Three Rams Play in River Battle Bowl

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Saturday three Rams played in the second annual River Battle Bowl held at CB Stadium in Council Bluffs. Team Iowa won the game defeating Team Nebraska by a score of 31-7. Glenwood's QB Kolten Wilwerding threw a touchdown pass to Urbandale's Tavien Gardner for 79 yards. Lineman Mitch Stanley and Wide receiver Mavrick Decker also played in the River Battle Bowl for Iowa. Great win Team Iowa!


For more information about the River Battle Bowl you can click the link below.


Four Rams Earn All-State Football Honors

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The Iowa Newspaper Association has announced their 2016 Class 3A All-State Football Team. Four Rams have made the different teams. Junior Caleb Sanders earned First Team for his performance on the defensive line. Senior Cole Loeffelbein earned First Team as a utility position. Senior Mavrick Decker earned Second Team for his performance at wide receiver. Senior Mitch Stanley earned Third Team for this performance on the defensive line.


Way to go boys, GO RAMS!


2016 3A District 7 All District Football Team

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Glenwood Rams who made the teams.

First Team Offense

Mavrick Decker- Rec/TE

Caleb Sanders- Lineman

Kolten Wilwerding- Offensive At-Large

First Team Defense

Mitch Stanley- Lineman

Cole Loeffelbein- Lineman

Jon Stavas- Linebacker

Nate Nebel- DB

Second Team Offense

Jake Clark- RB

Second Team Defense

Andrew Blum- Defensive At-Large

Honorable Mention Offensive

Dillon Wiser- Lineman

Nine Rams Make H-10 Football and Cheerleading All Academic Team

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The 2016 Hawkeye Ten Football and Cheerleading All Academic Team was announced. The criteria to qualify for the team was to be a Senior letter winner that has attained a cumulative 3.5 GPA during their high school career. The Rams had nine student athletes qualify and make the team!



Alexis Gustin

Taylor Kuhl

Alysa Jensen

Haley Palmer

Nicole Smith


Seth Little

Cole Loeffelbein

Nate Nebel

Jon Stavas



Webster City Ends Glenwood's Historic Season

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The day started early when the town held a send off for the Glenwood Football team Thursday. The team and hundreds of fans would then start the four hour journey to the UNI-Dome. The Rams took on Webster City in the semi-final round of the State of Iowa Football Playoffs. A low scoring defensive battle went in favor of Webster City's way. Glenwood lost 6-3 and end their season with a record of 9-3.

Ram Cheer Places 4th at State

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Ram Cheer placed 4th in the Timeout Division at the Iowa State Cheer Competition in 3A/4A. The girls did a great job and showed great competition against many bigger schools. Glenwood's Stunt Division of Sami Miller, Alysa Jensen, Taylor Kuhl, Haley Palmer, and Nicole Smith finished fifth overall.

Way to go girls! Keep up the great work, GO RAMS!


Pictured here:

Back row left to right : Trinity Harris, Alexis Gustin, Nicole Smith , Taylor Kuhl, Alysa Jensen , Ariel Blackwell, Sami Miller

Information for the Semi-Final Football Game

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Semi-Finals of Class 3A State Football Playoffs Thursday November 10th, 2016

Address- 2501 Hudson Rd, Cedar Falls, IA 50614

9-2 Glenwood vs. 10-1 Webster City

Kickoff at 5:36 p.m.

Tickets will be $10.00 for the semi-final game and can be purchased at the UNI-Dome.  (You may also purchase tickets online at UNI Ticket Office.

*Gates will open one hour prior to kickoff.

Parking in or around the UNI-Dome will be $5.00.

Glenwood will be the visiting team and will sit on the west side of the bleachers.



Rams Knock Off Undefeated Carroll 30-27

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The Glenwood Rams battled the Carroll Tigers all night and won the game on a 41 yard field goal by Seth Little with 15 seconds to go, 30-27.  The game was a test between the Ram running  game behind their outstanding offensive line and Carroll's big play ability.  Little, who had missed 2 extra points, was named player of the game as he blocked a extra point kick and then came up huge down the stretch defensively knocking down several pass attempts from his defensive back position.  Carroll scored on a 41 yard pass, a 46 yard run, a 99 yard kick off return, and a 68 yard


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