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Kent City @ Hesperia to be livestreamed tonight

Tonight’s CSAA Silver battle at Hesperia will be livestreamed for those who are unable to attend the game in person.  Use the following link to view tonight’s action beginning at 7:00 p.m. Kent City @ Hesperia — Friday, September 25, 2020 — 7:00 p.m.   For those who will be in attendance: You must be on

Kent City J.V. Football falls to Godwin Heights 28-4

Kent City traveled south to play Godwin Heights on Thursday evening.   Kent City elected to receive and was moving the ball well, but the drive was stalled and the Eagles were forced to punt. Godwin Heights came back with a drive of their own. They drove the ball 50 yards and scored their first touchdown

8th grade volleyball come back to defeat White Cloud

The Kent City 8th grade volleyball team beat White Cloud yesterday 2-1 with scores of 13-25, 25-17, and 25-20.  The team was led in aces by Cailynn Hartzell (4) and Kaden Perkins (3).  The team set up the ball well and were led in kills by Jessica Badalamenti (3), Ava Robinson (3), and Kaden Perkins (3).

JV volleyball beats the Indians

The JV Volleyball team traveled to White Cloud Wednesday night for their first league match with the Indians.  After a disappointing loss Monday night to Morley Stanwood the team rebounded and secured a nice victory. All three games were solid, well played wins for the Eagles with scores of 25-17, 25-11 and 15-6. Jacee Hoffman distributed the

Eagles find a way to win against defending CSAA Silver Champions

It was an odd way to start a season.   Following the back and forth by the MHSAA, Kent City’s varsity football team finally had the opportunity to get back on the grid-iron on Friday night, and wouldn’t you know it, happened to be the week the Eagles played conference arch-nemesis Morley Stanwood.   To compound matters,

Varsity Volleyball sweeps the Indians

The varsity volleyball team played the White Cloud Indians on Wednesday night and came home with the 3 set sweep 25-14, 25-16 and 25-22.  The Lady Eagles started out with some strong serving and some great passing which created some strong offense.  They also played strong at the net getting many touches on the ball

Cross Country Jamboree #2 was Win #2 for the Eagles

CSAA Silver Jamboree #2 was held at White Cloud Tuesday afternoon.  Although the scores were different, the outcome was the same as the first jamboree.  Kent City claimed another 25% of the conference title with their repeat boys’ and girls’ wins. Boys scores:  KC–27, White Cloud–37, Morley-Stanwood–98 Hesperia–99, Holton–126, and Lakeview–196. Girls scores:  KC–30, Morley-Stanwood–75,

JV volleyball falls to Morley Stanwood

The JV volleyball hosted Morley Stanwood at the Nest Monday night.  The first game the ladies struggled with some serving and hitting errors and fell 21-25.  The second game they put together a near perfect game led by a 10-0 lead to start by some strong serving by Jacee Hoffman and won 25-8 pushing a

Eagles come back to beat Morley Stanwood in five sets

The varsity volleyball team played their first home match of the season on Monday night against the Morley Stanwood Mohawks.  Little did the fans in attendance know how exciting of a match this would turn out to be.  The first set the Eagles would struggle to get their offense going and fell 15-25.  In the

KCMS Cross Country In First CSAA Silver Jamboree, Kent City Girls’ Win, Boys’ Are Runner Up

The girls’ team conquered the CSAA Silver division easily outdistancing 2nd place Lakeview.  Scoring for the Eagles were Lila Volkers 1st, Alisha Esquivel 3rd, Laynee Hoffman 6th, Ellie Hansen 7th, Payten Wellman 9th, Maddyson Mitchell 10th and Lylah Larson 13th.  Others competing for the Lady Eagles were:  Alyssa Miller, Kyrah Chappell, Avery Lantzer, Amy Sytsma, Sienna Larson,