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Ram Wrestlers Take Hawkeye Ten Championship, Look Ahead to Postseason

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Ram Wrestlers Take Hawkeye Ten Championship, Look Ahead to Postseason

Senior Trevor Anderson (145 pounds) was one of Glenwood's three champions at the Hawkeye Ten Tournament.

Senior Trevor Anderson (145 pounds) was one of Glenwood's three champions at the Hawkeye Ten Tournament.

Photo by Keana West

Senior Trevor Anderson (145 pounds) was one of Glenwood's three champions at the Hawkeye Ten Tournament.

Photo by Keana West

Photo by Keana West

Senior Trevor Anderson (145 pounds) was one of Glenwood's three champions at the Hawkeye Ten Tournament.

Gregory Topete, Contributor

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For the first time since 2006, and only the eighth time in school history, the Glenwood Rams Wrestling team has been crowned Hawkeye Ten Champions. The Rams dominated the tournament scoring 237.5 points, with the closest competition being Creston/OM scoring 201 points.

“This isn’t when we want to peak, so I think we’re still going to the drawing board,” Coach Brad Asche told the Omaha World Herald. Recently Asche also won SWI Class 3A Coach of the Year.

Senior Trevor Anderson (145 lbs), senior Anthony Sherry (195 lbs), and senior Isaac Bales (220 lbs) all walked away with gold on Saturday. This was Anderson’s third straight year as a Hawkeye Ten Champ.

“I’m pretty pumped. I’m only the sixth wrestler in Glenwood history to accomplish that goal, but it doesn’t affect my future goals for the season” said Anderson. “This accomplishment won’t mean anything to me if I don’t get the hardware I want in February.”

This year also marks the first time Sherry got gold at the tournament. “I think it’s cool that we won as a team, honestly. We go to the toughest tournaments around here. We’ve won maybe two or three tournaments in my four years,” Sherry told the Omaha World Herald.

The Rams will travel to Southeast Polk for regional duals. They will face off against Indianola first and winner will wrestle Southeast Polk for a chance to head to dual team state.

 

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