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Girls bowling wins conference, boys take second

The Red Hawk girls bowling team won their first ever conference title. Pictured is Assistant coach Trevor Raurak, Katelyn Paige,Gabi Lamek, Sarah Galloway, Alexa Thompson, Omani Morales, Rose Baty,Michayla Paige, Coach Tim Jackson.

There will be a new banner hanging in the Cedar Springs High School gymnasium after the Red Hawk girls bowling team won their conference last weekend. 

The Cedar Springs girls took first place, followed by Northview in second, and Forest Hills Northern in third. 

Red Hawk girls all conference bowlers: (L to R) Rose Baty, Michayla Paige, Katelyn Paige, Omani Morales, Sarah Galloway

The top girl bowlers of the day were junior Sarah Galloway (1); sophomore Omani Morales (2); junior Michayla Paige (3); and junior Rose Baty (9), who bowled her high school high game of 186.

Three Lady Red Hawks made it into the top 10 in conference: sophomore Omani Morales was #1; junior Sarah Galloway was #2; and junior Michayla Paige was #6. Honorable mentions went to Katelyn Paige, a sophomore; and junior Rose Baty.

Red Hawk boys all conference bowlers: (L to R) Josh Hamilton,Dane Conely, Jared Caniff,Kaleb Fisk, Josh Beebe

The Cedar Springs boys team placed second at conference, with Lowell winning first place. Northview boys took third. The top boy bowlers of the day were sophomore Kaleb Fisk (3); junior Josh Beebe (5); and junior Dane Conely (6).

Four Red Hawk boys made it into the top 10 in conference: senior Josh Hamilton was #3; sophomore Kaleb Fisk was #6; junior Dane Conely was #7; and senior Jared Caniff was #8. Honorable mention went to junior Josh Beebe.

Great job, Red  Hawks!

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