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Girls bowling OK-White Conference Champs



Red Hawk girls bowlers are OK-White conference champs. L to R: Coach Tim Jackson, Alexa Thompson, Rose Baty, Omani Morales, Katelyn Paige, Michayla Paige,Sarah Galloway and Asst. Coach Crystal Morales.

It’s been a great year for Cedar Springs bowling teams, and the girls are OK-White conference champions for the second year in a row.

In the days leading up to the conference tournament, the teams bowled a couple of conference matches. On February 13 the teams had a conference match against Forest Hills Northern at Eastbrook Lanes. The girls won their match and boys lost.

On February 14, they had a conference match against Forest Hill Central at Rockford. The girls won and the boys lost.

On February 16, the teams bowled in their conference tournament, hosted by Lowell, at Ionia lanes. The Red Hawk girls carried the day and walked away as back to back OK-White Conference Champions! They were undefeated. 

Red Hawk all-conference bowlers. L to Right Josh Beebe, Sarah Galloway, Omani Morales, Rose Baty, Michayla Paige, Katelyn Paige and Dane Conley.

Two of the boys made all conference: Joshua Beebe was 5th with a 183.1 average and Dane Conely 6th with a 182.8 average. Four girls made all-conference: Omani Morales was 1st with a 201 average; Sarah Galloway 2nd with a 173.1 average; Katelyn Paige 3rd with a 172.5 average; and Michayla Paige 6th with a 158.4 average. Rose Baty made honorable mention with a 140.4 average. 

On February 17, the girls and boys attended a singles Regional Tune-up. There were 91 boys and 49 girls bowling. Unfortunately, no Red Hawk boys made the 12-spot cut. Three girls made the cut with Omani Morales placing 3rd, Katelyn Paige 6th, and Michayla Paige 11th. Unfortunately  Katelyn and Michayla were eliminated in the second round. Omani made it to the 3rd round but was eliminated. While she didn’t make the cut, Rose Baty bowled her high school high game of 236.

The girls will now travel to regionals Friday and Saturday February 22-23 in Muskegon.

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Girls bowling team headed to state


The Cedar Springs girls bowling team is headed to state. Pictured L to R: Coach Tim Jackson, Rose Baty, Alexa Thompson, Katelyn Paige, Michayla Paige, Gabi Lamek, Sarah Galloway, Omani Morales, assistant coach Trevor Ruark.

Two individuals also to compete at state level

Individuals headed to state competition are senior Josh Hamilton (4th), and Omani Morales, the top girls bowler at regionals.

Both the Cedar Springs boys and girls bowling teams competed at regionals in Muskegon on Friday, February 23, and individual bowlers competed on Saturday, February 24.

The girls team finished second in the region, securing a trip to state for the third year in a row. Mona Shores came in first, and Sparta placed third. 

The boys team finished fourth, behind Kenowa Hills (1), Lowell (2), and Northview (3).

Individuals making it to state were sophomore Omani Morales, who finished as the top girls bowler in the region, with a six-game total of 1168; and senior Josh Hamilton, who finished fourth, with a six-game total of 1190.

State competition for teams is in Canton on Friday, March 2. Individuals will compete on Saturday, March 3.

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Student Athletes of the Month – December 2016


Breanna Feikema, Senior, Girls Bowling

Breanna Feikema, Senior, Girls Bowling

Dugan Conely, Senior, Boys Bowling

Dugan Conely, Senior, Boys Bowling

Breanna Feikema, Senior, Girls Bowling and Dugan Conely, Senior, Boys Bowling were named December’s Student Athletes of the Month.

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Red Hawk bowler places 10th at invite


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Trevor Ruark, from the Cedar Springs boys bowling team, placed 10th out of over 85 boys for individual games at the Wyoming invitational on Saturday, December 3. Trevor bowled a 188 and a 175.

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Red Hawk bowlers co-champions in OK Bronze


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Their first conference championship

The Cedar Springs boys bowling team finished the 2013-2014 OK Bronze conference season with a first place co-champion position with Northview. It’s their first ever conference championship.

The Cedar team consisted of Senior Josh Austin, Juniors Kyle Knarr and Mitchell Johnson, Sophomores Jacob Cartwright, Blake Fisk, Jarod Plank, and Shane Robarts, and Freshmen Trevor Ruark and Dugan Conely. The boys finished a successful season by finishing strong and challenging Northview to the end.

Cedar started the bowling season by winning the pre-season tournament on December 7 at Northfield Lanes. Cedar took the tournament with a total pin count of 2715 followed by Northview with 2684, Forest Hills Northern with a 2628, Forest Hills Eastern with a 2406, and West Catholic with a 2154.

Regular season matches took place and Cedar stayed strong throughout the season with a standing of 6 wins and 2 losses.

“The losses came early on in the season, but the boys rallied together as a team to finish a strong season,” commented Coach Austin. “Each bowler contributed a piece to such a successful season.”

The post-season tournament on February 15 at East Brook Lanes was a close match for the boys as they fought to finish first in their conference. Jacob Cartwright led the Cedar team and finished 5th in the post-season tournament with a 352 series. After 2 games, Cedar was behind Northview by 123 pins. Cedar came back strong in the 6 Baker games, but came up 18 pins short to claim the tournament from Northview.

“The boys struggled in their second game, but rallied back to finish strong with their Baker games,” explained Coach Austin. “I am proud of their accomplishments and personal bests this season.”

Some personal accomplishments this season were Blake Fisk finishing 1st in the Conference with a 208.5 average, Josh Austin finished 4th with a 191.7 average, Trevor Ruark finished 7th with a 182.2 average, and Jacob Cartwright finished 10th with a 175.9 average. Honorable mention for Kyle Knarr for a 166 average.

Congratulations to the Cedar Springs boys bowling team on a successful season.

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