November

Alexis Wood
Alexis Wood
Junior
Cross Country
Grace Pavelka
Grace Pavelka
Senior
Volleyball
Abe Winkels
Abraham Winkels
Senior
Soccer
She has incredible talent, an amazing personality, improved so much not only with competing and training, but with her outlook and confidence from the summer to the end of the season. She's always looking for ways to better herself and is really fun to watch in action.
Grace is a dedicated athlete and student.  Her desire to constantly grow in the game is evident in dedication throughout the off season, in season, at practice and in matches.    Grace is a great example of the values set forth by Cedar Springs as an athlete, student and a person.  Abe is a constant positive force in the team and an established leader of the squad. His discipline in training and desire to push himself and his teammates farther day after day – especially as the season wore on and fatigue tested their endurance – inspired his teammates to press on and follow his example. His humility and calm demeanor garnered respect among his coaches and peers; and his integrity, grit, and character shone through as he met every challenge with his distinctive, easy-going smile.  
Trevor Marshall
Trevor Marshall
Junior
Tennis
Trevor is one of our solid players and is often on the court the longest duking it out with our competitor.  He is always smiling and offering to help.  I often get compliments from other teams remarking on his great sportsmanship and attitude.  Thanks for your awesome attitude Trevor! 
Sarah
Sarah Adkinson
Junior
Sideline Cheer
Sarah is passionate about her sport.  Loves to excel and will try any new skill immediately and drill until she gets it.  Impeccable attitude! 
Jeremy Campione
Jeremy Campione
Senior
Football
 Jeremy is "Hard Working, Consciousness, Driven, Mature and a Leader, with a unique sense of style."  Jeremy was the leader of the Red Hawk offense that helped lead the team to an OK white Championship this past year.  Jeremy lead the offense that scored over 400 points, the third-highest total in school history.