Baseball

Rams Look Impressive in Win at Abraham Lincoln

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Last night the baseball team traveled to Council Bluffs and took on the Lynx of Abraham Lincoln. The Rams scored in six of the seven innings and defeated A.L. 15-6. Glenwood would score seven of their fifteen runs in the seventh inning. Senior Jake King was awarded the win after pitching 2 ⅔ innings. Senior Cole Loeffelbein had a great night at the plate. Loeffelbein went 2-2 with two RBIs and a home run (his second on the season). Loeffelbein would also score three runs along with Mavrick Decker and Ethan Fisher.

Glenwood Baseball 2-1 After Week One

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Glenwood started their baseball season last week and the boys ended their first week with a 2-1 record. The boys picked up wins against Creston (8-2) and Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson (9-0). Glenwood’s only loss was at St. Albert on Thursday when the Falcons took down the Rams 7-3.

 

 

Glenwood 8 Creston 2

Ram Baseball Finish Fourth in H10

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The Glenwood Ram Baseball team finished their 2016 season with a fourth place finish in the Hawkeye 10 Conference. The Rams finished the season at 20-16 with a conference record of 11-9. The Rams finished behind Lewis Central (1st), Harlan (2nd), and Kuemper Catholic (3rd). 

 

Baseball All Conference Teams will be released in the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned!

12U Glenwood Gold Finishes Third at WIBBL Tourney

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The 12U Glenwood Gold Baseball Team finished third at the state WIBBL Tournament. The Rams lost in the semi-finals against Logan Gold 4-12 before coming back and winning the third place game over MO Valley 9-1. The Rams were the third seed in the tournament and defeated AHST in their first game 11-1. In the quarterfinals the boys defeated the Council Bluffs Titans 13-8.

Great season boys! Keep up the hard work!

 

The Baseball U12 Team that finished third was coached by Cliff Johnson and Matt Kirsch.

Roster

Jayme Fritts

Carter Kirsch

Ram Athletes Among Best in H-10 Stats

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I took a deep look into the Hawkeye 10 Baseball and Softball statistics to show how our Ram's stack up in the Hawkeye 10.

*Note (All stats are from games before 6/25/2016)

 

Hawkeye 10 Baseball

 

Batting Average (Minimun 45 at bats)

Alec Mass (Lewis Central)- .515

Cole Loeffelbein (GLENWOOD)- .500

Mavrick Decker (GLENWOOD)- .466

Bryce Neal (Clarinda)- .455

Kolton Wilwerding (GLENWOOD)- .419

 

RBI's

Ram Baseball and Softball Sweep the Tigers

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Last night the softball and baseball teams hosted Red Oak. Both teams played a double header and Glenwood won all four games. The softball team won 6-0 and 15-5! Lyndie VanNess was the player of the game by hitting a three run homerun in the first game while pitching a complete game and picking up eight strikeouts on her way. The baseball team won 14-4 in the first game and won the second game 13-3 after five innings.

Way to go Rams! Keep it up and good luck tonight!

 

 

Photo by Harding Photography

Baseball Stats and Recap of Season So Far

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Now that the baseball season is well underway I thought it would be fun to look into the stat book.

Overall record 7-9 Conference 4-6

Batting AVG Leaders

0.455 Cole Loeffelbein

0.429 Mavrick Decker

0.413 Kolton Wilwerding

0.367 Nate Nebel

0.348 AJ Slaughter

0.315 Talon Stromgren 

 

RBI Leaders

14 Cole Loeffelbein

11 Mavrick Decker

10 Talon Stromgren

8 Kolton Wilwerding

 

 

Pitching ERA (min 10 plus innings pictched)

AJ Slaughter 2.45

Cole Loeffelbein 3.57

Ram Baseball and Softball Sweep Clarinda

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Last night both the baseball and softball teams picked up wins at home. Glenwood baseball and softball hosted Clarinda for a couple Hawkeye 10 match-ups. The baseball team shut out the Cardinals and won 9-0.

The softball team only took six innings to defeat the lady Cardinals. Senior Molly Dean had the hot bat and went 4-5 at the plate against the Cardinals. Glenwood would pick up the win in the sixth inning 11-1.

 

Both teams will host Shenandoah tonight! Go Rams!

 

 

Photo credit to Harding Photography!

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