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Red Hawks come back to win over Lowell

Red Hawk junior Bryce Marvel goes up for a basket. Courtesy photo.

On Friday, February 21, your Cedar Spring Red Hawks took on the Lowell Red Arrows. After losing a close game in their last matchup, the Red Hawks were looking for an opportunity in a road win in their rematch.  

Cedar opened up the first quarter of the game with a slow start, only scoring 10 points to Lowell’s 12. going into the 2nd quarter. In the second quarter, Cedar suffered with three starters—Trenton Cooper, Aiden Brunin and Nate Webb—in foul trouble. The Lowell Red Arrows continued with their lead going into halftime hitting 7 of 10 free throws leading 27-19. Starting the 3rd quarter, the Red Hawks started feeding the ball to their leading scorer, junior Bryce Marvel. 

“The second half we really leaned on Bryce in our comeback and to build our lead. Bryce is a difficult match-up for any team. He’s that tweener player who can post you up on the block, take you one on one from the outside and can shoot with the best of them,” Coach Telman said. 

With strong scoring from Marvel, the Red Hawks outscored the Lowell Red Arrows by 14 points finishing the game 47-41. Trenton Cooper and Joseph Metiva both had 4, DeMontae Barnett had 2, Miles Cartwright and Aiden Brunin ended with 5, Nate Webb finished with 1 and Bryce Marvel led all scorers with 26.

On Monday, March 9, Cedar Springs will host districts.

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Red Hawks capture two wins in doubleheader

JV pitcher Peyton Newman delivers a fastball to catcher Seth Biggs last week against the Newaygo Lions.

JV pitcher Peyton Newman delivers a fastball to catcher Seth Biggs last week against the Newaygo Lions.

Cedar Springs JV Baseball

Last week’s doubleheader against the Newago Lions added two wins to the Cedar Springs JV baseball teams’ record after a loss to Kent City in the opening game of the season two weeks ago. The team’s pitching has given up only two walks so far this season, which is less than a walk per game. Sophomore Peyton Newman has pitched 9 innings over the first two weeks and has yet to surrender an earned run.

“Our pitching gives us a chance in every game by throwing strikes and making the other team earn it,” said Coach Tyson Hoffman.

Dylan Cudney, a sophomore, leads the team so far this season in RBIs with 7 for the books. The team’s bats were swinging both games with a 16-3 win the first game, and a 9-1 win the second game.

Next week’s battle will be home against the Lowell Red Arrows in another doubleheader Tuesday April 11.

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Red Hawks lose to Red Arrows


By Maddie Nichols, student reporter

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks took a hard loss last Friday night, September 30, losing 27-8 to the Lowell Red Arrows.

Both teams started the first half strong, leaving the end of the second quarter with only one touchdown on each side. Runs by juniors John Todd and Nick Campione, as well as seniors Jaron Spencer and Jacob Hooker, brought some momentum to the game. Despite the remarkable defensive efforts, the Arrows ran in a touchdown from the one yard line with a little over 2 minutes left in the first quarter, making the score 7-0 Red Arrows.

Going into the second quarter, the Hawks stepped up both offensively and defensively, leading to a touchdown from junior quarterback Nick Campione to Todd with 8 and a half minutes left of the first half. The two-point conversion from Campione to sophomore Ryan Ringler was good, leaving Cedar up 8-7. Tackles by junior Nate Patin, Todd, and Ringler shut down the Arrows the rest of the quarter.

The Red Arrows came back to finish out the game with a win. Although Cedar’s defense stepped up, the offense wasn’t there. Tackles by seniors Jordan Ringler, Thomas Hill, Dustin Shaw and Austin Basso held the Arrows off until two minutes left of the third quarter, making the score 13-8.

The Hawks continued to push, but couldn’t get any more points. Basso, Todd, Ryan Ringler and sophomore Lucas Pienton continued to make long runs, but the defense couldn’t hold back the Arrows from scoring two more times in the fourth quarter. After a long, rainy fight, the final score ended up 27-8, a tough loss for the Red Hawks.

The team is now 2-1 in conference, and 3-3 overall.

This Friday Cedar Springs hosts Forest Hills Northern (also 2-1, 3-3) at 7 p.m. at Red Hawk Stadium.

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Ray Winnie
Kent County Credit Union


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