Posted on 29 January 2015.
Red Hawk bowlers Trevor Ruark (left) and Blake Fisk (right) won medals for top high scores at East Kentwood.
Cedar Springs bowled at the East Kentwood invitational tournament on Saturday, January 24, and two Red Hawk bowlers received medals for top high scores of the day. Blake Fisk bowled a 276 and was the 3rd top highest and Trevor Ruark bowled a 268 and was the 4th highest out of 17 teams that participated, with at least 5 kids or more on each team. Other bowlers on the team bowled well also. Scores were:
Jarod Plank 199, 170
Trevor Ruark 203, 268, 181, 201
Kyle Knarr 180, 192, 162
Jacob Cartwright 193, 209, 222, 190
Blake Fisk 276, 214, 218, 268
Dugan Conely 183, 230
Jared Caniff 179
They took the top 10 teams to move on and Cedar Springs boys were 2nd. They then bowled 10 bakers games to determine placment and they placed 3rd, only 27 pins away from 2nd. Coach Todd Austin and assistant Coach Tyler Ruark were happy with how great they bowled.
Coach Heidi Feikema, for the girls team, was excited that the girls moved on after the final cut. They placed 7th in the first round. They bowled the 10 bakers games and struggled during those games, which landed them 7th place in the final round.
Cedar Springs boys and girls teams have been bowling great during their regular season with both wins and high scores.
The girls have won three games against Wyoming, Forest Hills Eastern and Forest Hills Northern, and one loss against Northview. During the January 14th match against Forest Hills Eastern, Emma Schut bowled a high game of 258.
The boys have won two games against Forest Hills Eastern and Forest Hills Northern, and lost two games against Northview and Wyoming. During our match against Wyoming on January 7, Blake Fisk bowled a high game of 289, breaking the school record, which was held last year by Trevor Ruark, with a 286.