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State bowling results


Josh Hamilton and Omani Morales after regionals.

The girls bowling team wrapped up a great season at state on Friday, March 2, where they placed 17th out of 18 teams. They had placed second at regionals, and won their conference. 

The Red Hawks also sent two individual bowlers to state. Sophomore Omani Morales, the top girls bowler in the region, was eliminated in the first round of individual competition, as was senior Josh Hamilton, who had finished fourth at regionals.

 Congratulations to you all on a great season!

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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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Red Hawk bowlers looking to win conference


Sophomore Omani Morales placed 5th out of 46 and junior Sarah Galloway placed 12th out of 46 at the Caledonia invitational pre-regional singles.

Sophmore Omani Morales placed 2nd out of more than 100 bowlers at the Mona Shores invitational with a three-game series of 574.

The Red Hawk boys and girls bowling teams have been busy trying to roll their way towards a conference championship.

On January 31, both the boys and girls won their conference matches against Ottawa Hills, 30-0. 

On February 3, they competed at the Hudsonville invitational. The boys finished  8th out of 12 teams, and the girls finished 3rd out of 12.

On February 7, they bowled in a conference match against Northview. The boys won 26-4, and the girls won 17-13.

At the Mona Shores invitational on February 10, the boys placed 12th out of 24, and the girls took first place. Sophomore Omani Morales placed 2nd out of more than 100 bowlers with a three-game series of 574. 

On February 11, at the Caledonia invitational pre-regional singles, sophomore Omani Morales placed 5th out of 46; and junior Sarah Galloway placed 12th out of 46.

The teams were scheduled for a match against Forest Hills Northern on February 14 (Wednesday evening), and then the post season on Saturday, February 17 at Northview. The outcome there will determine the conference championship. The girls team is currently in first place, and the boys are tied for first place with Northview and Lowell.

Girls bowling team took first place a Mona Shores. From L to R: Coach Jackson, Rose Batey, Sarah Galloway, Alexa Thompson, Omani Morales, Michayla Paige, Katelyn Paige, Assistant Coach Trevor Ruark.

 

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Red Hawk bowling results


 

The Cedar Springs boys and girls bowling teams have turned in some great games the last couple of weeks.

They competed in a conference match on January 17 against Forest Hills Northern. The girls won 28-2, and the boys won 27-3.

In a conference match on January 22 against Lowell, the girls won 16-14 with Junior Sarah Galloway bowling her High School High of 263 with nine strikes in a row. The boys lost but they had some good games. Senior Josh Hamilton bowled a 266 with nine strikes in a row, and freshmen Ethan Plummer bowled his High School High of 180.  

On January 24 they competed in a conference match against Forest Hills Central. The girls won 24-6, and the boys won 28-2 with Sophomore Kaleb Fisk bowling a two-game High Series of 452 (245 and 207).

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Red Hawk bowling results


 

On January 6, the Red Hawk boys and girls bowling teams attended a tournament at Hudsonville. The boys finished 3rd and the girls finished 5th.

On January 8, the Red Hawks held a non-conference match against West Catholic. Both the boys and girls teams won. Junior Sarah Galloway bowled seven strikes in a row.

On January 10, they played in a conference match at Northview. Girls won 22-8 and the boys fell in the last few frames losing 14.5-15.5.

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Red Hawk bowling news


Back row L to R: Assistant coach Trevor Ruark, Sarah Galloway, Katelyn Paige, Alexa Thompson, Rose Baty, Coach Tim Jackson.
Front row L to R: Michayla Paige, Omani Morales, Gabi Lamek.

On December 16, Cedar Springs hosted a tournament at Westgate. The girls lost in the first bracket of the tournament round to Wayland. Junior Rose Baty bowled her high school high of 178. 

On December 20, Cedar Springs had a conference match against Ottawa Hills. Both the boys and girls won 30-0.

On December 26, Cedar Springs attended a baker tournament at Park Center lanes. The boys finished 6th out of 11. The girls took home a 2nd place trophy  losing to Caledonia by 1 pin—317 to 318.

