Young Ram report

The Greene County seventh grade girls ran at the Gary Paulsen Relays in Ogden on Tuesday, April 10. This was a combined seventh and eighth grade meet that was originally scheduled for Monday. Due to the weather, the meet was rescheduled which caused a conflict for the eighth graders who already had a parent meeting on the school calendar. Continue reading Young Ram report

Boys soccer team at 5-1 after win over WCV

The Greene County boys soccer team topped West Central Valley by a 3-0 score, despite being without lead scorer Leo Marques. The Tuesday game was played in Grand Junction.

Marques was ineligible to play due to a penalty in the Monday gave against Harlan.
Sophomore Junior Gutierrez scored all three Ram goals. Two came on free kicks. Luis Tuesta and Luis Velasco had assists on the other goal.

The Rams are 5-1 on the season. They play Panorama in Panora on Thursday.

Carter Morton sets new school record in 110m hurdles at Saydel meet

The Greene County boys track and field team placed eighth of 16 teams at the Saydel Eagles Boys Invitational April 12, but coach Chad Morton described it as a “very good meet for the Rams.” His satisfaction came from personal records in 14 events, tying the school record in the high jump, and setting a new school record in the 110m hurdles. Continue reading Carter Morton sets new school record in 110m hurdles at Saydel meet

Ram girls place second at Perry track & field meet

The Greene County girls track and field team placed second at a meet hosted by Perry April 12.

Makala Kafer won the 200m dash in 28.89. Melanie Doran won the 400m hurdles in 1:14.49. Doran and Kater, along with Brianna Osterson and Megan Durbin, won the 4 X 200m relay with a time of 1:53.46. Doran, Sydney Schiltz, Izzy Bravard and Lillian Muir comprised a team that won the shuttle hurdle relay in 1:14.74. Continue reading Ram girls place second at Perry track & field meet

Ram girls finish first, boys second in Carroll coed relays

The Greene County girls track and field team placed first and the boys placed second in the Carroll High School Relays held April 10.

The girls won five events, with three of the wins coming from senior Megan Durbin. Durbin, state champion in the high jump her sophomore year and state runner-up her junior year,  won that event  with a jump of 5′ 4″. She also won the girls 200 meter dash in 27:03 and the 400 meter dash in 1:03.27. Melanie Doran won the 100 meter hurdles in 18.18. Janelle Brophy won the long jump with a leap of 16’5”. Teammate Brianna Osterson was in second place at 15’ 11”. Continue reading Ram girls finish first, boys second in Carroll coed relays

Ram soccer debuts with one win, one loss

After years of waiting, the Greene County Ram soccer program debuted Monday in Grand Junction. The program was approved by the board of education last spring only after parents agreed to fund the larger portion of the program in its first season.

Volunteer coaches Carl Behne and Chad Black led the boys team to a 4-3 overtime win over the Humboldt Wildcats.  Continue reading Ram soccer debuts with one win, one loss

Ram track teams compete at BVU indoor meet

~courtesy of The Scranton Journal

The Greene County girls and boys high school spring track season got underway in Storm Lake at the Buena Vista indoor meet Saturday, March 17.

The teams set a number of personal best efforts. The girls had three second place events: Melanie Doran in the 60-meter hurdles; Janelle Brophy in the long jump; and the shuttle hurdle relay team of Izzy Bravard, Sydney Schiltz, Lillian Muir and Melanie Doran. Continue reading Ram track teams compete at BVU indoor meet