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Eighteen wrestlers in top 4

Cameron Fess was a champion in the 11/12 open age group in the 85 pound weight class last weekend.

Cameron Fess was a champion in the 11/12 open age group in the 85 pound weight class last weekend.

The Meijer State Games and Tri County hosted competitions last weekend, and  West Michigan Pursuit brought 21 grapplers to compete at Tri County and one battled at the Meijer State Games. The Meijer State Games offered Open and Novice divisions and the Tri County tournament was an Open Tournament only. Our team battled 68 times with 35 ending in victory. This past weekend placed 18 of our young competitors in the top 4.

“I am very impressed with the performance consistency of these kids and how hard they work to continuously improve,” remarked owner and head coach Dave Andrus.

This week’s placements are as follows:

4th Place Medalists include Nicholas Bartolo in the 7/8 Open age group in the 64 lb wt class, Hunter Chilcote in the 11/12 Open age group in the 95/100 lb wt class, Nathan Elliston in the 9/10 Open age group in the 80 lb wt class, Blake Longcore in the 13/14 Open age group in the 107 lb wt class and Olivia Male in the 9/10 Open age group in the 71 lb wt class

3rd Place Medalists include Casey Chlebek in the 7/8 Open age group in the 58 lb wt class, AΩustin Ortowski in the 7/8 Open age group in the 82 lb wt class, Lucus Pienton in the 13/14 Open age group in the 122 lb wt class, Jay Smith in the 11/12 Open age group in the 95/100 lb wt class and Ty Whalen in the 11/12 Open age group in the 65/70 lb wt class.

2nd Place Medalist include Jayden Marcano-Cruz in the 4/5/6 Open age group in the 43 lb wt class and Corbin Orange in the 11/12 Open age group in the 85 lb wt class.

Champions are Luke Egan in the 4/5/6 Open age group in the 46 lb wt class, Cameron Fess in the 11/12 Open age group in the 85 lb wt class, Nathan Male in the 11/12 Open age group in the 80 lb wt class, Blake Peasley in the 4/5/6 Open age group in the 58 lb wt class and Maston Wood in the 9/10 Open age group in the 100 lb wt class.

Special recognition still applies to Blake Peasley who remains undefeated. Congratulations to all the grapplers for stepping out on the mat and working as hard as you do. You truly are The Pursuit of Champions!

If you are interested in learning more about wrestling, feel free to check out West Michigan Pursuit. They are located in the Cedar Springs Sports Plex and practices are on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

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Red Hawks lose to Wyoming Park; beat up on Eastern

Cameron Link looking to take a shot against Wyoming Park. Photo by K. Alvesteffer.

Cameron Link looking to take a shot against Wyoming Park. Photo by K. Alvesteffer.

By Kendra Coons

On Monday, February 3, the Cedar Springs varsity boys basketball team took on the Wolves of Wyoming Park. It was a tough battle between the Red Hawks and the Wolves, but in the end Wyoming Park took home the win 72-60.

At the end of the first quarter, the Red Hawks were leading 23-21. The Wolves came back after the first quarter and scored 14 more points, but that wasn’t enough to take the lead away from the Red Hawks. Cedar Springs went into halftime leading 38-35. Wyoming fought back and came out after halftime and scored 15 more points to take the lead. Cedar Springs tried to come back after the third quarter and scored 13 points in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough. Wyoming scored 22, giving them the win 72-60.

“Wyoming is a good team, with a lot of athleticism. It was a good for us to play a team that plays a little different style,” commented head Coach Jeff Patin.

Senior Cameron Link and junior Brad Brechting led Cedar Springs in points. Link had a total of 30 points with a shooting percentage of 47.6. Brechting was right behind him coming in at 20 and went 9 for 12 on all of his shots. Wyoming’s Nick Staten led the Wolves in points coming in at 23 and went 7 for 14 on his shots. Coming in second for Wyoming was Jacob Traylor with 17 and a shooting percentage of 35.7.

“I thought we played well for most of the game. It was an up tempo game and we were playing our 3rd game in 4 days, and with about 2 minutes to go, we just couldn’t get the big stop or a basket,” stated Coach Patin.

