The Glenwood girls and boys golf teams split a pair of duals against Council Bluffs St. Albert at Fox Run Golf Course on Thursday.
The girls downed the Saintes 249-259 and the boys suffered a 187-193 setback.
Leading the way for the Glenwood girls was Adria Skarnulis shooting a 56.
“Adria hit the ball well off the tee and played consistently throughout her round,” said Glenwood coach Kathy Konigsmark.
Sydney Embray turned in her best score of the year shooting a 59.
“She was one-stroke off placing second in the dual meet today,” Konigsmark said. “Sydney is a competitor and knows what it takes. She played very well today at Fox Run.”
Joining the team for the first time this year after being sidelined with a wrist injury was Bailey Mitchell. The freshman carded a 70.
“I was pleased with the way Bailey was contacting the ball and hitting it solid. With more practice and playing time, I can only see her scores getting better,” Konigsmark said.
Briana Overhue finished with a round of 64 and Devon Arbogast a 70 to complete the Ram scores.
The Glenwood boys were led by Kobe Rhodes with a round of 40 to lead all scorers.
Zach Mumm added a 48, Jake Sowers a 52, Chase Evans a 53, Sterling Stouder a 55 and Alex Abler a 56 to complete the Rams’ scoring.
Rams fifth at
The Glenwood girls placed fifth at the Shenandoah Fillie Golf Tournament last Monday at the American Legion Country Club.
Clarinda was team champion with the host Fillies placing second.
Adria Skanulis led Glenwood with a round of 61.
Briana Overhue carded a 62, Sydney Embray a 73 and Devon Arbogast a 78.
Ellie Shane carded a 47 to take home individual champion honors.