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Youth wrestlers place


S-Wrestling-youthWhile most of their teammates stayed home to watch the Superbowl, these dedicated wrestlers went to Muskegon to wrestle at Orchardview High School on February 2, 2014. Only seven went and all of them placed!

Champions were Keaton Klaasen in the 7/8 at 49 lbs, Pistachio Gonzales in the 5/6 at 55 lbs and Tommy Stevens in the 7/8 at 58 lbs. In second place was Trevor Marsman in the 9/10 division at 63lbs. Third place winners were Cora Gonzales in the 7/8 at 52 lbs and Aiden Bouwens in the 9/10 at 95 lbs. Tacho Gonzales rounded off the group with a fourth place finish in the 9/10 division at 67 lbs.

Not only are these kids amazing on the mat, but Pistachio, Cora and Trevor have all been recognized this year by their schools for being Red Hawk kids. They display the kind of values the Cedar Springs Youth Wrestling Club is proud to teach: Responsible, Enthusiastic, Dedicated, Hard Worker, Achiever, Winner, and Kind. We are truly proud of all of our hard working wrestlers, even the ones who chose to stay home and watch the Superbowl.

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Youth wrestlers qualify for state


MYWAY Western Regionals were held in Muskegon on March 10 and 11 at Orchardview High School. Over 600 wrestlers in attendance were vying for the four top spots in their weight classes in hopes of advancing to the MYWAY State Finals. Competition was the toughest it has been all year and the Cedar Springs youth wrestlers rose to the occasion with a grand total of twelve state qualifiers. Of those twelve, five of them were crowned regional champions!

Regional champions were Landon Demorest, Logan Hull, Trevor Marsman, Ryan Ringler and Jordan Ringler.  Wrestlers who took second were Samuel Couturier, Reese Gonzales and Trenton Snoeyink. Maston Wood took third. Aiden Bouwens, George Gonzales Jr and Jeremy Wildfong took fourth. Allexis Gonzales just missed the qualifying spot by taking fifth. These wrestlers will be attending the state finals to be held this weekend, March 23, 24 and 25, at the Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek. Let’s go Red Hawks!

 

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