The boys varsity basketball team also played Forest Hills Eastern this week on Friday, February 7. This was the second meeting of Cedar Springs and FHE. The first time the Red Hawks played the Hawks Cedar Springs defeated FHE 61-57.

In this matchup, it was very close at the beginning. At the end of the first quarter, Cedar Springs was in the lead 20-14 over FHE. After the first quarter, FHE came back fighting hard and scored 11 more points to make the score 30-25 still in favor of the Red Hawks. After halftime, Cedar Springs was still in the grove and added 19 more points to their score to stay in the lead. At the end of the third quarter the score was 49-40. FHE tried fighting back during the fourth, but it wasn’t enough. The final score was 70-55 with Cedar Springs defeating FHE.

“It was a good win for us. This time of year it’s good to win even if you haven’t played your best,” said Coach Patin.

Junior Brad Brechting led the team in points for Cedar Springs coming in at a total of 20. Senior Austin Hilyer was not far behind with 13 and Cameron Link came in third at 10.

“We were able to string some good defense possessions together to extend the lead,” exclaimed Coach Patin.

The boys varsity next game is Friday, February 14 at West Catholic. The team will be looking for their 11th win. So come on out and cheer on your Red Hawks!

 

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Youth wrestlers place

S-Wrestling-youthWhile most of their teammates stayed home to watch the Superbowl, these dedicated wrestlers went to Muskegon to wrestle at Orchardview High School on February 2, 2014. Only seven went and all of them placed!

Champions were Keaton Klaasen in the 7/8 at 49 lbs, Pistachio Gonzales in the 5/6 at 55 lbs and Tommy Stevens in the 7/8 at 58 lbs. In second place was Trevor Marsman in the 9/10 division at 63lbs. Third place winners were Cora Gonzales in the 7/8 at 52 lbs and Aiden Bouwens in the 9/10 at 95 lbs. Tacho Gonzales rounded off the group with a fourth place finish in the 9/10 division at 67 lbs.

Not only are these kids amazing on the mat, but Pistachio, Cora and Trevor have all been recognized this year by their schools for being Red Hawk kids. They display the kind of values the Cedar Springs Youth Wrestling Club is proud to teach: Responsible, Enthusiastic, Dedicated, Hard Worker, Achiever, Winner, and Kind. We are truly proud of all of our hard working wrestlers, even the ones who chose to stay home and watch the Superbowl.

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Young wrestlers medal at tournaments

Ty Whalen

Ty Whalen

The West Michigan Pursuit team brought 22 grapplers to compete this past weekend. Pursuit entered 20 grapplers to battle at Fruitport and two battled at Alma. Fruitport offered Novice and Open Divisions and the Alma tournament is an Open Tournament that appealed to the more seasoned wrestlers with trophy awards being offered. The team battled 71 times with 35 ending in victory and 18 grapplers placing in the top 4.

“I am very impressed with the performance consistency of these kids and how hard they work to continuously improve,” said Owner and Head Coach Dave Andrus.

This week’s placements are as follows:

4th Place Medalists include Hunter Chilcote in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 95/100 lb wt class, Austin Ortowski (06/05 Open) in the 97/112 lb wt class, Kaden Ortowski in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 46 lb wt class, Lucus Pienton in the 13/14 Open age group in the 122/130 lb wt class, Kaden Schmid in the 9/10 Novice age group in the 71 lb wt class and Zak Schmid in 11/12 Open age group in the 112/119 lb wt class.

3rd Place Medalists include Nathan Male in the 11/12 Open age group in the 80 lb wt class, Olivia Male in the 9/10 Open age group in the 71 lb wt class, Hannah Pienton in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 80 lb wt class and Maston Wood in the 9/10 Open age group in the 100 lb wt class. *Hannah’s first competition!

2nd Place Medalist include Casey Chlebek in the 7/8 Open age group in the 58 lb wt class, Derek Egan in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 85/90 lb wt class, Corbin Orange in the 11/12 Open age group in the 85 lb wt class and Jay Smith in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 95/100 lb wt class.