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Red Hawk bowlers defeat Lowell


 

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks bowling teams had their first conference match last week against Lowell. The Lowell boy’s team was last year’s conference champs, so the Red Hawk boys team was excited to walk away with a win over them 21-9.

Josh Hamilton bowled a 237 and a 221, making that a 229 average to lead the conference. 

The Red Hawk girls also won with a score of 23-7. Sophomore Katelyn Paige bowled her high school career high of 258 to contribute to the win.

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Red Hawk bowlers finish at State


The Cedar Springs girls and boys bowling teams finished third at regionals and went on to state.

The Cedar Springs girls and boys bowling teams finished third at regionals and went on to state.

Sophomore Sarah Galloway qualified for individual bowlers at state. Here she is shown with one of her coaches, Dave Arbanas.

Sophomore Sarah Galloway qualified for individual bowlers at state. Here she is shown with one of her coaches, Dave Arbanas.

The Cedar Springs boys and girls bowling teams placed third at regionals on February 24, which qualified them for state. Sophomore Sarah Galloway bowled her high school high game of 235 at regionals, which helped her finished fourth in individuals and qualified her for individual competition at the state finals.

Freshman Katelyn Paige bowled her high school high of 191 and sophomore Michayla Paige bowled her high school high of 194 at regionals.

On March 3, the teams traveled to Canton for state. After a very hard effort both the boys and the girls teams were eliminated in the first round at state, as was Sarah Galloway in the individuals.

Congratulations to the bowling teams on a great year!

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Red Hawk bowling results


Trevor Ruark placed 3rd for individuals by bowling a 453 at the Hudsonville invitational on Saturday, February 4.

Trevor Ruark placed 3rd for individuals by bowling a 453 at the Hudsonville invitational on Saturday, February 4.

January 11: Conference match against Forest Hills Northern. Boys won 21-9, Girls won 26.5-3.5.

January 17: Non-conference match against Allendale. Boys lost 8-22, Girls won 22-8.

January 19: Conference match against Lowell. Boys lost 3.5-26.5, Girls won 27-3.

January 25: Conference match against Forest Hills Central. Boys won 18-12, Girls lost  14.5-15.5.

February 1: Conference match against Ottawa Hills. Boys won 29-1, Girls won 30-0.

February 4: Hudsonville invite. Boys placed 6th, Girls placed 7th. Trevor Ruark placed 3rd for individuals with a 453.

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Red Hawk bowling results


Red Hawk Bowlers Breanna Feikema, Josh Hamilton, Trevor Ruark, and Dugan Conely were among the top 10 bowlers at their own invite at the Westgate bowling alley December 17.

Red Hawk Bowlers Breanna Feikema, Josh Hamilton, Trevor Ruark, and Dugan Conely were among the top 10 bowlers at their own invite at the Westgate bowling alley December 17.

On Wednesday December 14, the boys and girls Red Hawk bowling teams had a conference match against Forest Hills Central. The boys secured a win 18 to 12. The girls won 22 to 8, with freshman Omani Morales bowling her high school high game of 246.

On Saturday, December 17, Cedar Springs held an invite at Westgate. The boys placed second in the top 8 to qualify for tournament play out of 13 teams, but fell short in the semi- finals to Caledonia, with a 2 baker total of 381 to 387.

The girls placed third in the top 8 to qualify for tournament play out of 10 teams, but fell short in the semi-finals to Caledonia with a 2 baker total of 328 to 338.

Three boys bowlers and one girl bowler made the top 10 bowlers of the day. Breanna Feikema placed 10th; junior Josh Hamilton placed first, bowling his highest game ever—a 279; Trevor Ruark placed third; and Dugan Conely 8th.

On Wednesday, December 21, the Red Hawks had a conference match against Ottawa Hills, with the boys securing a win 26-4. Sophomore Dane Conely scored his high school high game of 213.

The girls won 29-1, with 3 Cedar Springs girls bowling their high school highs. Sophomore Sarah Galloway had a 181; freshman Katelyn Paige had a 175; and sophomore Michayla Paige had a 154.

Aliya Linson secured the one point for Ottawa Hills by bowling a 143.

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