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McCorkle's Goals Defeat Harlan

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Last night Glenwood Girls Soccer defeated Harlan 2-0. Glenwood scored both of their goals in the first half. Mia McCorkle scored off an assist from Nicole Schuppan at the 10:58 mark. McCorkle's second goal came at 32:44.

"We were able to score pretty early in the game on a corner. Mia McCorkle was able to deflect the ball into the goal." She scored one more time before half by lofting the ball over the goalie far post." said Coach Benson

Ram Tennis Looked Impressive Against a Tough Trojan Team

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Yesterday the boys tennis team took their thirteen regular season match win streak on the road against a tough and undefeated Atlantic Trojan team. The matchup was between two 2-0 teams as Glenwood has defeated Southwest Valley 7-2 and Lewis Central 9-0 while Atlantic defeated Carroll Kuemper 6-3 and Creston 9-0.

 

Ram Golf Finished Second at Shenandoah Invite

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Glenwood traveled to Shenandoah yesterday for the Shenandoah Invite. The Rams finished in second place with a 307. Atlantic won the tournament with a team score of 292. Sophomore Ryan Leath was Glenwood's top finisher with a round of 73. Leath finished fourth in the tournament overall. Colton Book (76) and Eli Bales (77) placed them both in the top 15 earning ninth and eleventh place overall.

 

Coach Benson's Girls Soccer Recap

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Glenwood girls participated in the Thomas Jefferson tournament last Saturday.  We went 1-1.

 

1st Game:  Glenwood 4 Sioux City North 1

 

Shots:  17

Shots on Goal:  15

 

Goals:

3:30 Sioux City North #5 scored on a breakaway after a defensive mistake

 

14:29 Elisa Mulkerrin scored from on top of the 18 yard box; unassisted

Ram Golf Begins Season with a Victory

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Coach Joyner's recap on the boys win over Lewis Central

 

The Glenwood Boy's Varsity was victorious over the Lewis Central Titans 159-189 on a blustery, cold April day. The conditions were less than ideal for playing good golf, but we're excited to get back out there and competing. We didn't hit our goal for the day, but saw some great individual performances. Colton Book's 37 earned him medalist honors with Kris Yakes edging out Pierce Harrington for medalist runner-up with 40s.

 

Ram Tennis Crowned Champs at the Fillies Invite

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Saturday Glenwood Girls Tennis Team traveled to Shenandoah for the 2017 Fillies Tennis Invitational. Glenwood tied with Shenandoah with twelve overall team points but the Rams were crowned champions after winning the head to head tiebreaker. Denison finished third with eleven team points and St. Albert finished fourth with five points. The number one doubles team of Brooklyn Taylor and Ruby Crow on the tournament after defeating J. Beck and R. Heilesen of Denison 6-2, 6-2 in the finals.

Rams Sweep Sioux City

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Yesterday the girls tennis team took their 1-0 record on the road and took on Sioux City East and West in a triangular. The first match of the day Glenwood defeated Sioux City East 9-0. Ellie Osterloh won 8-0 over Taylor Pick in number one singles. Ruby Crow, Erin Stanley and Brielle Smith all won 8-1 in singles. Brooklyn Taylor defeated Brooklyn Neison 8-5 and Sierra Stouder defeated Alexa Heltman 8-3.

Singles

1. Ellie Osterloh 8-0 Taylor Pick

2. Brooklyn Taylor 8-5 Brooklyn Nelson

3. Ruby Crow 8-1 Jordyn Zanner

4. Erin Stanley 8-1 Hannah Marshall

Short Handed Rams Defeat Southwest Valley

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Last night the boys played their season opener against Southwest Valley. Despite missing one of their top players the Rams stepped up and defeated Southwest Valley 7-2. Glenwood's top three in singles Sam Lauritsen, Adam Konfrst and Kris Mintle all looked impressive in their matches. Lauritsen, Konfrst and Mintle all won their singles 8-2. Sophomore Carter Benson and Senior Kyhler Campbell both won their first varsity matches. Junior Josh Ruth lost 6-8 in a hard fought battle. Sam Lauritsen and Adam Konfrst teamed up for the first time in doubles and impressed the crowd.

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