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Carroll Gives Glenwood First Loss

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Friday night the ranked Carroll Tigers came to town and defeated the Rams 21-12. Turnovers were key in Carroll's win over the Rams. Glenwood turned the ball over four times (three interceptions and 1 fumble). The game's first score was the most exciting of the night when Senior Mavrick Decker took a punt back 85 yards to put the Rams up 6-0. The Tigers took the lead  7-6 just before halftime behind a one yard run by Rummel. The Rams came out strong in the second half and took the lead back 12-7 after a Jake Clark touchdown from Wilwerding.

Carroll vs. Glenwood Football Preview

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It's week three of Friday night lights and the Rams are going up against a top 10 ranked team in Carroll. Carroll is 2-0 on the season so far with wins against South Central Calhoun 56-20 and Sioux City Bishop Heelan 23-20. The tigers are lead by Kolby Molinsky who is the quarterback. Molinsky has thrown for 329 yards on the season and three touchdowns. He has also rushed for a touchdown. Carroll has two good athletes in their backfield with Dayton Ross and Ethan Rummel. Ross has 217 yards on the season with two touchdowns on 8 yards a carry.

Tigers Take Down Ram Volleyball

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Last night the Ram volleyball team hosted the Red Oak Tigers. Red Oak was red hot from the start and never cooled off. The Tigers would defeat the Rams in straight sets 0-3. The set scores were 13-25, 11-25, and 10-25. Red Oak Tiger Sierra Athen was the player of the match recording nine kills, seventeen digs, and three blocks. Glenwood's Sierra Stouder was awarded the Glenwood State Bank player of the game with four kills, six digs, and 4/5 on serves. The Rams now 4-7 will head to Atlantic this Saturday for the Trojan Tournament.

Good luck ladies! GO RAMS!

 

 

Ram Football Stats After Week 2

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Ram statistics after two weeks of football!

 

Passing

Kolten Wilwerding 18-35 for 222 yards, 4 touchdowns, 2 interceptions

Cole Loeffelbein 3-6 for 48 yards, 2 touchdowns

 

Rushing

Jake Clark 8 attempts for 75 yards, 1 touchdown

Anthony Sherry 18 attempts for 70 yards

Cole Loeffelbein 17 attempts for 67 yards, 2 touchdowns

Nate Nebel 13 attempts for 47 yards, 1 touchdown

Colton Schutte 3 attempts for 32 yards, 1 touchdown

Kolten Wilwerding 5 attempts for 24 yards, 1 touchdown

 

Receiving

Ram XC Takes 2nd at A.L. Invite

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Saturday the cross country traveled to Council Bluffs and competed in the A.L. Invite. The Rams finished second at the invite with 81 points. Denison won the invite with 70 points. Glenwood's Aubrey McIntyre finished second and was the Ram's highest finisher for the second meet in a row. McIntyre finished with a time of 19:57.81. The boys cross country team finished third place with 86 points. Parson Covington finished fifth and was the Ram's highest finisher for the second straight meet. Sam McIntyre also finished in the top ten taking tenth.

 

Football Standings Heading into Week Three

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Carroll 2-0 (Win vs. South Central Calhoun 56-20, Win vs. Bishop Heelan 23-20)

Creston 2-0 (Win vs. Boone 28-7, Win 48-0 vs. Clarinda)

Glenwood 2-0 (Win vs. A.L. 46-0, Win vs. T.J. 40-6)

Atlantic 1-1 (Win vs. Clarinda 16-14, Loss vs. Shenandoah 7-3)

Denison 1-1 (Loss vs. T.J. 43-24, Win vs. East Sac County 35-14)

Harlan 1-1 (Loss vs. LC 45-13, Win vs. Greene County 42-19)

Ram Football Defeats the Yellow Jackets

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Tonight the Glenwood rams defeated Thomas Jefferson 40-6. The Rams and the Yellow Jackets were tied after the first quarter but after that is was all Glenwood.

Scores for the Rams

Wilwerding to Blum on a nine yard touchdown pass

Wilwerding scored on a one yard touchdown run

Wilwerding to Blum on a thirty yard touchdown pass

Nebel scored on a two yard run

Loeffelbein scored on a six yard run

Jake Clark scored on a eleven yard run

 

Former Ram QB Scores In First Game

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Former Ram QB Corey Bertini played his first snaps for Missouri Western State last night and Bertini did not disappoint. Bertini now a 6-4, 230 pound quarterback transferred this offseason from Iowa Central to Missouri Western State. Last night Bertini saw his first action at the new school and found his way into the end zone.  Bertini found the end zone in the second quarter vs. Nebraska-Kearney on a eight yard run to put his team up 16-7. Missouri Western State would go on and win the game 44-21 over Kearney.

Way to go Corey, keep it up!

Ram Volleyball Sweeps Atlantic

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Last night the Rams swept the Trojans at their home opener 3-0. The girls fought hard after trailing in both the first and second sets. The third set was all Glenwood as they won easily. Rams won 25-23, 25-21, and 25-12 over the 3-4 Atlantic Trojans. Sierra Stouder lead the team in kills with 25. Tara Maxwell was second in kills with 22. Sierra Stouder and Tara Maxwell lead the team in digs with 13 and 11. Next up for the Rams will be Tuesday vs. Red Oak.

 

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