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Lady Red Hawk basketball heads into break with 5-1 Record

Lady Red Hawk basketball heads into break with 5-1 Record


Cedar Springs sophomore Darrah Miller passes the ball to junior Kaelyn Colclasure during game action at Northpointe Christian.  Junior Maggie Prins looks on. Photo by Dennis Buttermore.

The Cedar Springs Girls basketball team has had a very successful first month of the season, starting with a 5-1 record. The Red Hawks have been tenacious on the defensive end holding opponents to 25 points a game.  

Last week the ladies traveled to Big Rapids where they suffered their first loss of the season, 29-18.  Once again, the Red Hawk defense was locked in, however the offense struggled.  

After jumping out to an 11-4 first quarter lead, the offense could only muster 7 points the rest of the game. Junior Kaelyn Colclasure led the Red Hawks with 6 points and 4 rebounds. Maggie Prins totaled 5 steals on the night.

On Friday, December 20, the team was again on the road at Northpointe Christian. The team ramped up the defensive pressure and was able to get back to their winning ways by defeating NP Christian 44-9.  

Sophomore Darrah Miller led the Red Hawk attack with 12 points and 4 steals. Miller was followed by Colclasure with 7 points and 4 assists.  Junior Arianna Rau hauled in 6 rebounds. All players who dressed for the game were able to etch their name in the scoring column.

The Red Hawks are off for two weeks for the Christmas Holiday. They will be back in action on Friday, January 10, when they open OK Conference play at Forest Hills Northern. Girls varsity will start at 5:30 p.m. followed by the boys varsity at 7:00pm.

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