Boy's Basketball

Glenwood @ Lewis Central Preview

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Tonight the 2-0 Glenwood Rams will make the quick trip to Council Bluffs and take on the 2-0 Lewis Central Titans. Lewis Central has defeated Denison 68-41 and Red Oak 58-22 this season. Lewis Central has four straight home games to open the season and it should help the Titans in this rival match up. Both teams are coming off wins on Friday and have short turn arounds. Tonight the game will count towards their conference records. (Yes, not every game Glenwood plays this season will count towards their conference record even if they are playing a conference opponent.)

Boys/Girls Hawkeye 10 Basketball Standings

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Hawkeye Ten Boys Basketball Standings

Atlantic 2-0 overall, 1-0 conference

Glenwood 2-0 overall, 1-0 conference

Carroll Kuemper 2-0 overall, 1-0 conference

Lewis Central 2-0 overall, 1-0 conference

Harlan 1-0 overall, 1-0 conference

Denison 0-2 overall

Shenandoah 1-1 overall, 0-1 conference

Creston 1-2 overall, 0-1 conference

Clarinda 0-2 overall, 0-1 conference

Red Oak 0-2 overall, 0-1 conference

St. Albert 0-2 overall, 0-1 conference

 

Glenwood Dance Takes Third at State

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Today the Glenwood Dance Team competed in the Iowa Dance State Championships. The girls danced well and finished third place with their Hip Hop routine. They also received a Division 1 rating with their Pom routine. Congrats Glenwood Dance Team!

Glenwood Dancers from left to right in the picture:

Calla Denton, Alyssa Dubas, Candace Finn, Megan Anderson, Ruby Crow, Lauren Mitchell, and Arianna Springer

 

Way to go girls!

Rams Roll at Home 64-44 Over Creston

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Tonight the Rams defeated Creston 64-44 at home. Andrew Blum was the leading scorer and Nate Mohr was the second leading scorer. Glenwood played great the entire game and looked impressive on their second game of the season. Full stats and recap will come tomorrow. Tonight you can watch the highlight of the game below! GO Rams!

 

8th Boys Basketball Stays Undefeated with Tough Defense

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The boys 8th grade Ram basketball team took their unbeaten record to Kirn Jr. High yesterday for what turned out to be the toughest game of the season, only winning by 3 points in the end, 42-39. Glenwood took the floor against a very disciplined Kirn team, and played well in the first half, going into the break with a double-digit lead.

16th Annual Breakfast with Santa

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REACH/SADD and the YMCA is having their 16th annual Breakfast with Santa this Saturday, December 3rd.

Location: Mills County YMCA

Time: 8:30-10:30

Cost: $5 dollars (Ages 12 and up), $3 dollars (Ages 2-11)

FREE for children under the age of 2

 

BREAKFAST! GAMES! PUPPETS! SANTA!

8th Grade Rams Off to 6-0 Start

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Coach Berke's Recap- The 8th grade boys basketball team improved to 6-0 for the season last night with a 47-20 victory over the Red Oak Tigers. Lopsided from the get-go, the Rams led by as many as 32 points in the 3rd quarter thanks to patient offensive play and hard-nosed man defense.

Glenwood Drops 71 in Win at Thomas Jefferson

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Tonight the boys basketball team traveled on the road to take on Thomas Jefferson. Glenwood won the game 71-53 against T.J. to pick up the win on the season opener. The Rams jumped out to an early lead and led the Yellow Jackets 17-11 after the first quarter. Early fouls by Andrew Blum gave him limited playing time in the first half but the young Rams played well and went into half leading 38-25.  Junior Nate Kennedy was the leading scorer at halftime with 12 (three 3's). A fifteen point third quarter by the Yellow Jackets cut the Ram lead to nine after three quarters of play.

8th Grade Rams Stay Hot Defeat Shenandoah

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Coach Berke's recap vs. Shenandoah-

The 4-0 8th grade Rams boys basketball team played host to the Mustangs from Shenandoah last night in a game that proved to be a mismatch from the beginning. Glenwood jumped out to a 10 point lead in the first 6 minutes and never looked back, leading by 18 at the half and ending up winning the game with a comfortable 28 point victory.  Final score of the game was 50-22 in favor of the Rams.  That victory increases their record to an unbeaten 5-0.

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