Volleyball

Rams Pick Up Huge Road Win

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Last night the Rams picked up a huge win by defeating Shenandoah on the road. The Rams defeated the Fillies 3-1 which brings their conference record to 2-1. After dropping the first set, the Rams rallied off three straight set wins. Sierra Stouder had another great performance. Stouder recorded twelve kills, seven digs, and was 15-16 on serves. Abbi Decker was second in kills with ten while Paige Hays was third with seven. Sophomore Cera Gray lead the team in assists with twenty eight. The Rams are now 7-10 on the season and will travel to Denison next Tuesday.

 

Hawkeye Ten Volleyball Standings

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Varsity Girls Volleyball

1. Carroll Kuemper 8-0 overall 2-0 in conference

2. Clarinda 13-3 overall 1-0 in the conference

3. Lewis Central 6-4 overall 1-0 in the conference

4. Harlan 5-7 overall 1-0 in the conference

5. Red Oak 8-5 overall 1-1 in the conference

6. Denison 6-6 overall 1-1 in the conference

7. Glenwood 6-10 overall 1-1 in the conference

8. St. Albert 6-1 overall 0-1 in the conference

9. Atlantic 3-9 overall 0-1 in the conference

10. Creston 3-3 overall 0-1 in the conference

11. Shenandoah 6-6 overall 0-2 in the conference

Ram Volleyball Results from Trojan Tournament

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Saturday the Rams traveled to Atlantic for the Trojan Tournament. St. Albert was crowned champions after going 5-0 and defeating Atlantic, Winterset, Glenwood, Treynor, and Underwood. The Rams finished the tournament with a record of 2-3.  The Rams are now 6-10 overall and 1-1 in the conference.

 

Scores

St. Albert 21-12, 21-13 Glenwood

Treynor 21-15, 21-16 Glenwood

Underwood 13-21, 21-16, 15-9 Glenwood

Glenwood 18-21, 21-13, 15-8 Atlantic

Glenwood 21-16, 21-16 Winterset

Tigers Take Down Ram Volleyball

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Last night the Ram volleyball team hosted the Red Oak Tigers. Red Oak was red hot from the start and never cooled off. The Tigers would defeat the Rams in straight sets 0-3. The set scores were 13-25, 11-25, and 10-25. Red Oak Tiger Sierra Athen was the player of the match recording nine kills, seventeen digs, and three blocks. Glenwood's Sierra Stouder was awarded the Glenwood State Bank player of the game with four kills, six digs, and 4/5 on serves. The Rams now 4-7 will head to Atlantic this Saturday for the Trojan Tournament.

Good luck ladies! GO RAMS!

 

 

Ram Volleyball Sweeps Atlantic

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Last night the Rams swept the Trojans at their home opener 3-0. The girls fought hard after trailing in both the first and second sets. The third set was all Glenwood as they won easily. Rams won 25-23, 25-21, and 25-12 over the 3-4 Atlantic Trojans. Sierra Stouder lead the team in kills with 25. Tara Maxwell was second in kills with 22. Sierra Stouder and Tara Maxwell lead the team in digs with 13 and 11. Next up for the Rams will be Tuesday vs. Red Oak.

 

Volleyball Stats After Nine Games

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Overall Record 3-6

Next Opponent- Home vs. Atlantic (3-3)

Team Leaders in Stats

Kills

Sierra Stouder 35

Tara Maxwell 26

Briele Smith 25

Paige Hays 18

Abbi Decker 17

Aces

Sierra Stouder 11

Emily Todd 8

Brielle Smith 7

Tara Maxwell 7

Abbi Decker 4

 

Assists

Emily Todd 114

Sierra Stouder 6

Cameron Rounds 4

Tara Maxwell 4

 

Cyclone Invitational Results

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Saturday the Ram volleyball team traveled to Harlan and played in the Cyclone Invitational. In their first match the Rams played Abraham Lincoln and was defeated 16-21, 21-15, and 15-4. The Rams then went on to beat Logan Magnolia 8-21,21-19, and 15-7. After the re-pool the Rams lost back to back matches vs. Treynor and Harlan. Glenwood would then drop down to the bronze pool and was defeated by Underwood and Logan-Magnolia in straight sets.

Scores for Saturday

*Bolded teams won

Pool C

Ram Volleyball Goes 2-1 at Triangular

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Last night the Glenwood volleyball team played their first matches of the year at a triangular dual. The Rams went 2-1 on the night. Glenwood got wins over MVAO (21-8 and 21-15) and Thomas Jefferson (21-17 and 21-16) before falling in a close match to Tri-Center! The girls will have their home opener next week which is one of only five home matches this season. Come out and support the girls.

 

GO Rams!

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