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8th Grade Basketball Team Defeats Holton Then Falls To Reed City

The 8th grade boys basketball team played their first 2 games of the season on Saturday.  In the first game the Eagles played Holton, which turned out to be a back and forth game until the 4th quarter.  The Red Devils had a halftime lead of 31-24, but the Eagles came roaring back in the

7th Grade Boys Basketball picks up two wins over Big Rapids and Reed City

Kent City’s 7th grade boys basketball team started their season 2-0 over the weekend vs Big Rapids and Reed City. Kent City started the game slow leading Big Rapids 5-3 at the end of the first. The Eagles then extended their lead, playing great defense in the second to gain a 25-5 advantage heading into

Girls Cross Country 2nd in State Academic Arena!

The Lady Eagle Cross Country team again is near the top!  This time their efforts have resulted in a second place finish in the state in terms of academics.  The team’s grade point average of 3.983 was just a smidge below the first place team average of 3.987.  This puts them in the top 1%

Kent City Athletic Weekly 11-11 — 11-16

It has been a great fall for the Kent City Eagles, but now it is officially over.   Before we move on, let’s take a moment to reminisce.   Our varsity football team picked up their fourth MHSAA playoff win in school history advancing to the sweet sixteen.  The varsity volleyball team surpassed 30 wins and advanced

Fast Five: Lauren Schnicke–Christmas Music, Trivia, And Staying 25

Welcome to this week’s edition of Fast Five, where you can get to know an Eagle athlete through just five questions! Today I talked to senior Lauren Schnicke. Lauren is a varsity basketball & softball player, but also takes part in drama and was recently crowned a state champion as a drum major for the Marching

Volleyball ends season with loss to Morley Stanwood in district finals

The volleyball team lost to a strong #9 ranked Morley Stanwood team in the district finals on Thursday night.  After a slow start to the match and the Eagles finding themselves behind 11-0, they fought hard to make a come back in the first set to tie it up at 14 before the Mohawks would

7 Sleeping Tips For Student-Athletes

Meeta Singh, M.D. from the Henry Ford Health System recently published this article regarding student-athletes and the importance of sleep to their performance on the MHSAA Second-Half page.   To read the article and see the seven tips for sleeping for student athletes, use the following link: 7 Sleeping Tips for Student-Athletes  Cover Photo from the

Volleyball advances to District Finals!

The volleyball team traveled to Morley Stanwood on Wednesday night to face off with the Ravenna Bulldogs in the district semifinals.  The Eagles started out with some strong offense in the first set and won 25-14.  The second set they started out strong again, but lost some momentum and didn’t have enough offense and lost

Friday’s Playoff Game moved to Grand Ledge High School

On Friday, Kent City will travel to Grand Ledge High School for their third appearance in the District Finals over the past four seasons.   The Eagles’ opponent, Pewamo Westphalia decided to move the game from their home field to Grand Ledge because of poor field conditions; Grand Ledge features artificial turf.  Kickoff is scheduled for

Kenzie Bowers verbally commits to play basketball at Illinois State University

For junior Kenzie Bowers, it was not a matter of if, instead, it was a matter of when?  That question was answered recently as the two time all-state guard verbally committed to division I,  Illinois State University.  Located in Normal Illinois, the oldest public university in Illinois (1857) is 137 miles southwest of Chicago and