Champions are Luke Egan in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 46 lb wt class, Jayden Marcano-Cruz in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 43 lb wt class, Blake Peasley in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 58/64 lb wt class and Ty Whalen in the 11/12 Open age group in the 60/65 lb wt class.

Special recognition still applies to Blake Peasley, who remains undefeated. Congratulations to all of you grapplers for stepping out on the mat and working as hard as you do. You truly are The Pursuit of Champions!

If you are interested in learning more about wrestling, feel free to check out West Michigan Pursuit. We are located in the Cedar Springs Sports Plex and practices are on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m.—8:00 p.m.

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Red Hawks take down Northview, fall to West Catholic

Senior Cameron Link scored 22 points for the Red Hawks in their win against Northview last Friday, January 31.

Senior Cameron Link scored 22 points for the Red Hawks in their win against Northview last Friday, January 31.

By Kendra Coons 

 

The varsity boys basketball team conquered their ninth win on Friday, January 31. The Red Hawks defeated the Wildcats of Northview High School 66-49. This win brought their record to 9-1.

“It felt good to play a very good second half against a good team and to come out with a win,” commented head Coach Jeff Patin.

In the first quarter, Cedar Springs scored 10 points. Northview was just behind them coming in at a total of 7 points. In the second quarter, Northview came back and scored 20 points while Cedar Springs scored 9. The score was 27-19 with Northview leading going into halftime. The Red Hawks came back out after halftime and scored 24 more points taking back the lead. The Wildcats scored a total of 9 points in the 3rd quarter making the score 43-36 at the end with the Red Hawks in the lead. In the fourth quarter, Cedar Springs lengthened their lead by adding 23 more points to their score, while Northview added on 13. This made the final score 66-49 with Cedar Springs taking home the win.

“I was very pleased, in general, at how well we shared the ball and found the open man in the second half,” stated Coach Patin.

Senior Cameron Link scored 22 points for the Red Hawks. Coming in close behind Link was senior David Kearney with 17 points, and Junior Brad Brechting also contributed to the Red Hawks score by adding on 14 points.

“I told [the team] I was proud of their effort, as a group, especially in the second half when we had to come back from an 8 point halftime deficit,” explained Coach Patin.

The varsity boys play the Wildcats again, on Friday, February 21, but this time at Northview. It should be a fantastic match-up once again. “We will play [Northview] again, at their place, and it should be a good game,” remarked Patin.

After Friday’s game, the varsity Red Hawk boys took on the Falcons of West Catholic on Saturday, February 1.

In the first quarter, Cedar Springs scored 6 points, while West Catholic scored 8. In the second quarter, West Catholic scored 3 points and Cedar Springs came back and scored a whopping 12 points to take the lead 18-11 going into halftime. After halftime, West Catholic came back and scored 19 points and Cedar Springs only scored 8. West Catholic had taken back the lead. At the end of the third quarter the score was 30-26 in favor of the Falcons. In the fourth quarter the Red Hawks came fighting back and scored 17 points, but the Falcons were just a step ahead of them and scored 16 which kept their lead. The final score of the game was 46-43, with West Catholic defeating the Red Hawks by only 3 points. The loss brings Cedar Springs’ record to 9-2.

“We had a hard time of matching the energy of West Catholic. Friday’s game took a lot out of us physically and emotionally, and I thought that fatigue showed,” said Coach Patin.

Junior Brad Brechting and senior Cameron Link led the Red Hawks in the team’s points. Brechting scored 19 points for the Red Hawks and Link scored 14. Austin Hilyer, Aaron Mabie and Taylor Vandyke also contributed to the Red Hawks score. For West Catholic, Travis Russel, Jason McDonough, and Donovan Carpenter scored a combined total of 35 points for the Falcons.

“We feel like we let one slip away, but the nice part about conference games is that we get another chance to play them,” stated Coach Patin.

The boys varsity basketball team’s next game is Friday, February 7 against Forest Hills Eastern. The game is located in the Red Hawk’s gymnasium and Cedar Springs is looking for their 10th win. Tip off is at 7:30 p.m. so please be there to cheer on your Red Hawks!

“We only have a couple of home games left, FHE being one of them,” noted Coach Patin. “We hope to protect our home floor the rest of the season.”

