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Ram Tennis Defeats Clarinda to Pick Up 9th Straight Win

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Glenwood boys tennis defeated Clarinda on the road to pick up their ninth straight win of the season. Glenwood won 8-1 overall and are now 9-0 on the regular season.  Senior Aaron Bertini was the player of the match by winning both his singles and doubles 10-0. Aaron is currently 18-0 (singles and doubles) on the season along with sophomore Adam Konfrst. Alex Chekal continued his undefeated season at number two singles with a 10-2 win over Dallas Latham.

Ram Golf Breaks Record That was Set in 1975

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Below is Ram Golf Coach Joyner's recap on their win vs. Clarinda.

"Glenwood traveled to Clarinda to take on the Cardinals at Clarinda Country Club in a 9-hole dual. The Rams came out victorious 143-151 on the night! Our score was the best by a Glenwood team at Clarinda by 12 strokes! Carlton Rahn (Clarinda) was the medalist after winning a playoff from Ryan Leath (Glenwood). They both shot a 34."

Girls Tennis Picks Up Huge Win vs. Clarinda

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The girls tennis team picked up their sixth win on the season with a huge win over Clarinda 5-4. After singles the girls were up 4-2 before winning number three doubles to win the meet 5-4. Congratulations to Emily Todd who won her first varsity match 8-4. The doubles team of Ruby Crow and Sierra Stouder picked up the win in doubles 8-2.

Complete Results


1. Abby Osterloh 0-8 Sarah Cabeen

2. Ellie Osterloh 4-8 Ashley Nordhues

3. Sam Umberger 8-5 Maddie Hartley

4. Ruby Crow 8-6 Brooke Brown

5. Sierra Stouder 8-2 Hannah Sunderman

Ram Track Takes Second at Red Oak Relays

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Last Friday the boys track team competed in the Red Oak Relays. The boys finished second at the relays with 79 total points. Thomas Jefferson won the meet with 99 total points.

Key Finishes for the Rams

Seth Little finished second place in the 400 with a time of 53.64. Blaine Clark finished first place with a time of 15.34. Mason Parks finished third in the 1600 with a time of 5:08.35. Aaron Bertini finished second in the high jump with a jump of 5-08.00. The shuttle hurdle relay team for Glenwood finished second with a time of 1:10.66. 

Dean, Rams Run Well at Drake Relays

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This weekend the boys and girls track teams competed at the Drake Relays. Molly Dean was the highest finishing Ram on the weekend. Dean finished 4th place in the 400 hurdles with a time of 63.22. Molly's time broke the school record which she had set earlier in the season. Molly Dean also ran the 100 hurdles. She finished 16th out of 32 with a time of 15.72. Linnaea Konfrst competed in both the shot put and discus. Konfrst would finish 8th in the shot put and 11th in the discus. 

Four Straight Shut Outs Puts Ram Tennis at 8-0

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The Shenandoah Mustangs came into town last night for a Hawkeye Ten match-up. Last year the Mustangs defeated the Rams 6-3 on the road. This year the boys wanted revenge and they got it. The boys dominated the Mustangs and won 9-0 before the rain started to fall. Junior Sam Lauritsen is peaking at the right time and picked up another great win at the number one spot in singles. Lauritsen defeated Dalton Stoaks 10-5 in a tough match-up. Alex Chekal, Aaron Bertini, Adam Konfrst and Ethan Thompson all stayed undefeated in singles for the season (8-0).

Ram Golf Stays Hot and Takes Down the Mustangs

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Coach Joyner's recap on the win over Shenandoah- " The Rams took on Shenandoah in a dual in Glenwood. The Glenwood Varsity shot 153 to pace the Mustangs' 164."

"Kobe Rhodes was medalist with another -3, 32 and Ryan Leath was Runner-up with a 37."

"(I'm) Really proud of our guys tonight because of not knowing about the weather. We came out and played pretty well. We left some shots out there, though. The grass is getting thicker and our lies are getting a little more treacherous. We're looking forward to hosting St. Albert in our last home dual on Thursday. "

Shenandoah's Depth Helps Take Down Girls Tennis

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Last night the girls tennis team traveled to Shenandoah and faced a strong team. The girls lost 1-5 to Shenandoah before bad weather called off the match. Number four Ruby Crow won 8-6 in singles to pick up the win for Glenwood. Ruby is still undefeated at #4 singles on the season. Both Sam Umberger and Ellie Osterloh suffered their first losses on the season (in singles).  The girls are now 5-2 overall.

Keep up the hard work girls! Go RAMS!

Track Sweeps CoEd Ram Relays

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Last night the Rams hosted the 2016 CoEd Ram Relays. Both Glenwood boys and girls won the meet. The girls won with 144 total points. Sioux City North finished second with 104 points. The boys won with 102.33 total points. Harlan finished second with 91.5 points.


Top Finishers for Glenwood


Linnaea Konfrst- 1st place with a throw of 123-10

Kyle Griffin- 5th place with a throw of 131-10

Shot Put

Linnaea Konfrst- 1st place with a toss of 39-07.5

Nate Serrano- 2nd place with a toss of 45-10.00

Long Jump


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