Boy's Basketball

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.

A Fire Alam was the Only Thing to Slow Down Glenwood's Offense in Win at Red Oak

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Glenwood traveled to Red Oak tonight for their last game before heading into Christmas break. The Rams started off with a 5-2 lead over the Tigers and then the fire alarm was set off sending players and fans off the court. The all clear sign was given and the Rams would play their most complete game of the season defeating Red Oak 89-42.

 

Hawkeye Ten Boys Basketball Statistics

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Points Per Game

Parker Badding (Senior Carroll Kuemper) 23.7

Christian Stanislav (Junior Glenwood) 18.2

Shane Chamberlain (Senior Harlan) 17.2

Evan Jacobson (Senior Creston) 16.7

Scott Leonard (Senior Atlantic) 16.0

 

Rebounds Per Game

Goanar Biliew (Sophomore Denison) 9.7

Matt Fagan (Senior St. Albert) 9.6

Andrew Blum (Senior Glenwood) 9.5

JR Rams Basketball Tournament

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Glenwood will host their annual JR. Rams Basketball Tournament soon! All tournaments will start at 8:00 AM at the Glenwood Community High School (504 E Sharp St, Glenwood, IA 51534).

 

Dates:

5th and 6th Grade Girls and Boys - January 6th

3rd and 4th Grade Girls and Boys - February 3rd

7th and 8th Grade Girls and Boys - February 3rd

 

Time:

8:00 AM start for ALL tournaments

8th Grade Basketball Close Out Season vs. Clarinda

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Coach Berke's Recap- The 8th grade boys basketball team closed out their season last night with a trip down South to take on the Cardinals from Clarinda.  Leading at half by one point, the Rams thought felt they had control of the game.  Clarinda had a different plan, as they came out hot, scoring 29 points in the second half and pestering Glenwood with a half court trap.  Glenwood couldn’t answer, and ended up losing the contest 42-25, ending the 2017 season with a 5-8 record.

Coach Berke's Recap vs. Red Oak

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The 8th grade boys dropped to 5-6 last night with their second loss of the season to the Red Oak Tigers.  Final score of the game was 39-27.

The Rams played great defense the entire game, keeping the game within reach for most of the contest.  Some unfortunate turnovers and missed opportunities forced Glenwood to have to foul late in the 4th quarter.  The Tigers managed to convert on many of those free throw opportunities and get some costly offensive rebounds, causing Red Oak to pull away late and snag a 12-point victory.

Rams Soar Past the Trojans

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Glenwood looked like the number two ranked team in Class 3A Tuesday as they rolled past Atlantic 64-31. The Rams remain undefeated (5-0) on the season after their revenge win over Atlantic. Christian Stanislav was awarded the Player of the Game as he lead the Rams in scoring with seventeen points. Senior forward Andrew Blum also has a stellar performance by once again recording a double/double on the night.

Rams Win Battle of the Undefeated

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Saturday night Glenwood hosted the 3-0 St. Albert Falcons in a battle of two undefeated Hawkeye Ten teams. The Rams won 64-56 after a great second half performance. Andrew Blum was the player of the game as he lead the Rams with eighteen points. Blum hit big shots in the third quarter to help Glenwood come back against the Falcons. Christian Stanislav and Nate Mohr both scored seventeen points a piece for Glenwood.

8th Grade Rams Picked Up Fifth Win Against Creston

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Coach Berke's Recap: The 8th grade boys basketball team took their 4-5 record on the road to Creston last evening to take on the Panthers in a game that was slow to get going.  The Rams were plagued in the first quarter with turnovers, missed shots, and lackluster defense.  Fortunately, the same was true for Creston as the first quarter saw only 6 points scored in total for both teams, and by halftime the score was a fairly unimpressive 11-6 in favor of the Rams.

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