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Red Hawk boys bowlers win OK Bronze team title


The boys bowling team are conference champs in the OK Bronze. Pictured back row (L to R): Blake Fisk, Jacob Cartwright, Jarod Plank, Jared Caniff, Josh Hamilton and Coach Jackson.
The boys bowling team are conference champs in the OK Bronze. Pictured back row (L to R): Blake Fisk, Jacob Cartwright, Jarod Plank, Jared Caniff, Josh Hamilton and Coach Jackson. Front row (L to R): Dugan Conely and Trevor Ruark.

 

Cutline: All conference girls bowlers include (L to R) Emma Schut, Breanna Feikema, and Allyson Marvel.

All conference girls bowlers include (L to R) Emma Schut, Breanna Feikema, and Allyson Marvel.

Girls team ties for second place

The Cedar Springs boys bowling team clinched sole championship of the OK Bronze last Saturday, February 13, over Northview. Two years ago, in the 2013-2014 season, they shared the championship with Northview.

The post season conference matchup was close, with each team taking the lead at various points, but Cedar Springs came out on top in the end.

“I’m really proud of the boys becoming conference champs,” remarked Coach Jackson.

They finished the regular season with a record of 7 wins, 0 losses, and 1 tie.

The girls team finished second in the OK Bronze, in a tie with Forest Hills Eastern.

Top 10 boys bowlers for the day included (L to R) Trevor Ruark, Jacob Cartwright, Dugan Conely, and Blake Fisk.

Top 10 boys bowlers for the day included (L to R) Trevor Ruark, Jacob Cartwright, Dugan Conely, and Blake Fisk.

Four boys and one girl got medals for being the top 10 bowlers for the day: Blake Fisk got first, Dugan Conely got second, Jacob Cartwright got fourth and Trevor Ruark got tenth.   Allyson Marvel got 3rd place for the girls.

Also at the post season conference, four boys and three girls made all conference, which is based on their bowling average for the high school season. For the boys, Dugan Conely was first place for all conference with a 204.7 average; followed by Trevor

Top 10 girls bowlers for the day included Allyson Marvel.

Top 10 girls bowlers for the day included Allyson Marvel.

Ruark in second with a 196.8 average; then Jacob Cartwright was third with a 195.9 average, and Blake Fisk was eighth with a 189.2 average. The girls who made all-conference were Allyson Marvel, who got third with a 164.4 average; Breanna Feikema was fourth with a 158 average; and Emma Schut was 6th with a 156.1 average.

The boys and girls have regionals on Friday, February 26 and Saturday, February 27.

 All conference boys bowlers include (L to R) Blake Fisk, Jacob Cartwright, Trevor Ruark and Dugan Conely.

All conference boys bowlers include (L to R) Blake Fisk, Jacob Cartwright, Trevor Ruark and Dugan Conely.

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Sparta man wins world championship


Frank Berris, of Sparta (R), with the trophy and his horse, Obviously OT. On the left is Charlie Hemphill, AQHA Sr. Director of Shows. Photo courtesy of The American Quarter Horse Journal.

Frank Berris of Sparta, Michigan, captured the world championship title in 2-year-old geldings at the 2011 American Quarter Horse Association Bank of America Amateur Championship Show on November 6 in Oklahoma City.
Berris showed his American Quarter Horse, Obviously OT, who is a 2009 sorrel gelding. Obviously OT is sired by Obviously The One and out of Steel Roses, bred by Donald and Gwen Rice of Sumiton, Alabama.
In the 2-year-old geldings class, 17 entries competed for world champion honors and a purse of $5,046.11. Berris and Obviously OT received a prize package that included a custom-designed gold trophy, Montana Silversmiths buckle, specially designed logoed jacket, a pair of smooth ostrich Techno Crepe boots, 100 pounds of feed, neck wreath, medallion and other products.
The AQHA Bank of America Amateur and FedEx Open World Championship Show is the world’s largest, single-breed world championship horse show and the pinnacle event for American Quarter Horse owners and exhibitors around the world, who must qualify for the event by earning a predetermined number of points to compete in each of the 94 classes representing halter, English and western disciplines. The 3,572 entries at this year’s event represent competitors from 42 of the United States, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Italy, Mexico and Venezuela. The show is being held November 5-19 at the Oklahoma City State Fair Park.

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Three wrestlers earn OK Blue championship titles


It just wasn’t in the cards for the Red Hawks to earn a wrestling team title, with a fourth-place finish overall at the OK Blue Conference on Saturday, February 5. Individually, the Hawks wrestled tough and sent over half the team into the final rounds of the conference meet.

It just wasn’t in the cards for the Red Hawks to earn a wrestling team title, with a fourth-place finish overall at the OK Blue Conference on Saturday, February 5. Individually, the Hawks wrestled tough and sent over half the team into the final rounds of the conference meet. Eight Cedar Springs wrestlers placed at the OK Blue Conference meet and three wrestlers earned first place championship titles.
Senior Joe Simon pinned Wade Schipper of Sparta in 2:00 in the 285-pound title; freshman Jared Vodry beat Kyle Hurley of Sparta in a 9-7 decision in the 125-pound championship bout; and Junior Austin Wamser (160 lb) earned a win by decision over his Belding opponent.
The consolation rounds earned third place wins by fall for Senior Nic Baird (119 lb) and freshman Baron Lenardson (103 lb) by a 7-6 decsion. Three other Hawk wrestlers medaled fourth, Cody Oehme (130 lb), Corey Wozniak (189 lb) and Conner Ackerman (215 lb).
The Red Hawks move into team districts on Wednesday at Sparta and then they travel to Gaylord for individual districts Valentine’s weekend.
Go Hawks!

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