• 2017 Volleyball Schedule
  • 2017 Football Schedule
  • Ram Baseball Ends Season at 19-13
  • Five Rams Earn All Conference
  • Rams End Regular Season with Win Over North

2017 Volleyball Schedule

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August 24th - Triangular at Thomas Jefferson 5:00PM

August 26th - Tournament at Harlan 9:00AM

August 31st - Match at Atlantic 7:15PM

 

September 5th - Match at Red Oak 7:15PM

September 9th - Tournament at Atlantic 7:00AM
September 12th - Match vs. Shenandoah 7:15PM

September 19th - Match vs. Denison 7:15PM

September 26th - Match at Abraham Lincoln 7:15PM

2017 Football Schedule

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2017 Glenwood Football Schedule

August 25th - Home vs. Abraham Lincoln 7:30PM

September 1st - At Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 7:00PM 

September 8th - At Carroll 7:30PM

September 15th - Home vs. Harlan 7:30PM 

September 22nd - At Denison 7:30PM

September 29th - Home vs. Atlantic (Homecoming) 7:30PM 

October 6th - At Creston 7:30PM

October 13th - Home vs. Winterset 7:30PM 

October 20th - Home vs. A.D.M. 7:30PM

Ram Baseball Ends Season at 19-13

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Glenwood lost to Denison 2-1 on Friday to end their season at 19-13 overall. The Monarch’s scored two runs in the sixth inning to knock off the Rams on the road. Glenwood recorded six hits on the night but only scored one run in the top of the seventh.

 

Thanks to all the Seniors (Mavrick Decker, Jake King, Cole Loeffelbein and AJ Slaughter) for everything you have done for the program!

 

Five Rams Earn All Conference

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Five Ram Softball Athletes earned spots on the 2017 Hawkeye Ten All-Conference Team. Senior Sara Ingoldsby and Sophomore Brielle Smith earned First Team. Sophomore Sydney Biermann and Sophomore Brooklyn Taylor earned Second Team. Sophomore Cameron Rounds earned Honorable Mention.

 

1st Team

Sara Ingoldsby (Senior) Catcher/Right Field *Unanimous Selection

Brielle Smith (Sophomore) Center Field *Unanimous Selection

 

2nd Team

Rams End Regular Season with Win Over North

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Last night the Rams ended their baseball regular season with a 8-7 win over Sioux City North. Senior AJ Slaughter received the win for Glenwood. Sophomore Colton Schutte went 2-4 from the plate. Schutte hit one homerun while driving in four RBIs on the night. The Rams scored their eight runs on ten hits.  

 

The Rams finished 19-12 overall and will now move onto post season play. Glenwood will host Denison on Friday for the first round of regionals.

 

Runs Scored

Rams Will Face the Titans in Round One of Regionals Tonight

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Tonight the Glenwood Softball Team will travel to Council Bluffs and take on Lewis Central. The Rams will play the Titans in the first round of Class 4A Regionals. Glenwood is 19-14 on the season while Lewis Central is 30-9-1. Lewis Central defeated the Rams twice this year.

 

Game back on June 8th

Lewis Central 2 Glenwood 1

 

Ram Baseball and Softball Update

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Ram Baseball 13-9

 

Glenwood 6 Shenandoah 4

Pierce Harrington was awarded the wing after pitching three innings and only allowing one run off two hits. The Rams scored three runs in both the first and fifth innings. Sophomore Cade Van Ness went 3-4 from the plate and drove in two runs. Glenwood scored five of their runs off RBIs.

 

Hits - 7

Runs - 6

RBIs - 5

 

Glenwood 4 Thomas Jefferson 11

Slaughter Strikes Out 13 in Win Over Atlantic

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Last night Glenwood Senior AJ Slaughter recorded thirteen strikeouts in Glenwood’s 7-0 win at Atlantic. Slaughter gave up zero runs on three hits and three walks in six innings. The Rams scored their seven runs off seven RBIs. Dax Lappala went 2-4 at the plate while scoring two runs and recorded one RBI. Glenwood’s win is their fifth straight victory (Clear Lake, Red Oak, Red Oak, Clarinda and Atlantic). The Rams are now 12-7 on the season and will travel to Sioux City East Friday.

Glenwood Picked Up Two Road Wins at Red Oak

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Glenwood 5 Red Oak 0

Game one went to Cole Loeffelbein on the mound while Slaughter, Harrington and Holiday all pitched for the Rams. Loeffelbein went 2-2 from the plate as Glenwood scored all five runs in the eighth inning. Andrew Holiday and Loeffelbein both recorded two RBIs in game one.

 

Stats

Hits - 3

Runs - 5

RBIs - 4

 

 

Glenwood 19 Red Oak 6

Smith Homers Twice as Glenwood Sweeps the Tigers

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Sophomore Brielle Smith had the hot bat last night by hitting two home runs in the victories over Red Oak. Glenwood won the first game 12-6 and the second 6-3. Abi Schultz, Brielle Smith (2) and Sydney Biermann hit home runs for the Rams. Glenwood is now second in the Hawkeye Ten Conference with a record of 10-2 and 16-5 overall. Next up for the Rams will be Clarinda tonight in Glenwood.

 

Keep it up Glenwood, GO RAMS!!

 

 

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