• Glenwood's Coaches vs. Cancer Pink Out
  • Cardinals Will Give Lady Rams Opportunity to Show Improvement
  • Where Does Ram Basketball Stand After Five Game Streak?
  • Sherry, Sanders Both Crowned Champions of Ed Winger Classic
  • Ed Winger Classic Will Have Tough Competition For Rams

Glenwood's Coaches vs. Cancer Pink Out

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Tomorrow night Glenwood High School is hosting Coaches vs. Cancer and Pink Out during the basketball games. From 4:00-8:30 pm Glenwood will have "Be The Match" to try and find matches for those in need of bone marrow or stem cell transplants. 1-540 people could be a possible match. (very low)

Show up at Glenwood High School tomorrow and the Glenwood staff will help you fill out a registration form and do a simple cheek swab for those between the ages of 18-44.

Cardinals Will Give Lady Rams Opportunity to Show Improvement

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Tomorrow night Glenwood will host Clarinda for a match up where both teams are 1-7 in the conference. Clarinda will come to town with a record of 3-11. Like Glenwood, the Cardinals are a young team. The top three scorers for Clarinda are Juniors and a Sophomore. Back on January third the Cardinals defeated the Lady Rams by one point. Sophomore Aliyah St. Romain as the leading scorer for Clarinda. St. Romain scored sixteen of the forty eight points. Sophomore Taylor Wedemeyer and Junior Maddie Hartley also played well for the Cardinals.

Where Does Ram Basketball Stand After Five Game Streak?

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Tomorrow night Glenwood Boys Basketball will be looking for their sixth straight win. The boys host Clarinda on Tuesday night after the conclusion of the girls game. During their five game win streak, the Rams have averaged 71 points per game. Ball movement and defensive intensity are two areas where Glenwood has excelled as of late to help with their five game streak.

Sherry, Sanders Both Crowned Champions of Ed Winger Classic

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A tournament that consisted 61 ranked wrestlers (6 top ten teams) in the state and Glenwood's Anthony Sherry and Caleb Sanders both come away crowned Champions! Anthony Sherry won the Ed Winger Classic at 182 lbs with a major decision 17-8 over Sherwood. Sherwood was undefeated heading into this match. Caleb Sanders defeated Nathan McDonald of Waukee 9-5 in the 285 lbs finals. Both these victories were huge heading into the final couple weeks of the regular season. Zach Haggstrom pinned Andrew Woock of Des Moines Roosevelt in 1:38. Congrats Zach on your third place finish.

Ed Winger Classic Will Have Tough Competition For Rams

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The Ed Winger Classic begins tomorrow at nine in the morning located in Urbandale. The tournament will consist of six ranked teams in 3A along with 61 individuals who are ranked in the state of Iowa.  You can watch this tournament live on TrackWrestling for $9.99 (they won't provide archives).

Top ranked teams that will participate tomorrow

All teams ranked below are 3A

#1 Southeast Polk

#2 Valley, West Des Moines

#6 Glenwood

#7 Dowling Catholic

#9 Indianola

Ram Wrestling Splits with Trojans and Cardinals

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A late comeback for Atlantic lifted the Trojans over the Rams 42-30. The Class 2A 4th ranked team won the battle of the two top notch programs in the Hawkeye Ten. Glenwood would bounce back and defeat Clarinda 58-22 in their second match of the night.

Glenwood vs. Clarinda

138

Dakota Foster (Clarinda) over Trevor Stanley (Glenwood) (Fall 0:59)

145

Trevor Anderson (Glenwood) over Carson Campbell (Clarinda) (Fall 0:30)

152

Jordan Renshaw (Glenwood) over Jace Morgenstern (Clarinda) (MD 12-1)

160

Fourth Ranked Atlantic and Clarinda in Town for Senior Night

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Tonight #6 ranked in 3A Glenwood will host #4 ranked Atlantic and Clarinda on Senior Night. Come out and support not only these Seniors (Ben Black, Elijah Gaylord, Stiven Gross, Zach Haggstrom and AJ Slaughter) but the entire team. Tonight should produce some great matches! Go RAMS!

5:20 Senior Night introductions

5:30 #4 Atlantic vs. Clarinda

#6 Glenwood vs. #4 Atlantic

#6 Glenwood vs. Clarinda

 

Possible ranked matches tonight.

* Atlantic is 2A and Glenwood is 3A with these rankings

195 lbs.

Lady Rams Fall to the Tigers

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Tonight the girls basketball team lost to Red Oak 33-57 at home. The Tigers got off to a 14-6 lead on Glenwood and played consistent the entire game. Lewis was the leading scorer for Glenwood with 7 points.

Scoring by quarter

Glenwood 6-3-10-14=33

Red Oak 14-11-12-17=57

 

Scoring for Glenwood

Smith 6

Springer 6

Taylor 4

Hardcastle 6

Mixan 2

Lewis 7

Bierman 2

Rams Roll Red Oak

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Tonight the Rams continued their win streak to three games after defeating Red Oak 83-63. Christian Stanislav was the player of the game with 22 points. Nate Mohr and Andrew Blum scored 18 and 17 on the night as well. Glenwood looked impressive from the start with their great defensive pressure and ball movement. At halftime the Rams led 40-23 on the Tigers and continued to be hot with a 23 point third quarter.

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