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Red Hawks clinch sole possession of OK Bronze title

Zach Wamser dives for extra yardage.

Zach Wamser dives for extra yardage.

 

On Friday, October 24, the Cedar Springs Red Hawks went to battle on their home turf, against the Forest Hills Eastern Hawks. This game for the Red Hawks was a chance to take sole possession of the 2014 OK Bronze Conference title.

In the first quarter, Red Hawk quarterback, Colin Alvesteffer found the end zone twice for the home team. One run was from 69 yards out and one from the three-yard line. The Forest Hills Eastern Hawks were able to answer once during the quarter, with a sixty yard pass play to put them on the score board, with an extra point being added by their kicker. This left the Red Hawks up 12 to 7 going into the second quarter.

The first half ended with the Red Hawks leading 18 to 7, after a 15-yard run by MavRick Cotton.

Kaden Myers knocks down a pass.

Kaden Myers knocks down a pass.

This game proved to be another pairing of opposite football philosophies, with the Red Hawk offense pounding the ground for 444 yards, averaging almost eight yards per carry, and the Forest Hills Eastern Hawks passing for 260 yards and running for nearly 100 yards. Their passing attack tested the Red Hawks’ secondary, but the defense held up by getting pressure on the quarterback and making plays in the secondary when it mattered most.

In the second half, the fog rolled in and things got spooky for the FHE Hawks as MavRick Cotton scored on a 20-yard run and Zach Wamser added two more touch downs, one from three yards out and the second from 71 yards. The final score was, Red Hawks 38 and the Eastern Hawks 14.

While this season marks the fifth time that the Red Hawks have made it to the playoffs since 2000, this is the first time since 1978 that the Red Hawks have earned a conference title. That year they shared it with Sparta, in the Tri River Conference.

This Friday, October 31, the Red Hawks will play at home against Forest Hills Northern to begin their playoff run in the Division 3 pre-district game. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday at noon and can be purchased in the High School Main office. Tickets are $5. No passes will be allowed at this game. Please come out and cheer on your Conference Champs!

 

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