 

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Varsity wrestlers battle to second place finish in OK Bronze

Freshman Jordan Ringler

Freshman Jordan Ringler

The Cedar Springs Varsity Wrestling team battled to a solid second place finish in the OK Bronze individual wrestling tournament, on Saturday, behind state-ranked Greenville. Seven Red Hawk wrestlers made it to the finals, with two winning championships and five finishing with silver medals. Three other wrestlers advanced to the consolation finals, where there were two third place finishes and one fourth.

Freshman Jordan Ringler started things off with a gold medal at 103 pounds. Jordan won his finals match with a 6-0 shutout over the defending conference champ from Forest Hills Eastern. Ringler’s record for the season is 26-4.

Zach Wamser won his first conference championship by fall in the second period. Wamser, a junior, is a solid 21-1 heading into the state tournament.

Five wrestlers dropped their final match to finish second including 145-pounder Mike Smith, 160-pounder Logan McGahan, and 215-pounder Teddy Edwards. All three are juniors and are being counted on to be team leaders coming back into their senior seasons. Senior Kyle Rice was able to successfully trim down 35 pounds during the season and made his first varsity appearance at the conference finals at 189 pounds and added valuable team points with his second place effort. Freshman Patrick DePiazza also pulled out a silver medal at heavyweight in his first conference meet.

In the consolation battles for third place, Baron Lenardson came back strong after being pinned in his first match and avenged an earlier season loss with a smooth 17-3 major decision over his Northview opponent at 125 pounds. Anthony Topolski also won by a second period fall in his patented headlock at 140 pounds, for his first conference medal. Freshman Wayne White finished fourth at 135. In all, 10 Red Hawk grapplers placed in the tournament, with only two of them, Lenardson and Rice, being seniors.

“I feel that the team will be overall stronger next year and we are looking to marginalize the difference between us and Greenville,” said Coach Nick Emery.

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Wrestlers take top spots

Olivia Male

Olivia Male

West Michigan Pursuit traveled to the Orchardview Tournament on Super Bowl Sunday last weekend, bringing eighteen grapplers to compete, with twelve entering the novice division. Pursuit placed 17 in the top 4. This week brought 35 victories out of 59 battles. Owner and Head Coach, Dave Andrus said, “I am very proud to represent the past, the present and the future of wrestling.” This week’s placements are as follows:

4th place medalists include Nicholas Bartolo in the 7/8 Novice age group in the 64 lb wt class and Blake Longcore in the 13/14 Novice age group in the 107/114 lb wt class.

3rd place medalists include Hunter Chilcote in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 95/100/105 lb wt class, Casey Chlebek in the 7/8 Open age group in the 58 lb wt class and Colton Schmid in the 7/8 Novice age group in the 61 lb wt class.

2nd place medalists include Cameron Fess in the 11/12 Open age group in the 80/85 lb wt class, Austin Ortowski (06/05 Open) in the 97/112 lb wt class, Kaden Ortowski in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 46 lb wt class and Maston Wood in the 9/10 Open age group in the 100 lb wt class. Kaden wrestled his own teammate, Luke Egan for the Championship!

Champions are Derek Egan in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 85/90 lb wt class, Luke Egan in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 46 lb wt class, Olivia Male in the 9/10 Open age group in the 71 lb wt class, Jayden Marcano-Cruz in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 43 lb wt class, Blake Peasley in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 49/52/58 lb wt class, Lucus Pienton in the 13/14 Novice age group in the 122/130 lb wt class, Zak Schmid in 11/12 Novice age group in the 119 lb wt class, and Ty Whalen in the 11/12 Open age group in the 60/65 lb wt class. Special recognition to Blake Peasley and Zak Schmid, who both remain undefeated. Congratulations to all of you grapplers for stepping out on the mat and working as hard as you do. You truly are The Pursuit of Champions!

If you are interested in learning more about wrestling, feel free to check out West Michigan Pursuit.  We are located in the Cedar Springs Sports Plex and practices are on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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Wrestlers bring home medals

S-Wrestling-YouthCedar Wrestlers continue to win medals wherever they go. Youth wrestlers spent the last two weeks at a few different tournaments, bringing back a whopping total of 26 medals! Although they make it look easy, they are working hard to earn these medals attending tournaments where hundreds of wrestlers are fighting for the four medals awarded in each division.

