FAIR OAKS — The Cedar Springs Waldorf School (CSWS) girls basketball team won the Carmen Farr Memorial Championship late last month.
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The young team was guided by longtime coaches Todd Grosby and Keri Cummings and triumphed with great poise, confidence and sportsmanship.
The Hawks were led by eighth graders Kendall Curtis and Violet Maguire; seventh graders Chloe Foster, Sydne Long, Annaka Reeb, Cassie Regan and Emily Robinson; and sixth graders Tera Nicita and Amanda Rounds.
Maguire was named Outstanding Athlete. Coach Cummings describes her as the “young lady flying through the air to get rebounds, quick hands stealing the ball, sprinting non-stop up and down the court, just plain hand in your face basketball player.”
Todd Grosby is a CSWS parent (two daughters) and sits on the CSWS Board of Trustees.
“I feel sincerely grateful to be a part of this program and I am happy for the girls as they truly played with the heart of a champions,” Crosby said. “The girls made progress all season long, and their defense was nothing short of exceptional.”