Boy's Basketball

Where Does Ram Basketball Stand After Five Game Streak?

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Tomorrow night Glenwood Boys Basketball will be looking for their sixth straight win. The boys host Clarinda on Tuesday night after the conclusion of the girls game. During their five game win streak, the Rams have averaged 71 points per game. Ball movement and defensive intensity are two areas where Glenwood has excelled as of late to help with their five game streak.

Rams Roll Red Oak

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Tonight the Rams continued their win streak to three games after defeating Red Oak 83-63. Christian Stanislav was the player of the game with 22 points. Nate Mohr and Andrew Blum scored 18 and 17 on the night as well. Glenwood looked impressive from the start with their great defensive pressure and ball movement. At halftime the Rams led 40-23 on the Tigers and continued to be hot with a 23 point third quarter.

Rams Look to Build Off Win Over Harlan

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After losing two games in a row ( Carroll Kuemper, Atlantic) the Rams bounced back and won two straight. The Rams picked up two conference road wins over St. Albert 75-62 and Harlan 63-60. Glenwood is looking to build momentum off of their two road wins and it starts tonight back at home. Tonight Glenwood will host Red Oak in a girl/boy double header. The Tigers of Red Oak come to town with a record of 2-10 overall and 0-6 in the conference.

Glenwood Splits with St. Albert

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Tonight the girls hosted St. Albert and lost 50-40. After being down nine points in the first quarter, the Rams would only lose the next three quarters by one point. Brielle Smith was the leading scorer for Glenwood with 11 points.

A quick start helped the boys defeat St. Albert on the road 75-62. Nate Mohr and Christian Stanislav were the leading scorers for Glenwood with 23 and 21.

 

Girls Basketball Scoring by Quarter

Glenwood 8-8-9-15=40

St. Albert 17-11-7-12=50

Glenwood Scoring

Smith 11

Mohr Sets Single Game 3 Point Record

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Tuesday night the Rams lost to the Atlantic Trojans but a record was set. Junior guard Nate Mohr hit eight three pointers to set the new single game record for three pointers. The old record was 7.  Congratulations Nate on setting the new school record for three pointers in a game. You can see all of Nate's three pointers in the video below.

 

Glenwood High School Record

Three Pointers Single Game

8 Three Pointers

Nate Mohr vs. Atlantic 2017

7 Three Pointers

Tim Stanton vs. Atlantic 1987

Terry Colpitts vs. Clarinda 1988

Huge Third Quarter Lifts Atlantic Over Glenwood

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Tonight Glenwood was defeated at home by the Atlantic Trojans. Atlantic now 5-1 in the conference scored 28 points in the third quarter to help them get the 68-62 win over Glenwood. Scott Leonard and Garrett Franken were big in the Trojans win. Leonard scored a team high 22 points while Franken finished with 21 after only scoring 4 points in the first half. Glenwood was led by Junior Nate Mohr who finished with 32 points. Glenwood and Atlantic both played well through out the night. Glenwood made four key stops in a row during the fourth but couldn't convert on the offensive end.

Glenwood vs. Atlantic Double Header Preview

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Tonight Atlantic will drive into town for a double header in basketball. The varsity girls will start at 6:00 pm and the boys will follow.

Glenwood vs. Atlantic Girls Varsity

Records

Atlantic 0-11

Glenwood 1-8

Points Per Game

Atlantic- Catherine Leonard 10.4, Baylee Newell 6.6, McKenna DenBeste 5.9, McKenzie Waters,4.5 Ally Anderson 3.1

Glenwood- Nikki Schuppan 10.7, Danielle Hardcastle 7.5, Brooklyn Taylor 7.2, Brielle Smith 6.8, Baylee Baker 5.3

Knights Win in OT Despite Mohr's 33

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Tonight the Rams hosted Carroll Kuemper and the game was as good as advertised. Both offenses started out slow and the game was tied after the first quarter 9-9. A twenty one point quarter for the Rams gave them the lead at halftime 30-25 over the Kuemper Knights. The second half was the Nate Mohr (for Glenwood) and Matt Dentlinger (for Carroll Kuemper) show. Both players stepped up and made huge shots on the offensive end to end regulation tied at 59 a piece. Kuemper started overtime with a 9-0 run and the Rams could not come back from that early hole.

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