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Coach Ohm's Recap vs. Harlan

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The A team dominated the Cyclones in 3 sets:  25-12, 25-8, & 15-12.  Kennedy J, Lauren R, Brynlee A, and Abby H took care of things on the service line.  Brynlee A also did a great job passing and ended the night with 5 hits.  Abby H also ended with 5 kills.  Kennedy J had an amazing 7 hits.  

The B team continued the winning streak winning all three 25-23, 25-12, and 15-3.  Lauren C did a fantastic job serving 19 for 19.  Kamryn C had a lot of great passes and Harbour B finished with 3 kills.

Football Playoffs? Wildcard?

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Glenwood moved to 3-2 in the district after falling to the second top ten team of the season. Below I will expand on where every district in 3A is at and who the top teams of each district will play for the next two weeks.

 

Post Season Qualifications

- District Champion

- District Runner-up

- 2 at large qualifiers ( only 7 districts, most classes have 8)

JV Volleyball Finished Second at Abraham Lincoln Invite

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Picture from Coach Wilson at the A.L. Tournament

The JV Volleyball team traveled to Council Bluffs on Saturday for the Abraham Lincoln Volleyball Tournament. The girls finished second at the tournament. The Rams defeated A.L 2-0, Treynor 2-0, and Exira 2-0. Glenwood's only loss was against St. Albert 0-2. Coach Katie Wilson and the JV Rams are now 22-2 on the season. Congrats girls and keep up the good work.

Scores from the tournament

Losses

St. Albert 21-14, 21-11 Glenwood

Wins

Glenwood 21-15, 21-12 Abraham Lincoln

Glenwood 21-15, 21-6 Exira

Panthers Cause Turnovers and Escape the Rams

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The showdown between Glenwood and Creston was everything I thought it would be. A tough and hard fought district 7 battle! Both teams went back and forth the entire night until the last couple of minutes when the Panthers secured the victory. Creston defeated Glenwood 27-24. The Panthers caused four turnovers against the Rams and at the end of the night that is what helped Creston capture the victory in Glenwood. The Ram defense held Schiltz under 100 yards on the ground and the Rams out gained Creston by 20 yards.

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