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Von Essen Signs with UNI

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Yesterday Glenwood Senior Carter Von Essen signed his letter of intent to run track at the University of Northern Iowa. Von Essen currently has the top time in four different individual events for Glenwood this season.  Congrats Carter! Way to go!

110m Hurdles- 16.12 seconds

400 Hurdles- 56.95 seconds

200m- 23.17 seconds

400m- 51.51 seconds

 

Middle School Track Results from Clarinda

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The 7th grade girls won the Clarinda Middle School Invite. The girls scored 193 total points. Lewis Central scored 119 to finish in second place. Glenwood would win ten events at the meet. Elle Scarborough was outstanding at the meet. Scarborough won two individual events, the 100m (14.33) and Discus (82-10).  Lauren Becker won the 100m hurdles with a time of 18.64. Abby McIntyre won the 1500 with a time of 5:39.11. Marissa Ausdemore won the 200m hurdles with a time of 34.17. Jaylin Woodward won the long jump with a jump of 13-10.00.

Girls Tennis Bounces Back, Defeats Harlan

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After a close loss on Monday the girls tennis team bounced back with a great road win vs. the Cyclones. The Rams defeated the Cyclones 8-1. Junior Abby Osterloh picked up a great win at the number one position beating Senior Jessica DuVal 9-8 (7-4). "(Abby) Osterloh led DuVal 5-4 but then DuVal got the next two games to go up 6-5. DuVal would keep the lead until Osterloh tied it up at 8-8. Osterloh would win the tie breaker 7-4." said Coach Ohm. The girls are now 5-1 overall.

Keep up the good work ladies. Go Rams!

 

Ram Tennis Sweeps the Cyclones

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A perfect day for tennis ended with almost a perfect night for the Rams. Glenwood hosted Harlan yesterday in a tennis match. The boys defeated the Cyclones 9-0. Ram Tennis is now 5-0 on the season with two more matches this week. (at T.J. Thursday and home vs. Red Oak Friday) Alex Checkal, Aaron Bertini, Adam Konfrst, and Ethan Thompson all continued their undefeated singles streaks.  The doubles team of Aaron Bertini and Adam Konfrst continued their undefeated streak to 5-0.

Ram Golf Goes Low at Home

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Senior Kobe Rhodes Teeing Off on Hole 9

Last night the Rams defeated the Cyclones at home by scoring 144 to Harlan's 159. Senior Kobe Rhodes shot a 32 while Freshman Ryan Leath shot a 35.

 

Coach Joyner's recap on the win vs. Harlan.

"The Glenwood Boy's Golf team played Harlan in a conference match on Tuesday in Glenwood. Glenwood was paced by Kobe Rhodes' 3 under 32 and Ryan Leath's even par 35 to best Harlan 144-159. Harlan was led by Kevin Campbell and Jay Swanson each golfing a 3 over 38."

Ram Track Top Events In Class 3A

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Wonder where Glenwood track times rank in this season's class 3A standings? I took a close look at quikstatsiowa.com to see where the Rams rank.

Boys Track

4x800 - Glenwood ranks 5th with a time of 8:28.95

4x110 Shuttle Hurdle Relay- Glenwood ranks third with a time of 1:00.52

4x400- Glenwood ranks 1st with a time of 3:24.54

400- Carter Von Essen 5th with a time of 51.31

Girls Track

100 Hurdles- Molly Dean ranks 2nd with a time of 15.67

400 Hurdles- Molly Dean ranks 1st with a time of 1:04.55

Spring Sports Conference Ranking Updates

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Boys Golf (Dual Wins)

Clarinda 5-0

Atlantic 3-0

Harlan 2-0

Red Oak 2-0

Glenwood 1-0

Denison-Schleswig 0-1

Kuemper 0-1

Shenandoah 0-1

St. Albert 0-1

Creston 0-2

Lewis Central 0-3

 

Girls Golf (Dual Wins)

Atlantic 3-0

Denison-Schleswig 2-0

Shenandoah 1-0

Clainda 2-1

Creston 2-1

Glenwood 1-1

Harlan 1-1

Red Oak 1-1

Kuemper 0-1

St. Albert 0-1

Lewis Central 0-3

 

Girls Soccer (Conference W/L)

St. Albert 2-0

Frazee was Key in Third Conference Win for Ram Soccer

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Ram soccer picked up their third conference win tonight vs. Atlantic. Atlantic scored first to put the Rams down 0-1 before Glenwood would come back and win 3-1. Goals by Ben Frazee (15th and 26th minutes) and Andy Staiert helped the Rams take the victory. Both Conrad Millar and Andy Staiert recorded assists in the game. Ben Frazee was awarded the player of the game.

Way to go boys, keep it up!

Red Oak's Doubles Help Defeat Girls Tennis

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This afternoon the girls tennis team played indoors due to the rain at Red Oak. The Tigers would give the Rams their first loss of the season 3-6. After singles, Glenwood and Red Oak were tied 3-3. In doubles play is where the Tigers would close up their victory winning all three matches. The Rams are now 4-1 on the season.

 

Singles

1. Abby Osterloh 4-8 Sarah Behrens

2. Sam Umberger 8-5 Bailey Bruce

3. Ellie Osterloh 8-5 Macy Baker

4. Ruby Crow 8-6 Jordyn Cornelison

5. Brooklyn Taylor 8-9 (4-7) Syd Streicher

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