line. The Ram running game is running for 6.5 yards per carry off 195 rushing attempts. The Rams have put up a total of 1,979 total yards this season.

 

Keep up the hard work boys! Your toughness is paying off. GO RAMS!

Ram XC Teams Take Third at Harlan

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Glenwood Cross Country traveled to Harlan on Saturday for the Cyclone Invite. The boys team finished third with 89 team points. Sam McIntyre was Glenwood's top finisher at 9th. Mason Parks finished second for the Rams at 15th. The girls team finished third with 91 points. Aubrey McIntyre was the highest finisher at 7th. Kate Kaufman finished 11th and was the second highest finisher for Glenwood. 

The next meet is Thursday at Shenandoah.

Keep up the hard work! GO RAMS!  

Rams Roll Denison on Homecoming

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Glenwood picked up another district win after defeating the Monarchs 47-14 Friday night. Behind Cole Loeffelbein's 136 rushing yards the Rams would score seven touchdowns six coming on the ground. Cole Loeffelbein scored three touchdowns on the run and caught one from Kolten Wilwerding. Wilwerding scored two on the ground to go with his touchdown pass to Loeffelbein. Nate Nebel scored the longest touchdown on the night with a forty six yard run.

Coach Howard's Recap vs. Atlantic

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Proud of these girlies tonight. We worked to fix stuff after an LC win and we did!! They love this sport and we just keep improving. The Atlantic coach said that our A, B and C were the toughest teams they have faced and Glenwood had some of the best sportsmanship. It isn't always about winning, it's about teamwork and pride.

Coach Ohm's Recap vs. Atlantic

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Last night, the 7th graders played their 3rd match of the week.  The A & B teams won their second match and the C team lost a close one. The A team was led by Abby H and Madison C on the service line.  Madison C went 12 for 12 w/8 aces.  Abby H went 13 for 14 w/5 aces.  Madison B also had a great night serving but really shined in serve receive.  The girls won 25-15, 25-12, & 15-8. The B team won 25-13, 25-10, and 15-3.  Lacee M was fantastic on the service line.  She went 29 for 30 w/6 aces.  Sara L also stepped up her game with passing and finished with 3 aces.

Rams Make Great Comeback at Denison

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Yesterday the Rams traveled up to Denison for a battle in the Hawkeye Ten Conference. Denison jumped on the Rams early as the won the first two sets 25-17 and 26-24. The Rams were up 20-12 in the second set before the Monarchs came back to pick up the second set. Glenwood saw themselves in a two game hole in a best of five series but never doubted themselves. The Rams came back and won the next three sets showing great composer and teamwork! Glenwood is now 3-1 in the conference.

 

Set Scores

Set One- Denison defeated Glenwood 25-17

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