Glenwood Wrestling Districts Round One Update

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Cael Cox won by Fall 2:22 over Dalton Bell (Glenwood)

Bell will wrestle Riece Graham of Perry next



Nick Miller won by Fall 1:27 over Tyler Huey (Glenwood)

Tyler Huey won on the backside of the bracket with a bye

Tyler Huey will wrestle Caden Neuman of CARR for fifth



Ryker Case (Glenwood) will wrestle Derek Anderson of Ankeny


Class 3A District 8 Wrestling Weight Class Preview

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Glenwood was selected to Class 3A District 8 this season. The Rams join Ames, Carroll, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Norwalk, Perry and Waukee. Glenwood will travel to Waukee on Saturday as the wrestlers will try to qualify for individual state. In order to qualify for the individual state tournament the wrestler must finish first or second place at districts.


*Rankings from The Predicament (Feb 7th, 2018)


Rams Fall at Regional Team Dual Finals

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Last night Glenwood traveled to Southeast Polk for Class 3A Regional Team Duals.


#11 Glenwood (14-2) took on #24 Indianola (11-8) in the first dual. Glenwood won 64-9 over Indianola. The Rams recorded seven wins by Fall. Brett Mower set the tone early with a Fall over Hunter VanderWaal in 55 seconds at 160 lbs. Glenwood also had Cole Mayberry, Kenny Lampman, Isaac Bales, Caleb Sanders, Trevor Anderson and Jordan Renshaw get wins by Fall.

Koehler Wins Iowa USA Wrestling State Championship While Powerhouse Girls Wrestling Club Brings Home Trophy

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This weekend Glenwood youth wrestlers competed at the Iowa USA Wrestling State Championships held at the US Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Kamilla Phillippus finished third in the PeeWee division. Sophia Carnes finished fourth in the Intermediate division. These girls also contributed towards the Powerhouse Girls Wrestling Club first ever Girls Team Trophy. Congratulations girls! The Powerhouse Girls Wrestling Club is coached by Jessica Phillippus.

Great Team Effort Gives Glenwood H-10 Tournament Title

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For the first time since 2006 the Hawkeye Ten Wrestling Tournament trophy has landed in the hands of Glenwood. Saturday the Rams put together one of their best days of the season by scoring 237.5 team points. Glenwood’s 237.5 points was enough to win the tournament by 36.5 points. Creston finished second with 201 while Lewis Central finished third with 195 team points.


Rams Gear Up for Conference Tournament

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    The wrestling team has wrapped up its regular season schedule and now prepares for the postseason. The Rams finished with an overall dual record of 16-3 and 8-2 in the Hawkeye Ten. Those eight wins were good enough to put the Rams in third place in the conference standings behind Creston and Atlantic, who shared a conference dual title.

    While a dual season championship was a goal that head coach Brad Asche and his Rams had a the beginning of the year, they are putting the third place finish behind them and looking forward to the weeks ahead.

Glenwood Closes Out Regular Season with Wins Over Kuemper and Denison

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Last night Glenwood hosted Carroll Kuemper and Denison on Senior night. The Rams wrestled well and picked up two wins to end their regular season at 16-3 (8-2 conference). Glenwood first defeated Kuemper by a score of 70-12. The Rams would then defeat Denison with a shutout score 82-0.


Glenwood 70 Kuemper 12

170 Brett Mower (Glenwood) won by Fall 1:22 over Chad Martin

182 Anthony Sherry (Glenwood) won by forfeit

195 Kenny Lampman (Glenwood) won by forfeit

Glenwood Wrestling Results vs. Atlantic and Clarinda

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Glenwood vs. Atlantic

Final 42-33 Atlantic


106 Joe Weaver won by Fall 1:07 over Dalton Bell (Glenwood)

113 Aybren Moore won by Fall 4:24 over Tyler Huey (Glenwood)

120 Steele McLaren won by Fall 3:43 over Ryker Case (Glenwood)

126 Kole Hansen won by Fall over Dalton Book (Glenwood)

132 Brian Krewson (Glenwood) won by Fall 5:32 over Benard MCGee

Koehler Brings Home the Winter Nationals Champion Belt

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Glenwood youth wrestler Mason Koehler competed in the 2018 Winter Nationals this weekend. The event was held at the Ralston Arena in Nebraska. Koehler finished in first place at 120 and got to bring home the CHAMPIONSHIP BELT. Mason also competed in the 130 bracket where he went 2-1 on the weekend.


Congratulations Mason! Keep up the hard work.


Go Rams!



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