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For the first time in 17 years, the Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity Football team brought home the District championship title after defeating the Mount Pleasant Oilers 44-14 in Mount Pleasant last Friday, November 2. The Red Hawks are the Division 3, District 1 champions, and will take on the Muskegon Big Reds this Friday, November 9 at Grand Haven High School, in a bid to become regional champions. For more info on last Friday’s game click here.

The last time Cedar Springs faced Muskegon was in 2014, when the two teams played for the district championship, and Muskegon won 27-14.

The only other time Cedar Springs won a district title was in 2000. That team also won the regional title, and went to play in the semi-final game, where they lost to Coopersville. 

Be sure to come out and cheer on the Red Hawks Friday night, November 9, at Grand Haven High School. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. You can buy tickets ahead of time at the Cedar Springs High School athletic office on Thursday and Friday until 3 p.m.

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Red Hawk wrestlers move on to regionals

Lucus Pienton looks to shoot against his Lowell opponent.

Wrestling is often coined as the “toughest six minutes in sports.” Six Red Hawk wrestlers proved their toughness this weekend as they advanced to the Division 2 Regional Finals.

Ryan Ringler defeated Austin Engle (#2 migrappler.com) to win his second District Championship and reach the 150-win milestone.

Meanwhile, Aaron Smith, Trevor Marsman and Lucus Pienton placed second for the Red Hawks. Pienton lost in a close match to #1 ranked Alec Rees from Sparta and will look for vengeance at the regional final. Marsman finally broke 100 lbs but still couldn’t handle Nick Korhorn of Lowell in the finals. Aaron Smith will make his second trip to individual regionals looking for a sweeter ending and a trip to Ford Field.

Jacob Galinis and Anthony Brew finished the day with consolation victories to move on in the tournament.

The Regional Finals will be held in Byron Center​ on Saturday, February 17, with wrestling starting at 9 a.m. The top four from each weight class will move on to the State Finals at Ford Field.

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