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Glenwood gets by Thomas Jefferson, 12-3

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By Joel Stevens, Associate Editor

Glenwood recorded 14 hits and scored in every inning in a 12-3 out-of-conference softball victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Friday.

The Rams (10-5) got two or more hits from six batters, with Cameron Rounds leading the way with a 3-for-4 night. Sara Ingoldsby, Bailey Rumery, Brooklyn Taylor, Arianna Springer and Brielle Smith each added two hits apiece. Smith doubled twice and Ingoldsby and Taylor each drove in two runs.

Rumery went 3 2/3 innings, allowing seven hits and three earned runs, to earn the win in the circle.

C.B. Lewis Central 2,
Glenwood 1

Josie Shudak’s two-run home run was all Council Bluffs Lewis Central needed in a 2-1 victory over Glenwood in Hawkeye 10 Conference softball Thursday.

Glenwood could never get on track at the plate as the Titans’ Ashtyn Miller hamstrung a Ram offense that entered averaging more than 11 runs per game, by allowing just two hits and  striking out 11.

Arianna Springer and Sara Ingoldsby recorded the Rams’ lone hits.

Sydney Biermann took the loss in the circle, scattering four hits and striking out three in the complete game.

The win puts the Titans (13-3-1 overall, 7-1 in the conference) in sole possession of first place with a 7-1 conference record.

Sioux City East 2,
Glenwood 0

Sioux City East’s Chasity Johnson gave up just two hits and for the first time this season held Glenwood without a run in a 2-0 victor in a non-conference softball tilt in Sioux City last Wednesday.

Johnson limited the Rams two a pair of singles – by Arianna Springer and Bailey Rumery – in the win.

Sydney Biermann went the distance for the Rams, giving up just two hits of her own and striking out two, but took the hard luck loss.    

Glenwood 14,
Shenandoah 4

Glenwood smacked 15 hits and starting pitcher Bailey Rumery overcame a shaky start to throw four shutout innings in a 14-4 victory over Shenandoah in Hawkeye 10 Conference softball last Tuesday.

The Rams opened the game with a four run first inning only to see the Mustangs 2-5) match Glenwood on the scoreboard with a four run rally of their own. But Rumery settled, allowed just one hit the rest of the way and cruised to her third victory of the season.

Brielle Smith and Cameron Rounds led the Rams with three hits each. Erin Stanley and Sydney Biermann both added two hits apiece.

Glenwood 18,
Clarinda 5
Glenwood used a pair of home run blasts by Brielle Smith and a 14-run fourth inning rally to turn a 6-1 Clarinda lead into an 18-5 Ram win in Hawkeye 10 Conference softball last Monday.

The Rams recorded 11 hits in the win with both of Smith’s hits coming on round trippers. The sophomore centerfielder also drove in four runs, stole a base and walked. Her six home runs this season are second in the conference to Atlantic’s Alex Handel’s nine.

Abbie Schultz also picked up two hits and drove in four runs. Brooklyn Taylor drove in two runs on her two hits and Cameron Rounds and Maddie Liddell each added two hits.
Sydney Biermann recorded the five inning win, scattering three hits and fanning eight.