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Coach Berke's Recap vs. Red Oak

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The 8th grade boys dropped to 5-6 last night with their second loss of the season to the Red Oak Tigers.  Final score of the game was 39-27.

The Rams played great defense the entire game, keeping the game within reach for most of the contest.  Some unfortunate turnovers and missed opportunities forced Glenwood to have to foul late in the 4th quarter.  The Tigers managed to convert on many of those free throw opportunities and get some costly offensive rebounds, causing Red Oak to pull away late and snag a 12-point victory.

Balanced Scoring Lifts Glenwood Past Atlantic

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Glenwood girls basketball defeated Atlantic 56-40 on Tuesday. The girls picked up their second win of the season. Joslyn Lewis was awarded the player of the game after scoring thirteen points on the court. Lewis hit some big three pointers early to help the Rams get off to a great start.  The Rams had balanced scoring on Tuesday night. Seven girls scored for the Rams with four Rams scoring nine points or more. Nicole Schuppan also had a great game by scoring thirteen points. Consistency was also key in Glenwoods’ win.

Glenwood Takes Down Underwood and Creston

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Tuesday night Glenwood picked up two more duals wins by defeating Underwood and Creston in Creston.

The Rams first defeated Underwood 65-17. Glenwood picked up six wins by forfeit against the Eagles. Jordan Renshaw, Tanner Maxwell,Ryker Case and Isaac Bales each picked up Falls against Underwood. Trevor Anderson put together an offensive performance by winning 17-1 over Keyler Rodenburg.


106 Dalton Bell (Glenwood) won by forfeit

113 Ryker Case (Glenwood) won by Fall 1:46 over Noah whittington

Rams Soar Past the Trojans

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Glenwood looked like the number two ranked team in Class 3A Tuesday as they rolled past Atlantic 64-31. The Rams remain undefeated (5-0) on the season after their revenge win over Atlantic. Christian Stanislav was awarded the Player of the Game as he lead the Rams in scoring with seventeen points. Senior forward Andrew Blum also has a stellar performance by once again recording a double/double on the night.

Two Rams Crowned Champions at Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic

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Friday and Saturday Glenwood Wrestling competed at the Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic. Thirty-nine teams from five different states and over one hundred ranked wrestlers competed in one of the most competitive tournaments of the season. Glenwood finished sixth place overall with 333.5 points. Lincoln East won the tournament with 497.5 points.

Rams Win Battle of the Undefeated

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Saturday night Glenwood hosted the 3-0 St. Albert Falcons in a battle of two undefeated Hawkeye Ten teams. The Rams won 64-56 after a great second half performance. Andrew Blum was the player of the game as he lead the Rams with eighteen points. Blum hit big shots in the third quarter to help Glenwood come back against the Falcons. Christian Stanislav and Nate Mohr both scored seventeen points a piece for Glenwood.

8th Grade Rams Picked Up Fifth Win Against Creston

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Coach Berke's Recap: The 8th grade boys basketball team took their 4-5 record on the road to Creston last evening to take on the Panthers in a game that was slow to get going.  The Rams were plagued in the first quarter with turnovers, missed shots, and lackluster defense.  Fortunately, the same was true for Creston as the first quarter saw only 6 points scored in total for both teams, and by halftime the score was a fairly unimpressive 11-6 in favor of the Rams.

Glenwood Will Wrestle in STACKED CB Classic Tomorrow

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Tomorrow the Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic begins at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Thirty-nine teams are in the tournament and fourteen of the teams are ranked in the top-ten of their Class/State. The wrestling begins at 1:00 pm tomorrow (Friday, December 8th).


I will be posting updates on twitter and our website throughout both days. Our good friends over at www.iawrestle.com have put together quite the preview.


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