Girls golf trails field at Story City

Greene County played its first 18-hole girls’ golf tournament of the season April 26 in Story City. The Rams shot 474, falling into last place. Gilbert won with 383 strokes, followed by host Roland-Story 385, South Hamilton 395, Bondurant-Farrar 470, and North Polk 471.

Ellie Madson with 105 and Mariah Block at 106 led the Rams. Alexis Miller shot 131 and Bailey Brown had 132 for the team tally.

Class 3A regional golf begins in Carroll on Monday, May 20. ~courtesy of The Scranton Journal

Boys soccer team tops Valley United, takes first loss from Gilbert

Eighth-ranked Class 2A Gilbert handed the sixth-ranked Rams their first loss of the soccer season in a 2-1 clash April 25 in Grand Junction. Greene County started the campaign 6-0.

The Rams led 1-0 early with the match tied 1-1 at the half. Isaiah Losee gave the Rams the lead with a goal about seven minutes into the match. Gilbert tied the score with 15 minutes to play in the half. The deciding goal was scored with about 10 minutes left in the game. Continue reading Boys soccer team tops Valley United, takes first loss from Gilbert

Girls win title, boys second at Woodward-Granger track & field meet

The Greene County girls’ track team won the team title at the Woodward-Granger Invitational on Tuesday, April 23. The Rams accumulated 150 points while second place Nodaway Valley had 139.

Maddy Sigler struck gold in two events, winning the 100- and 400-meters. Brooklyn Olson won the shot put and discus. Brianna Osterson was first in the long jump. Continue reading Girls win title, boys second at Woodward-Granger track & field meet

Ram boys track & field update

Greene County won the boys’ division of the Tiger-Knight Coed Relays at Carroll Athletic Field on April 18. The victory was the second in as many meets for coach Chad Morton’s Rams, who took the title at the Ram Relays in Jefferson on Monday. Greene County scored 95.5 points with 77 for Denison-Schleswig, 74 for both Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln and Atlantic, and 71.5 points for Carroll. Continue reading Ram boys track & field update

Rams get fourth soccer win, second by 10-run rule

Cold, wet, windy weather didn’t cause a rescheduling of the boys varsity soccer game against Ballard in Huxley Thursday evening, but the Rams were able to cut the game short via the 10-goal rule.

The Rams were up 6-0 at halftime. They needed just 10 minutes of the second half to score four more goals to end the game with a 10-0 win over the Bombers. Continue reading Rams get fourth soccer win, second by 10-run rule

Three new school records set at Carroll co-ed track/field meet

The Ram boys track and field team dominated the field events at the Carroll co-ed meet held Monday, April 8. Carter Morton and Colby Kafer set new school records on their way to winning the high jump and long jump, respectively, and Tyler Miller won the shot put.

Junior Carter Morton the Jefferson/Jefferson-Scranton/Greene County record in the high jump, clearing the bar at 6’ 8”. Freshman Nathan Black was second at a height of 5’ 10”. Continue reading Three new school records set at Carroll co-ed track/field meet