• Rough Week Keeps Rams Motivated Headed into Final Stretch
  • Mower, Carter Crowned Champions as Rams Take Fourth at Hawkeye Ten
  • Lady Rams Pick Up Two Major Wins, Move up in H-10 Standings
  • Lady Rams Down Kuemper, Continue to Move up Standings
  • Rams Win Fourth Straight in Blowout Over Kuemper

Ram Tennis Wins Conference Title

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A complete team effort was the reason the boys finished first place at the Hawkeye 10 Championship. The Rams won the tournament with 24 total points. Harlan finished second place with 20 and Lewis Central finished third with 18. Senior Aaron Bertini and Sophomore Adam Konfrst were crowned H-10 Champs in the number one doubles bracket. The doubles team defeated teams from Red Oak, Atlantic, and Denison to win their title. Seniors Ethan Thompson and Sean Harper stepped up big for their team by finishing third place in the number two doubles bracket.

Freshman Leath, Rams Golf Win H-10 Championship

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Yesterday Glenwood hosted boys conference golf for the Hawkeye Ten. Glenwood finished first place with a score of 296. The Rams were the only team to score under the 300s. Carroll Kuemper finished second with a score of 300. Glenwood's freshman Ryan Leath won the conference title with a score of 71. Eli Bales, Kobe Rhodes, and Colton Book all shot 75 to help the Rams win their first conference tile since 2008.

Way to go boys! Next up for the Ram golf team is districts at Atlantic! GO RAMS!

Girls Tennis Sweeps TJ

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Girls tennis picked up their ninth win last night by defeating Thomas Jefferson 9-0. The girls are now 9-2 in the regular season. Congrats to Ruby Crow who finished her regular season undefeated in singles play. The girls will now enter post season.

Congrats ladies on a great regular season! GO RAMS!


Abby Osterloh won 8-0

Ellie Osterloh won 8-1

Sam Umberger won 8-0

Ruby Crow won 8-0

Brooklyn Taylor won 8-0

Sierra Stouder won 8-3


Osterloh/Umberger won 8-4

Osterloh/Taylor won 8-1

Ram Tennis Makes History by Going 11-0 After Win vs. A.L.

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Last night the 10-1 A.L. Lynx came to town for a Southwest Iowa tennis battle! Despite having undefeated Aaron Bertini gone for singles due to high jumping and long jumping at the conference tournament, the Rams won four of the six singles. Alex Chekal played great at the number two singles and won 10-4. Adam Konfrst played up a spot and won 10-5 at number three singles. Senior Sean Harper stepped up and defeated A.L's number four player 11-10 (7-4) in a tie-break. Sean played his best match of the season and picked up a HUGE win for the Rams.

Girls Tennis Picks Up 8th Win at A.L.

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The girls tennis team picked up their eighth win last night by defeating A.L. 6-3. Ruby Crow won her singles match 8-3 to stay undefeated on the season. Sam Umberger had a great match by coming back from a 4-7 deficit to win 9-7! The Rams also picked up wins in singles from Sierra Stouder and Ellie Osterloh. The doubles teams of E. Osterlor/Taylor and Crow/Stouder won their matches 8-4, 8-2. The girls are now 8-2 overall and will have one match remaining vs. T.J. before conference play.


Keep it up girls! GO RAMS!

Girls Track Crowned Champs at Conference Relays Boys Finish Second

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Last night Glenwood girls track finished first place at the H-10 CoEd Relays. The girls scored 146 total points to finish ahead of Creston who scored 133. The boys finished second behind Lewis Central with 132 total points. Lewis Central finished first with 139 total points.

Molly Dean broke the Hawkeye Ten record in the 400 hurdles with a time of 1:04.80.

Key Finishes for Girls Track


Kaycee Clark finished first with a time of 13.16


Kaycee Clark finished first with a time of 27.23


Ram Golf Finishes Third at Trojan Invite

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Yesterday the boys golf team traveled to Atlantic for the Trojan Invite. The Rams shot 315 as a team and finished third place at the tournament. Kobe Rhodes was the runner up at the tournament shooting a 73 (+4).  Colton B shot a 78, Reagan M shot a 81, Eli B shot a 88, Ryan L shot a 87, and Nick S shot a 88. Colton Book's 78 was his career low!

The Rams score of 315 set a team record score at Nisha Hills (where the tournament was located). the previous course record for Glenwood was 332. Way to go boys, keep up the great work! GO RAMS!

Ram Tennis Wins 10th Straight, End H-10 Regular Season Undefeated

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Last night the boys tennis team traveled to Council Bluffs and took on the St. Albert Falcons for their last Hawkeye Ten regular season meet of the season. Glenwood won the match 6-3 over the Falcons. Senior Ethan Thompson was the player of the match by winning his singles and doubles 8-1, 8-2. Ethan is undefeated in singles on the season and is playing great with his doubles partner Sean Harper. Both Aaron Bertini and Adam Konfrst won their singles 8-1 and continued their undefeated streak in singles play.

Girls Tennis Singles Help Pick up Big Win over St. Albert

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The girls tennis team picked up their seventh win last night over St. Albert. Glenwood won four singles and two doubles to win the match 6-3 over St. Albert. The girls are now 7-2 on the season. Junior Abby Osterloh played a great match at the number one singles and won 8-5 vs. Ava Pavlik. Ellie Osterloh, Ruby Crow, and Brooklyn Taylor also won their singles. The doubles teams of Ellie Osterloh/Brooklyn Taylor and Ruby Crow/Sierra Stouder both won their doubles matches. Congratulations girls on a great win! Keep it up, GO RAMS!

Rams Sweep Trojan Relays

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Last night the boys and girls track teams swept the 2016 Trojan Relays at Atlantic. The girls won the meet by scoring 80 total points. The boys won the meet by scoring 113 total points.

Key Finishers for Glenwood

Girls Track


Molly Dean finished first with a time of 26.56

Miranda Ruth finished second with a time of 27.63


Lacey Jackson finished fourth with a time of 2:32.11

100m Hurdles

Molly Dean finished first with a time of 16.17

Miranda Ruth finished first with a time of 16.46



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