On January 19, Byron Center hosted a tournament, where our kids brought home 11 medals. In the 5/6 age group winners were Veronica Tapia 2nd/37lb and Pistachio Gonzales 1st/55lb. In the 7/8 were Cora Gonzales 2nd/52lb and Tommy Stevens 1st/58lb. In the 9/10 were Landon Demorest 2nd/55lb, Trevor Marsman 2nd/63lb, Tacho Gonzales 4th/67lb, and Carter Falan 2nd/75lb. In the 11/12 were Logan Hull 2nd/90lb and Reese Gonzales 3rd/95lb. Rounding out the results was Gage Gardner with a 2nd place finish at 145lb in the 13-15 age division.

On January 26, wrestlers competed at Forest Hills Northern, where they dominated, winning a total of 14 medals. Of those 14, five were 1st place finishes! Champions in the 5/6 age group were Veronica Tapia at 37lb and Pistachio Gonzales at 55lb.  In the 7/8 age group was Tommy Stevens at 58lb. In the 9/10 age group were Landon Demorest at 55lb and Trevor Marsman at 63lb. Second place finishers were Brandson Wood in the 5/6 at 43lb, Cora Gonzales in the 7/8 at 52lb, Allexis Gonzales in the 13-15 at 138lb, and Gage Gardner in the 13-15 at 145lb. The third place finisher, and first time medal winner, was Dominic Vanderhyde in the 5/6 at 55lb!  Fourth place finishers were Chase Sarniak in the 5/6 at 46lb, Gavyn Byxbe in the 5/6 at 52lb, Logan Hull in the 11/12 at 90lb and Reese Gonzales in the 11/12 at 95lb. Keaton Klaasen also wrestled at a different tournament held in Otsego that same day with a 2nd place finish in the 7/8 at 46lb. Keaton wasn’t the only Hawk who left the nest to wrestle; Ryan Ringler attended the 2014 Clash of The Titans held in Holt, Mich.  He wrestled at 136lb in the Middle School Division for the West Region MYWAY team. Although the team didn’t take Clash champion this year, Ryan did very well as a seventh grader with a record of 6-1.

The Cedar Springs Youth Wrestling program is building wrestlers who are continuing on into the Cedar Springs Middle and High School programs, where they are competing well. Coach George Gonzales says, “I am so proud of these boys and girls who are working so hard to get better and are excited to continue wrestling into higher levels. We want to congratulate the High School team who took 2nd at Conference and wish them luck this week at Regionals.”

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Red Hawks lose to Panthers in overtime

Brad Brechting led the team in total points scored with 22 against Comstock Park. Photo by Kelly Alvesteffer.

Brad Brechting led the team in total points scored with 22 against Comstock Park. Photo by Kelly Alvesteffer.

By Kendra Coons

 

On Monday, January 20, 2014, the Cedar Springs Red Hawks varsity boys basketball team took on the Panthers of Comstock Park. Before this match-up both teams were undefeated and ranked in Western Michigan. It was a very close game between the two undefeated teams. There was a total of 11 lead changes throughout the game, but in the end, Comstock Park came out on top and beat Cedar Springs 73-69 in overtime.

“I felt we played at a high energy level from the start. The game was back and forth for a while and every possession required that level of energy,” said head Coach Jeff Patin.

In the first period, it was a tight race the whole time, but Comstock Park ended up leading the Red Hawks 14 to 12. The Red Hawks came back fighting hard after the first period and entered into halftime down 5 points. After halftime, the Red Hawks came back out focused and in the third period, the Hawks scored 19 more points to add on to the score. Comstock Park was still on top after they scored 21 points, making it 50-43 at the end of the third period.

The Red Hawks were not willing to give up and at the end of the fourth quarter the Hawks scored a total of 20 points while Comstock Park scored 13. At the end of the fourth quarter, the game was tied 63-63, sending it into overtime. The teams fought hard and the game went back and forth. In the end, Comstock Park scored 10 more points to clinch the victory, while Cedar Springs scored 6. The final score was 73-69 Panthers.

