Boy's Basketball

Recent History Gives Glenwood and Atlantic Reason for Rivalry

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Recent History Gives Glenwood and Atlantic Reason for Rivalry

Glenwood and Atlantic both won on Monday night setting up to play for the third time this season. Glenwood and Atlantic are schedule to play in the district final on Thursday night. The game is currently scheduled in Glenwood Thursday night (weather pending).

Class 3A Substate 8 Basketball First Round Preview

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Glenwood will host three other teams for the first round of Class 3A Substate 8 Basketball tonight. I will be broadcasting the Glenwood boys game (audio only due to state rules).

 

The first match-up will be Atlantic vs. Denison at 5:30 pm. Atlantic won both of the regular season games against the Monarchs this year. Atlantic won at home 66-44 against Denison and on the road 65-54 last Thursday.

 

Consistency is Key in Glenwood Basketball Programs Growth

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I took time recently to look at all the records from the 1913-14 season all the way to the current 2017-18 season. Lack of consistency is what stood out the most. From 1913-14 to 2006-07 Glenwood has only had 25 seasons that finished .500 or above. That’s not very good. From the 1960-61 season to 2005-06 season, Glenwood only had two seasons that were above .500.

 

Glenwood Looks to End Regular Season with Win Over Rival

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Tonight the 18-2 Hawkeye Ten Conference Champion Glenwood Rams will travel to Council Bluffs to face the Lewis Central Titans. The Titans are 10-8 on the season however they have won five out of their last six games.

Lewis Central is tough at home with seven of their ten wins coming in their gym. Friday, February 2nd the Titans defeated St. Albert 61-26. The Titans proved that their defense can be great. In eight of Lewis Central’s ten wins the Titans have held their opponent under sixty points. Lewis Central will need to do that tonight to defeat the H-10 champions.

Pair for the Ages

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Friday night Ram Fans have the opportunity to watch two of the most decorated players in Glenwood Basketball’s History. The Rams will host Denison in a girl/boy double header. The girls will begin at 6:00 pm with the boys to follow. Both the girls and boys will have their SENIOR NIGHT.

 

Glenwood Sweeps Creston

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A twenty-three point first quarter gave the Rams a 23-11 lead against the Creston Panthers. Junior Christian Stanislav had a great first half as the Rams took the lead into halftime 43-25. Stanislav ended the first half with seventeen points. Creston’s Kylan Smallwood tried to bring the Panthers back in the third quarter but the Rams held on to their 64-45 lead after three quarters. Christian Stanislav ended the third with twenty-three points for the Rams while Kylan Smallwood finished the third with twenty-seven.

Rams Look to Bounce Back After Two Friday Losses

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Last Friday the girls basketball team hosted the undefeated Lewis Central Titans. Lewis Central defeated the Rams 72-33 behind seventeen points by Maegan Holt. The boys basketball team traveled into a hostile environment and was defeated by Omaha Skutt 67-58. Nate Mohr lead all scorers with twenty-two points as the Rams dropped their second game of the season.

Tonight the girls basketball team will travel to face Creston. The Panthers are currently 7-10 overall and 1-7 in the conference. Creston is coming off a 47-52 loss against St. Albert.

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