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Coach Howard's Recap vs. Lewis Central

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The 8th grade volleyball girls caught Lewis Central by surprise last night when the Rams went on a “rampage”.  The girls cleaned up the loss they suffered last time they played and went on to a victory!  The A team won with scores of: 25-18, 25-17, and 15-10.  The victory truly was a team victory as the girls showed excellent teamwork.  In all three games, only 3 serves were missed leaving a serving percentage of 96%. Jozie K. came up big on the night with 22 of 22 serves, Grace B. had 10 of 10 and Kelly E. had 8 of 8.  The girls had a total of 108 hits with Elle S.

Rams Drop Two in the Triangular

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Last night the Ram Volleyball team hosted St. Albert and Harlan in a Triangular. The first game the Rams took on the Harlan Cyclones. Harlan defeated Glenwood 3-1. Sierra Stouder lead the team in kills with nine while Tara Maxwell was a close second with eight. Cera Gray and Sierra Stouder were great serving the ball as they went 16/16 and 15/15.

Volleyball Pairings Are Out

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Today the Class 4A-Region 2 pairings came out and the Rams will face Harlan in Glenwood. Wednesday October 19th Glenwood will host Harlan in the first round of regional volleyball play. The match will start at 7:00PM. The winner of the match will face Lewis Central at L.C. on Tuesday October 25th at 7:00 pm.

The Rams will face Harlan tonight at 5:00PM. Come out and see a preview of what will be the first round of regional play.


Glenwood vs. Harlan and St. Albert Preview

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Tonight the Glenwood Rams take on the Harlan Cyclones and the St. Albert Saintes. Glenwood will play Harlan at 5 pm in the first match and will play St. Albert in the third match of the night. Harlan and St. Albert will play each other in the second match.


Team Records

Glenwood (3-2 in the conference) 9-11 overall

St. Albert (3-2 in the conference) 19-3 overall

Harlan (2-3 in the conference) 9-12 overall

Coach Howard's Recap vs. Red Oak

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Congrats to the 8th grade volleyball girls for defeating Red Oak.  The A team won with scores of: 25-15, 25-11, and 15-9.  The girls played their best ball of the season.  Aggressive play at the net is what made the difference, along with outstanding serving.  The girls combined for 79 hits in three games and a total of 12 kills.  Elle S. and Bree S. had 4 each, along with Grace B. and Jozie K. with 2 each.  Bree S. had 4 blocks, and Kelly E. Morgan S. each had blocks.  Avery B. and Camryn Y. were credited with outstanding defensive play.  Kelly E.

Class 3A District 7 Results and Standings

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Game scores from Friday.

Creston 48 Winterset 7

Glenwood 51 Atlantic 7

Carroll 35 Harlan 32

ADM 42 Denison 20


District Standings

Creston 4-0 (68 point differential)

Carroll 4-0 (46 point differential)

Glenwood 3-1 (33 point differential)

ADM 2-2 (-13 point differential)

Harlan 1-3 (-11 point differential)

Winterset 1-3 (-21 point differential)

Denison 1-3 ( -50 point differential)

Atlantic 0-4 (-52 point differential)


Ram Football Picks Up Fifth Win with Ease

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The Rams traveled to Atlantic Friday and picked up another district win. Kolten Wilwerding and the Rams put up 51 points on the road while only giving up 7 points. Wilwerding threw for five touchdowns on the night with his longest being fifty one yards. Andrew Blum and Jake Clark both caught two receiving touchdowns from Wilwerding while Mavrick Decker caught the fifth touchdown from Wilwerding. Anthony Sherry and Cole Loeffelbein each scored a rushing touchdown against the Trojans.

Ram Cross Country Takes Second at Shenandoah

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The Boys Cross Country Team finished second at the Shenandoah invite last night. Parson Covington was the highest finisher for the Rams finishing 8th while Mason Parks finished 9th. The boys scored a total of 73 points which was just ten points behind Thomas Jefferson. The Girls Cross Country Team finished second behind Abraham Lincoln who was only five points ahead of the girls. Aubrey McIntyre was the highest finisher for the Rams finishing 5th.


Ram Top Finishers Boys

8th Parson Covington

9th Mason Parks

13th Sam McIntyre


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