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Two Red Hawks sign to play at Albion

Lane Gott (center).

Lane Gott (center).

Lane Gott signs with Albion

Cedar Springs senior Lane Gott recently signed a celebratory signing form stating that he had been accepted at Albion College, an NCAA Division III institution, and that in addition to academics, he intends to participate in the sport of football during the 2016-2017 school years.

Gott was part of the championship Red Hawk football team as both a junior and senior. “Lane has been an extremely versatile player for the last two seasons,” remarked head football coach Gus Kapolka. “He’s started 18 games at corner against some of the best competition in the state and held his own.  He was a leader in our senior class that went 14-6 over the last two seasons with back to back conference championships.”

Je’len Jackson signs with Albion

Je'len Jackson (center)

Je’len Jackson (center)

On April 27, Cedar Springs senior Je’len Jackson signed a celebratory signing form stating that he had been accepted at Albion College, an NCAA Division III institution, and that in addition to academics, he intends to participate in the sport of basketball during the 2016-2017 school years.

“After moving to Cedar Springs his sophomore year, Je’len became a strong contributor for the varsity, becoming one of the leading 3-point shooters and rebounders for the program,” stated Coach Patin.

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