• 2017-18 Top Three Sports Season Moments
  • Ram Cross Country Results from South Dakota Marathon Fundraiser
  • Carter Earns Elite Camper Award at North Dakota State INDY Camp
  • Ram Baseball Picking Up Momentum
  • Bertini Throws Complete Game in Win Over Clarinda

Knights Win in OT Despite Mohr's 33

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Tonight the Rams hosted Carroll Kuemper and the game was as good as advertised. Both offenses started out slow and the game was tied after the first quarter 9-9. A twenty one point quarter for the Rams gave them the lead at halftime 30-25 over the Kuemper Knights. The second half was the Nate Mohr (for Glenwood) and Matt Dentlinger (for Carroll Kuemper) show. Both players stepped up and made huge shots on the offensive end to end regulation tied at 59 a piece. Kuemper started overtime with a 9-0 run and the Rams could not come back from that early hole.

Ram Wrestling Sweeps Quad at Red Oak

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Last night the Glenwood Wrestling team picked up three wins against Hawkeye Ten opponents. Glenwood defeated Red Oak 44-34, Shenandoah 53-12 and Lewis Central 44-26. The Rams are now 9-1 overall and 5-1 in the conference!

Glenwood 44 Red Oak 34

Ram wins vs. Red Oak

285 Caleb Sanders fall .42 over Logan Alexander

113 Dalton Book forfeit

145 Jordan Renshaw fall 3:06 over Tyler McMann

152 Trevor Anderson 12-4 over Carter Maynes

182 Noah Carter fall 5:38 over Carlos Guerra

Ram Basketball Splits at Clarinda

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Last night the boys and girls traveled to Clarinda for their first games of the 2017 season. The Rams split at Clarinda with the boys winning and the girls losing. Girls Varsity lost 47-48 in a game that went back and forth the entire game. Glenwood won the second half by four but the early lead for the Cardinals was too much for the Rams. Hardcastle and Smith were the leading scorers for the Rams with 12 a piece while Schuppan was second in scoring with 11. Boys Varsity was on fire and looked impressive on the road in their first game of 2017.

New Year Same Conference Current Standings

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Tomorrow the students head back to the classroom so it is time to catch up on the first half of the winter season.


Glenwood Wrestling is starting off their second half of the season with a 2-1 record in the conference and are sitting at 6-1 overall.  Thursday the Rams will travel to Red Oak for a Quad Dual. The teams that will be participating at Red Oak are the following: Glenwood, Lewis Central, Red Oak and Shenandoah. Saturday the Rams will travel to Ames, Iowa for some good 3A competition at the Ames Tournament.

2016 Year of the Rams

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2016 was a fantastic calendar year for Glenwood High School Sports. The Rams produced state champions, conference champions, state qualifiers, and finished off with some of the highest placings in school history. Below I will rank my top top 10 Glenwood sports moments of the 2016 calendar year.  I apologize in advance in case I left out someone or something. I went through all the data I could find and came up with this!

Hope everyone enjoys, GO RAMS of 2016


    1. State Champions


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