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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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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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All Conference Athletes Fall 2014


 

Girls Cross Country

Mackenzie Weiler All Conference

Shanyne Mann All Conference

Ellie Ovokaitys All Conference

Hannah Heintzelman All Conference

Tara Tepin Honorable Mention

Myla Umphrey Honorable Mention

Boys Cross Country

Austin Sargent All Conference

Justin Jones All Conference

Brandon Harthorn Honorable Mention

Girls Golf

Breanna White All Conference

Conner White Honorable Mention

Boys Tennis

Blake Fisk All Conference

Football

Zachary Wamser All Conference

Kaden Myers All Conference

Caden Burrows All Conference

MavRick Cotton All Conference

Collin Alvesteffer All Conference

Nathan Sorensen All Conference

Ted Edwards Honorable Mention

Taylor VanDyke Honorable Mention

Patrick DePiazza Honorable Mention

Boys Soccer

Julian Quiroga All Conference

Bryan Taylor All Conference

Volleyball

Sydney Plummer Honorable Mention

 

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Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters – Athletes of the Month


Plummer, Schut, and French, named Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters Student Athletes for November. 

Sydney Plummer

Sydney Plummer

Freshman Sydney Plummer was named the November Student Athlete of the Month for Volleyball. Sydney is completing her first season on varsity with the Red hawks. Sydney currently leads her team in kills with 89 and is second in both serve receiving and digs at 191 and 106 respectively. Sydney, really respects her teammates always having her back, and knows that she can rely on them whenever needed!

Coach Reynolds comments “As a freshman playing on the varsity girls’ volleyball team, Sydney’s work ethic was second to none. Although only a freshman, she led by example in every practice and game. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Sydney’s game is the outstanding sportsmanship she displayed throughout the entire season. Sydney represents Red Hawk athletics by consistently displaying teamwork, responsibility, and work ethic.”

Sydney is the daughter of Julie and Chip Plummer.

 

Julie Schut

Julie Schut

Senior Julie Schut was named the November Student Athlete of the month for Girls Golf.  Julie is a 4 year varsity team member and has worked very hard to improve her game and scoring every year. Julie is an honor student with a 3.9 GPA. Julie also plays French horn in the band, and participates on mission trips with her church youth group. Julie had a great year with her Golf teammates on this years “Dream Team”.

Coach London comments “Julie is one of my toughest competitors! She never seems to get frustrated or dismayed.”

Julie is the daughter of Chris and Joel Schut

 

Drew French

Drew French

Sophomore Drew French was named the November Student Athlete of the Month for Tennis.  Drew finished an incredibly successful season winning 12 matches, and finished second in conference. Drew has a 3.55 GPA. Drew also participates in Ski Club, USTA,  and volunteers his time as a youth tennis teacher .Drew is very excited about the future of CSHS Tennis!

Coach Unsworth states “Drew is very committed to taking every opportunity to improve his game by participating in tennis drills and activities outside of regular team functions.  He is not afraid to ask for coaching advice and one on one practice time from his coach to better his play!

Drew is the son of Trisha and Warren French

 

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Girls golf looks forward to regionals


The Cedar Springs Girl’s Golf team participated in two 18-hole tournaments this past week.

At Tullymore, the Red Hawks finished in 5th place with a team score of 406. Bre White was 8th overall with a 92, Conner White and Marisa Morales both shot 101’s, and Alyssa a 112.

At Boulder Creek, the squad shot a very good round of 385 and finished 4th in the OK Bronze Post Tournament. Conner White shot a 91 (7th place overall), Bre White a 92 (Tied for 9th), Marisa Morales 99, Alyssa Keaton 103 (season best), Alysha Chaney 107 (season best), and Emma Schut 115 (season best).

“We are shooting well right now,” said Marisa Morales. “Regionals are this next week so we want to be ready and try to qualify for the State competition.”

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Girls golfers in third place


The Cedar Springs Lady Red Hawks competed in two Ok Bronze Jamborees this past week finishing 3rd at Cedar Chase with a team score of 197 and 4th at Highlands with a 205. Bre White carded scores of 50 and 50, Conner White 48 and 52, Marisa Morales 45 and 53, Julie Schut 58 and a season best 50, Alyssa Keaton 54 and 57, and Alysha Chaney 60 and 60.

“This is a very competitive conference so we are excited to be in 3rd place right now,” said Bre White. The Red Hawks have one more jamboree Monday to wrap up the regular season.

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Red Hawk golfers take third at meet


 

The Cedar Springs Varsity Girl’s Golf team got off to a very positive start in the OK Bronze by finishing third in the Pre Conference Meet at Boulder Creek Golf Course, with a five-year best team score of 382.

Bre White and Marisa Morales carded 89s, Conner White 96 and Alyssa Keaton 108 (Julie Schut 112 and Alysha Chaney 128).

“The OK Bronze is a very competitive league, so we were happy with the results,” said Coach Glen London.

The Red Hawks finished 4th in the first jamboree at Egypt Valley with a team score of 212. Bre White shot a 44, Marisa Morales 51, Conner White 55 and Julie Schut and Alyssa Keaton 62s (Jordyn Nichols 68).

“It is a short season so we will just try to keep working hard and stay competitive,” said Marisa Morales.

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Girls golf finishes season


The Cedar Springs Girls Golf team finished off their 2011 season with a 6th place finish at the very tough division 3 regional in Big Rapids, at Katke Golf Course. Breanna White led the way with a 102, Nicole Shevock a 103, Jessica Ingerson a 105, Conner White a 109 and Taylor Rish a 115.
“It was a good season,” said team captain Nicole Shevock.
Rish added, “This years team did a nice job, but next years squad will be even better.”

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Golf team wraps up season


The Cedar Springs Varsity Girl’s Golf Team finished off their OK-Blue season with a 5th place overall finish at the conference tournament with a 412.  Conner White finished in 6th place with a 94, Breanna White added a 101, Nicole Shevock a 104, and Chelsea Hull a 113.
“We had a pretty good day,” said Shevock.  “We were only 5 strokes out of 3rd place.  The conference was tough this year.”

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Girls golf


On Monday, September 19, the Cedar Springs Girl’s Golf Team completed their final OK-Blue Jamboree at Western Greens and shot a 221, which left them with a 7th place finish.
Conner White shot a 50, Breanna White a 53 and Jessica Ingerson a 57.  The highlight was a near miss hole in one by Breanna White. It hit the pin and stuck just inches away.
On Thursday, September 22, the girls traveled to the Greenville Invitational and finished in 7th place with a team score of 432.  Conner White led the way with a 98, Breanna White a 107, Jessica Ingerson 109 and Taylor Rish a 118 (Chelsea Hull 125, Marissa Moralles 130 in her first 18 hole match).  “It was a solid week,” said Jessica Ingerson.  “I just hope we do well at the conference tournament on Monday at North Kent.”

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