“Comstock Park is a very good team. When you play a team of that caliber every possession is important,” stated Coach Patin.

Cedar Springs’ own Brad Brechting led the team in total points scoring 22. He was 9 for 13 on his two point shots and 4 for 6 on his free throw shots. Cameron Link also came on strong totaling 15 points. Link was 3 for 8 on his 2-point shots and 6 for 9 on his free throws. David Kearney, Aaron Mabie and Nick Krajewski also contributed to the Red Hawks points by scoring some key baskets in the middle of the game. Kearney had a total of 12, and Mabie and Krajewski both came in with 6. Overall, Cedar Springs was 22 for 56 on their shooting. Their shooting percentage for the game ended at 39.3 percent.

Comstock Park’s Jake Bush and Matt Hurley both scored a total of 20 points for the Panthers. Drake Baar came in third in highest scoring for Comstock Park with 14 points. The Panthers beat the Red Hawks in their shooting percentage coming in at 42.9 percent.

The battle between the Panthers and Red Hawks was a hard fought match. The game ended was tied 8 times and the largest lead throughout the whole game was 10 points. After the loss, the Red Hawks record is now 8-1.

“We didn’t finish the game the way we would like to, so we are hoping to learn from that experience,” commented Coach Patin.

On Friday, January 24, the Red Hawks were scheduled to play the West Catholic Falcons. Due to the weather, the game was cancelled and rescheduled to Monday, January 27. Due to weather, the game was also cancelled again. It is now rescheduled to Saturday, February 1. The boys varsity game will be starting around 4:30 pm after the girl’s game. The varsity boys basketball team’s next game is scheduled for Friday, January 31 at Cedar Springs High School. The Red Hawks are matched up against the Wildcats of Northview High School. The Red Hawks are looking for their 9th win. So come on out and support the boys varsity basketball team! Tip-off is at 7:30 pm! Go Red Hawks!

“It should be a very good game,” noted Coach Patin. “Both teams have had some success in the early part of the season, so it should be fun.”

 

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Wrestlers earn medals

Second place medalist Luke Egan.

Second place medalist Luke Egan.

West Michigan Pursuit braved the crazy Michigan weather to attend the Forest Hills Tournament last weekend, bringing 18 grapplers to compete, and 13 placing in the top 4. This week brought a total of 59 battles, with 33 ending in victory for the Pursuit family.

“The interest in youth level wrestling keeps growing in numbers,” said owner and Head Coach Dave Andrus. “Our facility alone has 14 kids who are trying this competitive sport for the first time this season and are completely hooked.”

This week’s placements are as follows:

Fourth Place Medalists include Chayson Chlebek in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 49 lb wt class; Nathan Elliston in the 9/10 Open age group in the 80 lb wt class; Blake Longcore in the 13/14 Novice age group in the 107/114 lb wt class; and Olivia Male in the 9/10 Open age group in the 71 lb wt class. It was Blake’s first tournament!

Third Place Medalists include Casey Chlebek in the 7/8 Open age group in the 58 lb wt class; Derek Egan in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 85 lb wt class; and Brocke Fisher in the 11/12 Open age group in the 65 lb wt lb class. It was Derek’s first tournament.

Second Place Medalist was Luke Egan in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 46 lb wt clas.

Champions are Cameron Fess in the 11/12 Open age group in the 85 lb wt class; Blake Peasley in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 58 lb wt class; Jayden Marcano-Cruz in the 4/5/6 Novice age group in the 43 lb wt class; Lucus Pienton in the 13/14 Novice age group in the 122/130 lb wt class; and Jay Smith in the 11/12 Novice age group in the 95 lb wt class. Special recognition still applies to Blake Peasley who remains undefeated.

Congratulations to all of you grapplers for stepping out on the mat and working as hard as you do. You truly are The Pursuit of Champions!

If you are interested in learning more about wrestling, feel free to check out West Michigan Pursuit.  We are located in the Cedar Springs Sports Plex and practices are on Tuesday and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m.—8:00 p.m.

 

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