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Kennedy and Hughes Headline Individual Performances at Conference Track as Girls Take Home Conference Title

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Girls Team Rankings

1st Glenwood 161

2nd Denison 123

3rd Creston 79

4th Lewis Central 75.5

5th Atlantic 72

6th Kuemper 40

7th Denison 36

8th Shenandoah 30

9th Clarinda 19

10th Red Oak 12

11th Creston 3

 

Top Ten Finishes for Glenwood Girls Track

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Leath Wins Second H-10 Tournament as Boys Team Finished Third, Girls Fifth at Conference Championships

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Junior Ryan Leath was crowned the Boys Golf Hawkeye Ten Champion Today for the second time in three years. Leath scored a 69 on eighteen holes and won the tournament in a playoff hole. Glenwood finished third as a team with a score of 303. Atlantic won the tournament with a 295 while Kuemper finished second with a 299.

 

1st Atlantic 295

2nd Kuemper 299

3rd Glenwood 303

4th Lewis Central 319

5th Harlan 323

6th Denison 327

7th Clarinda 348

Glenwood Golf Breaks Team/Individual Ram Records as Kuemper Wins Trojan Invite After Fifth Score Tiebreaker

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Yesterday Ram Golf traveled to Atlantic, Iowa for the Trojan Invite. Glenwood finished in a first place tie with Carroll Kuemper with an impressive 298 but Carrol Kuemper would win the Tournament after a 5th Score Tiebreaker. Glenwood’s Eli Bales finished second overall with a 72 on the day. Colton Book’s 73 earned him 4th place individually. Coach Joyner was proud of his team as they broke all four possible team/individual records at Nishna Hills for a Ram Team/ Ram Individual.  

 

Three Individual Conference Titles and Two Second Place Team Finishes For Ram Tennis at H-10 Conference Tournament

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Monday the girls and boys tennis teams traveled to a great facility in Omaha, Nebraska for the Hawkeye Ten Tennis Tournament. The tournament was held at Tranquility Park where they have twenty five courts in one area. Eleven teams in competed in four brackets for both the girls and boys divisions.

Girls Golf Wins Heartland Christian Golf Invite By Twenty-Nine Strokes

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Wednesday the girls golf team traveled to Council Bluffs, Iowa to compete in the Heartland Christian Golf Invite. The 18 hole tournament was located at Fox Run Golf Course. Glenwood played well as a team and won the tournament that included nine teams. The Rams shot a 409. Abraham Lincoln finished second with a 438 while East Mills placed third with a 445.

Glenwood’s Garrett Reich finished third individually with a 100. Way to go girls! GO RAMS!!!

 

Glenwood Scores

Garrett Reich 100

Ellie Brown 102

Thomas Jefferson Wins in Close Match Over Glenwood Girls Soccer

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Last night the girls soccer team was defeated for the first time on the season. Thomas Jefferson defeated Glenwood by a score of 2-1. T.J. scored their first goal on a breakaway 3:45 into the game. The second goal scored was off a chip by a Yellow Jacket during the twenty-four minute mark.

Avery Blasdel scored Glenwood’s goal at 77:20 in the game on a terrific goal that was shot about thirty yards out according to Coach Benson.

 

Ram Golf Shoots Low in Win Over the Mustangs

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Coach Joyner’s Recap:

The Rams won their 24th straight dual meet with a 152 - 192 over the Mustangs of Shenandoah. Colton Book was medalist over Ryan Leath on a card back after they both shot a +2, 37. Pierce Harrington and Eli Bales fired 39s to finish our score. Kris Yakes' 40 and Nick Stavas' 46 were the varsity scores not to count.

 

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