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at Cedar Springs

Red Hawks (0-0)(1-1)
Date:Fri September 29, 2017
Time:7:00 PM
Location: Away
Last:W, 27 - 8 (09/30/2016)
All-Time Series: Lowell leads 21-8-0
Last 10 Meetings: 7-3-0 / Current Streak: Won 5
OK WHITE STANDINGS
TeamConOvr
Lowell0-02-0
Forest Hills Central0-02-0
Greenville0-02-0
Cedar Springs0-01-1
Northview0-00-2
Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills0-00-2
Forest Hills Northern0-00-2
OK WHITE SCOREBOARD
Forest Hills Northern (0-2) vs -
Northview (0-2)-
Cedar Springs (1-1) vs -
Greenville (2-0)-
Forest Hills Central (2-0) vs -
Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills (0-2)-

The Red Arrow Tradition

Written by Fred Lenger

Contrary to the belief of many local citizens, the origin of Red Arrows has nothing to do with Native American tradition or folklore.

For many years Lowell High School had no official nickname. The team was generally identified as the Red Devils until the early 1940s. From 1942 through 46 newspaper stories intermittently referred to the athletes as the Maroons, Reds, Big Reds, Redbirds, Redskins, Red Wings, Red Demons and Red Devils.

During the 1946-47 school year, football coach Carrol Burch approached a group of students with the task of adopting an official mascot. There was a desire to establish permanency and tradition to Lowell's identification. A committee was formed to present its choice to the student body, and the committee recommended that Red Devils be adopted. The students voted to accept their selection. Some former students recall that only the seniors voted in the election. T-shirts, uniforms, practice jerseys and stationary displaying the Red Devil logo were quickly ordered.

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