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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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Lady Red Hawk bowlers placed second at invite


Lady Red Hawk bowlers (L to R): Alexa Thompson, Breanna Feikema, Sarah Galloway, Omani Morales, Michayla Paige, Katelyn Paige, and Rose Baty.

Lady Red Hawk bowlers (L to R): Alexa Thompson, Breanna Feikema, Sarah Galloway, Omani Morales, Michayla Paige, Katelyn Paige, and Rose Baty.

The Red Hawk girls bowling team placed second at Wyoming’s invitational on Saturday, Dec 3.

The girls placed sixth in the initial round, and the top eight teams moved on. In the finals they play against Hudsonville and won, then moved on to play against Caledonia and won against them. It came down to Cedar Springs and Wayland in the final match.

The first game Cedar Springs won 143 to Wayland’s 141, and the second game they lost with a score of  131 to Wayland’s 160. Cedar Springs lost by a total of 27 pins.

“The girls did really well. I’m proud of them,” said Coach Dave Arbanas.

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Red Hawk bowlers take second in conference, regionals


Both the Cedar Springs boys bowling team and girls bowling team finished in second place in their conferences.

The post season conference was held at Northfield Lanes on February 14.

They had one girl and two boys make all conference. Rebecca Williams finished in 5th in the conference with a 166.6 average; Jacob Cartwright finished 4th in the conference with a 203.4 average; and Kyle Knarr finished 6th in the conference with a 199.9 average.

Two girls and one boy made all conference honorable mention: Emma Schut with a 160.8 average; Allyson Marvel with a 155 average and Blake Fisk with a 194.5 average.

Two girls and two boys also received medals during the post-season conference for the top 10 scores of the day. Rebecca Williams placed 4th with a 193 and 180 game for a 373 total; Allyson marvel placed 6th with a 180 and 140 game for a 320 total; Kyle Knarr placed 9th with a 235 and 160 game for a 395 total; and Jacob Cartwright placed 10th with a 166 and 216 game for a 382 total.

Regionals were at Sherman Lanes in Muskegon, on Friday, February 27, for the team event. The boys placed second, missing first by 13 pins. This qualifies them to go on to state.

The single event for regionals took place on Saturday, February 28. Kyle Knarr took second place, and Jacob Cartwright took first place, which qualifies them to go on to state.

Emma Schut took 9th place in the single event and this also qualifies her to go on to state. State will be held in Waterford on Friday, March 6 and Saturday March 7.

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