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Lady Red Hawk golfer gets hole in one

Red Hawk golfer Audrie Davis got her first ever hole in one at Egypt Valley.

The Cedar Springs girl’s golf team may have finished 7th in the OK White Jamboree with a 252 on Wednesday, September 12, but the last shot of the day proved to be the talk of the tournament. Audrie Davis scored her first hole in one on #6 at Egypt Valley. 

“It was awesome,” said Coach London. “I actually saw it go in.” Audrie thought it was pretty special too. “I couldn’t believe it,” she said. “It’s something I will never forget.”

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JV golf loses to Rockford, takes fourth at jamboree


The Cedar Springs JV golf team lost to Rockford 200-214 in a dual at Cedar Chase on Monday April 17. Austin Emmorey and Carson Svalin shot 51’s, Josh Allen 54, and Jacob Burgert 57.

The Red Hawks also competed in their first OK White Jamboree at Cedar Chase on Wednesday, April 19,and finished 4th with a score of 201.  Emmorey was medalist with a 45, Allen 51, Trey Lewis 52, and Svalin a 53. Dane Conley and Jared Hause both shot 61’s.

“The 201 was one of our best JV scores in a long time, and Austin’s 45 was a solid score,” said Coach London. “However, the 61’s got us 4th because we tied Lowell and their scores were better than Lowell’s 62.”

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Girls golf ends regular season


The Cedar Springs Girl’s Varsity Team had a strong finish to the OK White season by shooting a 471 at Candlestone Golf Course last week. Michaela Tawney and Malory Shevock shot 112, Audrie Davis 113, and MacKenzie Clark 134 (Carrigan Clark 153) to lead the way.

“The girls did a very nice job today, gritty,” said Coach London. “Audrie even sliced her finger the night before but played her best round of the season.”

The Red Hawks were scheduled to finish their season this past week at Greenville in the Division 2 Regional.

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Red Hawk Girls golf 


The Girl’s Varsity Golf Team shot a 225 at Indian Trails and finished 6th in the OK white jamboree. Courtney Pienta was medalist with a 52, Michaela Tawney 54, Audrie Davis 58 and Mallory Shevock 61 (Carrigan Clark 71, MacKenzie Clark 73). “This was our best team score of the season,” said Coach London. “Our goal is to simply get better as October gets near.”

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JV golf wrapping up season


The Cedar Springs Boy’s JV Golf team finished up the OK Bronze season this past week with matches at Glenkerry (Greenville) and English Hills (FHN).

Monday the boys shot a 215 to finish in 5th. Cade O’Conner was medalists with a 50, Dylan Tanis 52, Jarred Reyers 54, and Ethan Brown 59. Wednesday the golfers finished 3rd with a 209. Tanis was medalist with 48, Reyers 51, Kevin Galloway 55 and O’Conner 55.

“The guys have played better,” said Coach London. “We have one more week to improve, so I am hoping to see some good scores.”

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JV boys golf loses close match


The Cedar Springs JV Golf team lost a close one to Lowell 217-215 @ Cedar Chase on Thursday, April 14. This brings their season record to 1-1. Evan Galle and Dylan Tanis shot 53’s, Jarred Reyers 55 and Paul Krajewski 56.

“It was a good match,” said Coach London. “We have made some great strides so far this season.”

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Girls golf ends season at regional


The Cedar Springs Girl’s Golf team’s season came to an end at Thornapple Pointe Golf Course. The squad brought three girls to the Regional (state tournament) so there was no team score. Alyssa Keaton led the way with a fine score of 99, Michaela Tawney 115 and Audrie Davis 139.

“We really did improve a lot this season,” said Coach London. “My hope is the younger girls continue to play and improve during the next two or three years.”

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Red Hawk golf finishes 5th


The Cedar Springs Varsity Golf team wrapped up the OK Bronze season with a 5th place overall finish.

At Egypt Valley, the Red Hawks carded a 238 to finish 5th. Alyssa Keaton shot a 52 and Michaela Tawney a 56 to lead the way.

“The most exciting shot of the day was from Michaela,” said Coach London. “She holed one from 120 yards out. We could hear her group yell from all around the course.”

At the league tournament, the girls shot a 479 to finish 5th. Alyssa Keaton shot a season best 95 to finish in the top 10. Michaela Tawney shot a 104 (season best), Audrie Davis a 133 and Courtney Pienta a 147.

“I may not have shot well,” said Pienta. “But I think I set a record for lost golf balls.”

The Red Hawks finish their season next week at the State Regional.

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Girls golf results


The Cedar Springs Girl’s Golf team competed in the Russ Johnson Invite this past week. Alyssa Keaton shot a 103, Audrie Davis and Michaela Tawney each shot a 117.

In another OK Bronze Jamboree at Cedar Chase, the Red Hawks finished 5th, with a team score of 253. Alyssa Keaton shot a 54, Malory Shevock 62, Courtney Pienta 63 and Audrie Davis 74. “The first week of school is always tough,” said Coach London. “We have been improving. We will get it back next week.”

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