Boy's Basketball

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.

Glenwood vs. Skutt Catholic Preview

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Tonight the 14-1 Glenwood Rams will travel across the bridge and take on the 14-3 Omaha Skutt Skyhawks. The Rams come in ranked #6 in Class 3A while the SkyHawks are currently ranked #6 in Class B.

Glenwood is currently on a five game win streak with their latest victory coming against Clarinda 79-28. Skutt Catholic is currently on a five game win streak of their own. On Tuesday, the #6 Skyhawks defeated Class A #7 Lincoln Pius 62-56.

Hawkeye Ten Standings

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Glenwood has five conference games (that count) remaining on the schedule. Yes, there are games that Hawkeye Ten Teams play that don’t even count towards their H-10 record. Why? I have no idea. That being said below are the conference standings through 1/10/2018 and the remaining schedules for the boys and girls. Enjoy!

 

Hawkeye Ten Boys Basketball Standings

Atlantic 5-1 Conference 7-4 Overall

Glenwood 4-1 Conference 9-1 Overall

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