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Boys Tennis Gets Second Win with Another Shut Out

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Last night the boys tennis team traveled to Corning, Iowa and took on Southwest Valley. The Rams won 9-0 getting their second shut out in a row. The Rams are now 2-0 on the season and 18-0 in total games played. Glenwood will go on the road again Monday at Lewis Central before having their home opener Tuesday vs. Atlantic.

Singles

1. Sam Lauritsen 8-6 Dalton Davis

2. Alex Chekal 8-2 Nic Frede

3. Aaron Bertini 8-0 Bryce Newton

4. Adam Konfrst 8-2 John Kinser

5. Sean Harper 8-2 Quenten Scott

6. Ethan Thompson 8-2 Trevor Holbrook

Frazee's Hat Trick Helps Rams Beat TJ

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Last night the Ram soccer team faced Thomas Jefferson. Glenwood would win the match 6-0 against the Yellow Jackets. Ben Frazee was the star of the game by scoring three goals. Andy Staiert, Conrad Millar, and Fernando Gonzalez also scored goals for the Rams. Goalie Connor Weis was great in goal all night.

Way to go boys!

Girls Track Runs Away with Lady Tiger Relays

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Last night the girls track team traveled to Red Oak for the Lady Tiger Relays. The Rams won with a team score of 177 total points. Creston finshed second with 148 and Shenandoah fished third with 88.

Top Finishes for the Rams

100m

Kaycee Clark finished second with a time of 13.00

200m

Devon Boomer finished third with a time of 28.21

400m

Paige Hays finished sixth with a time of 1:12.64

800m

Molly Dean finished first with a time of 2:34.02

100m Hurdles

Miranda Ruth finished first with a time of 16.41

Girls Tennis Shuts Out Sioux City East and West

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Glenwood Tennis - GIRLS

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Opponent:  Sioux City East

Meet Score:  9-0

Date:  Thursday 4/7/16

Overall Record:  1-0

 

VARSITY SINGLES                                       

1.  Abby Osterloh - JR 8-1 Emily Hoesing - SR

2.  Ellie Osterloh - SO 8-1 Rachel Rigby - JR

3.  Sam Umberger - SR 8-1 Mercedes Waugh - SR

4.  Ruby Crow - SO 8-0 Sara Larson - SR

Ram Tennis Defeats Denison on the Road

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Tonight the Rams went on the road and took on the Monarchs of Denison in boys tennis. The Rams started off hot winning all six of the singles matches. In doubles the Rams would defeat the Monarchs 3-0. They will face Corning on Thursday.

Singles

1. Sam Lauritsen 11-9 Jaden Heiden

2. Alex Chekal 10-3 Sam Weber

3. Aaron Bertini 10-3 Conner Andersen

4. Adam Konfrst 10-5 Aaron Mumm

5. Sean Harper 10-3 Jack Schultz

6. Ethan Thompson 10-3 Sean Moran

Doubles

1. Lauristen/Chekal 10-7 Weber/Anderson

Rams Finish Second at Ram Relays

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Monday night the Rams hosted the Ram Relays which consisted of nine teams. Lewis Central won the meet with a score of 144 team points. Glenwood finished second with 134 points.

1st and 2nd Place finishers for the Rams were

1st place for Nate Kennedy in the 400M with a time of 52.72 (Caleb Peterson finished second with a time of 52.97)

2nd place for Carter Von Essen in the 400 hurdles with a time of 56.95

2nd place for Andrew Blum in the 800m with a time of 2:08.71

Ram Weekend Update

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Danika Lucy played in the IGCA Senior All Star 4A/5A game over the weekend. The game was played at Kirkwood. Danika scored six points and her team on the game 76-60. Way to go Danika!

 

Former Ram Derek Jones and current Iowa State Cyclones had another great weekend. Derek finished third place in the 400 hurdles at Stanford. He would later win the 400 hurdles at San Fransisco on Saturday. Congrats Derek, way to go!

 

 

 

Ram Track Sweeps 9/10 COED RELAYS

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Saturday Glenwood hosted the 2016 9/10 Ram COED RELAYS. The girls won with a total score of 154 points. Thomas Jefferson finished in second place with 138, Atlantic finished third with 101.5, and Clarinda finsihed fourth with 55.5. The boys won with a score of 186 points. Lewis Central finished second with 116.5, and Atlantic finished third with 94 points.

Congrats boys and girls! Keep up the hard work. GO RAMS!

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