Boy's Basketball

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

Mohr Lifts Glenwood Past Kuemper

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The Rams are now 9-0 on the season after defeating Kuemper 57-55 on Friday. Glenwood’s Senior guard Nate Mohr lead the way for Glenwood by scoring 23 points. Mohr would score 17 of his 23 in the first half to give the Rams a 29-22 lead at halftime. Freshman Ryan Blum stepped up big for the Rams in the second half. Blum would score all nine of his points in the second half. The biggest basket for the Freshman came on Glenwood’s last possession where he would make the game winning basket on a drive to the basket.

Glenwood Takes Unblemished Record on Road for Tough Matchup with Kuemper

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Tonight the Rams will travel the 117 miles up to Carroll, Iowa to take on the Knights of Carroll Kuemper. The 8-0 Rams will face the 6-2 Knights in a tough Hawkeye-Ten battle. Kuemper is always a tough gym to play in. Their fans are great and the way their bleachers sit in that gymanism it feels as if fans are right on the court. The Knights have lost both of their games to St. Albert this season by a total of five points.

 

Current Steals and Assists Record Holder Seth Stanton Talks Sports on Full Timeout

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This week former Ram Seth Stanton stopped by and talked sports on the Full Timeout. Seth was a former Glenwood Ram standout athlete who currently holds three basketball records. Seth has the Individual Season Steals with 78 (2001), Career Steals 192 (1999-2002) and Career Assists 348 (1999-2002).

Enjoy!

Click here to listen to the full interview with Seth Stanton

Rams Start Off 2018 with Two Wins

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Glenwood basketball was back in action last night as the Rams hosted the Cardinals of Clarinda. The girls welcomed back Freshman Elle Scarborough from injury and the Freshman dropped twenty-one points. Behind Scarborough's twenty-one and Nikki Schuppan’s twenty points the Rams defeated the Cardinals 82-36. Glenwood came out on fire and scored twenty-five first quarter points to jump out to an fourteen point lead.

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