Rams 2-1 at A-D-M touney

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The Glenwood girls soccer team went 2-1 at the Adel-DeSoto-Minburn Invitational Tournament on Saturday.

The Rams opened up the tournament with a 6-2 loss to Class 2A No. 3 ranked Sioux City Heelan before bouncing back to win the final two games over Pella Christian and Bondurant.

Against Heelan, the score was tied at 2-2 with just over 15 minutes remaining when the Crusaders exploded for four unanswered goals. The offensive onslaught came virtue of several key defensive and goalkeeper breakdowns.

Michaela Moore had both Glenwood goals against Heelan.

In game two, Glenwood quickly put their disappointment behind them with a 7-0 rout of Pella Christian. The girls took the lead early with a goal from Michaela Moore and never looked back.

A pair of goals by Kenzie Evans and additional scores by Ali Bowden, Kenzie Evans, Mallory Hoyt, Maddee Sell, and Emily Wickham provided the scoring for the Rams with assists being credited to Derrin Williams had two assists and Gretchen Dehn one.

With heavy legs, a handful of injuries, and plenty of positional changes, the Rams would finish off the day with a 1-0 win over Bondurant.

Glenwood saw quite a few goal scoring opportunities in the first half but were unable to find the back of the net until just three minutes remained in the game. The game?s only goal came when Hoyt diced her way through the Bondurant defense fired on goal only to have the Bondurant goalkeeper slap the shot away. But the shot left the goalie short-handed when the ball was deflected out to an awaiting Kenzie Evans who scored the game winner.

Glenwood 9,

Atlantic 0

The Glenwood girls soccer team exploded for seven second half goals in a 9-0 win over Atlantic in Hawkeye 10 Conference play last Tuesday.

Michaela Moore and Emily Wickham opened up the scoring for the Rams with first half goals.

In the last 40 minutes of play, the Rams sliced through the Trojann's defense for seven goals. Moore added three goals after halftime to finish with four goals. Sam Richards and Nicole Ausdemore each scored two goals.