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Eagles make 16 triples in 86-32 victory over Hesperia

Kent City completed the first half of the league season with a perfect 5-0 record as the Eagles beat Hesperia at home in The Nest Friday night by the score of 86-32. Each member of the home team scored, and six of those players connected on at least one of the team’s 16 three-pointers on

100% team effort give JV boys the win at Hesperia

Thursday night the Eagles traveled to Hesperia to battle the Panthers in a CSAA conference game and the 1st time this group of boys. The Eagles came out strong and held the Panthers to only 4 points heading into the locker room at the half. Kent City continued to work hard in the 2nd half

Bowling teams compete against Grand Rapids Northpointe Christian

The bowling team headed to Northfield lanes to take on the Grand Rapids Northpointe Christian on Wednesday.  The boys struggled with the lanes, getting their first peak at the Allen Pattern in 2017-2018.   As a result, Kent City was only able to come away with a tie, 15 to 15. The high game of the

Kent City Pool is Open — Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The maintenance to the pool is complete and we are planning on running swimming lessons as scheduled for Wednesday, January 17, 2018.   Again, we apologize for any inconveniences while the pool was down.

JV Girls Basketball Team Loses by 3 to Muskegon

Kent City traveled to Muskegon last night one of the most exciting games of the season. The JV girls fought hard against the Big Red’s pressure and headed into half-time up 6 with a score of 20 to 14. Muskegon came out of the locker room ready to compete and turned up the pressure even

Tough road trip continues as JV boys travel to Comstock Park

As the JV boys wind down their long road trip, they made the short trip South to battle the Panthers of Comstock Park. The Eagles threw multiple defenses at the Panthers forcing them to change up their offense throughout the game. This in turn allowed the Eagles to utilize their speed and succeed with fast break

Varsity girls lose at Muskegon, 92-50

Kent City kept it close in the first quarter trailing 24-18 after the first eight minutes, but Muskegon used their speed to outscore the Eagles 31-8 in the second quarter to cruise to the 92-50 victory over the visitors.  Unofficially, Kent City had eight players score, with Kenzie Bowers, 21, and Zara Weber, 12, the

Kent City Girls Basketball Team featured in MHSAA’s Countdown to Calvin

Following Friday night’s 59-43 victory over conference arch-nemesis Morley Stanwood, the MHSAA has put the Eagles on their radar as a state contender.  Each week the MHSAA publishes a Countdown to Calvin which chronicles the girls’ basketball scene throughout the state.   One portion of this publication is a “Watch List” that includes a quick summary

Eagles Boys Basketball ranked 1st in Muskegon Chronicle among Class C-D schools

The rankings for boys basketball were released today by the Muskegon Chronicle/MLive.  In those rankings, Kent City held the top spot for boys in Class C-D. Author Mark Opferman notes that the Kent City team is the final one in the area to remain unbeaten at this point in the season, for boys or girls.