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Volleyball camp TENTATIVELY set for July 20th-22nd for Grades 6th-12th

Volleyball camp has been TENTATIVELY scheduled for Monday, July 20th-Wednesday, July 22nd.  With the current situation we are in, we are hoping we will be able to hold this skills camp, but we are still a couple of weeks away to know for sure. We will have grades 9th-12th from 10:00 am -1:30 pm, and

Congratulations Class of 2020 — Award and Scholarship Winners Announced

Kent City’s class of 2020 will not soon be forgotten, and not just because of the unique circumstances they faced throughout their senior year.   Rather, this talented group of students have left their mark on our school community with their contributions on several fronts at Kent City, as well as their achievements both locally and

Sideline Cheer Tryouts!!!

Calling all incoming 9th-12th graders that are interested in Sideline Cheer!!! We are finally able to hold tryouts and begin summer practices in preparation for Football Season! Prior experience is not necessary or expected in order to tryout – we will teach you what you need to know! Please read all of the information below

Summer Workouts set to Begin with Restrictions from the MHSAA

With summer “break” officially here and COVID-19 on the decline in Michigan, organized sports are slowly beginning to test the waters.   Last week, the MHSAA published their first set of guidelines for summer activities by its member schools.   A few days later, the lifting of the stay at home order quickly gave school sports the

Add Rest Days to Your Workout Routines — MHSAA Second Half Page

In a recently published article sports medicine specialist, James Moeller, M.D., discusses the importance of “rest and rejuvenation” as part as your workout plans.  Dr. Moeller offers five guidelines for rest days so athletes can allow their muscles time to rebuild.   One of the many advantages to the workouts on PLT4M, rest days are built

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Nathan Baker

Today we are going to check in with junior Nathan Baker.  Baker was a key member of the 2019 varsity football team that made the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year and advanced to the District Finals.   During the season, Baker started on the offensive and defensive lines.  He earned First Team All-Conference for his

www.kentcityathletics leads Michigan during April

It has become common place for our athletic website to find itself in the top ten among the Varsity News Network (VNN) websites in the state of Michigan, but residing in the top spot has only come a handful of times.   Out of the 194 schools in Michigan who use VNN as their website provider,

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Alexis Polus

Today we are going to check in with freshman Alexis Polus.   Polus is a two sport athlete for the Eagles playing basketball in the winter and running track in the spring.    This past winter, Polus starred on the junior varsity basketball team for Kent City, helping the Eagles to a winning record.   In the

Great Games: Eagles golf team runner-up, individual medalist in ’85 State Finals

Eagle fans are no strangers to the teams from Pewamo-Westphalia.  The recent past has brought multiple match-ups with the Pirates in both football and basketball.  However, few may realize that the KC – PW rivalry dates back at least to the mid-’80s when the Eagles and Pirates both experiencing remarkable success in boys golf. The