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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.

 

#1 Ranked Ram Golfers Pick Up Wins Over Nebraska City, Plattsmouth and Lewis Central, Finished 3rd at Denison Tournament

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Last Thursday the Rams traveled to Nebraska City and defeated the Pioneers and the Blue Devils. Glenwood shot a 159 to win the triangular. Nebraska City finished second with a 191 and Plattsmouth finished third with a 198. Glenwood’s Colton Book earned medalist with a 37.

 

On Friday the Rams continued on the road and defeated Lewis Central at Fox Run. The Rams scored a 151 while the Titans finished with a 168. Glenwood’s Ryan Leath was the medalist with a 35.

 

Gunderson Earned Medalist as Rams Defeated the Titans 198-237

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Friday night the Rams defeated Lewis Central in girls golf 198-237. Glenwood had the two best rounds shot on the night with Kathryn Gunderson receiving the medalist with a 47 and Sophie Benson’s 50 was runner-up.

 

Glenwood Rams:

Kathryn Gunderson 47

Sophie Benson 50

Garret Reich 50

Hannah Phillips 51

Savannah Mellon 55

Allie Hundt 65

A Week Away From the Conference Tournament, Ram Tennis Looks for a Big Week

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Glenwood girls and boys tennis are combined 14-0 on the season after both teams defeated Lewis Central on Friday. The girls defeated the Titans 8-1 while the boys won on the road 9-0. After fourteen matches combined what these two teams are doing is very impressive. Below is a in depth look on how each team has performed this season.

Boys Tennis Wins: 9-0, 5-4, 9-0, 9-0, 9-0, 9-0, 9-0

Girls Tennis Wins: 9-0, 9-0, 9-0, 8-1, 6-3, 9-0, 8-1

 

Boys Tennis Individual Matches: 59-4

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