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Soccer Team Wraps Up First Season

Front (L to R): Joey Hanes, Austin Fisk, Evan Besmer, Aaron Wright, Carson McSorley, Jesse Benson, Sawyer Marek, Ivan Winters. Back (L to R): Assistant Coach Kyle Knarr, Tom Guerrato, Jeff Marek, Avery Bishop, Kaden Winters, Jake Perry, Landon Winters, Ryan Rypma, Matt Willis, Parker Tompkins, Head Coach Mark Winters. Not pictured: Binh Nguyen.

The soccer team had a good run for its first-ever team in school history. The team, comprised mostly of underclassmen, went up against some tough varsity teams and held their own. Under the direction of coaches Mark Winters and Kyle Knarr, the team has improved tremendously this season both offensively and defensively. We look forward to the team growing together over the next few years and becoming a leading competitor. We are very proud of the first-ever soccer team at CTA!


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CTA adds Boys Soccer Team to Fall Sports

Seventh grade student Kaden Winters works to keep the ball in CTA’s possession at a recent game against Algoma Christian School.

2018-19 is the inaugural season of boys soccer at CTA. The varsity team is comprised of 7th-12 grade students.There are 16 excited young men – both first-time and experienced players – that have been working diligently to come together as a team. Under the direction of head coach Mark Winters and assistant coaches Kyle Knarr and Pat Marek, the team has come a long way. The team has elected team captains Sawyer Marek, Ivan Winters, and Jeff Marek. We are excited to see the progress they make throughout the season.

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Cedar Springs boys bowl high games

The Cedar Springs Boys Bowling team had their pre-season conference meet on Saturday, January 3, at Rockford Lanes.

Three of their bowlers rolled the highest games of the day.

Jacob Cartwright bowled a 280. He had a strike, a spare and then finished out the game with 10 more strikes.

Trevor Ruark bowled a 279. He had 6 strikes in a row, got a spare, and then finished with five more strikes.

Kyle Knarr bowled a 277. He had 9 strikes in a row and then got a spare, then 9 pins.

“With these high scores, we were in first place, but, unfortunately, we came in second, losing by 45 pins to Wyoming, who is our toughest competitor,” said Coach Chris Ruark.


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