Ram wrestlers improve to 4-7, place fourth at Ogden duals

~by The Scranton Journal

Greene County wrestlers lost both duals which were contested in Jefferson at the middle school gym Thursday, Dec. 7. Gilbert topped the Rams 43-36 and ADM won 43-36.

Brock Wuebker, Cayden Gerdes and Bryce Hoyle each posted a pair of pins on the night. Joe Anderson went 2-0 with a fall and a win by forfeit. Continue reading Ram wrestlers improve to 4-7, place fourth at Ogden duals

Ram varsity teams win in Saydel

The Greene County Rams won both varsity hoops games in Saydel north of Des Moines Thursday evening.

The girls topped the Eagles 52-45 after trailing most of the first half. With just 18 seconds remaining in the game the Rams held a 48-45 lead. Sophomore Kassie Lamoureux made two free throws and senior Laurin Lyons made two free throws in the last second of the game for the final margin.  Continue reading Ram varsity teams win in Saydel

Academic all-state honors for Haley Hall

Greene County runner Haley Hall was named to the academic all-state list in cross country by the Iowa Association of Track Coaches.

To qualify a runner must have a grade point average of 3.8 or higher, score at least 28 on the ACT, and either qualify for the state meet or finish in the top 30 at a state qualifying meet.

Hall finished in 78th place at the state meet Oct. 28 with a tie of 21:50.

Rams end gridiron season at 1-8 after home loss to Ballard

A football season that started with high hopes with the Rams under the leadership of coach Mitch Moore ended Friday with a 1-8 record, the same record as the 2016 season.

With a comfortable temperature and a south breeze that challenged quarterbacks and kickers, the Rams lost 49-14 to the Ballard Bombers from Huxley. The Rams were plagued by turnovers, with four fumbles and an interception in the first half. The entire second half was played with a continuous clock. Continue reading Rams end gridiron season at 1-8 after home loss to Ballard

Hall qualifies for state cross country meet

Haley Hall

Greene County senior Haley Hall qualified for the Class 2A state cross country meet by finishing in 12th place at the qualifying meet Thursday at the Lake City Country Club.
Hall’s time was 22:41.54. She’ll run in the state meet Oct. 28 in Fort Dodge.

The Ram girls finished sixth in team rankings. Conner Allender finished 21stin 23:39.05. Bailey Cunningham finished right behind her with a time of 23:49. Kassie Lamoureux was 26th in 24:03.59, Ashlee Harmeyer was 33rd in 24:28.76, Regan Lamoureux was 40th in 25:11.22 and Izzy Bravard was 42nd in 25:20.83. Continue reading Hall qualifies for state cross country meet