• Glenwood Cross Country Ranked in 3A
  • Palmer, Lorimor Selected to ICCA All-State Cheerleading Team
  • JV Volleyball Wins, Freshman and Varsity Falls at Kuemper
  • Glenwood JV Football Finishes Year Off Undefeated
  • Rams Run Over Winterset

Glenwood Cross Country Ranked in 3A

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The Iowa Association of Track Coaches new ranking are out and the Rams are ranked in the top 15. The boys team is ranked number 13th in 3A. The Rams are the only team in the Hawkeye 10 to be ranked in the top 15. The girls team is listed as a "team to watch" in 3A by the coaches.

Congrats Glenwood, keep it going!

Boys 3A

1. Mount Vernon-Lisbon

2. Grinnell

3. Mount Pleasant

4. Dallas Center-Grimes

5. Gilbert

6. Pella

7. Decorah

8. Dubuque Wahlert

9. Marion

10. Carlisle

11. Humboldt

Palmer, Lorimor Selected to ICCA All-State Cheerleading Team

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Glenwood's Abby Lorimor and Haley Palmer were selected to the 2016-17 All- State Squad by the Iowa Cheerleading Coaches' Association. The team will perform during the IHSAA Boys State Basketball Tournament. Lorimor and Palmer will perform during half time of the Friday basketball games in Des Moines.

Congrats girls and keep up the good work! GO RAMS!

JV Volleyball Wins, Freshman and Varsity Falls at Kuemper

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Last night the Ram Volleyball Team traveled on the road and took on the number one team in the Hawkeye Ten Carroll Kuemper. The freshman team lost 25-15 and 25-17. The girls finished their season with a record of 17-7. Glenwood's JV defeated Kuemper 25-22 and 29-27 and never missed a single serve. The girls now have a record of 24-2 overall. Glenwood's varsity played a tough team and was defeated 0-3 on the night. Kuemper defeated Glenwood 25-19, 25-3, and 25-14. Sierra Stouder finished with a team high 8 kills and served 6-6 from the service line.

Coach Howard's Recap from Volleyball Triangular

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The 8th grade volleyball girls came to an official end of their season on Friday, Oct. 17 in a Triangular with Wilson and Kirn at A.L. The A and B teams were both successful in the tourney, both winning their pools and coming out with 1st place.  The A team easily handled Wilson with scores of: 25-7, 25-11.  The B team had success as well with scores of: 25-19, 25-18 in two.  The next round against Kirn was also Glenwood’s with A scores of: 25-10, 25-12 in two.  The B team also beat Kirn with scores of: 25-11, 25-5 in easily handled sets.

Rams Run Over Winterset

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Friday night the Glenwood Rams bounced back from their loss and defeated Winterset 21-2. Glenwood is now 6-2 on the season and 4-2 in the district. Cole Loeffelbein was the player of the game with two touchdowns and rushed for 109 yards on 27 carries. Glenwood's defense caused three fumbles with Nate Nebel running one back for a 18 yard touchdown. Isaac Bales and Jon Stavas recovered the other two fumbles. Glenwood will travel to ADM on Friday for their last regular season game.


Four Girls Make Cross Country All H-10 Conference Teams

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Four girls on Glenwood's cross country team have been named to teams on the All Hawkeye Ten Teams. Aubrey McIntyre was awarded first team Hawkeye Ten. Lacey Jackson and Kate Kaufman were named to second team Hawkeye Ten. Haley Palmer was awarded honorable mention Hawkeye Ten. 

Congrats girls on making the All Hawkeye Ten Conference teams!

Glenwood vs. Winterset Preview

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Tomorrow the 5-2 Rams will travel on the road to battle fellow District 7 opponent Winterset. Winterset is 2-5 on the season but are coming off a big win over Harlan on the road 47-21. Noah Larson is the quarterback and has thrown for six touchdowns while rushing for three. Brad Benshoof is their leading rusher on the season with six touchdowns on 120 carries. Benshoof has rushed for 836 yards with his longest going for thirty two yards. Tyler Van Pelt has caught the most touchdowns on the season with three and is the second leading receiver with 167 yards.

Ram Cross Country Crowned Champs

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Tonight the Ram Cross Country Teams raced in the Hawkeye Ten Cross Country Championships. The girls finished third overall and the boys team was crowned Hawkeye Ten Conference Champions! The boys finished first with 61 team points and averaged 17:33.84. Parson Covington finished highest for the Rams in fifth place. Mason Parks also finished in the top ten at ninth. Sam McIntyre finished fourteenth and Andrew Mullennax finished fifteenth. Richard Rounds finished eighteenth while Dillon McIntyre finished twenty seventh and Nathan Hughes finished thirty first.


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