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Haggstrom's 37 Leads Ram Golf Over St. Albert

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Yesterday the Rams won their eighth dual of the season by defeating St. Albert at Fox Run Golf Course. Glenwood scored a 159 while St. Albert finished with a 217. Senior Zach Haggstrom shot one over par (37) to be the medalist on the day. Ryan Leath finished second with a round of 39. Glenwood would also take scores from Eli Bales (41) and Nick Stavas (42).

Glenwood Golf is now 8-0 in duals and will host Clarinda on Monday. Great scores Glenwood!

Glenwood Scores

Zach Haggstrom 37

Ryan Leath 39

Eli Bales 41

Nick Stavas 42

Colton Book 43

Ram Golf Remains Undefeated in Duals After Win over Shenandoah

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On Tuesday Ram Golf defeated Shenandoah 154 to 164. This gives Glenwood their seventh dual win of the season.  Glenwood Golf now has sixteen straight dual season wins. Ryan Leath and Colton Book were the medalist in Shenandoah. Both Leath and Book shot 37. The Rams also took scores from Zach Haggstrom (39) and Eli Bales (41). Glenwood is playing at a high level right now and they continue to post some of the best scores in the state. The Rams will be a tough out when postseason comes around!

Ram Golf Wins Triangular

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Yesterday the Ram Golf Team hosted a triangular tournament with Plattsmouth and Nebraska City. Glenwood won the triangular with a score of 154. Plattsmouth got second with 198 and Nebraska City finished third with 191.

 

Glenwood Scores

Ryan Leath 36 (Medalist)

Nick Stavas 38 (Runner Up)

Zach Haggstrom 40

Colton Book 40

Eli Bales 40

Kris Yakes 46
 

Girls Golf Finished Second at Heartland Christian Golf Invite

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Yesterday the girls golf team traveled to Council Bluffs and played in the 2017 Heartland Christian Golf Invite. Glenwood played well and finished second. Glenwood scored a 407 (18 holes) and was only two shots back from the first place team (Boyer Valley).

Glenwood's Gerret Reich was the Heartland Christian Christian Tournament Champion with a round of 89. Brittnee White and Allie Hundt tied for fifth place with rounds of 103.

Glenwood set three records on the day.

1. Garret Reich set a new individual record for the back nine with a round of 41.

Ram Golf Wins Triangular at Harlan

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Yesterday the Rams traveled to Harlan, Iowa and took on the Cyclones and Knights. The Rams shot lights out and came away with the victory over Harlan and Carroll Kuemper. Glenwood scored a 159 while Kuemper came in second with a 162. Harlan finished third with a team score of 167. Jared Tigges of Kuemper was the top medalist with a score of 37. Colton Book of Glenwood was the second medalist with a 39 (won the tiebreaker by scorecard).

Ram Golf Sweeps Red Oak

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Coach Joyner's recap on Glenwood's win over Red Oak

"The Rams traveled to Red Oak Monday for a match against the host Tigers. Glenwood came away victorious 165-210. The JV won their match 186-294 and the Rams reserves shot a 210." said Coach Joyner

 

Ram Golf Finished Second at Shenandoah Invite

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Glenwood traveled to Shenandoah yesterday for the Shenandoah Invite. The Rams finished in second place with a 307. Atlantic won the tournament with a team score of 292. Sophomore Ryan Leath was Glenwood's top finisher with a round of 73. Leath finished fourth in the tournament overall. Colton Book (76) and Eli Bales (77) placed them both in the top 15 earning ninth and eleventh place overall.

 

Ram Golf Begins Season with a Victory

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Coach Joyner's recap on the boys win over Lewis Central

 

The Glenwood Boy's Varsity was victorious over the Lewis Central Titans 159-189 on a blustery, cold April day. The conditions were less than ideal for playing good golf, but we're excited to get back out there and competing. We didn't hit our goal for the day, but saw some great individual performances. Colton Book's 37 earned him medalist honors with Kris Yakes edging out Pierce Harrington for medalist runner-up with 40s.

 

Rhodes Ends Great Golf Career at the State Tournament

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Coach Joyner's recap-

Is there a better way to end a career than at a state tournament? Kobe has meant a great deal to Glenwood golf the past 4 years and I thank him for his contributions. 

On Thursday, Kobe struggled to get off the tee and it seemed like he hit every single tree on the course. I'm really proud of the way he fought through the day. He played really well around the green, but needed 1 putts for pars only hitting 3 greens all day. He finished the day +10, 82 in a tie for 25th.

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